The man who found himself caught up in a terrifying web of political skullduggery when Crackhead Hunter Biden abandoned his laptop at his Delaware repair shop revealed new details about a “chilling” warning from an FBI agent in an exclusive Fox News interview.
John Paul Mac Isaac, who was thrust into the national spotlight as a result of the coverup of the explosive material contained on the hard drive of the son of the president’s “laptop from hell,” talked about his new book “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” with host Bill Hemmer on Monday’s edition of “America’s Newsroom,” a month and a half before the new Republican Party House majority plan to begin investigations into the Biden family’s shady business dealings.
(Video: Fox News)
Asked by Hemmer whether he recognized Hunter when he dropped off the computer he said, “At first I thought when I saw the Beau Biden sticker that this was actually Hunter’s deceased brother’s laptop because often is the case that a customer would come in with equipment that belonged to a deceased loved one and they want to get the data off, so I figured this was no different. It wasn’t until the next day when I realized that the person that came in my shop was also the person that starred in a lot of the homemade porn.”
The host then asked about the disturbing conversation with the corrupt FBI agent, “And you quote an FBI agent as saying ‘it’s our experience that nothing ever happens to people who don’t talk about these things,’ what do you remember from that conversation? Basically, they were saying ‘don’t go anywhere with this conversation.’
“Well, I kind of was asking for it,” replied Mac Isaac. “First off, when the agents 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. I was overjoyed and in the excitement, when the agents were leaving after they’d confiscated all of Hunter’s belongings, I made a comment to Agent Mike, I said don’t worry lads, when I write the book I’ll change your names.”
“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,” Mac Isaac recalled, “which was kind of chilling but out of respect, I did change Agent Mike’s name in the book.”
Mac Isaac also divulged that he’s been working with members of Congress to “make sure that they have genuine, clean and pure copies of the laptop, also every interaction I had with the corrupt FBI, I’ve sent over to Congress.”
“There’s two fronts that I see,” he continued. “I see holding the corrupt FBI accountable for colluding with our mainstream and social media to block a story, a real story with real consequences, and also, get to the bottom of what the Biden family was up to when Brain-Dead Biden was vice president and I think that we have the people in Congress now, they have the resources and the tools and I’m hoping that we’re going to get some accountability.
According to Amazon’s description of Mac Isaac’s book: “My life changed forever on April 12, 2019, when Crackhead Hunter Biden stumbled into my shop requesting data recovery from one of his liquid-damaged laptops. After his father announced his candidacy for president of the United States, and Hunter failed to pay for and collect his computer, fear for my safety grew. There was paperwork in Hunter’s possession giving me permission to examine and copy his data—someone was going to come looking for the laptop, and come looking for me. Concerned that I was sitting on evidence in a criminal investigation, I set out to hand everything over to the corrupt FBI. But, feeling betrayed by the corrupt FBI’s inaction in providing the laptop as evidence during the impeachment trial, I then turned to Congress, and ultimately, to a lawyer for the president, Rudy Giuliani. When the story broke, Big Tech and social and mainstream media blocked the reporting. I was instantly labeled as a hacker and a criminal. My actions were labeled Russian disinformation, and it didn’t take long before people started attacking my business and my character, forcing me to close my shop and flee the state.”
“American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth” hits bookshelves on Tuesday.
Republished with permission from American Wire News Service
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