During a press conference in Nashville, Tennessee two hours before the presidential debate Thursday, Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski confirmed that former Vice President Joe Biden lied when he claimed to have nothing to do with his son’s shady overseas influence peddling.
Bobulinski stated that he’d had an hour-long meeting with former Vice President Joe Biden in May of 2017 to discuss a joint venture between the Bidens and a communist Chinese energy firm.
“In my approximately hour long meeting with Joe that night, we discussed Biden’s history, the Biden’s family business dealing plans with the Chinese, with which he was plainly familiar, at least at a high level,” Bobulinski said.
Joe Biden has repeatedly claimed that he had nothing to do with Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
“I’ve heard Joe Biden say that he’s never discussed business with Hunter, that is FALSE,” Bobulinski alleged. “I have first-hand knowledge about this because I directly dealt with the Biden family, including Joe Biden,” he added.
Bobulinski said the Bidens recruited him to be the CEO of the new company, Sinohawk Holdings in late 2015 and that he had received an email describing the equity distribution of the new company, which stipulated that 10 percent would go to “the big guy” aka Joe Biden.
He noted that those involved in the negotiations were “paranoid about keeping Joe Biden’s involvement secret.”
!! In text messages obtained by @FDRLST, Hunter Biden's biz partner James Gilliar admonished Tony Bobulinski on May 20, 2017: "Don't mention Joe being involved, it's only when you are face to face[.]"
And then he brings up Hunter's role in a 2020 Joe Biden presidential campaign. pic.twitter.com/ZaOx1aVEXd
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 22, 2020
Bobulinski told reporters that he is a businessman and U.S. Navy veteran, and although he is not political, he has made a few donations in the past to Democrats.
He also said that he would be handing over three cell phones to the FBI, and is cooperating with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), the chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
Bobulinski said that he found out through Johnson’s committee that a $5 million payment from the Chinese investors that was supposed to go to Sinohawk ended up in an account controlled by Hunter Biden.
Bobulinski claimed there is evidence of the business deal with China on three phones, which he brought with him to the press conference.
In fact, he said all of his allegations can be “corroborated by emails, WhatsAp chats, agreements, documents, and other evidence.”
“The American people can judge for themselves,” Bobulinski declared.
President Trump invited Bobulinski to be his guest at the final presidential debate, Thursday night.