Even though just-retired FBI agent Timothy Thibault’s attorneys have said he had no involvement with the Hunter Biden case, he apparently was “point man” on it and deep-sixed the information provided by Hunter’s business associate Tony Bobulinski, according to the NEW YORK POST’s Miranda Devine, who broke the original laptop story shortly before the 2020 election.
Devine has learned that days after her story broke, Bobulinski, a decorated naval officer and very credible witness with a top-secret security clearance, was actually interviewed by four FBI agents for five-and-a-half hours about then-candidate Joe Biden’s knowledge of his son’s business dealings. He gave them “chapter and verse,” she says. This was the day after Bobulinski gave his press conference saying the elder Biden was “the Big Guy” who was to receive 10 percent of the proceeds from a deal with Chinese energy company CEFC. An email to that effect had been found on the laptop, and Bobulinski told the FBI he personally had met with the former Vice President twice about the CEFC deal.
Bobulinski also turned over to the FBI three cellphones with encrypted messages among Hunter Biden and his business associates, plus emails and financial documents for what we like to call “Biden, Inc.” He and his attorney were given Thibault’s cellphone number and were told he would be their “point man” at the FBI. They never heard from Thibault again.
Everything Bobulinski gave them appears to have gone down a black hole. There supposedly is an investigation going on into Hunter Biden’s financial dealings at the FBI field office in Baltimore and the U.S. attorney’s office in Delaware, but, unbelievably, Bobulinski has never been subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury that was convened in Delaware last year.
Miranda Devine has more details of Bobulinski’s FBI interview.