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Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner ‘to reveal bombshell clips begging for his silence’ as Trump Jr says ‘it’ll be lit’

BIDEN whistleblower Tony Bobulinski is reportedly set to play recordings of Biden family operatives begging him to be silent, on a television segment on Tuesday that Donald Trump Jr claims will be “lit.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday afternoon revealed that Bobulinski would be on his show for his first TV appearance since making allegations about his former business partner Hunter Biden.

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“Tony Bobulinski says he met with Joe Biden about China. The media have suppressed the story, but it’s real and it matters. Voters have a right to know the details. Bobulinski sits for an extended interview Tuesday night at 8p ET on #FoxNews,” Carlson tweeted. 

In a statement on Monday, Fox News said that “Bobulinski will discuss new allegations regarding his relationships with both Hunter and the former Vice President.” 

Meanwhile, Sean Davis, a co-founder of the conservative online magazine The Federalist, tweeted that a source with information about the planning said that “Bobulinski will play recordings of Biden family operatives begging him to stay quiet and claiming Bobulinski's revelations will ‘bury’ the reputations of everyone involved in Hunter's overseas deals.”

Bobulinski has claimed that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden lied when he stated that he did not discuss overseas business dealings with his son Hunter, and was set to speak about it with the FBI.

The ex-business partner-turned-whistleblower also claimed last week that he provided phones and documents to the Senate Homeland Security Committee and the FBI. 

President Donald Trump’s eldest son quote tweeted Davis and commented, “OMG TUCKER IS GOING TO BE LIT AF TOMORROW. BOBULINSKI IS GOING TO PLAY RECORDINGS!!!”


However, no evidence has emerged that Hunter Biden’s business dealings influenced US policy or that there was any criminal wrongdoing by him or his father. 

In addition, Senate Republicans who investigated the matter did not uncover any wrongdoing. 

The Biden scandal began earlier this month after the New York Post published emails and photographs from a laptop that allegedly belonged to Hunter Biden.

Bobulinski, a retired US Navy lieutenant, was the recipient of a May 2017 email unveiled by the Post that appeared to show Joe Biden’s involvement with his son’s business dealings abroad. 

The email allegedly sent from Hunter Biden’s business associate spelled out “renumeration [sic] packages” for a Chinese venture and a provisional agreement with “10” going to Hunter “for the big guy.”

Bobulinski told the Post that “the big guy” referred to Joe Biden and that the “email is genuine.” 

“I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about business. I’ve seen first-hand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line,” Bobulinski said. 

Bobulinski is the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, which he has described as “a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Biden family.”

Hunter Biden's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski says Joe Biden WAS due to get 10% stake in Chinese business deal

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