Biden Whistle-Blower Says Dem Presidential Candidate “COMPROMISED” By China

( Tony Bobulinski, the former business partner of Hunter Biden, revealed plenty of new details about deals made by the son of former Vice President Joe Biden during an hour-long interview on Tuesday night. During the interview, Bobulinski said that he believes that the Biden family, including Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, has spent so many years dealing with the Chinese that he would be “compromised” by China if he won the presidential election.

Bobulinski and Fox News played audio of Rob Walker, the self-described representative of the Biden family and former Clinton administration official, pleading with him not to go public with the story as it would “bury” them all. He also provided emails and text messages from Hunter Biden and other Biden associates that suggest Joe Biden was intimately familiar with business dealings with China and Ukraine during his time as vice president.

Carlson asked Bobulinski what his personal opinion was of Joe Biden’s ability to deal with China should he win the presidential election.

“So I think Joe Biden and the Biden family are compromised,” the former Biden business associate said. “Obviously, I’d reference that I held a Q clearance, you’re briefed on compromise and who you’re able to talk with and deal and do business with.”

Bobulinski said that he doesn’t see, how given the facts and the history, Joe could not be influenced by the Chinese.

“I just don’t’ see, given the history here and the facts, how Joe can’t be influenced in some manner based on the history that they have here with CEFC and stuff like that,” he said. “So as a citizen and an American taxpayer, I’m very, very concerned.”

During the interview, Bobulinski gave details about how Joe Biden allegedly knew about the business deals being made by his son Hunter and his brother Jim. At one point, he even claimed that during a meeting with Joe Biden, he said that they had “plausible deniability” that allowed Joe to get away with making foreign business deals during his time as vice president.