John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of the computer repair shop that gave Hunter Biden’s laptop to Law Enforcement is suing Twitter.
The owner of the Delaware computer repair shop that was the source of Hunter Biden’s laptop has sued Twitter for defamation.
John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of the Mac Shop, claims that Twitter defamed him by implying that he is a hacker when they censored the New York Post’s story about a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, President-elect Joe Biden’s son. The lawsuit, which was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, claims that Isaac “is now widely considered a hacker” because of Twitter’s statements.
The lawsuit alleges that Twitter implied that Isaac was a hacker when they said that the story violated their hacked materials policy. As a result, Isaac received threats and negative reviews of his business, which he eventually had to shut down, according to the lawsuit.
Twitter censored a story that was 100% true and smeared innocent people in the process.
Isaac is demanding $500 Million as well as a public retraction from Twitter.
Imagine if Big Tech has to apologize for the Hunter Biden story!
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