2020 Oct 28, 7:44pm
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At one point, Bobulinski says, he asks if the family isn’t concerned that Joe will run for president in 2020.“I said, ‘Jim, how are you guys doing this, this seems crazy?’ He looks at me and kind of chuckles and says, ‘Plausible deniability.’ ”When I ask him Tuesday by phone if there is any doubt in his mind that Joe Biden was deeply involved in the deals, Bobulinski says absolutely not. “I was only there because I would be running the family business. Why else would he even talk to me?”That’s a great question, one of many that the Bidens have ducked. Another involves the notorious email where a partner in their since-dissolved business reviews the equity divisions, noting that, among other things, Hunter Biden gets 20 percent, Jim Biden, Joe’s brother, gets 10 percent and Hunter will hold 10 “for the big guy?”Bobulinski has been saying for days that Joe Biden is “the big guy,” and neither the Biden campaign nor anyone in the family has specifically denied it. Yet such is the sorry state of public affairs in America that the tech censors block reports in The Post and elsewhere on the subject and major media outlets don’t even press the presidential front-runner to come clean.It’s not for a lack of trying on Bobulinski’s part.The burly former wrestler at Penn State, Navy lieutenant and self-described “American patriot” first went public last week, making successive statements Wednesday and Thursday and providing to journalists reams of emails, messages and texts covering nearly three years. ...He exudes a sense of mission — and anger. It’s been building since he learned in September from a Senate report that Hunter Biden got $5 million in what appears to be a silent side deal from the same Chinese executives with whom Bobulinski had been working.Then, when The Post published emails from the laptop Hunter left at a Delaware repair shop, Biden defenders, in and out of the media, quickly labeled it Russian disinformation. That infuriated Bobulinski further, feeling it was a smear on him and his family’s name. ...“I’m disgusted that I have not gotten a call, email, letter, message, from anyone from Facebook, Google or Twitter asking me to confirm if the emails are authentic,” he says. “It should be criminal how they are blocking that critical information from getting to the American people.”He shares the cold shoulder with The Post, which has been blocked by Twitter, a blatant effort to protect Biden in the waning days of the presidential campaign.
Despite Big Tech’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, Rasmussen found 54 percent of Americans think Joe Biden was in on Hunter’s dealings. A majority in every demographic agrees, except one—Democrats.Those findings came before Tucker Carlson’s interview with Bobulinski on Tuesday night.