(LifeSiteNews) – One could confidently state that it is because of Jack Maxey – a former co-host of Steve Bannon’s War Room show and also a member of LifeSite’s Faith & Reason show – that the Hunter Biden Laptop is now back in the news, and this time more forcefully so.

On February 16, Maxey announced that he was in touch with The New York Times and that he provided them with material from the laptop, adding, “They are reviewing. Hold the line people.” But most important, he had also told them not long ago that he was going on a trip to Switzerland in order to prepare one big step: He is going to make the entire Hunter Biden laptop (except the incriminating nude photos and videos) available to law enforcement and to the entire world. The New York Times acted within days, and for the first time – and after having first participated in 2020 in the campaign to dismiss the laptop as “Russian disinformation” – the newspaper has now confirmed the authenticity of the laptop.

In the middle of a long article on the ongoing probe into Hunter Biden’s financial misconduct, the newspaper wrote the following on March 16:

People familiar with the investigation said prosecutors had examined emails between Mr. Biden, Mr. Archer and others about Burisma and other foreign business activity. Those emails were obtained by The New York Times from a cache of files that appears to have come from a laptop abandoned by Mr. Biden in a Delaware repair shop. The email and others in the cache were authenticated by people familiar with them and with the investigation.”

As numerous observers point out, The New York Times has yet to backtrack and correct its previous statements on the matter. But the story is finally getting some legs, with numerous outlets calling out the 51 intelligence experts who had declared, right before the 2020 election, that this laptop was Russian disinformation. Sen. Ben Johnson, moreover, also called out The New York Times and former intelligence experts on their role during the presidential election by denying the authenticity of the laptop.

Joe Biden, before his presidential election, had denied the authenticity of the laptop and assured the American public that “there nothing to any of that. It is all smear. Every major outfit, any serious investigator has pointed out that this is smear. This is classic smear.” “We are four days away [from the 2020 presidential election], and suddenly there is a laptop,” Biden added.

The outcome of the presidential election would have most likely been influenced by the accurate knowledge of the grave content on the Hunter Biden laptop.

When working with Bannon at the War Room show in 2020, Maxey had received from him for research a copy of the Hunter Biden laptop that Bannon in turn had received from Rudy Giuliani. At the beginning of 2021, Maxey left the War Room in order to dedicate his life more fully to this important topic.

But let us now recapitulate just how we got to this stunning development, in the wake of which there will now necessarily come an in-depth investigation of all the crimes, corruption and sexual misconduct that can be found on this laptop. This will certainly happen in light of the upcoming midterm elections.

During the last months of this year, Maxey has informed the public about his own actions on Gettr.

On March 9, before The New York Times published its stunning admission that the laptop was real, Maxey posted a longer comment under a post from Mike Pompeo. He announced, “’We will have copies of #hunter ‘s #laptop in everyone’s hands from senate to sheriffs soon. Because the heartland is heartsick watching this blessed country be destroyed by people charged with defending it.” With it, Maxey told the world – and the major U.S. newspapers, which, so far, have remained silent about the laptop – that he was going to make sure U.S. law enforcement will get the tool into its hands to be able to prosecute the crimes to be found on the laptop.

Two days later, Maxey posted the comment, “It is called winning. #benotafraid #holdtheline #courageiscontagious Before Easter – my promise to the world, we turn over every table … ”

And how would he do that? Not only by making copies of the laptop available to law enforcement, but also by making most of the laptop available to the entire world.

On March 14, he showed a photo, holding his rosary and passport in his hands with added tags such as “dutyhonorcountry” and “benotafraid,” indicating that he was on an important international trip. Two days later, he showed a photo of the Zurich airport in Switzerland, explaining that he was “not on vacation.”

And he had even made it public that he had told The New York Times about his plans, thereby putting them under pressure: “The best is yet to come. All this is breaking now because NYT and others know full well what I am up to … ? The whole worldwide will know very soon.” This comment came after The New York Times made the important shift in its attitude toward the laptop, but it is clear that Maxey played a role in it.

On March 19, he made it even more clear that he will make the laptop available to everyone: “While the ‘others’ sought money I and other patriots quietly and with resolve did our duty,” Maxey explained. “The world will have access to the product of that in about a week. Every last email and text will be searchable at a micro level.”

He added March 21 that most of the content of the laptop will be available by the end of this week: “The world is not ready for what my team has found. Fair warning, every person on planet earth, with a badge will have access by end of week. My only advice, control your rage and look to the Constitution to save us first.”

Now Maxey is going more into detail as to what he and his team are doing in Switzerland. This American hero even writes modestly about his work on the laptop material: 

People, there are over 100K texts we are curating and 128K emails. Before almost all were hidden in archives and difficult to access without a pertinent search term. We have also found thousands of pictures he “thought” he deleted. Some stuff, I’m uncomfortable even explaining. When I say it is over – I mean it. Please pray and keep your Constitution close. Going to make sure public can crowd source the emails w/ redacted’s, bank account numbers etc. and texts less telephone numbers. Trying our best to be responsible and not bring further harm to the victims. Keep all of us in your prayers. #benotafraid #dutyhonorcountry #courageiscontagious Please be patient, we are on the wall. Big love America, all of us have devoted our lives to keeping you safe.

Maxey had told the public in the past that some of Hunter Biden’s photo and film material involve underaged girls and even his own niece.

Asked about his own personal safety, Maxey holds up a rosary in his hand. Let us all pray for this devout Catholic. May he win his battle for truth and for our country. When this Biden administration starts to crumble under the laptop revelations, it will be in large part due to the work of Maxey, of whom LifeSite previously wrote a profile. It is an honor for LifeSite to have him on our Faith & Reason show team.

Dr. Maike Hickson was born and raised in Germany. She holds a PhD from the University of Hannover, Germany, after having written in Switzerland her doctoral dissertation on the history of Swiss intellectuals before and during World War II. She now lives in the U.S. and is married to Dr. Robert Hickson, and they have been blessed with two beautiful children. She is a happy housewife who likes to write articles when time permits.

Dr. Hickson published in 2014 a Festschrift, a collection of some thirty essays written by thoughtful authors in honor of her husband upon his 70th birthday, which is entitled A Catholic Witness in Our Time.

Hickson has closely followed the papacy of Pope Francis and the developments in the Catholic Church in Germany, and she has been writing articles on religion and politics for U.S. and European publications and websites such as LifeSiteNews, OnePeterFive, The Wanderer, Rorate Caeli,, Catholic Family News, Christian Order, Notizie Pro-Vita, Corrispondenza Romana,, Der Dreizehnte,  Zeit-Fragen, and Westfalen-Blatt.