The Hunter Biden laptop drama took another dramatic turn after a new revelation came to light that John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of the computer repair shop where Hunter abandoned his laptop, had filed a defamation lawsuit against the first son.
The revelation came after Hunter finally admitted ownership of the laptop and asked his lawyers to go after former New York City Mayor and President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudi Giuliani and Mac Isaac for sharing his personal information without his consent.
.@TuckerCarlson: "Joe Biden's daughter abandoned her diary…and in that diary, Ashley Biden recounted how her father had taken showers with her when she was young. And she attributed her later sexual compulsions to that experience with her father." pic.twitter.com/0Puter9nRu
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) February 3, 2023
According to the New York Post, Mac Isaac’s lawsuit came five days before Hunter’s lawyers called on the Department of Justice to investigate Mac Isaac and other Trump associates. In an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson, Mac Isaac’s lawyer Brian Della revealed the extent his team went to track Hunter and serve him the lawsuit.
“It was very difficult to find where he was,” Della said. “You know, he was in DC for a couple of weeks and he was moving around. Well, we finally tracked him down and we were able to serve him last week. And now all of a sudden, we see this (Hunter’s letters asking the DOJ to probe Mac Isaacs).”
Hunter was served the lawsuit after a private investigator hired by Mac Isaac tracked Hunter down in Culver City, California, on Jan. 27. According to The Post, the lawsuit seeks damages worth $75,000 from Hunter.
Della and Mac Isaacs claimed Hunter and his legal team are seeking the criminal investigation as payback for Mac Isaac’s defamation suit against the first son. Dela noted the timing of Hunter’s call for a criminal probe into his client while accusing Hunter of trying to intimidate Mac Isaac.
While responding to Hunter’s separate call to have Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings investigate him, Mac Issac admitted to Carlson that he was a little bit intimidated but is now used to it.
Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul Mac Isaac discusses Hunter pressuring the Delaware AG to investigate him
"I've kind of gotten used to [intimidation]. This isn't as bad as being accused of being a traitor& working with Russia to affect an election, but it's pretty close." pic.twitter.com/pyPZ8gBXlX
— Washington Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) February 3, 2023
“I have been dealing with intimidation from all fronts for the last couple of years, so I have kind of gotten used to it,” Mac Isaac said. “This isn’t as bad as being accused of being a traitor and working with Russia to affect an election, but it’s pretty close.”