A sizable collection of images sourced from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden has been revealed to the public via a newly launched website.
The website, BidenLaptopMedia.com, serves as a platform to display nearly 10,000 images from 2008 to 2019. The site’s creation took several months, as informed by Garrett Ziegler, the initiator of the non-profit Marco Polo, in his interview with Fox News Digital.
Website displays nearly 10K images from the laptop
“It required us several months to process the images, about 10,000 in total, and to censor any explicit content,” stated Ziegler, previously a part of the Trump White House team, regarding the materials discovered on the laptop once owned by President Biden’s son.
‘Honest and Transparency’ is the focus behind the release
“The primary thing we focus on is honesty and transparency,” he emphasized. “If the citizens of America wish to know the nature of their first family, we will provide it. We will not omit photos that portray the Bidens favorably.”
Ziegler highlighted that numerous photos containing private data were censored, including images featuring social security numbers, banking data, and credit card numbers. Furthermore, explicit images of Hallie Biden, Beau Biden’s widow, were also censored.
From the vast collection on the laptop, Ziegler shared two unseen images from the computer with Fox News Digital.
Drugs and a condom wrapper were among the images
One embodiment captured a moment of Hunter Biden with his former partner, Zoe Kestan, in 2018. The other picture, featuring an assortment of drugs and a condom wrapper on a table, was part of a text conversation between Hunter and Hallie Biden, Beau Biden’s widow and Hunter Biden’s ex-partner, in the same year.
Clarifying the sort of content viewers can anticipate on the website, Ziegler mentioned that material lacking “news value” will be excluded.
A small portion of photos wasn’t uploaded
“For instance, screenshots of Candy Crush games, which we confidently say have no news value, will not be included,” he explained. “Therefore, I would estimate that about 98% of the photos on the device, approximately 10,000 in total, will be displayed, though it’ll be slightly fewer.”
“We’re aiming for an entirely authentic representation of the photos on the device,” added Ziegler.
No explicit content will be visible
Ziegler assured that explicit content wouldn’t be visible on the site. He also insisted that the initiative isn’t aimed at maligning the Biden family. He stressed that the photo project, which will present images chronologically, encompasses a “broad spectrum” of the first family’s life.
“There’s an image of a letter written by Hunter’s daughter, Finnegan, presumably for troops stationed overseas, like Iraq and Afghanistan,” he mentioned. “It’s a heartwarming letter. Finnegan was about nine years old then, and it certainly portrays the Bidens positively.”
No affiliation with the Republican party
“We are not affiliated with the Republican party. None of us are registered Republicans,” he added. “I appreciated Trump and still do, specifically because he didn’t fit the typical Republican mold. This is not an attack. We will retain all the photos that show the Bidens positively and those that do the opposite. Americans can decide how they feel about their first family through this.”
Labeling the initiative as “the most detailed revelation of any American first family while they’re in the office in the history of America,” Ziegler mentioned that the photos displayed on the site are typically available only after the presidential archives are opened. Those images only detail the president’s tenure in the Oval Office.
Moreover, the website will feature a “photo viewing app that will enable users to view the metadata in the photos.”