(HorizonPost.com) – President Joe Biden could get pulled into Hunter’s defamation lawsuit, where the computer repairman that received the infamous laptop is alleging that the two of them falsely dubbed it as “Russian disinformation,” according to The New York Post. Hunter Biden reportedly dropped his laptop off to John Paul Mac Isaac, a Delaware repairman, in April 2019. When Hunter never came back for it, Isaac tried to turn it in.
The computer drive contains damning information, both personal and political, that has been tied to the president. It made its way to former Mayor Rudy Giuliani who then turned it over to the Post. The Post then wrote a story that was censored before the 2020 election by social media platforms which has called it disinformation.
Experts now say that the president might be involved in the lawsuit as he gears up for his 2024 reelection campaign. The lawsuit is now in its discovery phase which will include emails, texts, and likely the contents from the infamous laptop, according to Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz. He added that it will be risky to be involved if there are things that the Bidens might want to hide.
Biden might get deposed, Dershowitz said but noted that that will be the decision of the judge. The attorney for Isaac said the discovery will involve individuals who claimed that Isaac was “a tool for Russian disinformation.”
For their part, the FBI admitted that they were involved in the censorship of the story on Twitter, saying that they colluded with Twitter to “protect” Americans, according to American Pigeon.
“The men and women of the FBI work every day to protect the American public,” the statement from the agency read. “It is unfortunate that conspiracy theorists and others are feeding the American public misinformation with the sole purpose of attempting to discredit the agency.”
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