Bobulinski dares Bidens to join his testimony: ‘I look forward to exposing these lies’

Hunter Biden’s former business associate Tony Bobulinski came out swinging Friday after word emerged that Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, had called for him to be investigated for allegedly lying to the FBI.

“All of the allegations contained in Mr. Lowell’s 10-page letter to U.S. Attorney Graves are patently false, and I look forward to exposing these lies and laying out the facts in a public forum in short order. The sad thing for our country is that Hunter, Jim and Joe Biden along with Abbe Lowell know they are all false and are trying to weaponize the DOJ against me,” Bobulinski said in a statement to Fox News.

“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. They can name the date, time and place, and I would certainly be willing to do that for the American people,” he continued.

The statement came weeks after Lowell penned an Oct. 7th letter to the top federal prosecutor in Washington, U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves, asking him to investigate Bobulinski for having allegedly lied during an Oct. 23rd, 2020 interview with the FBI.

“The basis for our conclusion [that Biden lied] and request is the most recent wholesale dump of confidential grand jury documents and taxpayer material related to a five-year investigation of Mr. Biden, released by House Ways and Means Committee Republicans on September 27, 2023,” the letter reads.

“The materials reveal the extraordinary lengths Mr. Bobulinski and other individuals were willing to go to implicate Mr. Biden or members of his family in some false and meritless allegations of wrongdoing. 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,” it continues.

Lowell specifically accused Bobulinski of deliberately mischaracterizing his relationship with the Biden family, including President Joe Biden and his youngest son, “for the sake of maligning the character and reputation of [Hunter] Biden and his family, and to boost his own sense of self-worth.”

Bobulinski had previously come forward in October of 2020 alleging that the Bidens, including Hunter and his uncle James, had lied about former Vice President Biden’s involvement in Hunter’s shady overseas business dealings.

According to Lowell, Bobulinski misled federal investigators about his communications with the Biden family and about the extent to which former VP Biden stood to benefit from Hunter’s shady business dealings.

“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.

For example, Bobulinski claimed he’d attended a Feb. 2017 meeting with Hunter and Hunter’s uncle (James) during which they’d worked out the details of a possible joint deal with a Chinese firm. The discussion reportedly precipitated the infamous May 2017 email in which Bobulinski proposed a 10 percent payment to “the big guy.”

There’s just one problem. According to Lowell, Bobulinski was neither present for the meeting nor “privy to any discussions.”

“Rather, Mr. Bobulinski—the GOP’s planned ‘impeachment’ witness and so-called ‘whistleblower’—is just making things up, as he did not attend (or even know about) the Miami meeting until after it occurred and 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,” Lowell’s letter reads.

“This was all done to advance a debunked conspiracy theory that somehow Joseph Biden was involved in [Hunter] Biden’s business venture with [the Chinese firm], including as Vice President,” it continues.

The letter concludes with Lowell requesting Graves look into whether Bobulinski violated 18 U.S.C. § 1001.

“Comparing the statements that Mr. Bobulinski made to the FBI with other communications of his or uncontradicted facts should result in an investigation as to whether the conduct of Mr. Bobulinski violated federal law—including, but not limited to, making materially false statements to the U.S. government in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1001, and misleading a federal investigation,” it reads.


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