‘Nope’: Jim Biden refuses to answer Fox reporter’s questions on family business deals
Jim Biden refused to talk to Fox News about his brother, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, and his business ventures involving China. He went out of his way to avoid answering any questions having to do with the family business. Reporters cornered Jim outside his Maryland home over claims the former vice president had knowledge about the family’s overseas business ventures.
“I don’t want to comment about anything,” Jim Biden said. When asked if he would answer questions, Biden said: “Nope.” You can bet he also has attorneys on speed dial concerning this whole mess.
Fox News reported that two sources confirmed the man was Jim Biden, including a neighbor who viewed a picture of the footage. The Eastern Shore house is linked to Jim Biden in public records.
The confrontation came just a day after Tucker Carlson interviewed Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, on his show over the Hunter laptop story. Emails discovered on the laptop and thousands of others turned over to Peter Schweizer, a notable writer and political analyst, implicate Joe Biden in shady Chinese business deals. Bobulinski exposed and verified all of that on Fox in an exclusive interview and stated that the former vice president’s denials of knowledge or involvement in his son’s foreign dealings are “a blatant lie.” It was riveting.
Bobulinski came across as very credible and Sen. Ron Johnson, the chairman of the Senate homeland security panel, told the Daily Caller that all the materials reviewed so far have turned out to be legitimate.
When Jim Biden was asked why he and Hunter Biden allegedly wanted to meet with Bobulinski, he asked: “What are you talking about?” Then he growled, “Would you please stop bothering me?”
Bobulinski, who is a retired lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and a former CEO of SinoHawk Holdings, said he raised concerns in 2017 to the former vice president’s brother Jim Biden, about Joe Biden’s alleged ties to a possible joint venture with a Chinese energy firm. He referred to a partnership between the CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming and the two Biden family members.
“I remember saying, ‘How are you guys getting away with this?’ ‘Aren’t you concerned?’” he told Carlson. And then came the kicker which has the ring of truth to it big time. He claimed that Jim Biden chuckled. “‘Plausible deniability.’ He said it directly to me in a cabana at the Peninsula Hotel,” Bobulinski said. When Jim was queried on the “plausible deniability” claim, he refused to answer and walked inside the home. Smart call, legally.
SinoHawk was set up with three other people – family friend Rob Walker, British businessman James Gilliar, and former Navy lieutenant and businessman Tony Bobulinski. So, Bobulinski is damning to the claims of innocence by the Bidens.
Joe Biden is also silent on Bobulinski’s revelations. His campaign declined to comment on the meeting Biden allegedly had with Bobulinski. Biden himself has not yet directly addressed Bobulinski’s claims from “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”