The Delaware computer repairman who handed over Hunter Biden’s scandal-filled laptop to the FBI in late 2019 and has since been forced to close his shop and go into hiding is speaking out following the FBI’s raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Monday.
Speaking to Fox News co-host Carley Shimkus on Thursday’s “Fox & Friends First,” John Paul Mac Isaac railed at what he sees is increasingly a two-tiered justice system in America.
“There’s been a plethora of criminal activity that has come off that laptop and the FBI has been in possession of that laptop since December 9th, 2019,” Isaac said. “And the son of the president of the United States continues to wave from the balcony of the White House. He continues to fly on Air Force One. He’s beyond reproach.”
“Nancy Pelosi said that not everybody is above the law, while apparently there are people above the law,” he continued. “And I think that if your last name is Biden or even Pelosi, I think you get afforded that opportunity.”
“It’s a blatant double standard,” Isaac said. “My family and I have witnessed the bias in the FBI going back as far as October of 2019, when they refused to touch the Hunter Biden laptop with a ten-foot pole until, finally, in December, they came in and they took it, and even then they seemed to be reluctant.”
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Others have also expressed outrage at the raid.
During an interview on network colleague Jesse Watters’ “Primetime” program on Tuesday, former Secret Service agent and current Fox News host Bongino went ballistic on the Biden administration and the DOJ, which he accused of becoming highly politicized in recent years, describing the raid as “third-world bullshit.”
“This is some third-world bullshit right here,” Bongino said. “Let me say it again, third-world bullshit. I mean every word of that. I don’t care that it’s cable news.
“I was a federal agent, I raised my right hand. And I swore to protect and defend the constitution of the United States. And I love this country. This is a freaking disgrace. A disgrace. We don’t live in Cuba. We don’t live under Kim Jong Un” of North Korea, he continued.
“We live in a constitutional republic. A representative democracy. You have a bunch of FBI agents raiding the home of a former president because they don’t like his politics? Are you kidding me?” he added.
“This is some third-world garbage that happened tonight,” he continued.