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A nasty left-wing cover-up operation occurred just months before the 2020 presidential election that buried the Hunter Biden laptop story and wrongfully labeled it “Russian disinformation.”
The laptop not only contained disturbing images and videos of Hunter’s crack cocaine use and sex escapades, but it also implicated his father’s participation and abuse of power by receiving a 10% cut of Hunter’s corrupt overseas business dealings. One text message from Hunter on the laptop claimed his father takes half his salary.
The contents of Hunter’s computers and his emails were officially “authenticated” on March 17, 2022 by numerous major media outlets.
After all of the lies, smears, defamatory statements, the computer repair shop owner who turned in Biden’s laptop is fighting back in court. 45-year-old John Paul Mac Isaac is reportedly suing Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff, CNN, The Daily Beast and Politico for “at least $1 million in compensatory damages [and] punitive damages.”
Mac Isaac explains, “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.”
According to the lawsuit, Schiff appeared on CNN and said, “Well we know that this whole smear on Joe Biden comes from the Kremlin. That’s been clear for well over a year now that they’ve been pushing this false narrative about the Vice President and his son.”
“CNN’s broadcast of the false statement accuses the Plaintiff of committing an infamous crime, i.e., treason by working with the Russians to commit a crime against the United States of America by attempting to undermine American democracy and the 2020 Presidential election,” the suit alleges. “Without any intel, the head of the intel committee decided to share with CNN and its viewers a complete and utter lie. A lie issued in the protection of a preferred presidential candidate.”
In the beginning, Mac Isaac says Hunter Biden entered his computer repair shop on April 12, 2019. His store in Delaware was called “The Mac Shop.”
“I could definitely tell that he was inebriated,” Mac Isaac explained. “When I asked for his last name, there was a long pause. And he kind of sarcastically added Biden.” Mac Isaac says he called the FBI after he found an “astounding” and “disgusting” volume of homemade pornography. What began as a simple computer repair quickly turned into a troubling revelation.
Mac Isaac also found a PDF indicating that Hunter had made $1.2 million for Burisma, a private energy company in Ukraine. He researched Burisma and the contents of the laptop, which he found deeply troubling.
When he met with FBI agents, he said they were not in a rush to look into the laptop or take action. “I think that was my first indication that maybe the FBI was more interested in returning the laptop to the former owner and protecting the Bidens than they were protecting me or getting this to the proper channel,” he said.
A federal grand jury is investigating Biden for money laundering, tax fraud and evasion, and other possible crimes. To date, Hunter hasn’t been criminally charged.
Hunter’s lavish lifestyle and foreign business dealings have raised major concerns. There were at least four large transactions that banks flagged as “potential criminal activity” while his father served as vice president under Barack Obama. Biden’s company once received a staggering $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and the widow of Yury Luzhkov who was the former mayor of Moscow.
Baturina disclosed that they have “a financial relationship,” but declined to delve deeper into why the wire transfer was made. The payment to Biden’s investment firm was made in early 2014.
Another suspicious wire transaction was a $100,000 payment from a subsidiary of CEFC China Energy. At the time, this company was owned by Chinese billionaire Ye Jianming. The payment went to Hunter’s law firm, Owasco, in 2017.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network at the U.S. Treasury Department received these four warnings of potential criminal activity. In 2020, an investigation was launched into Hunter’s financial activity by the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Finance Committee.
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Mac Isaac once again recounted the ramifications these assertions had on him, saying, “Twitter initially labeled my action hacking, so for the first day after my information was leaked, I was bombarded with hate mail and death threats revolving around the idea that I was a hacker, a thief and a criminal.”
The situation was only exacerbated by a Politico article that called the laptop “Russian disinfo,” and, as described by the suit, “The article was written by journalist Natasha Bertrand, who seemingly has a history of transforming speculation into fact in the stories upon which she reports.”
The suit further points to an article from The Daily Beast titled “FBI Examining Hunter’s Laptop as Foreign Op, Contradicting Trump’s Intel Czar” which claimed Mac Isaac had “purloined,” in other words stolen, the laptop in question.
The repairman had to close his shop and relocate to live with family in Colorado. To make matters worse, a previous attempt to file suit against Twitter for defamation was dismissed and he was left having to foot the bill for their legal fees amounting to nearly $175,000. “Bankruptcy,” Mac Isaac said while he was unable to even obtain unemployment benefits, “looks like my only option.”