Hunter Biden Laptop Store Owner Sues Twitter for “Hacked Materials” Defamation
John Paul Mac Isaac, the Delaware computer repair shop owner who exposed the infamous contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop in October is suing Twitter for defamation, pointing to the social media platform’s false assertions regarding his motives and actions. Twitter had censored the New York Post’s report on Biden’s laptop in what’s been called the most wide-ranging censorship campaign in American history, effectively engaging in last-minute interference to protect Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.
Mac Isaac filed a lawsuit against Twitter on December 28th in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Twitter had falsely labeled the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop “hacked materials,” seeking a weak excuse to censor content that establishment liberals had erroneously claimed was “Russian disinformation.”
The laptop contents that John Paul Mac Isaac arranged to be published through Rudy Giuliani were Mac Isaac’s legal property. Hunter Biden forfeited them to the computer repairman pursuant to the terms of his repair agreement, after he refused to pick up the device after the work was complete.
“Plaintiff is not a hacker and the information obtained from the computer does not [constitute] hacked materials because Plaintiff lawfully gained access to the computer,” Mac Isaac’s lawsuit alleges. The Delaware man is seeking $500 million in damages from the Big Tech monopoly, arguing that he’s since been forced to close his small business on account of left-wing vitriol. Mac Isaac is currently in hiding, having alleged that the FBI engaged in misconduct and a cover-up operation on behalf of the Biden family after learning of the laptop’s sensitive nature.
As a result of Twitter’s defamation, Mac Isaac argues that he is falsely and “widely considered a hacker,” with the Big Tech monopoly expressly invoking its hacked materials policy for content that was lawfully published. The brave citizen whistle blower has a serious chance of securing a major judgement against the company and oligarch Jack Dorsey for its left-wing libel.