Rudy Giuliani has dismissed concerns that his latest anti-Biden smears are part of a foreign-election interference plot, but a Ukrainian lawmaker recently deemed an "active Russian agent" by the U.S. Treasury is now touting further details to come.
Andrii Derkach, one of the key players in Giuliani's years-long dirt-digging mission against Joe Biden in Ukraine, piggybacked on the former New York City mayor's latest Biden smears—supposedly involving a forgotten laptop. Derkach claimed on Facebook that there is a "second laptop" with evidence of corruption involving the Biden family.
The claim appears to muddy the waters around Giuliani's latest "smoking gun" charge against Hunter Biden. He says they came to light after an obscure Delaware computer repair shop owner found Biden's laptop in his possession and copied the hard drive before alerting federal authorities and inexplicably Giuliani's own lawyer. Now, with Derkach jumping in with claims of a "second laptop," that would mean private computer contents allegedly connected to Hunter Biden have somehow found their way into the hands of three separate parties: A media empire controlled by a Chinese billionaire who's tight with Steve Bannon; a random Delaware shop owner who is outspoken in his support of Trump; and Derkach, a Ukrainian conspiracy theory peddler who studied at Moscow's FSB academy.