Hunter Biden referred to Joe Biden using nicknames for ‘plausible deniability’ in work emails

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my hunter son, the new film from Breitbart News, is a factual dramatization of the life of debauchery and corruption lived by first son Hunter Biden. Although the film takes some artistic liberties, many scenes depict true stories from the life of the scion Biden; this “True Fact” series will detail these details.

True Fact: Hunter Biden has referred to Joe Biden using pseudonyms in corporate communications, for “plausible deniability”.

Hunter Biden has referred to his father using nicknames — such as “the big guy” — to keep “plausible deniability” under scrutiny, his former business partner has revealed.

Tony Bobulinski came forward in 2020, following the New York Post‘s reporting on the “Laptop from Hell”, to confirm that the mention of the “big guy” in an email regarding a deal with Chinese partners was, in fact, Joe Biden.

“I heard Joe Biden say he never discussed his relationship with Hunter. That’s not true. I have first-hand knowledge of this because I’ve dealt directly with the Biden family, including Joe Biden,” Bobulinski said at a press conference ahead of the 2020 election.

Tony Bobulinski, who claims to have been an associate of Hunter Biden, leaves after speaking to reporters at a hotel in Nashville, Tennessee on October 22, 2020, before the final presidential debate. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

He told the New York Post in an interview that he even had a meeting with Joe Biden, after which he was told by the current president’s brother that they maintain “plausible deniability” about his involvement.

“Hunter, Jim and I are there, and Hunter gets up and talks to his dad when he comes in,” Bobulinski told the Job in an interview, where he detailed how Joe Biden was intimately involved in the family business. “He then brings Joe over and introduces me, saying he’s the one helping us with the business we do with the Chinese.”

US President Joe Biden (left) alongside his son Hunter Biden leaves Holy Spirit Catholic Church after attending mass in Johns Island, South Carolina on August 13, 2022. (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP via Getty Pictures)

Bobulinski also told the Job back when the Biden family was unafraid of being caught up in their corruption because the way they concealed Joe’s role allowed for “plausible deniability.” He attributed this quote to Joe Biden’s brother, Jim Biden.

“I said, ‘Jim, how do you do that, does that sound crazy? He looks at me and kind of laughs and says, “Plausible deniability,” Bobulinski said.

Bobulinski posted a trove of texts in 2020, with one from another Bidens associate warning not to mention Joe Biden by name in writing, adding that the family is “paranoid.”

“Don’t mention Joe being involved, it’s only when you [sic] are face to face, I know you [sic] know it but they are paranoid,” reads a screenshot of the post.

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