Experience teaches that any development in an investigation can bring unexpected results. It is not unusual that the discovery process in a lawsuit uncovers more evidence. So, this development is worth watching.
“The former Delaware computer repair shop owner who found himself at the center of controversy involving Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, last year has taken new legal action against Twitter,” according to Blaze News.
“John Paul Mac Isaac filed a new lawsuit in federal court on Thursday against Twitter, claiming the social media platform defamed him by declaring that a New York Post story reporting the existence of the laptop included “hacked” material.
“According to Mac Isaac, the classification damaged his reputation, forcing him, in part, to shut down his Delaware business…
“When the Post’s story broke last October — alleging the laptop proved Joe Biden knew about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings — Twitter swiftly moved to stop the story from circulating on its platform by claiming the story contained hacked material, thereby violating Twitter’s rules… [emphasis added]
“Hunter Biden has never denied the laptop belonged to him, the Washington Examiner noted.”
For more, go to Blaze News.
Please share your opinion in the comment section. Do you think Hunter and Joe Biden will ever be fully investigated by the Department of Justice for their overseas business dealings?