FBI buried testimony of Hunter Biden biz partner: report

Almost two years after the fact, Americans are still learning what the FBI knew about Hunter Biden’s corruption before the 2020 election.

A new report in the New York Post says that the feds failed to act on testimony from former Hunter Biden business associate and whistleblower Tony Bobulinski.

FBI failed to act on Hunter Biden intel

Bobulinski was first to identify Joe Biden as “the big guy” mentioned as receiving 10 percent of the equity in a Chinese company, CEFC Energy, after the New York Post publicized e-mails detailing Hunter Biden’s business deals in October of 2020.

According to the Post’s Miranda Devine, Bobulinski met with FBI agents for an interview that lasted five hours.

He handed over digital evidence and discussed Hunter Biden’s dealings in China, Ukraine, and other countries, but after the meeting, he never heard from the FBI again.

Bobulinski had been told that his “point man” was Timothy Thibault, an agent at the FBI’s Washington field office who recently resigned after whistleblowers alleged that he tried to bury the Hunter Biden scandal.

“The suppression and censoring of his testimony and Hunter’s influence peddling impacted the 2020 election to a far greater extent than anything Russia or China could have ever achieved,” said Republican Ron Johnson (Wi.).

What did the FBI know?

Whistleblowers also say that FBI agents were told not to look into the Hunter Biden laptop because the agency was “not going to change the outcome of the election again.”

But a recent poll found that nearly half of Americans doubt Biden would have won the election had the truth about his family not been censored, so it looks like the FBI managed to affect the outcome anyway.

Before the election, the Hunter Biden story was widely dismissed by Biden and his allies in the media and intelligence community as “Russian disinformation.”

But the story is now universally acknowledged to be legitimate even by Biden-friendly newspapers like the Washington Post.

What else did the FBI know?