Report: FBI ignored evidence of Biden family misbehavior

Polls have shown that huge numbers of Americans distrust the FBI now, after its forays into creating investigations into false claims about President Trump’s 2016 campaign – “Russiagate” – and its recent attack on Trump’s home in Florida through a raid.

Now evidence has appeared of even worse corruption – the deliberate suppression of evidence regarding the Biden family’s international business schemes just days before the 2020 election.

In fact, a review of those actions has prompted analysts to conclude that suppression of those details by legacy and online media changed the election winner from Trump to Biden, and one commentator specifically pointed out that it’s the FBI’s fault, since that organization encouraged the suppression of what it called “Russian disinformation” at the time.

Now the New York Post reports that the FBI went even further.

It reported that after a former business partner of the president’s son Hunter, Tony Bobulinski, charged before the 2020 election that Joe Biden was involved with his son Hunter and brother Jim’s deals with the Chinese company CEFC, which reportedly paid the Bidens $4.8 million in 2017 and 2018, the FBI was told – and ignored it.

“Disgraced ex-FBI agent Timothy Thibault was the ‘point man’ for former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski – and never followed up with him about his bombshell claims,” the Post reported.

In fact, Bobulinski said he spoke with Joe Biden about the Chinese government-linked CEFC operations and that the Democrats’ candidate for president right then was the “big guy” due 10% of the new deals.

Joe Biden has been identified as the “big guy” in that deal by multiple people.

“Unfortunately, Tony Bobulinski’s first-hand eyewitness testimony regarding President Biden’s knowledge of Hunter Biden’s compromising web of foreign financial entanglements, especially with the Chinese, was not only ignored by the media, but also by the FBI,” Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., told The New York Post.

“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,” explained the senator.

“Where does it stop?” was the social media question from Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, the top GOP member of the House Judiciary Committee.

“According to brave whistleblowers, Timothy Thibault: -Tried to shut down an avenue of the Hunter Biden investigation. -Cooked the books on ‘domestic violent extremism’ cases. -Hid intel on Hunter and the ‘Big Guy’ Joe Biden.”

The Post report said the FBI wouldn’t comment.

Thibault left the bureau last week amid a firestorm of controversy over his anti-Trump social media agenda, as well as whistleblower charges he buried the Hunter Biden material.

When Bobulinski exposed the Biden-China links, he was questioned for hours at the FBI and turned over three cellphones to document his statements.

The FBI announced Thibault would be the “point man” for future contacts, the Post reported, and although Bobulinski’s lawyer called Thibault – the FBI agent never contacted Bobulinski or his lawyer.

Thibault was accused by whistleblowers of being involved in a “scheme” with FBI employee Brian Auten to “undermine derogatory information connected to Hunter Biden by falsely suggesting it was disinformation,” the report said.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, investigated and found that Auten had an FBI team “improperly discredit negative Hunter Biden information as disinformation.”

Grassley charged that Thibault ordered the matter closed without providing a valid reason and then tried to hide the matter in FBI systems “so that it could not be opened in the future.”

The Post report said, “Joe Biden’s involvement with Hunter Biden’s enterprises often is murky, but he regularly met with his son’s business associates during his vice presidency, and on some occasions, Hunter Biden joined his father aboard Air Force Two for official travel that doubled as business trips. The extent to which Hunter and his father exchanged money linked to overseas business dealings is unclear.”

But it said, “Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business deals continues to present conflicts of interest for the president.”

Evidence shows Joe Biden routinely met with his son’s associates and one questionable situation in evidence is the Burisma board position, for which Hunter Biden was being paid $1 million a nearby the Ukrainian gas company, to be on its board.

Joe Biden, as vice president, traveled to Ukraine and threatened officials there with the loss of $1 billion in American aid if officials there didn’t fire a prosecutor looking into corruption at Burisma.

Joe Biden returned and then bragged about his threat, and the Ukrainian decision to fire that particular prosecutor:

Critics of the Biden schemes say Hunter Biden simply was selling access to his father, who was vice-president and now is president.

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