Inside the Controversial Business Deals: Unveiling the Alleged Biden Family Bribery Scandal

The transcript details Tony Bobulinski’s account of his business dealings with the Biden family, specifically focusing on Hunter Biden and Joe Biden’s brother, James Gillier. Bobulinski, a former naval officer, describes how he was introduced to the Bidens through James Gillier, leading to his involvement in two businesses, Sino-Hawk and Oneida. He expresses initial skepticism, especially after hearing Jim Biden mention “plausible deniability,” which raised red flags about the legitimacy of their operations. Bobulinski’s concerns intensified upon learning about the Biden family’s involvement in a $9 billion transaction between Rosneft, a Russian state-owned energy company, and CFC, which he describes as a surrogate for the Chinese Communist Party.

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Bobulinski accuses the Bidens of diverting funds from legitimate business transactions to their own pockets, labeling these actions as bribes from the Chinese Communist Party. He highlights the extensive documentation and testimony available in the public domain, urging people to read about the alleged corruption and bribes. His decision to come forward was driven by the realization of the Bidens’ involvement in what he perceives as corrupt practices, especially in light of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.

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