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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

"A blatant lie"

Joe Biden is publicly called out for lying about his connections to his son's business dealings on Tucker Carlson:  

Bobulinski and Hunter formed a company in 2017, specializing in infrastructure investment. No deals appear to have been completed, and the firm folded in 2018. Joe had left the White House and was a private citizen at the time. Nevertheless, he has insisted he and his son never discussed business - which Bobulinski claims is untrue. 

'That's a blatant lie when he states that,' Bobulinski told Carlson. 'It's a blatant lie. It was made clear to me that Joe Biden's involvement was not to be made in writing, but only face to face.'

Bobulinski is listed as one of the recipients of a May 13, 2017, email detailing their business deal, and he claims that 'the big guy' mentioned is a reference to Joe, whom he claims Hunter regularly asked for business advice. 

Joe has always insisted he was not involved in Hunter's numerous business ventures. 

It should be interesting to hear how the Bidens otherwise account for the massive payments made to Hunter by a variety of foreign sources. It's not as if the guy isn't a complete screwup totally incapable of doing legitimate business to save his life. 

These are direct, credible, and easily provable allegations. And given the other Hunter Biden scandal, there can be little doubt about them being true.

37 comments:

  1. Shocking revelation (not!)
    But the MSM outlets will categorically not dignify such slur's on joe's integrity.
    Trump hate trump's Biden reality for the msm.

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  2. The real bombshell is the confirmation of the hard drive's veracity.

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  3. this situation is the perfect set up for a billy madison style "back to (business) school" for hunter to embark on to quickly learn and lend himself credibility of having expert business knowledge. of course, we all know he'd only last hours before retiring to a hotel penthouse with some crack and the feet of a child.

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  4. It's OK, the leftstream media will cover this up too.

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  5. I'm wondering if this scandal is even going to change anyone's mind and decide to vote for Trump.

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  6. I watched the entire interview and rarely have a seen someone as credible as Mr. Bobulinski in the way he answered questions and presented his information. I also noted how he put out there that he had former seals protecting his family (no rent-a-cops or "FBI" - he has the real deals) and that he was seriously concerned for his life having recieved numerous death threats. Adam Shiff deserves everything he gets.

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  7. Donald Trump was impeached solely based on hearsay "testimony" of a politically-motivated hack. And yet...

    We all know this goes nowhere if Trump doesn't pull-out another miracle next Tuesday.

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  8. The Left ain't mustering much energy to fight back at least going by the best rated comment with 3015 likes and 184 lefty dislikes.

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  9. The MSM blackout of the biggest corruption scandal in US history continues. I think they're going to have a hard time maintaining it for a week, though. Web searches for "Joe Biden corrupt" and "how can I change my vote" are climbing fast, so the word is getting out despite them.

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  10. Full media blackout is in effect, for every bit of the scandals.

    Local channels, the networks, regional papers, facebook/twitter. All on full coverup

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  11. Joe's a bit like mutual fund managers. They're not responsible for CEOs of companies they invest in doing illegal things.
    But they sure like the returns they're getting from them.

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  12. Watched all of Tucker's interview last night with Bobulinski. It was riveting, though all the business related machinations were quite convoluted.

    Bobulinski paints himself as a upstanding legitimate business wheeler/dealer, and is obviously very intelligent (he was in the nuclear power training area of the Navy, and the IQs required there have to be pretty high). Yet he got involved in the situation that seemed pretty seedy from the get go, suggesting naivete at best.

    Bobulinski claims they wanted him to be a CEO of a business entity they wanted to set up, but was never funded by the Chinese, and the he never earned a nickle from his involvement. The implication was that they wanted him to provide some business expertise in the set up of this abortive entity, but eventually let the whole thing drop because Hunter et. al, had other things cooking, like Burisma, and didn't need Bobulinski.

    All that being said, two things are clear.

    First, Joe Biden knew about all this stuff, and has since been completely lying about his involvement.

    Second, the accusation by Schiff and the media enablers that Bobulinksi was compromised by the Russians is also a complete fabrication.

    Right now, that is all that matters.

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    1. @KPKinSunnuPhiladelphia- At least for once there’s some plausibility to Russian involvement in the eyes of low-IQ viewers on account of Bobulinski’s name ending in “ski.”

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  13. Along with the ongoing blackout by the MSM, I expect Biden will do his best to avoid speaking to anyone about this issue (at least until after the election). He's just going to lay low and hope anti-Trump hatred will win him the day (because there's really no pro-Biden love going on). If you just pretend it doesn't exist, it'll magically go away (especially when the media is your lapdog).

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    1. >>He's just going to lay low and hope anti-Trump hatred will win him the day (because there's really no pro-Biden love going on)

      And that is the fallacy which will cost him the election.
      To use a liberal cliche: love wins. Hate loses.
      They will lose because they don't love Biden and just hate Trump. We love Trump and what he stands for. We don't hate Biden, but point out why he is not suited for office. We wish him luck in retirement.

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  14. revelation noun 1 a: an act of revealing or communicating divine truth b: something that is revealed by God to humans 2 a: an act of revealing to view or making known b: something that is revealed...

    Donald Trump is the GREAT REVEALER. He has torn the masks off the rich, the powerful, and the influential. And he has torn the masks off all of the posers, the frauds, and the hacks that serve them.

    He has even revealed the truth about ourselves. Because now each of us must choose to either face the truth or consciously willingly embrace the lie.

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  15. And, just think, this is one very good source. I expect there to be more, and not only about the Biden's corruption. "They have it all," will be more then a tag-line.

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  16. "Shocking revelation (not!)"

    Depends on perspective. Attacking the coverup is the 'shock' effect, and that reaches more normies, who will be shocked to enough of a degree that many will take notice. The 'shock' is not for you, it's for the people trying to hide their head in the sand.

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  17. Each year I usually get at least one student, often but not always black, who will shamelessly and repeatedly lie, sometimes going so far as to deny having done things I just witnessed him/her/it do with my own eyes.

    Pedo Joe reminds me of him/her/it.

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  18. "I'm wondering if this scandal is even going to change anyone's mind and decide to vote for Trump."

    Of course, a small percent will actually change their vote, as it's a big trend on the tech sites. If say one or two percent cross over that's huge.

    More important is the one's who would have voted Biden but will now withhold that vote. I know one guy, who still watches the MSM, and is heavily propagandized by his kids toward 'D's' is very hesitating in his support now. He probably won't vote Trump, but also will not vote Biden, where earlier he would have voted Biden. It's a percent game. Coverups create lack of motivation in the 'D's' voting groups.

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  19. Looks like they f-ed with the wrong Polack...

    ... Biden is so incompetent. Hillary would have Arkancided this guy as soon as the company folded like the black-hearted witch empress she is...

    ... We don't even have good villains in this country anymore...

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  20. Hunter Biden did not kill himself...

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  21. Its important to give people, particularly women, nice clean normy rhetorical reasons why they won't be voting for Biden. This is sufficient, though I think they failed to really punch him down by leading the audience to why these people are getting millions of dollars - what are they paying the Bidens for? What are they getting for the millions? It should've been hammered home in the interview, or at least after. Maybe I missed it?

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  22. Joe Biden is counting on the same thing Democrats always count on: that the press will be compliant enough that he won't ultimately have to explain anything. The media is certainly doing its damnedest to make that come true, but they're losing the information battle. Getting a transcript of the conversations about this happening high up at ABCNNBCBS would make for funny reading. They're crapping their pants.

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  23. KPKinSunnyPhiladelphia wrote:The implication was that they wanted him to provide some business expertise in the set up of this abortive entity, but eventually let the whole thing drop because Hunter et. al, had other things cooking, like Burisma, and didn't need Bobulinski.



    It wasn't even "some other thing". Remember that $5 million Chinese loan to the Bidens people were talking about the last couple weeks? That was originally something going to the business venture. The Chinese decided to just go around the Joint Venture and give it to the Bidens directly, instead.

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  24. Actually, I'm having trouble following it all, but Politico's report here is a masterpiece of propaganda and evasion.

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  25. If you think this is about votes, votes that a popular incumbent does not need, it may be time to start asking "What is the larger target?"

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  26. @5 Many have pointed out the search trend for "can I change my vote", which they obviously can't do. But the thing that this makes clear is that this scandal is changing people's minds about who to vote for. And that's big.

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  27. Is Bobulinski Q? 16:40 into the Tucker interview he talks about his Q clearance from the Navy. https://youtu.be/3pg8yFvUD8I

    I wonder if he went to Trump in 2017 with this info and if the Hunter Biden info is what started the Q project

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  28. Many have pointed out the search trend for "can I change my vote", which they obviously can't do.

    They can in several states, including some critical ones like PA and MN. They can invalidate their mail-in ballot and cast a new vote on election day. Just another reason mail-in voting shouldn't exist except for military absentee ballots. It's bound to cause a mess.

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  29. speaking of "blatant lies", Viva Frei points out that the Guiliani portion of Borat 2 was heavily massaged:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fG0RRZoAJo

    this includes overlaying audio and video editing to subtract the female actress from portions of the video.

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  30. On taking the ticket: Satan >already< owns your soul until you give it to Jesus, but the ticket-takers don't realize that, being ticket-takers, so they're always so surprised when the Devil comes for his due, which he always does. Whenever I see the heart-wrenching photos of poor Biden taking the oath of office for the Senate in the hospital, right after his wife and daughter were killed in the wreck, I think of that.

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  31. So something I never understood, what good or service was the proposed company going to provide? Was the answer really "none" ? They said something about "infrastructure" but it sounded less like building bridges and more like selling the Brooklyn Bridge in a complex deal where people end up with no money and no bridge.

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  32. So something I never understood, what good or service was the proposed company going to provide? Was the answer really "none" ?

    Yes. They're called shell companies: legal entities that exist only to provide cover for other activities and conduits to move money and other assets.

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  33. >> Is Bobulinski Q? 16:40 into the Tucker interview he talks about his Q clearance from the Navy. https://youtu.be/3pg8yFvUD8I

    >> I wonder if he went to Trump in 2017 with this info and if the Hunter Biden info is what started the Q project

    That's a very reasonable and perceptive connection.

    Q is definitely more Navy than anything else.
    And the phrase "Rig for Red" is a submariner's term, not surface fleet. And the submarine service definitely teaches more about how to create and use decoy information for the enemy's sensors so as to cause the enemy to create a false assessment of current status and near-future trends. In contrast, when a carrier group wants to get lost, they try to hide by peering over the horizon with radar-surveillance aircraft, and just try to avoid contact with anybody who might report their position.

    Of course, with satellites which can provide real-time imagery, that becomes increasingly futile.

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  34. A bit late but the MSM have been forced to publish.
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/abc-news-breaks-mainstream-media-blackout-hunter-biden-story

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