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FBI Gone Wild: Federal Agent Threatened Hunter Biden Laptop Repair Guy

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Matt Vespa’s article on Townhall begins with the words: FBI Gone Wild. The phrase ‘gone wild’ is a euphemism of stunning magnitude. The article, as indicated by the title, alleges that a federal agent threatened Hunter Biden’s laptop repair guy.

Vespa writes, “The Federal Bureau of Investigation is out of control.” Vespa is wrong. His statement, putting it charitably, is naïve. The FBI is meticulously controlled. As written hundreds of times now, the grotesque raid on Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home analyzed, legalized and authorized by Biden’s attorney general, Merrick Garland, and the warrant was issued by an Obama-supporting federal magistrate.

Vespa legitimately asserts, as a rhetorical question, “Has the Russian collusion hoax not exposed how far agents and employees at the Department of Justice will go to undermine a duly elected president?” Vespa continues: “There was election interference in 2016 and 2020, but the source was domestic, not foreign. It wasn’t the Russians but those working in the J. Edgar Hoover Building.

The Townhall post continues: “Trump being smeared as a Kremlin agent was the first salvo, but in 2020, the Hunter Biden laptop came out in October of that year—threatening Joe Biden’s election chances. The FBI ran interference by reportedly labeling any allegations stemming from Hunter’s laptop as Russian disinformation without a thorough review. The bureau has been doing this for months with regard to making sure nothing about Hunter becomes a national news story that could damage the Biden presidency.”

The article claims “The New York Post, which first obtained a copy of the hard drive and was censored by social media for their reports, now has a new story from the Delaware repairman whom the FBI allegedly threatened to keep quiet about this whole ordeal. Hunter had dropped off this device containing highly sensitive and, in some cases, pornographic material at this shop in Wilmington in April 2019 but never picked it up.”

The Townhall post continues: “The computer repair shop owner, John Paul Mac Isaac, gave a copy of the drive to the FBI but also made copies, offering one to Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer, who then turned it over to The New York Post. Mr. Mac Isaac said he was left stunned by the encounter with the federal agents, wondering if they had just threatened him as they visited his business (via NY Post).

John Paul Mac Isaac said two federal agents came to his Mac Shop in Wilmington, Del. in December 2019 to recoup the laptop following a subpoena, he details in his new book “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth.”

“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.”

The Townhall article concludes: “Most of the intelligence community disregarded it (the laptop) as part of a potential Russian psychological operation, which was later proven false. The laptop is authentic. It’s not a Russian intelligence psyop. The NY Post was barred from posting anything on Twitter for days since they had uncovered the real October Surprise, which could damage Biden’s chances of winning the election.

The suppression of the Hunter laptop narrative had consequences. “Silicon Valley suffocated this story with a pillow. They were right about its impact. Some surveys had 17 percent of Biden voters declaring they would not have voted for Joe Biden if they knew about the alleged shady deals and potentially compromising government access arrangements hashed out by Hunter Biden.

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