(Natural News) Mainstream news outlets continue to ignore Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s foreign business dealings. This is even as former Hunter Biden business associate Tony Bobulinksi continues to provide credible evidence of these corrupt dealings.
On Oct. 28, Tuesday, NewsBusters released a study showing that the Big Three broadcast networks, ABC, CBS and NBC, have only offered 21 minutes to the Biden scandal story since it broke on the front page of the New York Post on October 14. In comparison, the same networks dedicated 113 hours worth of morning and evening shows claiming that the story was Russian disinformation.
Big three networks refuse to cover Bobulinski’s revelations
Bobulinksi held a press conference prior to Thursday’s final presidential debate, where he detailed corruption allegations against the entire Biden family. The following day, however, the broadcast networks ignored the revelations.
Instead, any mention of the scandal was in the content of saying how Biden was “on offense” during the debate after Trump “went personal” and demanded answers about Hunter Biden’s deals in the Ukraine and China.
Even when they had the chance, media companies chose not to follow up on the story. During a report on NBC’s Today show on how big tech CEO’s are set to testify before Congress in response to Republican questions on why social media has tried to censor discussion on Hunter’s emails, correspondent Jo Ling Kent did not bring the scandal up at all.
The segment did manage to bring up some general complaints about big tech from conservatives. Kent, however, defaulted to simply parroting what Facebook has said.
“Facebook has consistently denied any bias against any political group, including conservatives,” she said. “And it maintains, Mark Zuckerberg included, that it is nonpartisan.”
On the other hand, ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS‘s This Morning did not even tell viewers that the hearings on Capitol Hill were taking place.
Bobulinski witnessed Biden’s China dealings
Bobulinksi has detailed how Hunter Biden has had profitable relations with Chinese technocrats and companies, all while using his father’s name to peddle influence.
Specifically, he talked about how he was brought in to be the CEO of SinoHawk Holdings, a partnership between the Biden family and Ye Jianming, founder and former chairman of CEFC China Energy Company Limited. (Related: House GOP introduces bill naming China top national security threat but Democrats won’t go along because Joe Biden, their candidate, appears compromised by Beijing.)
As part of this, he confirmed that a “JB” mentioned in an email obtained by Fox News in May referred to Joe Biden. The same email discussed a number of “remuneration packages” for six people involved in the business deal. In addition, it also included a note about an equity split, with 20 percent going to “H,” likely referring to Hunter Biden, and 10 percent going to “the big guy.”
“Hunter Biden called his dad ‘the Big Guy’ or ‘my Chairman,’ and frequently referenced asking him for his sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing,” Bobulinksi said.
Bobulinksi has also refuted the elder Biden’s claims that he never talked to his son about business.
“I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business,” Bobulinski stated. “I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line.”
In addition, Bobulinski claimed that Hunter Biden used the SinoHawk as “a personal piggy” bank. He claimed that the younger Biden would withdraw the money as soon as it came in, and that the Chinese investors didn’t care.
“I realized the Chinese were not really focused on a healthy financial ROI,” he said. “They were looking at this as a political or influence investment.”
For its part, the Biden campaign has released the former vice president’s tax documents and returns. These do not reflect any involvement with Chinese investments.
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