New York Post reporter and author Miranda Devine joined Steve Bannon on The War Room on Tuesday morning. This was right after the alleged mastermind behind the affidavit used to get a search warrant for Trump’s residence at Mar-a-Lago. Agent Tim Thibault was escorted out of FBI HQ last Friday. Devine then dropped a bomb, telling Steve Bannon that the FBI was spying on Rudy Guiliani’s cloud.
She claims that the FBI knew when Hunter Biden’s laptop was given to Rudy by the computer repair shop. She said that the FBI knew what her stories on the laptop were before the NY Post even published them.
The FBI Was Spying on Rudy Giuliani’s Cloud – They Knew He Had the Laptop from Hell
Miranda Devine: FBI Was Spying on Rudy Giuliani’s Cloud – They had access to all of his emails and all his text messages. I think it was May of 2019. That was one month before he became Donald Trump’s personal attorney. So they started spying on him. Presumably they wanted to spy on the President of the United States. So at the time, August 26, 27, John Paul Mac Isaac contacted Rudy Giuliani to tell that about the laptop Hunter Biden had abandoned at his store, back in April of 2019, That email that John Paul Mac Isaac sent Rudy Giuliani would have been visible to the FBI. So they would have been forewarned about our story. They would have seen my communications with Rudy Giuliani. They knew it all.
The president repeatedly has said that he knew “nothing” about his son Hunter’s foreign deals, and yet when he was vice president, he met with Hunter’s foreign business associates, from China, Ukraine, Russia and Mexico, and even chimed in on speakerphone when Hunter was with prospects.
There are White House logs, photographs and emails to prove it, including on Hunter’s abandoned laptop and in material provided to the FBI by Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of the president’s wayward son.
And now we hear, in the president’s own words on a voicemail, his relief that a New York Times probe of his son and brother Jim’s links to Chinese energy company CEFC had uncovered very little.
“I thought the article released online, it’s going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good. I think you’re clear,” Joe tells his son in the 2018 voicemail discovered in an encrypted iPhone backup on the laptop and published by the Daily Mail.