VINDICATION: Hunter Biden Laptop Whistleblower

( – The owner of the computer shop where Hunter Biden’s scandalous laptop was abandoned has declared he got “vindicated” after Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk released documents showing the platform censored the laptop story before the 2020 presidential election.

The records made public by Musk reveal that Joe Biden’s presidential team instructed Twitter to censor tweets with materials from the so-called “laptop from hell,” which exposed Hunter Biden’s shady foreign business deals and addictions to drugs, alcohol, and sex.

John Paul Mac Isaac, the former owner of the computer shop in Delaware where the computer was left, became a whistleblower by speaking about it with conservative news outlets such as The New York Post.

“I’m grateful. I don’t know how many people know, but I basically was financially ruined by Twitter last year. I tried to save my career because Twitter labeled my actions hacking,” Mac Isaac commented.

In an interview with Fox News, he pointed out that he sued Twitter for defamation, which was rejected.

“So obviously watching Elon release this material Friday night was very exciting for me because what I felt like I knew the whole time was true. And I feel vindicated,” the whistleblower said.

Mac Isaac speculated that his suit against Twitter would have turned out better for him if Musk had bought the social media platform earlier.

“If he had bought Twitter during the lawsuit, I think things would have worked out a little bit better for me. But you know, it is what it is. And I’m grateful that the truth is coming out now and that I’m vindicated,” Mac Isaac said.

He joked that if the wealthiest person in the world ever needed free tech support, “he’s got it.”

The whistleblower stressed that the official justification of Twitter’s previous management for censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story because it was based on “hacked materials” didn’t add up.

“The FBI took possession of the laptop on December 9 [2019], and with that they took all my notes, all my information that I had provided them, and so they had ample time to review that data and realize that it wasn’t Russia,” Mac Isaac explained.

There was a ten-month period between the FBI’s seizure of the laptop from his computer show in December 2019 and The New York Post report on it.

“When I watched the internet shutdown on October 14, The New York Post came out with the story at 6:30 in the morning. By nine o’clock, you couldn’t find any discussion of it on the internet,” Mac Isaac said.

“That’s not something that happens naturally. That’s something that’s coordinated and set up so that when the story broke, they were going to be ready, they could flick a switch and they could shut it down. And that’s exactly what happened,” the whistleblower stated.

Hunter Biden left his laptop at his shop in April 2019, and the owner later gave the hard drive to the FBI. Several months later, he contacted Rudy Guiliani, who gave a hard drive copy to The New York Post.