Tony Bobulinski, the former business partner of Hunter Biden who has declared Joe Biden was an active player in the Biden family’s mob-style influence racket and provided all sorts of documentary evidence to prove it, was scheduled to be interviewed by Ron Johnson, Chuck Grassley and members of the Senate Homeland Security Committee Friday morning. But then, the FBI dumpster fire decided to intervene.
Despite having gained possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop late in 2019 and done nothing with it, the dumpster fire FBI suddenly decided to show an interest in the case, insisting that Bobulinski meet with its agents instead of keeping his appointment with Sen. Johnson’s Committee. In response to this highly suspicious interruption in his Committee’s efforts to get at the truth the FBI has made no effort to discern for the last 11 months, Sen. Johnson issued the following statement:
Why the raging dumpster fire that was once a respected law enforcement agency has decided now, after having held the laptop for 11 months and done nothing, is the time to actually show an interest in its contents is a mystery, one we can be certain that its apparatchik director, Christopher Wray, will not be bothered to explain. One thing we can predict with great confidence, though, is that if you are expecting anything real to come of today’s interview, you are destined to be one extremely disappointed human being.
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