A new book reveals the password Hunter Biden used on one of the laptops he abandoned at a Delaware repair shop, and it is just as sick and perverted as critics of the president’s son might expect.
In his new book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” John Paul Mac Isaac described the events of April 12, 2019, when a tipsy Biden came into his shop with three damaged MacBook Pro computers and asked for help retrieving data, according to an excerpt obtained by the New York Post.
“I need the data recovered off these, but they all have liquid damage and won’t turn on,” Mac Isaac wrote, recalling the first son’s instructions.
When Isaac examined one of the laptops and asked Biden for his password, Biden started laughing, according to the book.
“‘My password is f–ked up,” he mumbled, according to Isaac. “Don’t be offended!”
The password, according to Isaac, was “’analf–k69’ or something to that extent.”
One of the laptops, which the Post first exposed just prior to the 2020 election, contained countless photos of Biden smoking crack, nude and cavorting with reputed hookers, and revealing the twisted lifestyle of a privileged degenerate. In addition, it contained emails and other communications detailing shady international dealings that appear to have reaped millions of dollars for the Biden family.
Twitter infamously blocked the Post for publishing stories about the laptop, and mainstream media outlets ignored the story until recently, when both The New York Times and Washington Post acknowledged the laptop was not “Russian disinformation,” as Biden and the Left had claimed.
Isaac said Biden left one of the three laptops with him, and he immediately began extracting data from it.
“It took only a few files before I noticed pornography appearing in the right column,” Mac Isaac wrote. “This is a vocational hazard; I’d gotten rather used to and gave it no mind. I was a little amazed by the sheer quantity though, and by the boldness of leaving porn files on one’s desktop.”
Biden never returned for the laptop, and Isaac took legal possession of it under a 90-day abandonment policy spelled out in his customer service agreement. He said he initially handed a copy of the hard drive over to the FBI in December, 2019, but when the bureau appeared disinterested, became worried for his safety.
“After his father announced his candidacy for president of the United States, and Hunter failed to pay for and collect his computer, fear for my safety grew,” Isaac wrote in a blurb promoting the book. “There was paperwork in Hunter’s possession giving me permission to examine and copy his data—someone was going to come looking for the laptop, and come looking for me.”
“Concerned that I was sitting on evidence in a criminal investigation, I set out to hand everything over to the FBI,” Isaac continued. “But, feeling betrayed by the FBI’s inaction in providing the laptop as evidence during the impeachment trial, I then turned to Congress, and ultimately, to a lawyer for the president, Rudy Giuliani.”
The laptop is reportedly central to an ongoing grand jury probe being conducted by David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware, into potential tax fraud, money laundering, and violations of lobbying laws.
Isaac, whose book is due out November 22, on Wednesday filed suit against Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), CNN, the Daily Beast, and Politico, claiming they falsely accused him of promoting Russian disinformation.