SinoHawk Dropped 'Big Guy's' Name in 2017, Promising 'Friendly Relations' with Colombian Leaders in Effort to Secure Chinese Oil Deal

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Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski will be interviewed at 8 pm Tuesday night on Tucker Carlson’s show and no doubt the subject of a failed investment deal with a Chinese energy firm CEFC will be the main topic of discussion — and whether or not SinoHawk, Bobulinkski and Hunter Biden’s investment company, was using Hunter’s father (and former Vice President) Joe Biden as a way to convince Chinese investors to participate.

According to a raft of documents Bobulinski has turned over to federal legislators and investigators, they most certainly did, most notably by suggesting the elder Biden had “friendly relations” with leaders in oil rich and troubled Latin America as evidenced by a 2017 investment outline the company produced.

Some of the documents Bobulinski turned over — after SinoHawk failed to secure the $10 million investment partnership it sought and after Bobulinski discovered the firm wired $5 million over the course of a year to Hunter Biden’s law firm in a secret side deal with Hunter and his uncle James Biden — prove that Joe Biden’s name and image were used in a sales prospectus. The Daily Caller News Foundation reports:

A section of the sales proposal entitled “Colombia — Gateway to Latin America,” features a photo from Dec. 1, 2016, of then-Vice President Joe Biden shaking hands with Santos, who served as president of Colombia through 2018.

“The relationship between Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and Joe Biden has been a strong one throughout the Obama administration,” reads the document.

“Mr. Biden pledged his strong personal support of the peace process and offered congratulations to Mr. Santos while underscoring ‘the importance of maintaining bipartisan support for Colombia in the United States Congress,’” the investment outline says.

SinoHawk was seeking to secure potential investments for CEFC China Energy in Oman, Romania, Luxembourg and Colombia, and Bobulinski insists that contrary to Joe Biden’s claims he was never involved in Hunter’s business dealings, the former VP knew about them and he and his family members “‘aggressively leveraged’ their family name to secure foreign business deals.”

Interestingly, the SinoHawk deal fell apart the same month CEFC began wiring Hunter Biden’s law firm $5 million in a side deal Bobulinski says he knew nothing about.

Bobulinski met with the FBI on Friday and has turned over his documents and text/phone records to the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (HSGAC)