FBI asks to interview Hunter’s former business partner

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The FBI has asked Hunter Biden’s former business associate Tony Bobulinski to sit for an interview Friday, Bobulinski’s lawyers told the Senate Homeland Security Committee, which released a statement Friday.

The FBI has also asked Bobulinski, who went on the record Thursday to accuse former Vice President Joe Biden of lying about his involvement with his son’s business dealings, to turn over copies of his phones.

The FBI declined to comment to Fox News “in keeping with our standard practice of neither confirming nor denying the existence of an investigation.”

WHO IS TONY BOBULINSKI

Tony Bobulinski, the former business partner of Hunter Biden and James Gilliar in the Chinese energy company venture, gave a presser Thursday. He stated emphatically that Joe Biden was deeply involved in Hunter’s deals.

Bobulinski had first-hand knowledge and spoke to Joe Biden personally. Mr. Bobulinski came with three phones he used during that time period, which contained evidence of what appears to be criminal behavior.

Before he revealed this information, he was told they were all going down if he came forward. Still, he has the guts to do it. He’s not a Republican, not political, and has given only to a few Democrat campaigns.

He told a story of $5 million transferred directly to the Biden family.

His statements are compelling and very believable.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. The issue is: Can we even trust the FBI to do a proper investigation. Do they even still have the hard drive. By the way, whatever happened to the “47 hard drives” they were given.

  2. I would decline to meet with the FBI. If forced, I would treat the meeting like a frame operation.

    This is just a show for corrupt Wray and his criminal agency to do damage control.

    Wray’s career is going away.

  3. It is true that trust in the FBI is at an all time low. That is generally true for the entire Department of Justice. The FBI had Hunter’s laptop throughout the House’s impeachment farce, and did nothing with it, in spite of the information on it dwarfing national security compared to Trump’s phone call with the President of Ukraine. The FBI is not trusted, for many good reasons; too long of a list to entertain here. The shining light in Bobulinski’s revelations is his appearance before the Homeland Security Committee. Senator Ron Johnson will take appropriate action. I expect subpoenas will shortly follow. I applaud Bobulinski’s courage for coming forward with his evidence of corruption, at apparently all levels, in the Biden family.

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