Last Updated on October 27, 2020
Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden has apparently decided the best strategy for defending against the mountain of evidence that points to a deeply corrupt Biden family and a scandal that threatens his 47-year political life is to pretend it doesn’t exist.
At one of his last in-person campaign appearances before election day, Biden of asked by a Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, television reporter about the scandal that erupted after The New York Post published the contents of a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden. The contents of that laptop included evidence that the Biden family – including Joe Biden – is deeply entangled in an influence-for-profit scheme that stretches from Ukraine to China.
But as the reporter was about to finish his question, Biden cut him off mid-sentence.
“There is no controversy,” Biden defensively jabbed. “That’s all a lie. It’s a flat lie because the president has nothing else to run on. If you noticed, while the American people are talking about what’s happening to their families; he has no plan and at the debate, he has no plan.”
As the reporter watched on in stunned silence, Biden continued to spin, “Everything from Wall Street Journal, other major news outlet said what he is saying is simply not true about my son, but it’s classic Trump,” responded Biden.
Interviewer: "Questions and controversy continue today about Hunter Biden, your son-"
Biden: "There is no controversy about my son. That's a hell of a lie. That's a flat lie because the president has nothing to run on… it's classic Trump." pic.twitter.com/MQQGvddrHO
— Andrew Solender (@AndrewSolender) October 24, 2020
In addition to the reporting by the New York Post and The Wall Street Journal – and despite the social media censorship blackout on the story, a former CEO in the company involved, and a recipient of one of the more damning emails confirms the information’s validity.
Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden’s whose name appears in the recipient list of the email published by the New York Post and now in the possession of the FBI, verifies that “the big guy” is, indeed, Joe Biden.
“What I am outlining is fact,” Bobulinski told reporters. “I know it is fact because I lived it… 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.”
Biden has called a lid on all personal appearances until Election Day. Some believe this is to avoid further damage to his campaign that the Biden family corruption scandal might cause.