Twitter executive who made the decision to block Hunter Biden laptop story quits company

Yoel Roth is quitting Twitter after leading the company’s decision to block the New York Post’s reports regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 presidential election.

According to a report by The Washington Examiner, Roth, who oversaw trust and safety at Twitter, has departed the organization as of Thursday.

Musk kept Roth on staff for the first two weeks of his ownership of the company; Roth had previously been involved in the decision to block the Hunter Biden article on Twitter. Why Roth is leaving is unknown.

Yoel Roth is quitting Twitter after leading the company’s decision to block the New York Post’s reports regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 presidential election.

Departure announced

According to Axios, Roth, who oversaw trust and safety at Twitter, has departed the organization as of Thursday.

Musk kept Roth on staff for the first two weeks of his ownership of the company; Roth had previously been involved in the decision to block the Hunter Biden article on Twitter. Why Roth is leaving is unknown.

However, the whistleblower who informed on the younger Biden having left his laptop in the shop is reportedly afraid to leave his Delaware home due to harassment.

“I don’t really leave the house,” John Paul Mac Isaac said in an interview with Fox News Digital.

Hunter Biden’s laptop was serviced by Mac Isaac at what was now “The Mac Shop” in Wilmington, Delaware, in April 2019, and he later gave it to the FBI.

Background

Mac Isaac wrote about the incident in his upcoming book, “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth,” which will be available on Nov. 22.

In the book, Mac Isaac relates how his life was turned upside down as a result of the public’s discovery that he had granted the FBI access to the laptop’s data.

Democrats and the media erroneously accused him of spreading Russian disinformation, and just weeks before the 2020 presidential election, Facebook and Twitter infamously suppressed the bombshell news story by the New York Post about the contents of the laptop.

After nearly ten years, Mac Isaac’s cherished store had to close due to the backlash, and he had to leave the state.