Hunter Biden laptop whistleblower says FBI, Twitter swept story under the rug

Hunter Biden laptop whistleblower says FBI, Twitter swept story under the rug

The Hunter Biden laptop whistleblower, who had been given the death sentence of a hacker, is arguing that the FBI and Twitter are wrong to say that they knew all the facts and divisively swept the story under the rug.

I went up against Twitter in 2021 when they labeled my activity hacking or labeling me a hacker, John Paul Mac Isaac told Mornings with Maria on Monday. I went after Twitter. They chose judges on me, gave me an Obama-appointed judge who threw the case out with prejudice and awarded Twitter, the Florida SLAPP statute, he told host Maria Bartiromo.

It basically made Twitter cut my legs off and prevented me from fighting any legal battles in the future, making it so that it would take the fight out of me, Mac Isaac said.

In October 2020, the New York Post reported on a tranche of damaging documents on a laptop that was left at Mac Isaac's repair store in April 2019 but never collected. The emails detailing Hunter Biden's questionable overseas business dealings are now part of an ongoing federal tax probe into President Joe Biden's son, but social media giant Twitter previously blocked users from sharing it online, claiming the reporting was part of the ongoing federal tax probe.

I have known for a very long time that my knowledge is true and is proving to be fact. The new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, has partnered with Substack journalist Matt Taibbi to release the bombshell of information dubbed the Twitter Files to reveal how top Twitter employees authorized emergency moderation measures to limit the reach of Hunter Biden's laptop story. Under the reign of the former CEO Jack Dorsey, Twitter previously labeled the New York Post's story as Russian disinformation and the repairman's actions as hacking, in what Mac Isaac calls an attempt to sweep the story under the rug.

As of Monday, Musk has teased the release of even more Twitter files that Mac Isaac calls glimmers of justice. When the New York Post shut down the internet, you couldn't find any discussion of it on the internet. That's something that's coordinated and set up so that when the story broke, they were going to be ready, they could flick a switch, and they could shut it down, Mac Isaac told Fox Friends Weekend Sunday. Mac Isaac detailed the economic and social hardships he was subject to because of the Biden administration handling of the Hunter Biden laptop story, and argued that he is really lucky that he was able to avoid bankruptcy after the scandal.

The past couple of years has been pretty intense for me. I'm just happy at this point that I'm starting to see glimmers of justice, because it hasn't always been that way for me, the small business owner.

If he had bought Twitter during the lawsuit, I think things would have worked out a bit better for me. Mac Issac said Sunday that he is grateful that the truth is coming out now and that I am vindicated.

I'm not going to wait for the Department of Justice to act. Mac Isaac said that I'm going to try to do what I can on my front.

I'm going to try to work with Congress to make sure they have all the resources and materials. Mac Isaac said that I've mapped everything out.