Garrett Ziegler described the emails as “a modern-day Rosetta Stone of white-collar crime.”
A former Trump White House aide has posted online more than 120,000 emails found on Hunter Biden’s discarded laptop. Ziegler has uploaded 1,28,775 emails into a searchable database through his Marco Polo organization. In fact, users can even download all emails for Mac or Windows computer from BidenLaptopEmails.com website.
Among the emails posted publicly is the infamous “10 for the big one” message, in which Hunter’s business partner, James Gilliar, suggested that Hunter, on behalf of President Joe Biden, acquire a 10% interest in their multi-million dollar deal with the Chinese should keep his father. The database includes another email in which Hunter described what appeared to be a quid pro quo with the son of a Mexican billionaire. In the email, he outlined how he got him to the White House and inauguration, and thanked him for visiting his mansion.
Who is Garrett Ziegler?
Marco Polo called Biden’s laptop “a modern-day Rosetta Stone of white-collar crime” in a statement on the website. The organization, which conducts right-wing-backed investigations, bills itself as “a nonprofit research group exposing corruption and extortion to advance an American renaissance.”
“Here are the 128,000 emails from the Biden laptop, which is a modern-day Rosetta Stone of white-collar crime beneath the patina of the ‘Delaware Way,'” the website reads. “Before the discovery of the Rosetta Stone, a number of ancient languages were just gibberish and hash marks. Similarly, the emails on the Biden laptop shed light on previously tangled webs of the people you see taking charge of global governance; Indeed, the emails can be viewed as a translation tool for collecting open source intelligence (OSINT).” The laptop was authenticated by leading cyber forensics experts at the Daily Mail.
To ensure they are not being prosecuted by law enforcement for posting the content online, the website said the laptop had been abandoned. “After seeing the FBI and other entities in the apparatus go to lengths to harass citizens who expose corruption, Marco Polo testifies that the contents of the Biden laptop were abandoned property,” it said. “We do not condone, encourage, intend or know that any other person will or may use the information contained herein for any unlawful purpose. Marco Polo’s motive is to see justice – for all criminals – from those responsible for fulfilling that duty.”
Ziegler is a political adviser and former White House aide in Donald Trump’s administration. He is a graduate of Saint Louis University. Ziegler served in the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy headed by Peter Navarro and has written reports on government procurement and electoral integrity. He was also reportedly a fellow at the John Jay Institute.
Republican lawmakers plan to launch a full investigation into the alleged corruption that the discarded laptop has brought to light. That could be possible if they gain control of Congress after the Midterms later this year.