Hunter Biden’s Laptop and the FBI–John Paul Mac Isaac Tells His Story by Larry C Johnson

John Paul Mac Isaac

More information from the horse’s mouth–John Paul Mac Isaac tells the full story of his interaction with the FBI and their negligence. It is worth seven minutes of your time.

As you saw in the video, the FBI was inept, at best, in exploiting the Hunter Biden hard drive. And this is indirectly damning of Bill Barr’s incompetence in this matter I am sad to say. A Special Counsel is warranted when the son of a man, who is perceived at present as the next President, is embroiled in serious allegations of tax fraud and violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act and possible bribery by a foreign power.


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3 Responses to Hunter Biden’s Laptop and the FBI–John Paul Mac Isaac Tells His Story by Larry C Johnson

  1. Avatar Fred says:

    That’s an interesting video. Another link here:
    https://www.youtube.com/embed/JT66q4_3610

  2. Avatar Deap says:

    Why didn’t the FBI just call their good friends at CROWDSTRIKE to bust into Hunter’s lap top, instead of begging MacIsaacs to do it for them?
    Too bad the DOJ already put Roger Stone behind bars, because who knows what some low level FBI staffer could have gotten the National Enquirer to pay for those Hunter porn pics.
    Under oath, how many within the FBI’s inner circle will admit they got to watch those videos.

  3. Avatar Buckeyelad says:

    Thanks for staying with this story, Larry. I watched the video when it was first posted, and have donated to the cause. There was a time when I had at least some semblance of trust in our institutions. If this stolen election is allowed to stand, it seems that whatever bit of trust remains in very many of us will have evaporated. That situation does not lead to anywhere good. It’s a sad state of affairs when an upstanding citizen such as John Paul ends up on the wrong side of ‘the law’ for simply doing what’s right.

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