‘You don’t want the president’s son having ties to corrupt foreign adversaries or governments because you worry how that will affect U.S. policy.’
New documents reported by Fox News Wednesday offer more details into a $10 million deal outlined between Hunter Biden and Chinese businessmen.
By now the credibility of The New York Post’s blockbuster reporting on Hunter Biden during the election has been cemented.
Forensic analysis confirmed the authenticity of an email showing former Vice President Joe Biden was intimately involved in his son’s business ventures.
The Department of Justice took the rare step to confirm the existence of an ongoing investigation into the Biden family Thursday.
Tony Bobulinski, an ex-Biden family business associate, told Tucker Carlson that Joe Biden is lying about his knowledge of his son’s business deals.
‘I just don’t see, given the history here and the facts, how Joe can’t be influenced in some manner based on the history that they have,’ said Bobulinski.
Major U.S. media outlets are living in an alternate fantasy world in which the Biden scandal is a ‘miasma’ meant to confuse and mislead gullible Americans.
Tucker Carlson will be dedicating his entire prime time program Tuesday night to a one-hour interview with Biden family whistleblower Tony Bobulinski.
Biden claims he knew nothing about any of Hunter Biden’s foreign business activities, but new text messages from a Biden family business associate show otherwise.
According to the senators, members of the Biden family have not ‘produced responsive documents to the Chairmen’ investigating allegations of Biden family corruption.
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