House Impeachment Inquiry Witness: Biden Family ‘Sold Out’ America

The Biden family “sold out” the United States to foreign countries for their personal profit, according to a witness who testified before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees.

On Tuesday, one of Hunter Biden’s former business partners, Tony Bobulinski, testified as part of the House’s impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

While the under-oath testimony was given behind closed doors, Newsmax obtained a copy of the opening statement he was prepared to give, which called out the Biden family multiple times.

Bobulinski, a veteran of the U.S. Navy, created SinoHawk Holdings with Hunter Biden in collaboration with CEFC — an energy company based in China.

“It is clear to me that Joe Biden was ‘the brand’ being sold by the Biden family,” Bobulinksi said in his opening statement. “His family’s foreign influence peddling operation … sold out to foreign actors who were seeking to gain influence and access to Joe Biden and the United States government.”

According to the statement, Bobulinski has provided significant evidence in recent years of the Biden family corruption, but the federal government has not only ignored his submissions, they’ve tried to suppress his evidence altogether.

“I have been falsely accused of being a purveyor of ‘Russian disinformation’ and a political surrogate,” Bobulinski declared in his opening statement. “My continuous efforts to inform the American people of the facts have been actively suppressed by both the United States government and the so-called ‘mainstream’ media.”

More so than perhaps any other source, Bobulinski claims that Biden wasn’t just a “participant in and beneficiary of his family’s business; he was an enabler.”

Bobulinski accused Biden of engaging in bribery with the CEFC and the Chinese Communist Party, as well as in Ukraine, where his son Hunter Biden worked with energy firm Burisma.

In December, the GOP-led House authorized an impeachment inquiry into Biden. If the committees charged with leading the inquiry choose to do so, they could refer the matter to the full House for an official impeachment vote.

The committees would have to charge Biden with “high crimes and misdemeanors” and then take a full vote over whether he should be impeached.