Marco Polo, Garrett Ziegler’s right-wing nonprofit, published almost 9,000 photos from Hunter Biden’s laptop on President Joe Biden’s son can be taking drugs, naked with prostitutes, and with family.

The non-profit redacted several explicit images, bank account numbers, credit card and social security numbers. The Daily Mail claims that it has seen the images. Most of the 8,864 images are from Hunter’s MacBook Pro iPhoto app. Some are from a backup of his iPhone XS, 428 live photos.

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The photos are dated between 2008 and 2019. Geographic coordinates include Hawaii, Cabo San Lucas, Kosovo, the Dominican Republic, western China, London, Paris, Rome and Belgrade.

Marco Polo, a non-profit, was founded by former Donald Trump White House staffer Garrett Ziegler. The group describes itself as ‘a nonprofit research group exposing corruption and blackmail’.

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“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,” Ziegler said, as per Daily Mail.

Ziegler has also published more than 120,000 emails from Hunter’s laptop on his website,

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Ziegler in a statement, in an interview with Fox News, said: “We’re not Republican activists. In fact, I loved and still love Trump precisely because he wasn’t a standard Republican. So this is not a hit job. We’re going to keep all the photos that paint the Bidens in a good light and keep all the photos that paint the Bidens in a bad light. The American people can judge for themselves what they think about their first family through this.”

The First Son’s legal team has demanded that the Congress launch an investigation into how Marco Polo obtained Treasury Department Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs).