Bidenlaptopmedia.com, a website launched on Thursday on which, nearly 10,000 photos from Hunter Biden’s laptop have been made public in the interest of “truth and transparency,” has crashed.
When Opoyi tried to access the website, it showed a 503 error, which typically indicates a performance issue on the origin server. One reason could be the fact that the website suddenly started attracting an abnormally high amount of traffic and was not equipped to handle the same.
Garrett Ziegler, the founder of the nonprofit Marco Polo, and a former Trump aide, who is behind the launch of the website, has not commented on the crash yet.
He told Fox News Digital that the website houses photos spanning from 2008 to 2019 and took months to complete.
“It’s taken us a couple of months to, one, go through the photos, about 10,000 of them, and redact the genitalia on the photos,” Ziegler said. “The number one thing we’re about … is truth and transparency,” he said. “If the American people want to know what their first family is like, they’re going to get it. And we’re not going to be taking out photos that paint the Bidens in a good light.”
Many of the photos containing sensitive information such as social security numbers, banking information, and credit card numbers as well as multiple nude photos of Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, were redacted.
Some of the photos have been allowed to be uploaded, however, despite them painting Hunter in a questionable light. One of them displayed a condom wrapper and an array of drugs. The image was taken from a text message conversation Hunter had with Hallie Biden – the widow of Beau Biden and former lover of Hunter Biden.
Ziegler has insisted that the photos are not meant to be a “hit job” against the first family. “There’s a picture of a letter that Hunter’s daughter, Finnegan, wrote to, I assume, troops stationed overseas, like in Iraq and Afghanistan,” he said. “It’s an adorable letter. Finnegan’s around 9 years old at the time, and it definitely paints the Bidens in a good light.”
The website is, however, inaccessible at the moment and there is no word as to when viewers will be able to view the same.