The man who blew the whistle on Hunter Biden is in the news again. Those who work for the Democrats “could possibly place his life in danger,” he fears. John Paul MacIsaac doesn’t want to be shot while “jogging in the morning.”
Hunter Biden exposed
Computer fix-it wizard John Paul MacIsaac runs a small Mac repair shop on the outskirts of the nation’s capitol in Wilmington, Delaware. His life got suddenly complicated when a customer, who he won’t go out on a limb and finger as Hunter Biden, refused to come in and pick up his repaired laptop and settle the bill. When things that MacIsaac had seen on the laptop were being talked about in the news, he started fearing for his life. He thought he had powerful enough allies to keep him safe from the Deep State sharks, then the New York Post made him famous. Emails on that laptop allegedly prove that Hunter brokered a meeting between his father, then vice president, and Burisma executive Vadym Pozharskyi. There were a bunch of nasty photos too.
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MacIsaac can’t or won’t say who dropped three water damaged laptops off for repair in April of 2019. Two of the machines were done for, but the tech was able to pull files off the hard drive of the third. The only way to do it was a tedious process of drag and drop. “it was a mess.” That means that whether he wanted to or not, MacIsaac was forced to look at the files as he copied them. In his business he’s used to finding personal files and respectfully ignores them. Still, he would have been a lot happier if someone would have picked up the machine with it’s Beau Biden Foundation sticker on it, to get it off his hands. The $85 for the work would be nice too.
MacIsaac kept a copy of the files as an insurance policy because he “feared he would be killed by people who ‘work for [Joe] Biden’ and having it was ‘protection.'” When the news started talking about Hunter, MacIsaac started getting nervous. “Middle of summer, I started to get concerned because you see stuff in the papers and the news and online. I was afraid, I reached out to some people that I trusted that could possibly get me in touch with the FBI. Then they showed up.” With a subpoena, last December. “One of the agents called me up three weeks later” to warn him against speaking to anyone asking about the laptop or its contents, specifically “anybody representing Hunter.”
Friends in high places.
It appears from what reporters with various outlets have been able to piece together that MacIsaac has a few powerful friends. The computer guru reached out to a lawyer friend of his, Robert Costello. He came over and picked up a hard drive with all the files recovered from the suspicious Biden laptop. Costello also happens to represent Rudy Giuliani. Costello turned the records over to Giuliani who handed them to the Post and dragged MacIsaac right into the public spotlight.
The post confirmed that “MacIsaac said he had acted to pass on the laptop to [Rudy] Giuliani because he feared being killed because of what was in his possession saying: ‘I’m pretty vocal about not wanting to get murdered.'” He’s happy with the Trump administration but “I think that it’s not the government as an entire entity, but I think there’s a history in this country of people with political motives doing horrible things. I don’t want to be on the receiving end of that.” He doesn’t want to be under the Biden bus.
MacIsaac told the Daily Beast that he reached out for help “When you’re afraid and you don’t know anything about the depth of the waters that you’re in, you want to find a lifeguard.” Especially when Hunter Biden is in the news on a daily basis. The computer repair tech isn’t a sophisticated man. “I just don’t know what to say, or what I’m allowed to say. I know that I saw, I saw stuff — and I was concerned. I was concerned that somebody might want to come looking for this stuff eventually — and I wanted it out of my shop.”