Who is John Paul Mac Isaac? Man who repaired Hunter Biden's laptop goes bankrupt
The computer shop owner in Delaware who was the first to come across Hunter Biden's infamous laptop has reportedly become bankrupt. John Paul Mac Isaac, who owns The Mac Shop in Wilmington, alerted the federal officials about the shocking emails, text messages, and photographs on Hunter Biden's laptop. However, ever since the laptop made headlines, Isaac has faced constant intimidation from the liberal front.
At present, he has lost his store and faces bankruptcy, while also facing a lot of death threats from people. In April 2019, Hunter Biden brought his laptop to Isaac's shop for repairs. He was in an inebriated state at the time and later, he never returned to pick it up. Later, Isaac found a lot of confidential documents in the system, including emails showing shady business deals with foreign officials. He also wrote texts using the N-word frequently and indulged in debauchery with prostitutes.
In a shocking new explicit video obtained by DailyMail, President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden can be heard talking about a missing laptop, which he believed to be stolen by "Russian drug dealers". In the video from 2019, Hunter Biden appears naked while spending time with a prostitute. He reportedly told her, "They have videos of me doing this. They have videos of me doing crazy f**king sex f**king, you know."
He also added, "My computer, I had taken tons of like, just left like that cam on. And he would always put in a passcode and all that, you know what I mean? It was f**king crazy s**t. And somebody stole it during that period of time. He did all this kind of like pretend search and s**t."
If his alleged claim is believed, this would mean that Hunter has lost three laptops in total. The first one was abandoned at a computer store in Delaware, which later revealed many unknown secrets about Biden Jr, including his shocking sexual relationship with his late brother Beau Biden's wife. His second laptop was seized by federal agents and now, it seems that a third laptop was allegedly stone by Russian drug dealers who partied with Hunter Biden in Las Vegas.
It was Hunter Biden's first lost laptop that ended up in the hands of John Paul Mac Isaac, a Scottish-American computer seller. However, after the contents of the laptop were published by New York Post, Isaac faced threats and violence. In fact, he had to seek round-the-clock protection from local police at one point for his safety.
"There were multiple situations where people came in and you could tell they were not there to have a computer fixed. If there were not other people in the shop, I don't know what would have happened. I was having vegetables, eggs, dog s**t thrown at the shop every morning," he said, adding, "I had to have a Wilmington trooper parked in front of my shop all the time."
Isaac spent more than a year hiding in Colorado with his family, which eventually made him lose his decade-old business. He later applied for unemployment, but he faced pushback from government officials at that time also.
"I would hate to think that I was singled out in a politically motivated attack. If a state agency was weaponized to punish a perceived political enemy, the country has a right to know," he noted.