The New York Times has filed a lawsuit against the State Department, requesting emails from the Romanian embassy officials sent between 2015 and 2019. Specifically, they want any emails that mention Hunter Biden or his former associate Tony Bobulinski. Tony Bobulinski was the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings a partnership between the Biden family and CEFC/Chairman Ye.
Tony Bobulinski said that Joe Biden played a pivotal part in all of Hunter’s business dealings, even though he claimed he knew nothing about Hunter’s shady deals:
“Hunter Biden called his dad “the Big Guy” or “my Chairman” and frequently referenced asking him for the sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing. I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen first hand 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 a new lawsuit on Monday, the newspaper sued the State Department to obtain emails from Romanian embassy officials sent between 2015 and 2019 mentioning a number of international business people, including the president’s son and his former business associate TONY BOBULINSKI, who briefly became a political celebrity at the end of the 2020 election because of his Biden connections.”
One of the Times’ goals in the suit appears to be finding out whether embassy officials did any favors on behalf of private businesses (including, presumably, that of the president’s son) that would raise questions about possible conflicts of interest and corruption.
Specifically, the request seeks records about “(1) the possible improper use of federal government resources to assist and advance private business interests with connections to United States government officials and (2) the possible evasion of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) by those private business interests, and (3) the non-enforcement of FARA by the federal government in relation to those private business interests.”
The FOIA requests are a sign that the paper is still investigating the web of international business relationships cultivated by the president’s son. Senate Republicans in 2020 searched for evidence that then-vice president Biden manipulated Ukraine policies to benefit his son but failed to prove any wrongdoing by Biden himself.
If the New York Times can pin anything on Hunter and ties in with Joe, there could be an impeachment in his future. The prosecutor that Biden had fired was investigating a money-laundering scheme. Burisma sent $16 million to Latvia disguised as a loan to a company named Wirelogic who immediately sent the money to Cyprus as a loan to a company named Digitech.
The money was spent from there with three million going to Hunter Biden. No company borrows $16 million in order to loan it to another company. This is a classic money-laundering trick.