DOJ official says FBI investigating Hunter Biden for money laundering, Bobulinski materials all verified by Senate committee

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WASHINGTON D.C. – On Thursday, a Department of Justice (DOJ) official confirmed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is in the middle of an investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates.

They reportedly opened that criminal investigation into money-laundering in 2019, and it remains “open and active,” according to Sinclair investigative reporter James Rosen.

Rosen tweeted Thursday afternoon:

EXCLUSIVE: A @TheJusticeDept official confirms that in 2019, the @FBI opened up a criminal investigation into “Hunter Biden and his associates,” focused on allegations of money-laundering, and that it remains open and active today. More very soon on your @WeAreSinclair stations.

Prior to this, the DOJ had confirmed to Breitbart News and several other outlets that the FBI had the laptop with the disputed hard drive.

It allegedly was found containing thousands of Hunter Biden’s emails where he talked about his international business dealings.

And that’s not all.

While the mainstream media and the tech secret police continue to bury the revelations from former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski, now a Senate committee has apparently verified all of the materials that it reviewed, the Washington Examiner tells us.

On Tuesday, Bobulinski sat down with Tucker Carlson of Fox News and told him he knew first hand that Joe Biden, who could very well be elected president next week, was well aware of his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with communist China, a claim which Biden has denied.

According to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), chairman of both the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, he intends to call Bobulinski to testify, however due to the late date, he will be unable to schedule a hearing before Tuesday’s election.

All documents provided by Bobulinski would have to be reviewed and verified prior to being used in such a hearing, however a spokesman for Johnson told the Daily Caller that so far, all materials reviewed have turned out being legitimate.

Thus far, the committee has not identified which materials have been reviewed thus far, nor did they say whether any of Bobulinski’s allegations had been verified.

The Examiner received a trove of emails, texts and business documents which showed that Hunter Biden’s former business partners, Bobulinski and James Gilliar, routinely told potential business partners that dealing with their firm was “politically advantageous” due to their relationships with the Biden family.

Quite often, Hunter Biden and James Biden, Joe Biden’s brother, were copied on emails, many which described meetings to try to twist the arms of potential new clients.

In addition to Johnson’s committee, Bobulinski said he also turned documents over to the FBI which showed he met with Joe Biden on at least two occasions concerning business with Hunter Biden.

Sen. Johnson had been scheduled to initially meet with Bobulinski last week, however the meeting was moved after Bobulinski told Johnson that the FBI had requested a meeting with him for the same date.

That fact was acknowledged by Johnson, who said:

“I appreciate that the FBI has a job to do, and I am glad they are finally taking an interest in these concerning financial matters that our Committees have been investigating for months. I expect that Mr. Bobulinski will speak with our committee as soon as possible and fully share his insights into the Biden family’s business dealings.”

Earlier in October, some people allied with President Trump had met with a reporter from the Wall Street Journal in order to drop a dime about Bobulinski’s claims. The outlet was provided with emails and on-the-record statements from Bobulinski.

The WSJ did publish an obscure pieces about the claims, however it was met with not a lot of attention. The article was headlined, “Corporate records reviewed by the Wall Street Journal show no role for Joe Biden,” it said.

“Text messages and emails related to the venture that were provided to the Journal by Mr. Bobulinski, mainly from the spring and summer of 2017, don’t show either Hunter Biden or James Biden discussing a role for Joe Biden in the venture.”

While some of the material details overlap somewhat, Bobulinski’s revelations are separate from the laptop and hard drive that apparently belonged to Hunter Biden. The data from the laptop has been shared with the FBI, as well as President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani.

Last week, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, said that his staff had independently authenticated the material on the laptop.

The Examiner said it reached out to Sen. Johnson’ office, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, as well as the Biden campaign for comment. As of press time, they had not yet responded.

For more on our reporting on the Biden crime syndicate’s hijinks in China, we invite you to:

DIG DEEPER

All we can say is if you swapped the name Joe Biden for Donald Trump and Hunter Biden for Donald Trump Jr., the mainstream media would be all over this China story like ugly on ape. While some in the media (those who will even remotely address it) claim that Joe Biden is “free and clear” from China corruption allegations, Kimberly Strassel of the Wall Street Journal disagrees.

Strassel has done stellar work in trying to piece the information put together dates, emails and communications regarding the China deal together and none of it looks good for the Biden’s.

Biden appears to think he has cover because his name isn’t on anything. Likewise, his side has claimed that there is “nothing on his tax returns” showing income from China. That’s hilarious because clearly any money was being laundered through Hunter.

Strassel went through key questions in a Twitter thread that Biden needs to answer for.

First, she noted that while Biden’s name isn’t on documents, the same documents also indicate that special steps had been addressed in order to ensure that his name wasn’t seen.

Secondly, one of the documents addressed so-called equity stakes, in which the “big guy” was to have 10% held for him. Hunter’s business partner, Tony Bobulinski identified the “big guy” as Joe Biden, which he reportedly told the FBI on Friday. Strassel correctly notes that it would be odd for Bobolinski to risk a false statement charge if that were not the case.

The Wall Street Journal’s news page reached out to two other partners of Hunter Biden (Gilliar and Walker) and they refused to identify the so-called “big guy.” However, as Strassel notes, a 2017 from Gilliar warned Bobolinski, “don’t mention Joe being involved.”

Bobolinski also reportedly told the FBI that he had met with Joe Biden, and that he was aware of the deal, at least at some level. She also noted Biden’s campaign wouldn’t answer the Wall Street Journal’s question about that specific meeting.

Finally, she notes the following questions should be asked of Joe Biden:

  1. “Are you ‘big guy?’”
  2. “While Chinese $$ never materialized, were u at one point—via Hunter—in line to have an equity share?”
  3. “Did u meet with Hunter’s partner”
  4. “How does this comport w/ your claims to not talk biz w/Hunter?”

This whole Biden laptop incident has shown the medial to be corrupt and complicit in allowing an enemy of the United States to have what amounts to bribery material to hold over the head of Joe Biden.

Were he elected president, China would likely possess information that could be used over Biden’s head. The malfeasance of our mainstream media is nauseating.

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