Breitbart News has published a report in which it highlights the fact that at least five people now have provided information that suggests that President Joe Biden is the notorious "big guy."
The reader may remember that the New York Post, in October 2020, published a report containing an email from Hunter Biden's infamous laptop. And, in this email, from 2017, it said that 10% of a business deal with a Chinese energy company was due for the "big guy."
The question since then has been, "Who is this 'big guy?'"
Many have suspected that it is Hunter Biden's father, Joe Biden. But, this has yet to be established with certainty, until, perhaps, now.
First, according to Breitbart, Mykola Zlochevsky - a former Ukrainian minister and the founder of Burisma Holdings - the Ukrainian energy company where Hunter Biden formerly worked - has referred to Joe Biden as the "big guy." This information comes from the "highly credible" FBI source who says that Zlochevsky gave Joe and Hunter Biden $5 million each to get fired the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating Burisma.
Next, is IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley. During congressional testimony, Shapley, referring to the IRS's criminal investigation of Hunter Biden, said:
Among other things, we wanted to question Walker about an email that said: “Ten held by H for the big guy.” We had obvious questions like who was H, who the big guy was, and why this percentage was to be held separately with the association hidden. But AUSA Wolf interjected and said she did not want to ask about the big guy and stated she did not want to ask questions about “dad.” When multiple people in the room spoke up and objected that we had to ask, she responded, there’s no specific criminality to that line of questioning.
Then, there is James Gilliar, a business party of Hunter Biden. Gilliar wrote at least two emails - one in 2017 and one in 2020 - in which he referred to Joe Biden as "the big guy."
Next is Geoff Roger, an executive at the wealth management company Glenmede Trust Company. Roger referred to Joe Biden as "the Big Guy" in an email that he sent to Hunter Biden in 2013.
Finally, there is Hunter Biden, himself. Breitbart reports:
Hunter Biden used the “big guy” monicker in a 2014 email to Chuck Harple, a trade union lobbyist, with whom Hunter Biden hoped to set a meeting between the head of the North American Building Trades Union and Joe Biden. The email came after not receiving a response after using an official channel.
These five references would seem to prove that Joe Biden was indeed the "big guy" referred to in that 2017 email that was found on Hunter Biden's laptop by the Post.
The significance of this is that it would contradict Joe Biden's claim that he was not involved in and did not have knowledge of his son's highly questionable international business activities.
Joe Biden just recently snapped at a reporter for asking why the FBI informant indicated that he was the "big guy."
"Why do you ask such a dumb question?" Biden replied.
Perhaps that question was "dumb" because, at this point, it is fairly obvious that Joe Biden is indeed the "big guy."