A Department of Justice official confirmed the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates in 2019. It is still active:

A justice department official has confirmed to Sinclair Broadcast Group that the FBI opened up a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden and his associates back in 2019, focused on allegations of money-laundering and that the probe remains active.

Sinclair investigative reporter James Rosen has also spoken with a central witness in these allegations, which suggests that former vice president Joe Biden knew more than he has acknowledged about his son’s overseas dealings.

The FBI interviewed Tony Bobulinski, a former Hunter associate, for five hours last Friday. The agency listed him as a “material witness.”

Fox News reported last week that Hunter’s laptop has a link to an FBI money laundering probe. Fox News received a document called a “Receipt for Property” FBI form. The Case ID is 272D-BA-3065729.

The document provides information about the FBI’s “interactions with John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of ‘The Mac Shop’ who reported the laptop’s contents to authorities.”

The FBI’s website and other officials said the number 272 is the classification number for money laundering. 272D is “Money Laundering, Unknown SUA [Specified Unlawful Activity]—White Collar Crime Program.”

Bobulinski has been in the spotlight after he called out Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden over his lies about talking business with Hunter.

Bobulinski has also provided more evidence of the shady dealings within the Biden family and China.


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