Hunter Biden’s Laptop Repairman Harassed & Almost Bankrupt

John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer repair shot owner that turned in Hunter Biden’s laptop to the FBI says he is being harassed by Big Tech and the IRS. It has gotten so bad that he has closed his shop and now faces bankruptcy.

In an interview with the New York Post, Mac Isaac also claims that he has been getting a lot of death threats as well.

The 45 year old computer repairman told the Post about several frightening experiences that occurred at his shop.

John Paul Mac Isaac’s computer repair shop in Delaware

“There were multiple situations where people came in and you could tell they were not there to have a computer fixed. And 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.

Mac Isaac said that once the laptop contents were published in The New York Post in October 2020, his life became a living Hell.

Hunter Biden dropped the laptop off for repairs at Mac Isaac’s shop in April 2019, but never came back to get it. The laptop contained files showing countless shady business deals around the world with Hunter Biden looking to cash in on his family and connections.

John Paul Mac Isaac
John Paul Mac Isaac, who turned in Hunter Biden’s laptop to the FBI.

The threats and harassment at his shop got so bad that he closed the business on Nov. 5, 2020.

When he applied for unemployment in December 2020, his request was denied. He kept reapplying for unemployment with no success, but was given no reason for the denials.

Months later, the unemployment finally came, but Mac Isaac says he received far less than he was owed.

He then started receiving notices from the IRS about money that he owed from previous tax returns from five years earlier. Mac Isaac decided to just pay the disputed money rather than fight the IRS.

“We have all seen how weaponized the IRS has become over the last decade, so I wasn’t about to pick a fight,” said Mac Isaac. “I think it looks rather fishy. I have been punished for my actions on so many levels both to hurt me personally and to set an example for anyone else that might try to blow the wrong whistle.”

In December of 2020, Mac Isaac sued Twitter over their decision to censor his Hunter Biden revelations. The suit was eventually dismissed six months later, and he was ordered to pay the tech giant’s legal bills, $175,000.

“Bankruptcy looks like my only option.” he said.

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