Were they classified? Pic of box marked ‘Important Docs’ found on Hunter’s infamous laptop

Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop reportedly contains a photo of an unsealed box of “Important Docs + Photos,” raising the question of whether the “important docs” were classified U.S. federal government documents.

According to the New York Post, which has a copy of the laptop’s hard drive, the box “was left unsealed on a table ahead of a child’s birthday party.”

More importantly, the box was left unsealed in the exact same Delaware home where President Joe Biden was discovered to have had classified documents.

(Source: Hunter Biden’s laptop)

But there’s more.

“Another image on the infamous laptop reveals that Hunter Biden apparently made more than 160 trips to the sprawling, lakeside house in just 52 days during the same time he was involved in controversial business dealings with a Chinese energy conglomerate — and while the home contained the discovered classified documents,” the Post reported Friday.

One of Hunter’s visits occurred in the middle of the night on March 8th, 2017.

“R u awake,” Hunter texted his step-mom early that morning.

“Open the door plz,” he added in another text message sent at 2:37 am.

His stepmother, current first lady Jill Biden, responded shortly thereafter with an “Ok,” which prompted Hunter to reply that his key had fallen off “in the house.”

Three days later, Hunter Biden began documenting “the preparations for his namesake nephew’s birthday party at his parents’ secluded, six-bedroom house in Wilmington, Del,” according to the Post.

“Images from Hunter Biden’s laptop show an array of family photos spread out on a dining table surrounded by chairs hours before the gathering, as well as a white cardboard file box with brown packing tape on it,” the Post reported.

That cardboard file box was the one labeled “Important Docs + Photos.”

What sort of “important docs” were they? That remains unclear, though the Post notes that they may have been the White House documents the current president allegedly took home with him to write his 2017 memoir, “Promise Me, Dad.”

That’s just one theory. Another theory is that “Joe gave access to these classified docs to Hunter to leverage for his business dealings,” as one New York Post reader put it:

(Source: New York Post)

Below is another theory:

These new findings come during the same week that the president said he has “no regrets” about his mishandling of classified documents.

“President Biden told reporters in California Thursday that he “has no regrets” on the handling of documents marked classified that were discovered at a former office and his Wilmington home, including the administration’s decision to not confirm or disclose the existence of the documents until they were reported two months later,” CBS News reported.

“Mr. Biden, asked why the White House didn’t disclose the existence of the documents in November before the midterm elections, told reporters he thinks they’re going to find out ‘there’s no there there,'” according to CBS News.

“We found a handful of documents were filed in the wrong place. We immediately turned them over to the Archives and the Justice Department. We’re fully cooperating, looking forward to getting this resolved quickly,” the president said.

“I think you’re gonna find there’s nothing there. I have no regrets. I’m following what the lawyers have told me they want me to do. That’s exactly what we’re doing. There’s no there there,” he added.

These new findings also come during the same week that the National Archives said it won’t share the information it’s discovered with congressional Republicans for the time being.

“The National Archives told congressional Republicans it will only share information related to the discovery of classified information in President Joe Biden’s former think tank office and residence after consulting with the Justice Department to ensure it does not interfere with the criminal probe,” according to CNN.

“In a new letter to House Oversight Chairman James Comer, acting Archivist Debra Steidel Wall wrote that while the Archives is committed to cooperating with the committee requests for documents and archives, it is deferring to federal investigators,” CNN added.

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