"How Are You Getting Away With This?" Jim Biden: "Plausible Deniability"
One big question stemming from the Hunter Biden fallout was just how insulated was Joe Biden from his son and brother's business dealings?
We've seen messages indicating that code names were used, "Big Guy" and "Chairman" to refer to Joe Biden. Tony Bobulinski, the former CEO picked by both men, had confirmed that these were ways to refer to Joe Biden.
We've also seen a message stating that the level of paranoia was such that Joe Biden's name could only be mentioned face to face. That was certainly convenient.
In Tony Bobulinski's latest interview, he discusses his two meetings with Joe Biden that seem to have followed the usual pattern of the Biden clan, an introduction to Joe to show off their connection, but without the truly bottom line discussions, while Hunter and Jim would in the future relay messages from the Big Guy or the Chairman.
Plausible deniaiblity. Literally.
Bobulinski recalled bringing up his concerns with Jim Biden the following day after his meeting with the former vice president that their business dealings with the Chinese could impact his brother’s 2020 presidential aspirations.
“I know Joe decided not to run in 2016, but what if he ran in the future? 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? Like, aren’t you concerned?'”
“And he certainly looked at me and he laughed a little bit and said, ‘plausible deniability.'” Bobulinski said.
The plausible deniability covered Joe Biden, which means he was hanging his brother and son out to dry. The setup protected Joe's political career, because it brought in the money, while leaving Jim and Hunter with no protection. It's strikingly cynical. But that's the Biden crime family.