Hunter Biden is believed to have dropped off his laptop at John Paul Mac Issac’s Apple repair shop in 2019. John Paul Mac Issac claims an FBI agent responded to a joke he made at that time by making a not-so-subtle threat.
During a Monday interview with Isaac for his new book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” Fox News host Bill Hemmer questioned Isaac if he recognized Biden when the senator brought the laptop to his shop in April 2019.
“I really never cared enough about the Bidens to pay attention to what the offspring looked like, so I did not recognize him,” Isaac said. “It wasn’t until the check-in process when he announced who he was, and then also I kind of put the pieces together when I saw the Beau Biden Foundation sticker on one of the laptops.”
Hemmer questioned Isaac on a statement he made in his book that said an FBI agent had threatened him.
“I kind of was asking for it because, first off, when the agent showed up to my shop with a subpoena, I don’t think those FBI agents had ever seen somebody so excited to be handed a subpoena in their life,” Isaac recalled. Discussing the subpoena to take the laptop. “I was overjoyed.”
“I made a comment to Agent Mike. I said, ‘Don’t worry, lads. When I write the book, I’ll change your names,’” Isaac said. “And that’s when Agent Mike turned around and told me that in their experience nothing ever happens to people that don’t talk about these things, which was kind of chilling, but out of respect I did change Agent Mike’s name in the book.”
Issac reportedly handed a copy of the laptop’s hard drive to then-President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who then forwarded it to the New York Post, when the FBI did not appear to be pursuing any public action about the contents on the laptop.
The New York Post released emails just before the 2020 election that it claimed were from the laptop and contained information about the Biden family’s international business dealings in China and Ukraine as well as footage that appeared to show drug use.
Issac is glad to see the GOP take control of the House because it will enable a thorough probe of the data on the laptop.
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He told Hemmer that he has provided House members with a clean version of the laptop’s hard drive and an account of “every interaction I had with the FBI.”
Isaac would like to see the FBI held accountable “for colluding with our mainstream and social media to block … a real story with real consequences.” He also wants House investigators “to get to bottom of what the Biden family was up to when Joe Biden was vice president.”
In a Thursday news conference, Republican Rep. James Comer of Kentucky, ranking member of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, stated that when he assumes leadership of the committee in January, a top priority will be investigating the information contained on the laptop. CONTINUE READING…