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Watters asks if Hunter will be saved from investigation ‘like he always was’

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Fox News host Jesse Watters shared the latest developments in the federal investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings, saying it was “heating up” Tuesday on “Jesse Watters Primetime.”

JESSE WATTERS: Not only are sources telling ‘Primetime’ that first son Hunter Biden is set to be indicted, but it looks like the U.S. attorney from Delaware might be looking at President Joe Biden himself. During grand jury testimony yesterday about Hunter’s finances, a witness was asked to identify the ‘big guy’. It came after an email from Hunter’s business partner, James Gilliar, was logged. The email showed a breakdown of the China deal and who was going to get a piece of the pie, saying, “Ten held by H for the fat guy.” Who’s the big one? Well, a bunch of emails on Hunter’s laptop suggest the “big guy” was Joe Biden.


We know Hunter’s business partners. We are told not to call Joe by his name. They wanted to keep the role of Joe private. Hunter’s partner confirmed this when he texted Bobulinski: “Don’t mention Joe being involved. It’s only when you’re face to face. I know you know that, but they’re paranoid. ” So instead, Joe went by the “big guy” to try to cover up his whole role in all of this. But the grand jury asks questions that lead directly to the Oval Office. The whole media containment operation can’t contain a grand jury, but the press is doing its best anyway.

Joe and Hunter Biden. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

We have emails from the laptop showing that Hunter’s business partners paid Biden’s bills and that Hunter and Joe shared joint bank accounts. The media and the White House can’t contain this any longer. Hunter actually hosts a wedding for his daughter at the White House in November, just after midterm. Maybe Hunter isn’t scared at all. Maybe he knows he will be saved again like he always was. So if this investigation doesn’t lead straight to the White House, it will just prove that corruption is king in Washington, D.C.


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