Wednesday, June 12, 2024

IRS Goes After Computer Tech Who Found Hunter’s Laptop

'If a state agency was weaponized to punish a perceived political enemy, the country has a right to know... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) John Paul Mac Isaac, who found Hunter Biden‘s laptop in his Delaware computer repair shop, has made statements saying he’s received harassment from Big Tech, as well as the IRS.

Mac Isaac, who initially took the laptop to the FBI before tkaing it to Rudy Giuliani, is now facing bankruptcy, according to the New York Post.

“I was getting a lot of death threats,” John Paul Mac Isaac said. “I had to have a Wilmington trooper parked in front of my shop all the time.”

“There were multiple situations where people came in and you could tell they were not there to have a computer fixed,” he told the Post. “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.”

Mac Issac said his life was turned around after the contents of the laptop went public in a series of reports by the Post.

The laptop came into his possession when Hunter Biden, well-known scam artist, crack addict and President Joe Biden’s son, dropped it off for repairs and never came back.

The hard drive contained emails, text messages, photos and financial documents between Hunter and his family.

These findings point to shady business dealings around the world, with the future first boy looking to cash in on his family’s connections.

Mac Isaac closed his shop and fled from Delaware to Colorado in November of 2020, just a month after the story broke.

After filing for unemployment, Mac Issac ran into complications with government officials.

“I would open up a case, wouldn’t hear anything, then open another case, then open another case and then I was told to stop opening up cases. And they would keep closing these cases,” he said.

As bills piled up, Mac Isaac dipped into his 401K, but the checks never came. In December of 2021, Mac Issac wrote a letter to Delaware senator Chris Coons.

“I would hate to think that I was singled out in a politically motivated attack,” he wrote.

“If a state agency was weaponized to punish a perceived political enemy, the country has a right to know,” he added.

After the letter, the unemployment money finally arrived, though Mac Isaac said still he did not receive full payments.

Mac Isaac also said he received an invoice for a tax return in 2016, which is unusual unless the IRS is looking for something.

After the dismissal of his lawsuit against Twitter over the censorship of his findings on Hunter’s computer, Mac Isaac found himself declaring bankruptcy.

Despite the difficulties, Mac Isaac said he would “absolutely do it again” if given the same chance.

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