January 27, 2023

Computer repairman John Paul Mac Isaac told DailyMail.com if the FBI were ‘doing their job right’ they would raid Hunter Biden after seeing the laptop he turned over to them

The computer repairman who turned over Hunter Biden’s laptop to the FBI said he’s surprised they did not raid Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home sooner because of the inherent bias he’s witnessed the agency have against the former president.

John Paul Mac Isaac told DailyMail.com that if the FBI were ‘doing their job right’ they would have already raided Hunter’s home and arrested him based on what was found on the laptop.

‘I never felt like it was my responsibility to share the contents of the laptop with anybody other than the proper authorities,’ he said.

​​’I saw stuff about China, I saw a lot of porn, I saw a lot of drug use,’ Mac Isaac detailed in a Tuesday interview. ‘But I didn’t care about any of that. I only cared about the criminality that revolved around Ukraine because that’s what was in the news.’

Mac Isaac is telling the whole story of getting caught up in Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal in his upcoming book American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth, which will hit shelves on November 22, 2022 – weeks after the midterm elections.

The shop owner said he has already spoken with Republican senators about potential future probes into Hunter should they retake a majority in Congress next year. He intends to cooperate with any investigations – especially if they involve cracking down on the FBI.

Specifically, Mac Isaac noted he spoke with the offices of Senators Chuck Grassley from Iowa and Ron Johnson from Wisconsin. Grassley is the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee and Johnson, in his capacity as a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, is ranking member of the Subcommittee on Europe and Regional Security Cooperation.

President Joe Biden’s son gave his technical equipment to Mac Isaac on April 12, 2019 when trying to recover files from water damaged laptops. The repair shop owner said he thought he was trying to recover files related to his recently deceased brother Beau Biden, but found much different contents on the device.

He told DailyMail.com that he never intended to reveal the pornographic images or X-rated contents of the laptop. Rather, he wanted to bring to the attention of the FBI the criminality he found when recovering files.

Ma Isaac said: ‘I never felt like it was my responsibility to share the contents of the laptop with anybody other than the proper authorities. I saw stuff about China, I saw a lot of porn, I saw a lot of drug use. But I didn’t care about any of that. I only cared about the criminality that revolved around Ukraine’. Pictured: One of the many images found on Hunter Biden’s hard drive

Hunter’s lap top included several nude images, amateur porn videos and pictures of him doing drugs 

Mac Isaac is telling the whole story of getting caught up in Hunter laptop scandal in his upcoming book American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth, which will hit shelves on November 22, 2022

‘I really only focused in on the Ukraine because back in the summer of 2019 that’s what was in the news,’ Mac Isaac said. ‘It was topical and that’s what led me to believe I was sitting on criminal evidence.’

He said that he also has realized in the last two years the bias of the FBI, claiming that they are quick to act against Trump but slow when it comes to the Bidens.

The FBI raided former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence on Monday in relation to an investigation based on reports he had taken official documents from the White House to Florida when leaving office last year.

Mac Isaac said the same sort of action should have happened to the likes of Hunter Biden or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

He described discovering nefarious correspondence regarding Ukraine on Hunter’s laptop, including an email from April 12, 2014 where he claimed Hunter detailed the entire Burisma deal draft.

The timelines of the emails he witnessed and what was happening in the news at the time is what sparked him to notice some foul play on the part of Hunter and potentially his father when he was vice president, Mac Isaac noted.

Mac Isaac owned an Apple repair store, The Mac Shop (pictured), in Wilmington, Delaware. He was forced to close the store after his name was leaked as the repairman who turned over Hunter’s laptop to the FBI

Hunter came into the store on April 12, 2019 and brought a few damaged devices to get Mac Isaac to recover the contents. He never picked up the devices

Hunter was working with business partner Devon Archer, once so close to the Bidens he was considered a member of the family, to ‘sell’ Joe to Burisma Holdings Limited to help them gain power in Ukraine.

‘So they were selling his father, and then Devon Archer has a meeting, like a couple of days later, with Joe Biden at the White House. And then a couple days after that… Joe goes to Ukraine, does his little tour. And then a week later… Hunter is appointed to the [Burisma] board,’ Mac Isaac detailed.

‘And, it’s like, when you lay it all out in a timeline,’ he continued, ‘it should be crystal clear to everyone what really happened in Ukraine.’

Mac Isaac said that the laptop proves that the entire first impeachment of Trump was fraudulent.

‘I’d like people to realize that that impeachment was a lie,’ he said.

The former laptop repair shop owner said when he first saw the images on Hunter’s laptop he was glad that his father was no longer involved in politics, claiming it would sabotage his career and embarrass him.

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But that relief didn’t last long when Joe launched his 2020 presidential campaign shortly after Hunter brought his laptop in for repair.

Mac Isaac said the goal of his book isn’t to reveal more information about Hunter Biden, but to ‘tell the story to clear my name.’

‘I never really wanted to share the contents. I wanted to tell the story so that I could clear my name and people can see the situation through my eyes and how I made the decisions I made – and how that culminated to me giving it to Rudy Giuliani,’ he said.

There were nine months between Mac Isaac attempting to turn over the laptop to the FBI and giving a copy to Giuliani, who was Trump’s attorney at the time he obtained the hard drive.

Mac Isaac told DailyMail.com that his life was turned upside down by Hunter coming into his shop in 2019.

He can no longer run his business in Delaware and said he is often targeted by leftist groups who think he is making up the whole ordeal.

‘I kind of stopped trying to defend my actions,’ Mac Isaac said. ‘I wrote the book. They can read the book. It’s everything that I’ve told the FBI. It’s the truth.’

‘All I can do is convey the truth, and share it, and know that I’ve done that,’ he added.

‘It’s not up to me to convince people to believe it or not. It’s a free country.’


April 12, 2019: Hunter brought in damaged equipment to John Paul Mac Isaac’s laptop repair store The Mac Shop in Wilmington, Delaware. 

April 15, 2019: Mac Isaac called Hunter to drop off a drive related to the recovery efforts. 

April 16, 2019: Hunter dropped off the drive and requested Mac Isaac bill him thru Square when complete the next day. This was the last time he ever heard or saw Hunter. 

April 17, 2019: The job was completed and bill sent and called for collection. 

April 25, 2019: Joe Biden announced his candidacy for president. 

September 3, 2019: Mac Isaac spoke to his father about concerns related to the contents of the laptop and decided to approach the FBI in New Mexico. 

September 20, 2019: While waiting for a copy of the hard drive to arrive that he sent to my father, the Wall Street Journal ran a story about a whistleblower involving a Ukrainian phone call. 

October 9, 2019: Mac Isaac’s father approached the FBI in Albuquerque, New Mexico with a copy of Hunter’s hard drive. The FBI refused the drive, claiming it was not a federal issue. He claimed the FBI told his father to get a lawyer and leave the FBI field office. 

November 1, 2019: The FBI agent reached out to Mac Isaac’s father. 

November 13, 2019: Public impeachment hearings against Donald Trump begun in the Intelligence Committee. 

November 19, 2019: Two FBI agents visited Mac Isaac at his home. He presented Agents Joshua and Mike with document he thought were relevant to the impeachment trial. He claimed the agents refused to look at anything and again refused to take the laptop for evaluation, claiming they needed to run it by their legal team.

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December 2, 2019: Agent Joshua calls Mac Isaac to says he want to come to the shop with an FBI tech guy and make a clone of the hard drive. 

December 9, 2019: Agents Joshua and Mike arrive at the shop with a subpoena to collect Hunter’s back up drive, along with the laptop and any related paperwork for the repair job. 

January 16, 2020: Impeachment trial starts against Trump. There was no mention of Hunter’s laptop. Mac Isaac said this is when he knew for sure the FBI cared more about protecting the Bidens than protecting the then-president or the small town shop owner. 

Late February thru August 2020: Mac Isaac’s uncle and father, both retired Col. in the Air Force, knocked on the doors of several members of Congress and White House staffers but got no response. 

August 26, 2020: Mac Isaac sent an email to the office of Trump’s lawyer at the time, Rudy Giuliani, detailing efforts to get the contents of the drive to the correct authorities. 

August 27, 2020: Giuliani’s lawyer, Bob Costello, sent a response to Mac Isaac and the two spoke on the phone. It ended in the decision to overnight send a copy of the drive to Giuliani’s office.

August 28, 2020: Giuliani’s office received the hard drive. 

September 23, 2020: Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson released their report on Hunter’s activity. 

September 24, 2020: Mac Isaac sent a letter to Senator Johnson’s office thru their whistle blower link and explained the situation related to the laptop hard drive. 

September 25, 2020: Johnson’s office responded. They asking for more information, including if Mac Isaac is a U.S. citizen, who the agents were who collected Hunter’s equipment and whether he had legal counsel. 

October 5, 2020: Johnson’s office questioned Mac Isaac over the phone along with two members of the National Security Agency (NSA). They questioned Mac Isaac on if he worked for anyone and if he is Russian. He said they asked nothing about the laptop or its contents. 

October 11, 2020: A reporter from the New York Post tracked Mac Isaac down to confirm he had a copy of Hunter’s laptop. The computer repairman called Bob Costello and asked how his identity was leak to the press, but was assured it was normal before a story broke to be leaked. He was also told his name would be left out of the reporting. 

October 13, 2020: Hunter’s lawyer called Mac Isaac asking for the laptop. 

October 14, 2020: The New York Post broke the initial story at 6:30 a.m. about Hunter’s laptop. Mac Isaac’s inbox started blowing up a couple minutes later and by 9:30 a.m., Twitter, Facebook and Google blocked or repressed the story.