It’s official. The material contained in Hunter Biden’s laptop was entered into the Congressional Record on Tuesday at the request of Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz.
The Florida Republican made the move during a hearing on oversight of the FBI’s Cyber Division after its assistant director, Bryan Vorndran, testified that he didn’t “have any information about the Hunter Biden laptop,” which the bureau seized from a Delaware repair shop in December 2019.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) initially blocked Gaetz’s request but relented a short time later.
Nadler’s change of heart came after what Gaetz described as “consultation with majority staff.”
“I seek unanimous consent to enter into the record of this committee, content from, files from, and copies from the Hunter Biden laptop,” Gaetz said.
Nadler responded, “Without objection.”
Gaetz celebrated by posting a video clip of the exchange on Twitter, where he wrote, “SUBPOENA HUNTER BIDEN!”
It’s unclear if the material entered into the record includes the many sexually explicit photos and videos stored on the laptop, and a Gaetz spokesperson didn’t respond to an email inquiry.