The website was set up by former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler, who reportedly spent months scanning the digital archive to publish online. Some of the posted archives, which include text messages, emails, photos, and other documents, are posted with redactions.
In an interview on Fox News, Ziegler, the founder of the nonprofit group Marco Polo, said his group was aimed at providing “truth and transparency.”
Images that included private information, like credit card numbers, banking details, and Social Security numbers, were redacted. Likewise, lurid and explicit photos of Beau Biden’s widow Hallie Biden, with whom Hunter had an affair, are also redacted from public view.
The nearly 10,000 digital images posted at the site include two previously unseen text messages, one between Hallie and Hunter and a second between Hunter and a former girlfriend, Zoe Kestan.
Kestan testified last year before the federal grand jury in Delaware investigating Hunter Biden.
Garrett Ziegler told Fox News that if the public wants to know what the Biden family is like, “they’re going to get it” at the website.
He added that the website also includes digital images that paint the Biden family “in a good light.”
As an example, Ziegler noted that among the images posted on the website is a letter Hunter’s daughter Finnegan wrote to troops serving overseas when she was about 9 years old. Ziegler described the letter as “adorable.”
Unsurprisingly, the thousands of digital images also include photographs showing the First Son surrounded by drugs and in various states of undress.
Hunter Biden is currently under federal investigation by the Delaware US Attorney’s Office for tax fraud and lying on a federal gun form about his drug use. So far, federal prosecutors have not said whether they will bring charges in the case.
Additionally, the president’s son, along with other members of the Biden family, is facing separate inquiries in Congress over his foreign business dealings.