Biden Campaign Won’t Say If Joe Would Cooperate With FBI Probe on Hunter If Elected
Days ago the Department of Justice confirmed to the Sinclair Broadcast Group that the FBI opened up a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his business associates back in 2019. The investigation is centered on allegations of money laundering, and apparently is moving at a snail’s pace.
Whistleblower Tony Bobulinski confirmed in his must-watch interview with Tucker Carlson that Joe Biden was aware of his son’s business dealings, and took part in them. Elsewhere, Bobulinski told James Rosen that a President Biden would be compromised by the Chinese government: “The compromise they have is that in documents that have been well provided to the Senate, to Congress, to the Department of Justice via the FBI that CEFC was effectively loaning money directly to the Biden family.”
Joe has publicly denied any knowledge of Hunter’s questionable ventures.
His potential involvement aside, the FBI probe into Hunter means he’d face a huge conflict of interest if elected president. Biden hasn’t substantially addressed the allegations against him and Hunter, mostly because our media landscape allows liberals to escape any legitimate criticism whatsoever, and his campaign also refusing to answer whether or not he’ll cooperate with the FBI probe on his son.
According to Breitbart:, they sent a query to the Biden campaign on Thursday but did not receive a response. The query asked:
In light of Sinclair TV’s James Rosen’s reporting on Thursday evening that the FBI opened a criminal investigation in 2019 into “Hunter Biden and his associates” focused on allegations of money-laundering and that it remains open and active today, I would like to ask the following:
1) Do former VP Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, and brother James Biden intend to cooperate with the FBI investigation?
2) If elected president, will Joe Biden commit to not pardoning Hunter if the FBI charges him with a crime that he may be convicted of?
While Biden and his campaign may dismiss the allegations against Hunter as “Russian disinformation,” both they, and the FBI, know that isn’t the case.