Tony Bobulinski – Joe Biden’s Deep Throat Who Gets No Attention


 

 

Anyone who missed last nights interview on Tucker Carlson with Bobulinski missed a second chance to see just how corrupt the FBI is.  In the end, it was the FBI who effected the outcome of the 2020 election.

It is amazing he is still alive. 

Former Hunter Biden business associate Tony Bobulinski joined ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to discuss President Biden’s alleged role in his son’s business dealings and how much he knew.

First short clips if you don’t have the time. Then the full interview.

Tony Bobulinski reacts to Biden’s voicemail to son Hunter: ‘That’s staggering’

 

 

 

Full Interview up on rumble

 

Let’s see how many of the MSM comment on this interview.

The best of the swamp.

20 Responses to “Tony Bobulinski – Joe Biden’s Deep Throat Who Gets No Attention”

  1. Baysider Says:

    Another good reason to keep deflecting attention to Trump. VDH is right – the FBI should be disbanded, certain officers retired for good, and rearranged. This is a reason why the military moves people around in a way that breaks up cliques. Thanks for posting the interview. I knew very little of that stuff. All the old timers in congress are in on this one way or another. Red Handed: How America Power Elites Get Rich Helping China Win.

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  2. christinewjc Says:

    Reblogged this on Talk Wisdom and commented:
    Here’s a must read over at Bunkerville blog! The question is, how many in the Media of Mass Deception will refuse to show it?

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  3. geeez2014 Says:

    If Tony hadn’t been on Tucker 2 years ago, I believe he’d had an ‘accident’ and died…..The Feds knew about him but TUcker exposed him to all of us, so it would have been pretty obvious if they’d offed him. How do you argue with a guy who says “I’m eager for a Grand Jury?” We can say we’re fearful for this country because Biden’s running down our woke military, because we’re so energy dependent, our inflation is awful…but add A CORRUPT FBI? GOod luck with that, folks. THAT is BAAAAD. (And CIA)

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  4. markone1blog Says:

    What gets me are these inequities:
    1. It has come out that Danchenko (the origin of the Steele dossier) was on the FBI payroll from 2017 to October 2020 (refer to my post scheduled for 11:30 or to the 2 October Maria Bartiromo interview of Carter Page where that and other government lies came out). Hence the FBI had a liar on the payroll for over two years. Compare that to the fact that General Flynn got thrown in prison for “lying to the FBI” when later reports said he did not.
    2. Over 100 Crisis Pregnancy Centers were firebombed since the summer, but nobody has been arrested (refer again to the post or to a CBN video titled “An urgent warning to America from Iranian Christians”). Compare that to the case of Mark Houck.
    3. Biden just created an “ambassador to plants and animals.” All the while, he expects us to take “climate change” seriously.

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  5. Mustang Says:

    Anyone sitting on a pile of cash, who becomes aware of an investment opportunity (more or less guaranteed to fatten the bank account) is going to take advantage of that opportunity. I think this is true whether such a person is sitting on A LOT of cash, or something less than that. Believing this, then I’d have to say that whatever the Biden clan is up to, it is likely on the tip of the iceberg of insider corruption — noting that “corruption” could be just another word for business as usual … in certain circles. How does it stand up to Clinton’s corruption? Romney corruption? Bush corruption? Obama corruption?

    Cash aside, how does such “corruption” measure up next to the civil service employee making just under $200,000/annually who votes Democrat because it more or less guarantees his or her well-paid position in the government? Dishonesty is dishonesty. Stealing a nickel is still theft. Is there any real difference between a willingness to accept a bribe for $1,000 and one for $10,000?

    The Director of the FBI makes $184,000 annually. Christopher Wray’s net worth is $42 million. He doesn’t worry about the cost of living inside the Washington beltway. If it is true that his net worth is $42 million, he’s definitely sitting on a pile of cash. Should we anticipate that Mr. Wray will play ball with the President if it benefits him financially? How willing would Mr. Wray be to turn a blind eye to the corruption of a president’s son, or a member of Congress — and how willing would he be to do a favor for the party in power, such as raid a former president’s home?

    Right … land of the free, home of the brave. And other stuff.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I commented to Peter below, the tech bill that just bit the dust.. the so called Jim Jordan who was suppose to be above it all… hope he has an answer…
      I do think it has reached new heights with this one…my impression was that the hand outs were for the most part were for other than destroying our country and its interests before this incredible sell out to China. I do see a difference Mustang. Big time… stock trades and the like to benefit oneself, a road kickback one thing…then there is Fauci.. selling out to China and killing Americans?
      Makes Nixon’s little escapade look like child’s play.

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      • peter3nj Says:

        Bunker
        It should come as no surprise that if there is indeed a statesman anywhere in this country he’s choosing (chosen) to remain invisible. Trump was the closest we came since Reagan. Would though it were The Donald believed in the old adage “discretion is the better part of valor.”

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    • Bill Heffner Says:

      Well put. Why is it more likely that the Biden family will be investigated, let alone punished, than it is that the Clinton family will be, or the Obama family will be. Corruption is something that happens in Ukraine, or Saudi Arabia, or Afghanistan. It doesn’t happen here. At least not by that name.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        There is something about learning that while Joe was in China on Airforce one, the son Hunter was in the back arranging to sell out the USA for a buck that leaves a bad taste in my mouth.. Maybe it is the flagrant disregard… who knows. Some may call it treason,

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      • Bill Heffner Says:

        Like, maybe, Hillary selling uranium facilities to Russia?

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  6. peter3nj Says:

    Simply put it should be obvious why Tony Bobulinski is still above ground. The shameless corruption in all media along with the government’s alphabet agencies in league with the administration all the way down to democrat dog catchers is like a splinter in the eye to anyone who cares to look. Then there’s the ineptness of the republicans more concerned with picking petunias and begging for donations rather than shouting from the rooftops doesn’t help either.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The last white hats I had respect for went down the tubes with the tech bill…. been opposed by an unusual assortment of other GOP leaders, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.), Sens. Josh Hawley (Mo.) and Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee. I want to hear from Jim

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  7. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    “In the end, it was the FBI who effected the outcome of the 2020 election.”
    Lou Dobbs contends it was ultimately Bill Barr who knew the laptop was real and said nothing for fear of pulling a James Comey (Clinton e-mails) just before an election (my interpretation).

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