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 October 3, 2022 5:53pm EDT
Hunter Biden committed ‘fraud’ against business partners, Tony Bobulinski tells Tucker Carlson
Bobulinski’s interview will air on Tuesday’s ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’

By Brian Flood | Fox News

Tony Bobulinski says his former associate, Hunter Biden, committed crimes against his business partners by tampering with key documents to funnel over $5 million into a company he owned.

"It’s called fraud," Bobulinski told Fox News host Tucker Carlson, during an in-depth conversation that will air during "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Tuesday.

Bobulinski, a retired lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, is the former CEO of SinoHawk Holdings, which he has long said was the partnership between a Chinese energy firm and the Biden family. He believes Hunter Biden changed references to a SinoHawk-linked LLC called Oneida Holdings in a 2017 limited liability company agreement to divert millions of dollars to a company he held a larger stake in.

"It's sort of staggering that that document is exactly the same document as SinoHawk Holdings, LLC. And it appears that Hunter Biden, Jim Biden and the Biden family literally copied the same document down to typos… they removed Oneida Holdings, which was the Delaware LLC that represented Jim Biden, Hunter Biden, myself, Rob Walker and James Gilliar," Bobulinski said.

"Hunter and his lawyer, Jorge Misires, replaced it with Owasco, which was Hunter Biden's law firm or business that he operated," Bobulinski said. "He effectively swapped out an entity that he owned 20% of to a business that he owned 100% of, which is fraud."

Carlson then asked Bobulinski if he saw any other possible explanation than fraud committed by Hunter Biden.

"I'm sure you can reach out to the Biden family and get comment from them, but there are calls," Bobulinski said. "He received over $5 million."

October 3, 2022 2:32pm EDT
Darrell Brooks trial: Defendant disrupts court as jury selection begins in Waukesha Christmas parade attack
Waukesha District Attorney Sue Opper suggested a deputy place Darrell Brooks in a gag after numerous outbursts
By Michael Ruiz | Fox News

Waukesha Christmas parade attack suspect Darrell Brooks was placed in a separate room Monday as the court attempted to begin the jury selection process in a trial over his alleged November rampage that killed six and injured dozens of innocent revelers.

Brooks, now 40, allegedly plowed an SUV through a procession down Main Street in Waukesha last November, fatally striking six and injuring dozens more. He asked to represent himself last week.

The judge ordered him removed from the court multiple times during the proceedings, in which Brooks complained about paperwork, claimed he didn’t recognize his own name and claimed to be a "sovereign citizen" not subject to the court’s jurisdiction, according to FOX 6 Milwaukee.

After another outburst, Judge Jennifer R. Dorow warned that she would hold Brooks in contempt of court, and eventually Waukesha District Attorney Sue Opper suggested a deputy place Brooks in a gag, according to the station.

"Obviously, this guy clearly has issues, and now you’re throwing sovereign citizen issues on top of it. There’s really no way that we’re going to see a typical jury trial," Neama Rahmani, a Los Angeles-based former federal prosecutor following the case, told Fox News Digital on Monday.

And Brooks’ antics could provide him with ammunition for a future appeal, Rahmani added.

"It’s really going to be hard to try him in absentia because he’s representing himself," he said. "It creates an appellate issue, an unnecessary appellate issue. He has a right to be present, but obviously he doesn’t have a right to act the way that he is."

Dorow last week found Brooks fit to stand trial and allowed him to waive his right to have an attorney and represent himself — but Monday’s fiasco could lead to Brooks, at least temporarily, being deemed incompetent, as happened in the case against Idaho "cult mom" Lori Vallow, whose trial saw months of delays as she underwent mental health treatment, Rahmani said. "Ultimately, her competency was restored. That’s something that may be in issue here."

Darrell Brooks looks up during jury selection as he appears via video from an adjacent courtroom due to him continually interrupting Judge Jennifer Dorow in a Waukesha County Circuit Court during jury selection in Waukesha on Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. Brooks, who is representing himself during the trial, is charged with driving into the Waukesha Christmas Parade last year killing six people and injuring dozens more. He faces six counts of first-degree intentional homicide and 71 other counts.   (Pool via Mike De Sisti / The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

 October 3, 2022 7:07pm EDT
Austin mayor slammed by police advocates for falling asleep during fallen officer's funeral
'I want to express my deepest apologies to the family of Officer Martin,' Austin Mayor Steve Adler said
By Paul Best | Fox News

Law enforcement advocates are sounding off after Austin Mayor Steve Adler appeared to fall asleep during a funeral on Monday for fallen police officer Anthony "Tony" Martin, who died in a tragic car crash last month.

Justin Berry, a member of the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and a senior officer at the Austin Police Department, said he thought that he saw Adler nodding off during the service, then received a photo of the mayor asleep afterwards.

"It's very disheartening to have the Mayor of the City of Austin – who was one of the ones that spearheaded all the defunding of Austin Police Department by a third of our budget, who voted to take away officers' pay stipends back in 2017, which had a huge financial impact on our families – to continue to go down a pathway that just shows nothing but the utmost disrespect and contempt," Berry told Fox News Digital.

Politics/Government / Re: [Videos] Brandon Speaks
« Last post by mystery-ak on Today at 01:03:50 am »
So embarrassing... :smokin:
Democrats Would Be Fools to Not Be Concerned About GOP Investigations
By Jeff Charles | 7:45 PM on October 03, 2022

Democrats have every reason to be afraid. In fact, they should be downright terrified about the party’s political future. Not only are they set to lose big in the upcoming congressional elections, but Republicans are also already preparing a series of investigations that will undoubtedly make President Joe Biden, their fearless leader, appear to be even worse than he has already made himself look.

Yet, if a recent report is to be believed, the White House appears to be unconcerned about the impending investigations. It is highly likely that this administration is actually clueless enough to believe that they have nothing to worry about. But if they are smart, they might just be projecting confidence in public while nervously wringing their hands in private.

Politico published a piece indicating that the Biden administration believes the upcoming investigations that will likely begin next year will work in its favor.

“There is a growing confidence in the White House that the House Republicans clamoring for a hodgepodge of investigations will overreach — and that their attempts will backfire politically, with key voters recoiling at blatant partisan rancor,” the author wrote. “Officials believe they can use GOP efforts to their political advantage heading into the 2024 cycle, betting a pro-Trump Republican conference fixated on Biden will elevate ‘ultra-MAGA Republicans’ and provide a useful foil for Biden, allowing him to draw sharp contrasts between his governing and their obfuscating.”

A White House ally told the news outlet that Republicans’ “sense for what will resonate with middle-of-the-road folks [is wrong]” and that these investigations are “not going to be the kind of extremist performance that these hearings will likely end up being.”

Things Go Way off the Rails During Joe Biden's Trip to Puerto Rico
By Bonchie | 7:00 PM on October 03, 2022

Joe Biden appeared in Puerto Rico on Monday to deliver remarks and to promise aid after the recent hurricane that struck the island. He also had some really head-scratching things to say. And while I realize that the president being senile and giving away your money is basically every other day of the week, the news is the news so let’s get to it.

Here was Biden’s opener, of which I can’t make heads nor tails of.

Based on his reaction, that was supposed to be a joke, but for the life of me, I can’t figure out what the punchline was. Looking at Jill Biden’s face, it doesn’t appear that she could either. The president just says random, unfunny things and looks around, expecting people to laugh. Usually, they oblige, but this instance was especially odd because there wasn’t even a semblance of an actual joke told.

In the next bit of embarrassment, Biden decided to claim that he was “raised in the Puerto Rican community at home.”

General Discussion / Re: Political Graphics II
« Last post by 240B on Today at 12:50:19 am »
Asking as a friend. Please stop trying to write some dialect which I do no know.
I honestly have no idea what you are saying. Just speak regular English. We will all be the better for it.
Politics/Government / Re: [Videos] Brandon Speaks
« Last post by 240B on Today at 12:38:47 am »

The whole world is laughing at us.
Talk about a comeback. Bills looked dead in the water in the first half, but you have to give credit to their coaching staff because they have a knack for making killer second-half adjustments. And of course, having Josh Allen doesn't hurt.  :whistle:

That makes the whole Miami situation look even worse. There were bodies dropping all over in last week's game, including their own QB, but they want to pretend that it never happened. Then this past Thursday, he gets another hit to the head.

Report: Border Crossers, Illegal Aliens in NYC Travel to Florida for Hurricane Ian Clean-Up Jobs

John Binder 3 Oct 2022

Border crossers and illegal aliens bused to New York City from Texas are now reportedly headed to Florida to take clean-up jobs following Hurricane Ian.

According to an exclusive report from the New York Post, more than 100 recently arrived border crossers and illegal aliens living in New York City’s homeless shelter system are traveling to Florida on vans in the hopes of earning $15 an hour to help with Hurricane Ian clean-up work.

The Post reports:

    The migrants had scant information about whom they would be working for, but they still piled into vans in Queens that they said were headed to the Sunshine State over the weekend.

    “They want us for hurricane cleanup, we’d get paid $15 an hour, overtime and $15 for food daily, I think,” said Javier Moreno, 37, noting that a woman named Camila “from an organization” approached him with a flier.

    “I’m going for the work. It’s been hard for us migrants to find work here in New York, that’s why a lot of us are going. How’s the work in Florida?”

The recruiters enticing the border crossers and illegal aliens to Florida are reportedly working with a “water and debris company,” according to the Post.

It is unclear if border crossers and illegal aliens are eligible to take American jobs in Florida, which has only a partial E-Verify enforcement program. Typically, after border crossers and illegal aliens are released into the United States by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), they must wait a year before securing work permits.

Most recently, though, President Joe Biden loosened that rule so border crossers and illegal aliens only have to wait about 150 days before applying for work permits.

As was the case following Hurricane Katrina, disaster relief efforts attract huge flows of illegal immigration to any one region.

When 1.5 million Americans were displaced after Hurricane Katrina, then-President George W. Bush eased labor laws that brought tens of thousands of illegal aliens to the Gulf Coast to swoop in and take paid clean-up jobs that would otherwise have gone to devastated Americans.
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