Hearing Goes Off the Rails As Hunter Biden’s Ex-Partner Calls Reps Jamie Raskin and Dan Goldman Liars [Video]

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Hunter Biden’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski tore into Representatives Jamie Raskin and Dan Goldman before the House Oversight Committee.

The House Oversight Committee held its second hearing today as part of its impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

During his opening statement, Bobulinski did not hold back, directly accusing both Raskin and Goldman of lying to the American public on behalf of the Biden Crime Family.

Rep. Raskin interrupted to whine that Bobulinski called them liars and to inquire if he broke a House rule by using that language.

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Here is a transcript of the exchange:

Tony Bobulinski: Yet the same people preaching this mantra know better. They continue to lie directly to the American people without hesitation and remorse. Rep. Dan Goldman and Jamie Raskin, both lawyers, and Mr. Goldman, a former prosecutor with the SDNY from New York, will continue to lie today in this hearing and then go straight to the media to tell more lies. Hunter Biden’s defense attorney, Abby Lowell, weaponizes letters to Congress to try to smear my name.

Jamie Raskin: Mr. Chairman.

Tony Bobulinski: In an attempt to save his powerfully connected client and his father, I challenge Mr. Lowell to make those claims on national television so he can be held accountable for his lies. Prior to my successful business career, I was an officer in the United States Navy at Navy’s elite naval nuclear Power Training Command. I later served as the command’s chief technology officer.

Chairman Comer: I apologize for the disruption from the…

Tony Bobulinski: Am I supposed to say it’s my time?

Chairman Comer: Please. Mr. Bobulinski, please come to order. Mr. Bobulinski, Mr. Bobulinski, please proceed. Please proceed. I apologize for the disruption from the minority.

Jamie Raskin: Well, Mr. Chairman, save his time. But he called members of this committee liars. And I just want to know whether the order and decorum requirements of House rule eleven apply to witnesses appearing before the committee. Does it apply or does it not?

Chairman Comer: I don’t. There’s decorum from the members we’ve asked for that. There’s no language that I’m aware of pertaining to a witness.


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