A Delaware computer repair shop owner has written about Hunter Biden and what happened after helping fix his laptop.
John Paul Mac Isaac’s book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” is scheduled for release in November. A New York Post report provided a preview of ground the repairman covers in the upcoming book.
“My life changed forever on April 12, 2019, when Hunter Biden stumbled into my shop requesting data recovery from one of his liquid-damaged laptops,” Mac Isaac stated in an online excerpt. “After his father announced his candidacy for president of the United States, and Hunter failed to pay for and collect his computer, fear for my safety grew.”
Mac Isaac reported feeling concerned about sitting on evidence germane to a criminal investigation and his decision to hand everything over to the FBI.
“I was instantly labeled as a hacker and a criminal,” declared the computer repairman. “My actions were labeled Russian disinformation, and it didn’t take long before people started attacking my business and my character, forcing me to close my shop and flee the state.”
Tuesday, he sued California Representative Adam Schiff, D-28th, and CNN, The Daily Beast and Politico, claiming financial and reputational damage after they labeled his story about Hunter Biden’s laptop Russian disinformation.
“After fighting to reveal the truth, all I want now is for the rest of the country to know that there was a collective and orchestrated effort by social and mainstream media to block a real story with real consequences for the nation,” he told the Post. Schiff is reportedly being sued because the congressman unfairly labeled him a Russian tool for submitting the laptop to the FBI.
“Without any intel, the [Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee] decided to share with CNN and its viewers a complete and utter lie,” Mac Isaac said. “A lie issued in the protection of a preferred presidential candidate.”
Mac Isaac’s account of the night he met President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, included details of what he found on one of the laptops. He described an incredible amount of pornography that allegedly included many revealing selfies of Hunter. The repairman said he also found emails with financial and tax information that amazed him. His account detailed a 2017 email about taxes for three prior years that showed the president’s son earned millions of dollars.
When the laptop battery died while he was transferring a large file, Isaac said he plugged it in to charge overnight and left for home. He reportedly turned it over to the FBI after it sat unclaimed for more than one year. A copy was later provided to the Post, the report noted.
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