Amid the current foreign corruption scandal involving former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, Tony Bobulinsky, Hunter’s former business partner, will be turning over electronic devices that contain details about the records of his foreign business dealings with the Biden family.
At a press conference Thursday, Oct. 22, Bobulinsky said his purpose was “to set the record straight about the involvement of the Biden family, Vice President Biden, his brother Jim Biden, and his son Hunter Biden in dealing with the Chinese.
Bobulinsky’s statements add to concerns about corruption related to the position Joe Biden was using as a former vice president during the Barack Obama administration to enrich his family.
According to Townhall, Hunter’s former partner was the source who confirmed the legitimacy of a new email detailing the “key national contact list” for the development of a joint venture involving Jim Biden and Hunter Biden with China’s CEFC China Energy Co.
Bobulinsky, who expects to turn over the devices with information on the business dealings between the Biden family and its Chinese partners to the FBI, said he was hired by Hunter Biden and James Gilliar (A Hunter Biden business associate) to appear as the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, a company he described as “a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye, and the Biden family.”
Among the accusations Bobulinsky made against the Biden family, it is detailed that Hunter sought to make use of the corporate entity that was established in association with the Chinese energy company as “a personal piggy bank.”
He also said that Joe Biden had direct knowledge of the business dealings and that the Biden family was “paranoid” about wanting to hide any trace of the former vice president’s involvement in the questionable deals with Chinese companies, according to The Blaze.
The information revealed in the email is unrelated to the New York Post’s leaked emails that were obtained from Hunter Biden’s personal computer that was left in a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.
Regarding Joe Biden’s claims, who stated that the allegations are false while explaining that he had never spoken to his son about foreign business, Bobulinsky contradicted him by assuring that his statements could be corroborated in “emails, Whats App chats, agreements, documents, and other evidence.”
In a conversation with another individual, Bobulinsky said that if he made such information public, he would bury them all, including the Bidens.
“I have no desire to bury anyone, I have never been a politician. The few contributions I have made have been to the Democrats. But what I am is a patriot and a veteran. To protect my name and my business reputation, I need to make sure the real facts are there,” Bobulinsky said, according to The Blaze.
Regarding his participation in the company Sinohawk Holdings, Bobulinsky detailed that it was at the end of 2015 when Gilliar approached him to propose that they become part of the entity to form the agreement with the CEFC China Energy Co. and “what he called one of the most prominent families in the United States,” the Biden family.
The agreement with the Chinese energy company involved “invest in infrastructure, real estate, and technology in the U.S. and around the world” and he ended up becoming the CEO after learning that from an initial capital investment of $10 million, he would “grow to billions of dollars in investment capital,” Bobulinsky said. “Between February and May 2017, we exchanged numerous emails, documents, and Whats App messages concerning Sinohawk and its potential business.”
As indicated by The Blaze, Bobulinsky said that after he was introduced to Joe Biden in 2017 he discussed the company’s business plans with the Chinese entity of which Biden was “clearly familiar at least at a high level.”
He explained that on several occasions he was clear about the need to conceal Joe Biden’s involvement in the company, or at least not report it in writing, but “only face to face,” adding that Hunter Biden and Jim Biden were paranoid about keeping then-Vice President Biden’s involvement secret.
Bobulinsky would have been upset with the Bidens after Hunter sought a way to get $5 million for him and his family from the company payment, which he would have opposed and Hunter would have used his power to determine the company’s profit flow as an argument
“During these negotiations, I repeated to Hunter and others that Sinohawk could not be Hunter’s personal piggy bank,” an informed individual said.
Hunter Biden strongly disagreed when his then-partner asked him to implement “proper corporate governance procedures” to prevent him from withdrawing funds from Sinohawk, according to The Blaze.
Bobulinsky is expected to meet with members of the Senate Government Affairs and Homeland Security Committee some time on Oct. 23 to discuss the whole issue and turn over the devices to the FBI.