Hunter Biden’s ex-business associate, Tony Bobulinski, has suggested a public testimony before Congress involving himself and the Biden family after allegations that he lied to the FBI about the nature of his business relationship. These allegations have ignited a new chapter in the ongoing controversy surrounding Hunter Biden’s business dealings.
The issue came to the forefront when Hunter Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, sent a 10-page letter to U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, Matthew Graves. In the letter, Lowell asserted that Bobulinski had provided “false” statements to the FBI regarding his business interactions with Hunter Biden. The controversy revolves around their joint venture, SinoHawk Holdings, which they created with the Chinese energy company CEFC.
In response to these allegations, Bobulinski’s attorney issued a statement denying Lowell’s claims, stating, “All of the allegations contained in Mr. Lowell’s 10-page letter to U.S. Attorney Graves are patently false, and I look forward to exposing these lies and laying out the facts in a public forum in short order.” Bobulinski also expressed his willingness to testify before Congress, challenging Hunter Biden and the Biden family to do the same.
Lowell’s letter accused Bobulinski of “lying about the business discussions among the partners involved” in the joint venture and claimed that Bobulinski was not present at the initial discussions in Miami in 2017, as he had previously stated.
Happening Now: Ex Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski is ready to testify about everything in front of Congress, and he’s invited the Biden family to join him under oath as he exposes the corruption.
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The controversy stems from a May 13, 2017, email that includes a reference to a “big guy” receiving a share of the joint venture’s equity. Bobulinski has claimed that the “big guy” was Joe Biden, a belief supported by IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler. However, Lowell challenged this interpretation, asserting that Bobulinski’s statements were unfounded and designed to create a false narrative about the involvement of Joe Biden and Jim Biden in off-the-books business with CEFC Chairman Ye during Joe Biden’s tenure as Vice President.
The House Oversight Committee, which is leading the investigation along with the House Judiciary and House Ways & Means Committees, responded to Lowell’s request by stating, “Hunter Biden and his legal team are once again attacking anyone who speaks out against the Bidens.” The committee emphasized that it would not tolerate witness intimidation and vowed that the truth would come to light despite the tactics used by the Biden team.