“The 42-page filing goes into significant detail on the ways Hunter Biden’s data became public, a development that propelled it into the maelstrom of the last presidential campaign and, since January, to the center of a Republican-led congressional investigation of the president’s son,” the story added.
“As a result of Mac Isaac’s unlawful agreement and his conspiracy with others, Mr. Biden’s personal data was made available to third parties and then ultimately to the public at large, which is highly offensive, causing harm to Mr. Biden and his reputation,” the suit states. “The object of invading Mr. Biden’s privacy and disseminating his data was not for any legitimate purpose but to cause harm and embarrassment to Mr. Biden.”
The story adds that Mac Isaac had launched a lawsuit last year contending that Hunter Biden defamed him by saying he had illegally accessed the data, when in actuality the laptop became his property when it was abandoned in his shop. Isaac’s suit also targeted CNN, Politico, the Biden campaign and Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-CA).
The lawsuit comes as House Republicans have uncovered damning evidence that the Biden family profited off of millions in unearned cash traced to the Chinese Communist Party.
Treason? Chinese Firm That Sent $3 Million To Biden Family Associates Appears To Have Been Run By CCP Member
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