Former business associate of the Biden family Tony Bobulinski sat for an hour-long interview with Fox News‘ Tucker Carlson last night.
In the interview Bobulinski divulges that VP Joe Biden’s brother, Jim Biden, took efforts to keep his brother distanced from the apparently corrupt dealings the family conducted with foreign actors all over the world. That distance was what allowed the dealings to continue, Jim Biden says.
“I’m the son of a Naval officer, I was a naval officer myself,” Bobulinski said. “Because I held a Q clearance, which is the equivalent of a top-secret clearance, we’re audited every year. So if you receive a gift – I think the barrier was $25 – anything larger than $25, we had to disclose it to the government. Because anybody with a clearance, the government is watching closely that they’re not influence by the Russians, the Iranians, the Chinese, and stuff like that.”
“As I was listening to Jim [Biden] walk through this…I’m thinking about the Biden family, like, how are they doing this…aren’t they taking political risk or headline risk? And I remember looking at Jim Biden and saying how are you guys getting away with this? Aren’t you concerned? And he looked me, and he laughed a little bit, and said, ‘plausible deniability.’”
“He said that out loud?” Carlson asks.
“Yes, he said directly to me one-on-one in a cabana at the Peninsula Hotel after a about 1 1/2 -2 hour meeting,” Bobulinski said.
“He said to your face, essentially, we’re lying about it,” Carlson follows up.
“Anyone watching this interview can look up what plausible deniability means and the definition is very distinct,” Bobulinski responds.