Records On Hunter Biden Are Mysteriously Nowhere To Be Seen

( The Department of Justice has been accused of hiding records on Hunter Biden. The accusation comes from a Colorado lawyer who says that the federal agency is concealing “potentially responsive” documents that show how Hunter and his uncle James received gifts from international contacts, according to The Post Millennial.

Kevin Evans reportedly sued the DOJ in March of last year after they failed to comply with his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requesting any records that relate to “any relationship, communication, gift(s), and/or remuneration in any form” to the Bidens and China, Ukraine, or Russia.

Lawyers for the federal government reportedly admitted in court that they possessed some 400 pages of such documents but now state that they can “neither confirm nor deny” their existence. Evans claimed that the DOJ did eventually send 60 pages of documents but said they were all letters from congressmen and senators asking about Hunter Biden.

“Towards the end of last year they said, ‘Well we have these 400 pages of potentially responsive documents, we need to review them,’” Evans was told by lawyers in a similar statement that lawyers representing the agency said in court.

The FOIA request was initially filed in October 2020 when the New York Post broke the Hunter Biden laptop story. But the story was suppressed by big tech. After acquiring Twitter, Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” show that the FBI colluded with the social media platform to censor the story, according to American Pigeon.

FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan reportedly sent Twitter then-Head of Site Integrity, Yoel Roth, 10 emails that required downloading from a “Teleprompter link” after they received word of the laptop story. Within hours of publication, the story was censored.

The FBI called the story a product of “Russian disinformation” and Twitter cited its “hacked materials” policy to justify suspending the Post’s account. Responding to the revelations, the FBI blamed “conspiracy theorists” for trying to “discredit the agency.”