The computer repairman and shop owner who reportedly came to be in possession of President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden’s salacious laptop, is proof of how well protected and defended the Biden family is.
Despite the dozens of varying pieces of evidence the laptop unearthed of Hunter’s illegal actions, the press just won’t cover it. Furthermore, the Delaware computer repair shop owner has received death threats and is virtually bankrupt due to the Biden’s’ defenders.
John Paul Mac Isaac said he has faced harassment from Big Tech, the IRS and other government agencies ever since he took the laptop to the FBI, and then Rudy Giuliani who aided in the public release of its contents.
As a refresher, the New York Post writes that “the laptop came into Mac Isaac’s possession after the future president’s son dropped it off for repairs in April 2019 and never came back. The hard drive contained a trove of emails, text messages, photos and financial documents between Hunter Biden and his family and business associates. The files show a laundry list of shady business deals around the world with Hunter Biden looking to cash in on his family and connections.”
After the contents of the laptop were released by The New York Post in October of 2020, Mac Isaac said his life was turned upside down. He was forced to close down the shop and move his family to Colorado.
He applied for unemployment time and time again because each time the government would close his cases, he said. It wasn’t until he sent a forceful letter to Delaware Senator Chris Coons in December of 2021 which stated, “I would hate to think that I was singled out in a politically motivated attack. If a state agency was weaponized to punish a perceived political enemy, the country has a right to know.”
The unemployment cash came swiftly after that, though Mac Isaac insists he still ended up getting short-changed by several thousand dollars. He also received what he perceived as threats from the feds.
“I got an invoice on Sept 6. 2021 for a tax return in 2016. I took it to an accountant friend of mine who said they don’t go back that far unless they’re looking for something…
“We have all seen how weaponized the IRS has become over the last decade, so I wasn’t about to pick a fight,” he said.
Mac Isaac — a no-nonsense Scottish-American who regularly wears a green balmoral cap — declined to accuse the Biden family directly, but said he felt such government actions were retaliatory.
“I think it looks rather fishy,” he said. “I have been punished for my actions on so many levels both to hurt me personally and to set an example for anyone else that might try to blow the wrong whistle.”
Things got worse when Mac Isaac sued Twitter over their decision to censor his Hunter Biden revelations in December 2020. After the Post stories broke, Twitter and Facebook moved to suppress the information.
The suit was ultimately dismissed by a Florida judge with prejudice six months later — and he was ordered to pay the tech giant’s legal bills — a figure he said was roughly $175,000.
“Bankruptcy looks like my only option,” he said, adding that after losing his business he now mostly sustains himself with odd jobs. “A buddy of mine does estate clean outs, manual labor. I helped a neighbor redo their porch and I’m trying to do more with woodworking.”
Mac Isaac said even after social media began allowing the Hunter Biden stories to circulate, he remained stymied on various platforms. He accused YouTube of “shadow-banning” his content, by allowing it to remain on the site, but removing it from their normal algorithms. Throughout 2021 he said his posts have been censored on Facebook, which culminated in a 30-day suspension in September, which he successfully appealed.