John Paul Mac Isaac, who will most definitely be known in history as the Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman, revealed something disturbing but unsurprising in his new book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth.”
Two federal agents came to Isaac’s Mac repair shop in Wilmington, Del., in December 2019 to recoup the “Laptop from Hell” following a subpoena, according to the New York Post. Isaac had actually volunteered to hand over the laptop over to authorities a couple of months earlier, considering its controversial contents.
When he met with the federal agents, Isaac noted that he made a joke, telling them, “Hey, lads, I’ll remember to change your names when I write the book.”
One of the agents kept walking, but the other paused and spoke what Isaac could only perceive as a thinly-veiled threat. “It is our experience that nothing ever happens to people that don’t talk about these things,” the FBI agent said, according to Isaac’s book.
As he locked his door after the FBI agents left, Isaac noted that he was left to digest his encounter. The agent’s words, after all, were pretty clear-cut. “Was I being paranoid, or had what the agent just told me been a direct threat, or at best a thinly-veiled one?” Isaac wrote.
It’s a pretty rotten situation for Isaac, considering that he did not ask for Hunter’s “Laptop from Hell” to be left at his shop in April 2019. As the contents of the laptop were revealed to America, Isaac ended up falling victim to much abuse. He noted that he was eventually forced to shut down his business because of harassment after he was doxxed.
Isaac has filed a multimillion-dollar defamation suit against Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff and a string of media outlets, including CNN, The Daily Beast, and POLITICO. This was because during the height of the Hunter Biden controversy, liberals quickly ran the narrative that Isaac was peddling Russian disinformation. The narrative effectively put a target on Isaac’s back.
Slander and threats from an FBI agent? That definitely sounds plausible.