“Plausible Deniability”


" … the former CEO of SinoHawk Holdings, which he said was the 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.

He claims that Jim Biden chuckled.

"'Plausible Deniability,' he said it directly to me in a cabana at the Peninsula Hotel,” he said.

In the interview, he outlines how an alleged meeting with Joe Biden took place on May 2, 2017. Fox News first reported text messages that indicated such a meeting. Bobulinski said that it was the Bidens, not him, who had pushed the meeting.

“They were sort of wining and dining me and presenting the strength of the Biden family to get me engaged and to take on the CEO role to develop SinoHawk in the U.S. and around the world in partnership with CEFC,” he said.

He went at length into how Joe Biden arrived for a Milken conference, partly held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, and how he was introduced by Jim and Hunter Biden to the former vice president.

"I didn't request to meet with Joe" Biden, he said. "They requested that I meet with Joe [Biden]. They were putting their entire family legacy on the line. They knew exactly what they were doing.""  FN


Bobulinski is a successful international business hustler.  I know the type well.  The Biden familia wanted him in this China deal for the purpose of having him hold the reins of this enterprise even as they looted it for the purpose of quickly enriching the fam.  

A TV commentator remarked last night after watching the interview that this defection from the Biden camp is reflective of an old  business truth which can be stated as "don't screw your partner if he has enough material to sink you."

I am unimpressed with selfless patriotism as Bobu's most basic motivation in sticking it to Joe, Jimmy and Hunter Biden.  A sense of betrayal in a business deal wrecked by the Bidens' overwhelming greed and their desire to consolidate family riches as fast as they could is a more plausible. motivation.

This does not mean that Bobu is not telling the truth.  His collection of e-mails addressed to him and incriminating memoranda is most impressive.

IMO, what has been revealed is a truth with regard to the Biden crime family.  They are nouveau riche grifters who will have a much grander stage for their efforts if Joe is elected as a presidential figurehead.  pl 


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14 Responses to “Plausible Deniability”

  1. Deap says:

    Did Hunter Biden’s young business partners bring anything of value to the table, or were they just name brand ride-alongs too. Archer, Conley, Heinz, etc. Biden was running a very leaky ship, with such a large but relatively unsophisticated and compromised entourage.

  2. jonst says:

    I am, and I’m sure this is not an original observation, because it’s as the Col notes, singularly unimpressed with the entire lot of them. Bobo, Jim B, Hunter B, Duncan Hunter, Joe B, Bulger’s nephew, I’ve seen more gravitas among bookies, juicemen, and fences, that I grew up with in NYC. And I mean that. Not a throw away line. And THESE guys will run the show? And Harris I find singularity creep, artificial, and somehow just down right inappropriate. I would not select any of them to run a post office.

  3. NancyK says:

    I guess it comes down to a choice between the grifters we know and the grifters we don’t know. I still trust Joe Biden more than Trump.

  4. Bill H says:

    I got a little tired of the man making so much of his “service to his country.” Not that it isn’t worth quite a lot and I respect him for it, but four years… I served six years, and what I dwell on is how much I loved serving in submarines and the enormous degree that it contributed to building my character. The degree to which my service benefited my country was trivial. It benefited me enormously.
    Like you, I think he is telling the truth in that interview.

  5. turcopolier says:

    What is the evidence that Trump is a “grifter?” Not accusations, evidence?

  6. Rick Merlotti says:

    After 4 plus years of the intelligence agencies and MSM looking under every conceivable rock, you think that there is anything left to find about Trump? You are delusional and headed for a massive case of buyer’s remorse if swiss-cheese-for-brains gets in.

  7. Diana L Croissant says:

    Thank you for asking that question. I was about to ask it myself. My understanding is that Trump’s children are working for him as he is President for little pay. They may be still handling Trump business accounts; but it seems they work for his White House office and its many functions–and for his campaign.
    I still believe in the American middle class, the people who make American run. These are the people at his rallies, wearing MAGA hats, and showing up in overflow numbers.
    They are not people who are easily swayed by “false prophets.”
    Trump keeps pointing out how well our economy was doing UNTIL China sent the virus (and, I DO believe they sent it). He promises the return of that economy.
    That is why Biden now is totally into frightening people about COVID and pushing masks and social distancing. He is afraid that Trump will indeed be able to bring back a good economy. He doesn’t know how to do that, as is clear by this desperate attempt to cover up his shady dealings with first Ukraine and now China.
    Where I live, a large percentage of our population are clearly very tired and bored with the COVID scare. We still do as our DEMOCRAT Governor, who hails from the People’s Republic of Boulder, Colorado, and the University of Colorado, where Socialist, Marxist, and Ultra Feminists rule in the Arts and Humanities. We call Boulder “forty square miles surrounded by reality.” Unfortunately, the Boulder/Denver triangle contains the largest voting block. We used to be able to count on Colorado Springs, but the universities in that area and into Pueblo have also been taken over by the leftists.
    What is also clear is that Biden’s real hope was to build his own family dynasty by using the Presidency as nothing but a cash cow for him and his inept and useless son.
    I don’t care really what Bobulinski’s motives were for coming forward with his documents and emails, I’m just thankful that he did. I hope it wasn’t too late. And I’m thankful he chose Tucker Carlson’s show as the place to do it.

  8. akaPatience says:

    Joe Biden doesn’t seem to be the brightest bulb for someone with a JD. To wit: why didn’t he just offer that he’s given his son some fatherly advice about business now and then? Instead, he’s repeatedly and categorically denied discussing ANYTHING with his son about his business dealings, which we now know is provably false. I’m no lawyer but I’d think Joe’s repeated lying infers a tacit admission of guilt. Deniability doesn’t seem plausible in this case.
    I’d even go so far as to infer that Joe’s gotten away with business dealings of this sordid sort for SO long that he’s become sloppy (e.g., the braggadocio ON VIDEO of withholding US aid to Ukraine until its solicitor investigating Burisma, which was paying his son $50-80 thousand per month, was fired.) He obviously has the [justifiable] expectation of never being held accountable.

  9. JohninMK says:

    Did anyone else clock his comment that he wasn’t being paid, not even expenses, for all these trips. He said he was funding them himself, presumably until the $5M arrived.
    Then it didn’t but the Bidens got their $5M. The Bidens arrogance just piles onto their stupidity. Did they really think that kind of operator would take it lying down?

  10. eakens says:

    NancyK. It unfortunately appears a vaccine for covid is way ahead of anything for TDS

  11. smoke says:

    @ Diana Croissant
    With one foot in Colorado Springs, I’d like to suggest that you may be overstating the weight of the local colleges in ColSpr’s growing Democrat numbers. El Paso county election results have remained fairly reliably Republican, if not by as sure a margin as once.
    Population growth may be more significant mover, the high rate of in-migration to Colorado, esp Denver. The seven county Greater Denver-Boulder area, with a population of 3.3 million, grew 1.1% last year, and has grown as fast or faster in the previous ten years. In number, the Denver population has grown faster than anywhere else in the state. In the past ten years the population of Denver Co alone increased 21%.
    Colorado Springs/ El Paso Co. has grown quickly in the same period, but not as much as Denver. The current population of 720,000 increased 16% from ten years ago. A good part of this growth has been driven by Denver’s growth and skyrocketing housing prices. A house costs much less in El Paso County.
    Too many Denverites are choosing to commute an hour+ from ColSpr to Denver, as seen by the explosion of new housing at the north end of El Paso County and the now-daily traffic crawl at rush hour on I-25 between ColSpr and Denver. Just try to get up to the speed limit on that stretch. The state is adding extra lanes as fast as it can. It appears that Denver attitudes move in with many of these commuters. Is ColSpr fated to become a bedroom community?
    Finally, Colorado appears to be one of the places attracting migrants from the blighted, overbuilt, overdetermined coasts. Again, newcomers arrive with attitudes from the places they left.
    I am hoping that the open skies and spaces, the particular self-reliance of rural Colorado, and the more democratic openness to citizen initiatives via the ballot will mellow their views.
    This level of population growth and shifting politics, lacking a concommitant growth in productivity of local biz and industry, is not viewed with equanimity by older inhabitants of ColSpr. IMO It would be best if Colorado remained independent, with reasonable political compromise and collaboration between parties, as before it has been.
    Is a comparable dynamic underway north of Denver in your direction?

  12. pl and NancyK,
    In reference to Trump’s reputation as a grifter, I offer the following sample:
    – He paid $2 million in fines and had to close down the Trump Foundation for using it as a personal piggy bank.
    – The Eric Trump Foundation was forced to close for similar grift. It was funneling money into Trump family businesses and accounts. It’s wasn’t like the family directly stole money from kids with cancer, but it ended up doing just that.
    – His friend Bannon’s recent grift with his Build the Wall Foundation, along with Manafort’s tax and bank fraud convictions, and Cohen’s conviction for paying hush money for Trump’s sexual escapades.
    – The sham Trump University was forced to close with a $25 million settlement to two class action lawsuits and a NY civil lawsuit.
    None of this sunk Trump. What it did do was inure the American public to the increasing shittyness of our politician’s behavior. Hunter’s antics would have caused Joe to withdraw from public life ten years ago, but today it’s just par for the course.

  13. turcopolier says:

    My friend, as I have told you before, you have no real knowledge of practice in the business world. Nobody says Trump has sold the US for his family’s profit.

  14. smoke says:

    @ TTG & turcopelier –
    Amusing to me that this almost exactly mirrors an exchange between me and the beloved spouse. He as TTG, I as our esteemed host, though I was less articulate.
    Except that I was the one lamenting that voters won’t care enough about Biden, because most assume that politicians are corrupted, one way or another, these days. I don’t believe this started with Trump. When voters see one career politician after another retire from the White House as a rich man, having begun as men of no independent means or inherited wealth, it becomes clear.
    What may have changed, with Trump, was that the legacy media held back very little in their determination to destroy Trump. So they shone a light on his shadier business practices. Trump supporters counterattacked by publicly outing some aspects of the political grift. Biden is a particularly easy target.

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