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Explosive testimony: Bobulinski testifies Joe Biden had ‘central role’ in family’s overseas business

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During a bombshell testimony Tuesday, former Biden family associate Tony Bobulinski implicated President Joe Biden in what he described as “shady” overseas business dealings. The closed-door testimony, which took place before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees, shed light on alleged influence-peddling operations involving Biden’s son Hunter and brother James during Joe Biden’s tenure as vice president.

Bobulinski asserted in his opening statement that Joe Biden was not only aware of but actively enabled the lucrative schemes orchestrated by his family. He emphasized Biden’s pivotal role, stating, “It is clear to me that Joe Biden was ‘the Brand’ being sold by the Biden family.” This testimony echoes previous accounts, including that of former Hunter Biden associate Devon Archer, who highlighted the family’s foreign influence peddling.

National Review obtained a copy of Bobulinski’s opening remarks, during which he stated: “It is clear to me that Joe Biden was ‘the Brand’ being sold by the Biden family.”

“His family’s foreign influence peddling operation — from China to Ukraine and elsewhere — sold out to foreign actors who were seeking to gain influence and access to Joe Biden and the United States government. Joe Biden was more than a participant in and beneficiary of his family’s business; he was an enabler, despite being buffered by a complex scheme to maintain plausible deniability,” Bobulinski added.

The focus of scrutiny extends beyond mere awareness to active participation and benefit. Bobulinski portrayed Biden as more than a passive recipient, labeling him an enabler who facilitated transactions designed to exploit his high office for personal gain. He emphasized the direct correlation between Biden’s position and the influx of tens of millions of dollars into the family’s coffers from foreign entities seeking access and influence.

Bobulinski’s involvement with Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC provided insights into the intricate web of international negotiations, including the ill-fated “SinoHawk” joint venture with Hunter Biden and associates. His claims of meeting Joe Biden in Beverly Hills and discussing business underscored the proximity between Biden’s political activities and family business ventures.

The accusations of fraud against the Bidens, coupled with Bobulinski’s assertion of being sidelined by law enforcement and grand juries, raise significant questions about accountability and transparency. Despite the mounting evidence and testimonies, there remains a glaring absence of official inquiries into Bobulinski’s perspective on the Biden family’s business dealings.

According to a memo presented by House Republicans, the Biden family and its affiliates allegedly received over $24 million from various sources over a five-year period. This revelation adds weight to Bobulinski’s claims and underscores the urgency of investigating the extent of Biden’s involvement in these transactions.

 

 

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Analysis: Biden unlikely to sanction Iran’s oil exports, gas prices ‘critical during an election year’

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Analysts say President Joe Biden is unlikely to “prompt dramatic sanctions action on Iran’s oil exports” due to “worries about boosting oil prices and angering top buyer China” according to Reuters.

Speaking to Fox News on Sunday, House Republican Representative Steve Scalise, said the administration had made it easier for Iran to sell its oil, generating revenues that were being used to “go fund terrorist activity.”

The Biden administration has maintained for months that among its primary goals is to keep the Gaza conflict between terror group Hamas and Israel from turning into a wider regional war. However, House Republican leaders accused President Joe Biden of failing to enforce existing measures and said they would take up this week a series of bills to sharpen sanctions on Iran.

Kimberly Donovan, a sanctions and anti-money laundering expert at the Atlantic Council, said that oil-related sanctions have not been strictly enforced in the past couple of years.

“I would not expect the administration to tighten enforcement in response to Iran’s missile and drone attacks against Israel over the weekend, mainly for concerns (that) could lead to increases in oil prices,” she said.

“The price of oil and ultimately the prices of gas at the pump become critical during an election year.”
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