Whistleblower For Hunter Biden Laptop Explains How FBI Ghosted Him Entirely Prior To Election

One former FBI agent, known to be an avid hater of Trump, kneecapped the bureau’s probe of Hunter Biden’s laptop just prior to the elections of 2020 by entirely ghosting a primary whistleblower, the previous associate of Hunter Biden explained to Tucker Carlson in a Monday interview.

One former Hunter Biden pal and business associate, Tony Bobulunski, who came forward with extremely damning evidence concerning alleged corruption within the Biden family just a scant two week prior to the 2020 presidential elections, stated to Fox News that his FBI contact, Timothy Thibault, refused to follow up with him despite many promises to do so.

“Tim Thibault, in his last discussion with my legal counsel, said, ‘Listen, we know Tony’s cooperating. We appreciate all the information he’s provided. We will follow up with you. We are definitely going to have him come in for a follow-up interview, or spend some more time on this,’” stated Bobulinski to Carlson. “And I haven’t heard from him since. Nor have my lawyers.”

“That’s shocking,” responded Carlson to the statement.

“Uh, shocking, that would be one adjective,” expressed Bobulinski.

This particular interview confirmed a recent report from Miranda Devine, a columnist from the New York Post, concerning the alleged extraordinary efforts from Thibault to try and cancel the probe from taking place, which just might have shifted the results of the election. Known for departing the Bureau back in August under severely mysterious circumstances, Timothy Thibault was the key to hiding evidence that was contained on the laptop, explained Devine, the author of “Laptop From Hell.”

Devine explained that Bobulinsku’s “evidence appears to have fallen into the same black hole at the FBI as Hunter’s laptop, never to be seen again.”

After being abandoned by Hunter Biden at a computer repair shop out in Wilmington, Delaware, the laptop is thought to have been in FBI hands since near the end of 2019, well over a year before the elections were slated to take place. Various email, videos, text messages, and photos located on the device, which were outright ignored by legacy news outlets, highlight Hunter Biden as a drug-addled, venal degenerate and also spawn quite a few troubling questions about Old Uncle Joe’s own part in his son’s entirely corrupt work.

Thibault was set up as the point man for the Washington Field Office in charge of managing Bobulinski, as reported by Devine. After being put through an almost five-hour interview with the FBI on October 23, 2020, Bobulinski stated to agents that he knew the involvement of then-presidential candidate Joe Biden in his son’s shady international dealings.

In the wake of the interview, Bobulinksi and his lawyer were handed a cellphone number for Thibault and told that he would tell them about the next steps. This communication, however, never took place, and Bobulinski was never brought back in to testify before the grand jury from Delaware looking into Hunter Biden.

Throughout all of this, Thibault quickly retired during an investigation carried out by Special Counsel John Durham concerning his anti-Trump stance and activities. Chuck Grassley and  Ron Johnson, both Republican senators, openly accused Thibault of trying to interfere in the probe targeting Hunter Biden, and claim that they have well over a dozen whistleblowers that have told them that FBI officials blocked the investigations into the evidence-laden laptop.

“In October 2020, an avenue of additional derogatory Hunter Biden reporting was ordered closed at the direction of ASAC Thibault,” expressed Grassley via a letter addressed to FBI director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland.

One lawyer for Thibault outright denied Grassley’s allegations, claiming that the former agent “did not supervise the investigation of Hunter Biden.”

“In particular, Mr. Thibault was not involved in any decisions related to any laptop that may be at issue in that investigation and he did not seek to close the investigation.”

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