VIDEO: Biden Business Associate Bobulinski Claims “Biden Family Is Compromised”

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Tony Bobulinksi, a former business associate of the Bidens, went on the record Tuesday to explain the complexity of the Biden influence enterprise and why he believes the Bidens have been compromised by the Communist Chinese.

Bobulinksi, in an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight, explained why be believes a “President Biden” would be compromised – or vulnerable to controlled – by the Communist Chinese citing questionable financial transactions.

The former CEO of SinoHawk LLC – the company the Bidens set up with Ye Jianming, the former CEO of CEFC Energy, described the Biden family’s relationships with CEFC and Burisma, the Chinese and Ukrainian energy companies, as “questionable” and that Hunter Biden had received millions of dollars from both despite having zero experience in the energy field.

The most shocking statement of the interview came when Bobulinski said the Communist Chinese government directly loaned the Biden family $5 million, interest-free. Bobulinksi maintained that makes the Biden family “compromised,” meaning a “President Biden” would be vulnerable to being “leveraged” over sensitive roles, information, and/or opportunity.

It’s All About the Family

“To them, it was always the Biden family,” Bobulinski said. “Wasn’t Hunter Biden, Jim Biden, it was the Biden family and led and operated by Joe Biden and in that document that you guys have, and I think has been provided to the world, the Chinese reference that because of their trust in the Biden family, that they were excited about moving forward and in that document, they reference loaning $5 million to the family, that is, the Biden family, and notice they didn’t say we are loaning that money to Tony, we are loaning that money to Bob Walker and not a document generated by me, but documented and generated that they are loaning that money the Biden family.”

Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden has maintained, consistently, that he has had no knowledge or involvement in his son’s business dealings. Bobulinski fervently refuted this declaration for a third time in the interview.

Bobulinski described two meetings that he had with Joe Biden, which said were set up because he was being tapped as the CEO of SinoHawk LLC, the joint venture between the Bidens and Ye.

Biden’s former business associate said one of the other partners in SinoHawk, Rob Walker, clarified in a 2017 text message that Hunter Biden’s use of the term “my chairman” in a text message about the business was a reference to his father.

Later in the interview, Bobulinski spoke of a conversation he had with Joe Biden’s brother James. Bobulinski said he broached the subject of potential problems that an association with Ye and CEFC would create if Joe Biden would make a run for the presidency. According to Bobulinski, James Biden responded by saying “plausible deniability.”

Joe Biden has retreated from open questions of the campaign trail with just six days to go before the General Election. His campaign is not responding to questions about the interview.