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The Delaware computer shop owner at the heart of the Hunter Biden laptop saga has released a video defending himself against allegations that he’s a “Russian hacker” or spy.
John Paul Mac Isaac said he was “hired, never paid” to transfer information from a MacBook Pro to an external hard drive — which was later found to contain bombshell emails about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
The article goes on to state the following:
“For two generations, the Mac Isaac family has fought for the entirety of the Cold War against communism in the ’70s,” Mac Isaac says in a 3-minute YouTube video titled “The truth” and posted Dec. 5.
Isaac has previously stated that he believes, but can’t prove, that it was Hunter Biden who dropped the laptop off at his shop in April 2019, but after it was never retrieved, he contacted the FBI, who examined it and then later seized both the laptop and the hard drive last December.
Before turning everything over to the FBI, Isaac made a copy of the hard drive and later gave it to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer. Giuliani then gave a copy to the New York Post in mid-October, just three weeks prior to the presidential election.
The New York Post published an exclusive, bombshell report on the contents of the laptop on Oct. 14, but the story was either ignored or mocked by liberal media. When approached about the report, Joe Biden tried to blame it on the Russians, and Twitter censored all links to the story, claiming it was “hacked” material.
Isaac, who had to close up his computer repair shop after a wave of backlash and death threats, is speaking out in the newly-released video, saying he is neither a Russian nor a hacker.
WATCH Isaac’s message below:
— New York Post (@nypost) December 11, 2020
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