The Delaware computer repairman who went public with the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop says he feels "vindicated" after Elon Musk revealed the internal communications showing an effort by Twitter employees to censor the New York Post’s bombshell story on the president's scandal-plagued son.
"Watching Elon release this material over Friday night was very exciting for me because [it proves] what I felt like I knew the whole time was true and I feel vindicated," John Paul Mac Issac told Fox News on Sunday.
In October 2020, the New York Post reported on the tranche of damaging documents on the laptop which was left at Isaac’s repair store in April 2019 but never collected. The emails detailing Hunter Biden’s questionable overseas business dealings are reportedly now part of an ongoing federal tax probe into President Joe Biden’s son but social media giant Twitter immediately blocked users from sharing it online, claiming the reporting relied on "hacked materials."
Issac subsequently sued Twitter for defamation — arguing its content moderation unfairly branded him a "hacker." The lawsuit was later dismissed, but Issac said his reputation - damaged by Twitter, essentially put him out of business.
"I don’t know how many people know, but I basically was financially ruined by Twitter last year," he said on "Fox & Friends Sunday." "I tried to save my career because Twitter labeled my actions hacking. I went after them in a defamation suit. I think though ultimately the goal from the opposition was to make sure that Twitter would cut my legs off and make sure I would never have an opportunity to fight my battles in the court of law again," he said, "so obviously… I’m grateful for Elon."... (Read more)
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