After the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI’s) raid of Former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate in Florida earlier this week, John Paul Mac, the repairman of the notoriously infamous “laptop from hell” — which belonged to President Joe Biden’s son Hunter — came out against those actions during an interview with “Fox & Friends FIRST” on Thursday, calling it a “blatant double standard.”
Mac stated he and his family 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 poll.”
“A whistleblower on the left gets anonymity and gets to have their person remain intact while I blow the whistle and I have to flee the state with death threats,” he added.
The FBI has been widely criticized for its preferential treatment of those on the left, especially given how they handled the Hillary Clinton email scandal back in 2016, to more recent investigations into overseas business dealings and highly questionable tax-funded excursions conducted by Hunter Biden.
When asked what stood out the most on Hunter’s laptop, he replied: “When I saw how Hunter and Devon [Archer] approached the conflict in Ukraine back in 2014, they saw it as a money-making opportunity.”