Hunter Biden’s ‘Laptop From Hell’ Countersuit Could Drag Joe’s Reelection Bid

As President Biden weighs a re-election bid at age 80, his long-troubled son Hunter has all but guaranteed the commander-in-chief will be bringing plenty of baggage on the campaign trail.

Hunter Biden on Friday escalated his legal war with the former computer repair shop owner who came into possession of his now-infamous laptop, with a countersuit that claims his privacy was invaded — and which threatens to put all his sordid drug binging, sexcapades and shady foreign business deals right back into the spotlight.

In the countersuit, filed in US District Court in Delaware first thing Friday, the first son alleged John Paul Mac Isaac had no legal right to copy and disseminate the contents of the laptop that was abandoned at his Delaware store in 2019.

The 42-page filing, which was lodged in response to a long-running defamation suit filed by Mac Isaac against Hunter and others, also accuses the repair shop owner of helping to distribute the laptop’s contents for political gain just weeks before the 2020 election.

Hunter’s aggressive move comes as House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-Ky.) forges ahead with a probe into the first son and his family’s foreign business dealings. (Read more from “Hunter Biden’s ‘Laptop From Hell’ Countersuit Could Drag Joe’s Reelection Bid” HERE)

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