Hunter Plays Hamlet on the Delaware: New Filings in the Laptop Litigation Take a Shakespearean Twist


To paraphrase Hamlet, there is “something rotten” in the state of Delaware. Filings in the Delaware Supreme Court this week were made public in the litigation involving Mac Isaac, the owner of the computer repair shop where Hunter Biden abandoned his now infamous laptop. Miranda Devine at the New York Post has a detailed story on the new evidence. It appears that Hunter Biden is terribly embarrassed by a laptop that may not be his and pictures that may not show him. I previously wrote how his countersuit against Isaac would go forward on this bizarre basis in claiming privacy harm. Well, Hunter’s performance has proven positively Shakespearean as he tries to maintain these conflicted legal and factual claims.

Isaac is seeking to dismiss the countersuit and his motion reveals the convoluted and conflicted effort of Hunter to maintain his position in court. Hunter continues to refuse to even confirm that he visited the shop twice and signed the standard form that waived any rights to the computer if it were not collected within the stated period. These refusals continued despite the fact that the Isaac team forced the disclosure of “frequent uses of Wells Fargo ATMs within a few miles of Mac Isaac’s shop.”

For most people, these arguments seem . . . well crazy. An FBI computer expert reportedly assessed the laptop and found that it “was not manipulated in any way.” The authenticity of the information was further confirmed “by matching the device number against Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud ID.”  Emails and messages have been confirmed by third parties who were the recipients.

Yet, as Polonius said in Hamlet, “though this be madness, yet there is method in’t.”

The Biden team wants, in my opinion, to grind Isaac and delay the litigation as much as possible. It is using the Delaware courts to exact that sweet revenge against a now defunct computer shop owner. Moreover, the absurd court arguments are largely being ignored by the media while an acknowledgment would force major media to fully cover the story.

So, Hunter simply continued to disclaim knowledge of voicemail messages and emails from Isaac about an external hard drive, paying his repair bill and picking up the computer. However, he is crystal clear that he did not give consent to Isaac about gaining access to the laptop that may not be his.

This is why Shakespeare wrote: “Neither a borrower nor a lender be, For loan oft loses both itself and friend, And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.” Hunter has to challenge the terms of an agreement that he refuses to admit that he signed.

Instead, he criticized the “boilerplate terms of the Repair Authorization” on the work order as being “well below the signature line” and referred to the Repair Authorization as a “typical small-print adhesion clause for which there was no proper notice or opportunity to bargain or negotiate.”

Biden is equally clear that he is terribly “embarrassed” by publication of private material that would be “highly offensive to a reasonable person,” in exposing pictures and communications that may not be him or his.

That view was slammed by the Isaac team that noted that it seemed off that Hunter was deeply offended by the disclosure of pictures that were “voluntarily shared by [Hunter] Biden with others through the website, ‘Pornhub’ … the use of the ‘reasonable person’ standard should clearly not apply to Biden … It seems what would embarrass a reasonable person does not embarrass Biden.”

What is most striking is how this story continues to be effectively buried by the media. It is not hard to imagine the coverage if one of the Trump kids tried to maintain this combined claim of ignorance and outrage in a court — or tried to continue to question the authenticity of files established by the FBI and other witnesses.

Devine and her colleagues at the New York Post (as well as Fox News and the Wall Street Journal) have pursued this story since the beginning when it was suppressed by social media companies before the election. They have pursued the story for years as the media went through a series of false denials and narratives. Instead, the media endlessly pursued every allegation in the now-infamous Steele dossier  and the New York Times and Washington Post received Pulitzer Prizes for a story that not only has been debunked but shown to be the product of Hillary’s Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Yet, in pursuing a true story with sweeping implications of corruption and deceit, the New York Post remains the media’s persona non grata. It embarrassed not only the establishment but other media. That is not how you get a Pulitzer. Indeed, as I discussed in an earlier column, the denial of true stories can be “the stuff that Pulitzer Prizes are made of.”

Instead, Hunter will continue his performance of Hamlet on the Delaware in continuing to question reality. It is the ultimate “to be or not to be” pitch when everyone knows exactly what the true question is. . . and it is not the authenticity of this laptop.

At some point, the Delaware court will have to recognize that, for a man who is not sure if anything on the laptop is authentic, Hunter Biden “doth protest too much, methinks.”

118 thoughts on “Hunter Plays Hamlet on the Delaware: New Filings in the Laptop Litigation Take a Shakespearean Twist”

  1. From ‘Measure for measure’
    “Condemn the fault and not the actor of it?”
    The Bidens “smell of calumny.”
    The Bidens do not measure up as honest, but corrupt to their bones.

  2. John Paul Mac Isaac. Mac Isaac, not Isaac. Often wears a beret with a pom-pom, Scottish, maybe, military family. Always good to call people by their right names.

  3. There’s no Biden to fill the part of Marilyn in The Munster’s, otherwise similarly as creepy family.

  4. Hunter is doing what people do, avoid and extend. He is hoping this goes away and the longer it goes, the more likely it can happen.

    I wonder if his last name was not Biden, but Jones would this garner nearly as much press. If Hunter was a regular Joe, would it matter? Of course the press not reporting on it does not help, but then other than embarrassing his father, does the shenanigans prove anything? It is news worthy because it is a President’s son, nothing more. UNLESS, there is material connecting the dots to bribery or other such behaviors.

    1. “Quiet man” shills for hunty and daddy bribem. “Hunter is doing what *people do*, avoid and extend.” Ah, so Hunty beez jus’ like all of us’ns, eh? That’s your gist. And “would this story get as much attention if his last name was Jones?” Of course not, but his last name is bribem–s’cuse me…biden, and *authenticated* emails on the laptop–which he claims “may not be his” but is nevertheless suing for infringement of privacy for having been disclosed (!!)–show him complaining to his daughter that he “has to” give half his corrupt “income” to “Dad.”
      ….Oh, but dey not in bizness together, right? Nope nope nope. You and the Dems think Americans are stupid. Some are, some aren’t.

    2. Quiet Man, have you actually looked into what we know about the contents of the laptop? If you have looked into it, what do you believe was found there?

  5. Jonathan: One of the things I like to do Sunday afternoons is spend time on this blog, choking my chicken with one hand and typing my keyboard diarrhea, pointing out things i missed in my weekly lunatic ravings. I know it entertains some of your loyal followers and that’s exactly why I do it. The other reason is that I can avoid looking for my precious with He Who Must Remain Un-named (Smeagol). Digging in his nose is his “Zen” time. I really can’t complain, though, because we had boogers this summer the size of golf balls! Now I do like picking at my crack as well and through the perineum behind our testicles where I occasional run into cling-ons. But digging in our nose is not one of my favorite past times. But I digress.

    What you missed this week is that Jack Smith’s grand jury in DC was on vacation. And you thought i would clam up after my last coupl of predictions didnt come true? Not by a long shot. I have it on good authority, you know, Media-ite, where i got the golf story i plagiarized. Of course, no one outside the grand jury room could no whats going on inside it unless someone is braking the law, but my self righteous little brain just doesnt understand the irony in that.

    Now I am going to pitch another tantrum about the Save America Pac because that damn DJT just refuses to run out of money.
    Now i am gonna give myself a reach around…its called a twofer!

    I know Jack Smith has been slapped down many times by higher courts, and even got sent out of the country because he sux at his job, but i have it on good authority (Vogue), that its gonna be different this time.

    Now all of your readers get another hard lesson. Just when you thought i couldnt act any more narcissistic and moronic, it-does-get-worse!

    There’s a red under my bed
    And there’s a little green man in my head
    And he said, “You’re not going crazy, you’re just a bit sad
    ‘Cause there’s a man in ya, gnawing ya, tearing ya into two”

  6. Probably a waste of time to even comment here (at the tail end of this string) as it will likely never be read, but, eventually all must conclude that Hunter, whether high or not, acted intentionally – that’s right, intentionally – to expose his father and the Biden crime family. While Hunter’s drugging and whoring may be the acts of the errant child, his role in the influence peddling is not, but rather fully obsequious, and his choice to expose, an expression of disdain for a father who’s very obviously been a lifelong fraud. The very fact that Joe Biden’s children opt to join the military, as members of the antiwar party, is telling in itself.

  7. “. . . these arguments seem . . . well crazy.”

    The Left excels at crazy. It’s what you get when you reject the logic of either-or.

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