Blaze Media | by Samuel Mangold-Lenett | March 27, 2022
Republicans in the House of Representatives plan to subpoena Hunter Biden after the 2022 midterm elections and force him to answer a series of questions about his foreign business dealings and the contents of his infamous laptop.
Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), who currently serves as the House GOP conference chair, said, “We will subpoena Hunter Biden,” the New York Post reported.
Biden, the 52-year-old trouble child of the Biden family and youngest son of President Joe Biden, previously abandoned his personal laptop at a computer repair shop in Delaware in the Spring of 2019. The computer’s hard drive contained years’ worth of correspondence over emails and texts, legal documents, and photos that detailed the younger Biden’s international business ventures.
The owner of the computer repair shop made copies of the laptop’s hard drive and provided them to the FBI and Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and advisor to former President Donald Trump. Ultimately, the New York Post obtained a copy of the hard drive and ran an expose a month before the 2020 presidential election which was suppressed by Facebook and Twitter and largely ignored by legacy-corporate media.
At the time, Biden’s laptop was falsely dismissed by the media and many in the American intelligence community as “Russian propaganda.”
Accusing these entities of collaborating to benefit the First Family, Stefanik said, “It should concern every American that they did this for the Biden family’s financial gain, which came at the cost of our national security.”
One of the questions, Republicans in Congress are most seeking for an answer for from Biden is who the moniker “the big guy” refers to in emails to one of his business partners. “The big guy” is described as a partner in a Chinese business venture and is entitled to 10 percent of the venture’s profits; “the big guy’s” shares were to be held for him by Hunter Biden.
“That’s one of the critical questions — perhaps the most critical question,” said Stefanik.
Stefanik stated that she believes “the big guy” is none other than Hunter’s father, Joe Biden.
Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of Hunter’s, said that there is “no question” that Joe Biden was “the big guy.”
“The American people absolutely deserve answers,” Stefanik said. “There is no greater ethical concern or frankly conspiracy … whether this president is compromised because of his illegal ties to his family members.”