House Republicans Reveal Incriminating Text Messages Involving Biden Family

House Republicans have made public a series of text messages sent from Jim Biden to his nephew Hunter just before Joe Biden announced his presidential candidacy. These messages, released on September 28th, have created a ripple effect in the political landscape and raised serious concerns about the integrity of the Biden family.

The first bombshell came from Tony Bobulinski, a retired lieutenant in the US Navy and former CEO of Sinohawk Holdings. Bobulinski confirmed that the term “the Big Guy” or “the chairman” mentioned in Hunter’s emails indeed referred to Joe Biden.

Bobulinski met with Joe Biden in May 2017 to discuss Hunter’s business deals in China. He revealed an email he received that indicated 10% equity allocation was held by “H” for “the Big Guy.” There was no doubt that “H” referred to Hunter and “big guy” to his father, Joe Biden.

Bobulinski also disclosed that he was cautioned by his business partner not to mention Joe Biden’s involvement in Hunter’s business dealings over email or text due to the Bidens’ fear of their activities being discovered. He further stated that Joe Biden was deeply involved in Hunter Biden’s overseas business ventures and influence peddling scheme.

The revelations didn’t stop there. Bobulinski confirmed that the Bidens went behind his back and received millions from the Chinese in side deals outside of their contract. This information was supported by new documents released by the House Ways and Means Committee, which were part of IRS whistleblower testimony.

These documents confirmed that Hunter Biden sold access to his father, Joe Biden, using the “family brand,” extending their influence to 23 countries.

House Oversight Chairman James Comer identified nine members of the Biden family implicated in the corruption. These included Joe Biden’s son, brother, brother’s wife, Hunter Biden’s girlfriend/Beau Biden’s widow, Hunter Biden’s ex-wife, current wife, and three children of the president’s son and the president’s brother.

In an interview, Bobulinski revealed that when he asked Jim Biden if they were concerned about getting caught for their illegal activities, Jim confidently replied with a “no” because they had “plausible deniability.” This statement has raised questions about the extent of the Bidens’ alleged illicit activities.

The committee also released a June 6, 2017, WhatsApp message from Hunter Biden to a business associate where he refused to “sign over my family’s brand” or give the individual “the keys to my family’s only asset.” Chairman Smith interpreted this asset as none other than Joe Biden himself. These revelations have exposed a web of alleged corruption within the Biden family, casting a shadow over Joe Biden’s presidency.

This article appeared in TheDailyBeat and has been published here with permission.

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