Hunter Biden Calls for DOJ Investigation of Former Business Partner Tony Bobulinski: According to a Report

Hunter Biden has urged the Department of Justice to investigate claims that his former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, provided false information to federal investigators regarding his connections with the first family. This request was made in a letter sent by Biden’s legal team to DC US Attorney Matthew Graves last month.

The letter accuses Bobulinski of distorting his relationships with the Biden family in an attempt to tarnish their reputation and elevate his own self-esteem. Furthermore, the letter, authored by Hunter Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell, alleges that Bobulinski gave misleading information to FBI investigators in October 2020 concerning the extent to which President Biden benefited from his family’s overseas business ventures.

“Even in an era in which people peddle knowing lies with the goal of their falsehoods being repeated and disseminated for their political advantage, these statements by Mr. Bobulinski cannot and must not go unchecked,” Lowell wrote, according to the outlet.

One month before the 2020 presidential election, Tony Bobulinski, a US Navy veteran, made allegations that Joe Biden had involvement in the business dealings of his son and brother, Jim Biden, with the Chinese energy company CEFC. Reportedly, this company paid the Bidens $4.8 million in 2017 and 2018. Bobulinski asserted that he had discussions with Joe Biden concerning the CEFC deal linked to the Chinese government, and the then-candidate was referred to as the “big guy” due to a 10% share in a new corporate entity.

Additionally, another associate of Hunter Biden in his business ventures, James Gilliar, also identified Joe Biden as the “big guy.”

Lowell claims Bobulinski was “making things up” and argued that Bobulinski “has no basis in fact by which to assert that there was a reference to the ‘big guy’ or that it was not his own musing or that it was a reference to Vice President Joe Biden.”

In the letter, he goes on to claim that Bobulinski did not participate in a meeting held in 2017 in Miami where Hunter Biden, CEFC chairman Ye Jianming, and other individuals first discussed the China deal.

“If Hunter Biden and the Biden family are so determined to ensure that the full truth is put before the American People, Hunter, Jim, Joe and I should all appear together before Congress, publicly and under oath,” Bobulinski told ABC News in a statement. “They can name the date, time and place and I would certainly be willing to do that for the American people.”

He added that the contents of Lowell’s letter is “patently false” and accused the Biden family of “trying to weaponize the DOJ against me.”

The House Oversight Committee, under Republican leadership, alleged that Hunter Biden’s legal team attempted to intimidate a potential witness for a Joe Biden impeachment inquiry by sending the letter.