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New Info Further Ties ‘Big Guy’ Biden and FBI to 2020 Election Interference

'The Election was RIGGED, the FBI is corrupt!!! ... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) The FBI agent accused of sidelining the investigation of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop from hell was the same allegedly corrupt agent who was assigned to handle the witness who was key to the case.

Timothy Thibault, the FBI agent accused of interfering in the Hunter Biden case and who was officially escorted from FBI HQ last week, was assigned by the agency’s Washington Field Office as “point man” to manage Tony Bobulinski, Hunter’s partner in nefarious business dealings.

Thibault instead suppressed whatever bombshell revelations Bobulinsky made in the direct run-up to the 2020 election, reported the New York Post.

After spilling more than five hours worth of insider knowledge about then-candidate Joe Biden pulling strings to benefit Hunter’s shady business deals with China, along with his ties to corrupt Ukrainian energy company Burisma, the likely damning information disappeared.

Along with details from the interview, lost into bureau ether were “three cellphones containing encrypted messages between Hunter and his business partners, along with emails and financial documents detailing the Biden family’s corrupt influence-peddling operation in foreign countries during Joe’s vice presidency,” reported the Post. 

Before his interview with FBI agents, Bobulinski went public with revelations that Joe Biden was the “Big Guy” referenced in laptop emails who was supposed to get a 10% cut of the take from a pricey deal with Chinese energy firm CEFC and its deep connections to the Chinese military.

“The fired FBI Agent, it was just reported, was given the Laptop from Hell 11 days before the Presidential Election,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “He would  NOT reveal it to anyone, knowing it would knock Biden out of the race – wouldn’t even be close.

“The Election was RIGGED, the FBI is corrupt!!!”

Coinciding with the new reporting on Thibault’s myriad transgressions dealing with the Hunter Biden case, the New York Post also reported that a top official at the U.S. Justice Department was a law partner with Hunter Biden’s attorney, Chris Clark.

On at least four high-profile cases, Clark, a partner at New York-based firm Latham & Watkins, worked with Nicholas McQuaid, who was also a partner at the practice, according to court records.

McQuaid was named acting head of the Justice Department’s criminal division on Jan 20, 2021 — the day President Biden was inaugurated, the Post reported.

Despite the key testimony and evidence provided by Bobulinski having gone missing, he has not been contacted by the U.S. attorney or called before a grand jury.

FBI Director Christopher Wray during a congressional hearing last month called the alleged malfeasance linked to the Hunter Biden investigation and Thibault “deeply troubling,” but tapped around any action the agency was taking in response to the whistleblower report.

“It’s yet another abject failure of accountability in a long list,” Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, told The Post about the connection between DOJ top brass and Hunter Biden’s attorney.

“If Republicans retake a majority in the Senate, the department can expect additional pressure and process from me as chairman [of the Judiciary Committee ] and from my colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

“We’d be seeking information from dozens of individuals, and empowered by a committee majority — we’d no longer just be asking,” Grassley said.

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