(Official Washington Examiner editorial, Feb. 19)  If the Justice Department does not open an investigation into President Joe Biden‘s involvement in Hunter Biden’s foreign business, Congress should investigate and hold it accountable.

The Biden family’s former business associate, Tony Bobulinski, told Congress last week that no one in the DOJ, FBI, IRS, or local law enforcement followed up on an explosive interview he gave the FBI on Oct. 23, 2020. At that meeting, Bobulinski outlined serious allegations against the family and backed his accusations with significant corroborating evidence. Since then, Bobulinski’s credibility has been buttressed directly and indirectly by other witnesses and evidence. Still, the DOJ has acted as if he does not exist.

Will this presidential election be the most important in American history?

This is a scandal.


Bobulinski, a decorated Navy veteran with a high-level security clearance, is no political activist but, rather, a past donor to Democratic campaigns. Hunter and his uncle James enlisted Bobulinski as CEO of a joint investment venture they and two associates put together with CEFC, a huge Chinese conglomerate tied to the Chinese government. Bobulinski says he was told Joe Biden was a silent partner in the deal when he was vice president in 2015. He also says he discussed these business dealings with the man who is now president on “multiple occasions” in 2017. The Chinese agreed to provide the entire $10 million for the venture, half for its ownership stake and half as a forgivable “loan” to the Bidens. In effect, the Bidens got a $5 million share of a company despite putting up no money.

In sum, Bobulinski testified, “Joe Biden’s immediate family members were enriched to the tune of tens of millions of dollars from some of our most dangerous adversaries, including the Chinese Communist Party and players from Russia, Ukraine, Romania, Kazakhstan and other foreign nations and entities.” He believes these dealings involved “possible violations by Joe Biden of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), Anti-Corruption and Public Integrity statutes, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).”… Despite all of this evidence, nobody at the DOJ called Bobulinski again…. [The full editorial is at this link.]


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