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Hunter Biden laptop repairman John Paul Mac Isaac says FBI agent threatened him to hush up

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We’ve been hearing a lot from whistleblowers about the politicization of the FBI lately including padding the statistics as to domestic extremism, terming patriotic American symbols as “extremist,” and issues in the Hunter Biden case.

Then there was the raid on President Donald Trump, the seizing of the cellphone of a sitting member of Congress, and reportedly dropping subpoenas on Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania.

Now, John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer repair shop owner who gave Hunter Biden’s laptop to the FBI, is speaking out against what he views as bias including how initially the FBI wasn’t interested in the laptop and how he wasn’t protected with anonymity as a whistleblower.

Isaac also revealed another concerning piece of information.

Isaac describes in his book “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth” how two FBI agents came to his shop in Wilmington, Delaware, in December 2019 to pick up the laptop. But he says one of them made a troubling remark to him at the end of their exchange.

The repairman, who had volunteered to hand the laptop over to the feds two months earlier, said the alleged threat came after he made a joke, telling them: “Hey, lads, I’ll remember to change your names when I write the book.”

“Agent Wilson kept walking but Agent DeMeo paused and turned to face me,” Paul Mac writes of the encounter.

Isaac said the agent then told him: “It is our experience that nothing ever happens to people that don’t talk about these things.”

Isaac says that the agents told him that most people do not speak about their interactions with them.

The owner said he locked the door after the agents walked out, leaving him to “digest the encounter.”

“Was I being paranoid, or had what the agent just told me been a direct threat, or at best a thinly veiled one?” he writes.

Isaac also revealed another concerning piece of information.

Isaac describes in his book “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth” how two FBI agents came to his shop in Wilmington, Delaware, in December 2019 to pick up the laptop. But he says one of them made a troubling remark to him at the end of their exchange.

The repairman, who had volunteered to hand the laptop over to the feds two months earlier, said the alleged threat came after he made a joke, telling them: “Hey, lads, I’ll remember to change your names when I write the book.”

“Agent Wilson kept walking but Agent DeMeo paused and turned to face me,” Paul Mac writes of the encounter.

Isaac said the agent then told him: “It is our experience that nothing ever happens to people that don’t talk about these things.”

Isaac says that the agents told him that most people do not speak about their interactions with them.

The owner said he locked the door after the agents walked out, leaving him to “digest the encounter.”

“Was I being paranoid, or had what the agent just told me been a direct threat, or at best a thinly veiled one?” he writes.

 


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