For thirteen months of the last year, Marco Polo—a nonprofit research group comprised of six men from across the U.S. dedicated to exposing corruption and blackmail—has been writing a comprehensive Report on the Biden Laptop and the crimes it contains. The Report is complete. It has been sent to members of the U.S. House & U.S. Senate, U.S. attorneys for the jurisdictions in which the Bidens (and their associates) committed crimes, state and local law enforcement, and—for good measure—every contact on the Biden Laptop, which includes all of Hunter’s classmates at Archmere Academy and a portion of the current White House staff. The Report is simple but dense: 630 pages. 2,020 footnotes. Broken up neatly into seven sections with the biggest focus being Business-Related Crimes. Those are some of the introductory words on this week’s guest’s substack. As we always do, we bring you the primary source so the Founder of Marco Polo, Garrett Zeigler, is here to discuss the report that is driving media and government reaction right now, every day.