Hunter Biden’s Laptop Repairman Sues Hacker Allegations

The owner of a Delaware computer repair shop who alerted the FBI to the contents of a laptop believed to belong to President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, is to pursue a politician and several news media for allegedly defaming him.

John Paul Mac Isaac said Hunter’s MacBook Pro was dropped off at his store in April 2019 and was never picked up. Isaac contacted authorities after finding emails on the laptop suggesting then-Vice President Joe Biden met with Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to Burisma, on whose board Hunter Biden sat.

The New York Post has been temporarily censored by Facebook and Twitter for rupture the story of the Hunter Biden laptop as the 2020 US presidential election approaches.

While the veracity of the Post’s reporting was initially questioned by many outlets, in March 2022 the New York Times and The Washington Post reported that some of the file cache emails on the laptop had been authenticated by security experts.

In his lawsuit, Isaac claims that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and the media CNN, Politics and the daily beast falsely accused him of being a hacker and a Russian asset.

Issac mentioned: “It was pretty quickly that I was branded a hacker, and then, after Adam Schiff and 51 intelligence experts decided to write a letter and tell the rest of the American people that I was a Russian asset , things went downhill from there.”

According to Isaac, Schiff falsely stated on CNN that the laptop story was “a smear campaign” pushed by Russia to improve President Donald Trump’s reelection chances.

Lawsuit accuses Politico of falsely claiming dozens of former intelligence officials made laptop history”Russian disinformationand claims The daily beast accused Isaac of stealing the laptop.

Isaac claims that the alleged defamation of his character by the defendants caused him to lose so much business that he was eventually forced to close his computer repair shop. He is claiming at least $1 million in damages.