Hunter Biden Laptop Repairman: Twitter Defamed Me, Killed My Business


John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer technician whose services Hunter Biden procured for laptop repair and data recovery, told Breitbart News on Sunday that his business was destroyed by Twitter’s framing of him as a hacker.

Mac Issac and his lawyer, Brian Della Rocca, discussed the status of a lawsuit they filed against Twitter seeking $500 million in damages during an interview with Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Joel Pollak on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Sunday.

Mac Issac recalled how he came to be in possession of a laptop from Hunter Biden.

“On April 12th, 2019, Hunter came into my shop with three liquid-damaged machines. One was a complete write-off. [For] the other one, I actually loaned him a keyboard because he just had inoperable keys, so he couldn’t log in. … The third one was not a complete write-off. It needed some surgery done. and all he wanted was data recovery, so he contracted me to recover the data off of that third machine, which I did and called him the next day when the recovery was complete.”

“I became concerned over some of the content I was viewing,” added Mac Isaac. “I became more concerned a couple weeks later when his father announced his candidacy for president, and as the summer progressed and the machine was abandoned, the gravity of the situation grew, because I started recognizing names and events and places that I had seen on the laptop.”

Last October, Twitter shut down links to the New York Post’s story about the Biden family’s business dealings in Ukraine, in part citing its policy regarding “hacked materials.” Given the New York Post‘s sourcing of Mac Isaac’s discoveries on Hunter Biden’s laptop for its reports, Twitter’s censorship amounted to a framing of Mac Isaac as a hacker.

“What Twitter did went beyond censorship,” Della Rocca stated. “They decided to label what happened. They decided … (Read more)

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