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Hunter Biden's Laptop Repairman Says FBI Agent Gave Him a 'Chilling' Warning Against Speaking Out

Hunter Biden’s laptop repair man, John Paul Mac Isaac, says that he was given a “chilling” warning from an FBI agent against speaking out.

The repairman who leaked the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop after it was abandoned at his shop is about to release a book called “American Injustice.”

The laptop’s contents led to a bombshell report in the New York Post that was heavily censored on social media, prompting allegations from Republicans that the Big Tech companies were trying to protect his father, Joe Biden, who was the Democratic presidential nominee at the time.

Emails contained in the laptop, among other things, showed that Hunter Biden introduced his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before the elder Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company, according to the Post report.

Mac Isaac appeared on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Monday to discuss his book and how he has been working closely with members of Congress as they gear up to investigate the president’s son.

“I see holding the FBI accountable for colluding with our mainstream and social media to block a story, a real story with real consequences,” Mac Isaac said. “Also, get to the bottom of what the Biden family was up to when Joe Biden was vice president.”

“We have the people in Congress now, they have the resources and the tools, and I’m hoping that we’re going to get some accountability,” he continued.

Mac Isaac also discussed his experience with an FBI agent, which could be seen as threatening.

The repairman said that he was “overjoyed” when he was subpoenaed and that he had told the FBI agent present that he would change his name in his book.

“That’s when Agent Mike turned around and told me that, in their experience, nothing ever happens to people that don’t talk about these things,” Mac Isaac said.

Mac Isaac said that he viewed the comment as a warning against speaking out.

The repairman said that Americans should be able to speak to authorities without retaliation, but he has experienced the opposite.

“I have been dealing with retaliation from multiple fronts for the past two years when what I did was leaked to the country. I’m expecting it, and I’m going to expect it to continue,” Mac Isaac said.

“When people are threatened, they fight back,” Mac Isaac said.

The book is scheduled to be released on Tuesday.

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