John Paul Mac Isaac, a computer repairman, stated on Sunday that even though the FBI is “bent,” he is prepared to give them “fresh clean copies” of Hunter Biden’s hard drive.
Will Cain, the host from Fox News, questioned Isaac if there was any concrete evidence that the FBI deliberately suppressed the information regarding Joe Biden’s laptop in order for former President Donald Trump to lose the election.
“Do you think that probably exists?” Cain wondered. “Do you expect that’s somewhere and has yet to be seen?”
“I think the FBI is smart enough not to create a paper trail when it comes to affecting the course of an election,” Isaac replied. “I’m not surprised there’s not a paper trail. I hope the FBI is smart enough not to implicate them in something like that.”
The repairman claimed that because Biden’s laptop was excluded from the evidence in Trump’s initial impeachment trial, he knew the FBI was dishonest.
“That’s when I knew the FBI was bent,” he said.
After so many people “simply tried to cancel you,” Fox News host Rachel Campos Duffy declared that Isaac had been “vindicated.”
“Do you hear from the FBI?” Cain pressed.
“Not at all,” the jilted repairman revealed. “I’ve offered fresh, clean copies of the drive if they’ve lost the one that I gave them back in December. You know, if they want to work with me, I respect the agency.”
“I would like to give the opportunity to the FBI to revisit this issue and clear their name,” he concluded.
Last week, Isaac he would consent to take part in congressional investigations against President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, but only if he is permitted to wear a kilt.
“There would be subpoenas; there would be an inquiry,” Newsmax host Shaun Kraisman told Isaac. “If you were subpoenaed or asked to participate in an inquiry to say hey, John Paul Mac Issac, what do you know; what can you tell us about you found on this laptop?”
“Would you respond?” he asked. “Would you be willing to go along with this committee under oath and answer questions from that committee?”
“I have been working with members of Congress over the past five, six months to make sure that that they have the resources, that they have my side of the story,” he continued. “And I’ve also offered to continue that level of support if they want me to come in and testify, I only have one condition and that is I get to wear my kilt.”
Earlier this year Isaac claimed that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent.
In his latest book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” Isaac describes how two federal officials visited his Mac Shop in Wilmington, Delaware in December 2019 to retrieve the laptop after receiving a subpoena. He made this statement back in August.
The repairman claimed that the alleged threat occurred after he made a joke, saying to them: “Hey, lads, I’ll remember to change your names when I write my book.” Two months earlier, the repairman had offered to hand the laptop over to the authorities.
The store owner informed then-President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani eight months after providing the laptop’s hard drive to the FBI, who in turn sent a copy to The Post.
What President Biden knew about his son’s international business ventures has come under scrutiny following a story by the New York Post on the volume of emails found on the laptop.