FBI agent accused of bias in Hunter Biden laptop investigation resigns from FBI

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

April 15, 2019: Mac Isaac called Hunter to turn in a drive in connection with the recovery effort.

April 16, 2019: Hunter exited the driveway and asked Mac Isaac to settle him through Square the next day when he was done. That was the last time he heard or saw Hunter.

April 17, 2019: The order was completed and the invoice sent and called for collection.

April 25, 2019: Joe Biden has announced his candidacy for the presidency.

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

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

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

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

November 13, 2019: Public hearings on Donald Trump’s impeachment have begun in the Intelligence Committee.

November 19, 2019: Two FBI agents visited Mac Isaac at his home. He presented agents Joshua and Mike with a document he believed was relevant to the impeachment process. He claimed the agents refused to look at anything and again refused to take the laptop for inspection, claiming they had to have their legal team run it.

December 2, 2019: Agent Joshua calls Mac Isaac to say he wants to come to the store with an FBI tech and clone the hard drive.

December 9, 2019: Agents Joshua and Mike arrive at the shop with a subpoena to collect Hunter’s backup hard drive along with the laptop and all of the paperwork needed for the repair job.

January 16, 2020: Trump impeachment trial begins. Hunter’s laptop was not mentioned. Mac Isaac said this is when he knows for certain that the FBI cares more about protecting the Bidens than protecting the then-president or the small town shopkeeper.

End of February to August 2020: Mac Isaac’s uncle and father, both retired Air Force colonels, knocked on the doors of several congressmen and White House staffers, but received no response.

08/26/2020: Mac Isaac emailed the office of Trump’s then-attorney, Rudy Giuliani, outlining efforts to get the drive’s contents to the proper authorities.

08/27/2020: Giuliani’s attorney, Bob Costello, sent a reply to Mac Isaac and the two spoke on the phone. It ended with the decision to send a copy of the drive to Giuliani’s office overnight.

08/28/2020: Giuliani’s office received the hard drive.

09/23/2020: Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson released their account of Hunter’s activities.

09/24/2020: Mac Isaac sent a letter to Senator Johnson’s office via her whistleblower link, explaining the situation surrounding the laptop hard drive.

09/25/2020: Johnson’s office replied. They ask for more information, including whether Mac Isaac is a US citizen, who the agents who picked up Hunter’s equipment were, and if he had legal counsel.

October 5, 2020: Johnson’s office interviewed Mac Isaac over the phone along with two members of the National Security Agency (NSA). They asked Mac Isaac if he worked for anyone and if he was Russian. He said they didn’t ask about the laptop or its contents.

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

October 13, 2020: Hunter’s attorney called Mac Isaac and asked for the laptop.

October 14, 2020: The New York Post ran the first story about Hunter’s laptop at 6:30 am. Mac Isaac’s inbox started exploding a few minutes later, and by 9:30 a.m., Twitter, Facebook, and Google blocked or suppressed the story.

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Emma Colton

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