(ThePatriotSource.com)- John Mac Isaac, the owner of a computer repair shop in Delaware that is at the center of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, was reportedly sent a series of credible death threats in the wake of the story. Isaac hit the news when he provided information from a laptop left at his store by the son of former Vice President Joe Biden that revealed how the Biden family appeared to be making money from foreign business deals during the Obama-Biden administration.
Ten days after the election, a sign outside of Isaac’s store said that they had closed and the owner had left town.
Brian Della Rocca, the attorney representing Isaac, told the Delaware News Journey that the owner has closed the shop and confirmed that he had also received death threats. Della Rocca also said that he had been in communication with Wilmington FBI agents and the Assistant United States Attorney for Delaware, Leslie Wolf.
Death threats against anybody who stands in the way of Joe Biden becoming the next president of the United States appear to be a common theme in this election. This week, Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administration, sent a letter to Joe Biden confirming that she would be authorizing funds for the transition to his prospective administration and confirmed that she and her family had received many threats for delaying the decision.
“To be clear, I did not receive any direction to delay my determination,” she said. “I did, however, receive threats online, by phone, and by mail directed at my safety, my family, my staff, and even my pets in an effort to coerce me into making this determination prematurely,” she added.
“Even in the face of thousands of threats, I always remained committed to upholding the law,” Murphy added.v
There has been no public response from Joe Biden about the threats made in his support, nor has he responded to the news that the Delaware computer store owner received threats for revealing information that suggests Biden is corrupt.
The data from the Biden laptop included emails that showed Hunter Biden making lucrative business deals abroad, and also making references to giving a cut of the profits to his father. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe confirmed before the election that they believed the emails were genuine and not part of a Russian disinformation scheme, as was claimed by some media outlets at the time.
It is not clear where the Delaware computer store owner has moved to, and when or if he will be returning.