Abbe Lowell, the attorney for Hunter Biden, has been accused of trying to deflect attention from the truth and intimidate those who dare to confront him. This comes after Lowell sent letters to the Delaware Attorney General and the U.S. Department of Justice, urging them to investigate John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware. Hunter Biden had dropped off his laptop at the shop back in 2019.
The letters accused Mac Isaac of “unlawfully” accessing Biden’s data, but this has been deemed as nothing more than an attempt to distract from the truth that Hunter Biden was involved in a corruption and lies scandal. Mac Isaac and his lawyer, Brian Della Rocca, are not intimidated and have taken action by suing Hunter Biden for defamation.
Della Rocca has stated that Hunter Biden’s actions are attempts to blame others for his own mistakes. Mac Isaac’s work order, signed by Hunter Biden when the laptop was dropped off, gave authorization to access the information and stated that if the equipment was left in the shop for over 90 days, it would become abandoned property, with Hunter agreeing to hold the shop harmless for any damages or loss of property.
Mac Isaac’s lawsuit claims that he has suffered substantial damages, including the loss of his business, due to Hunter Biden’s false and defamatory statements. The allegations in Lowell’s letters are being perceived as another example of the left trying to intimidate those who stand up to them and speak the truth.
Hunter Biden has been caught in a web of corruption and lies, and he and his allies are attempting to distract from the truth and protect their interests. Mac Isaac and Della Rocca, however, are not backing down, and the American people deserve to know the truth. Republicans must always stand up for what is right and fight against the left’s attempts to cover up the truth.