LMAO….. BOOM!Home by Patrick Van Roy October 23, 2020 4 1 min 11 mths Tweet Ahhh how the wheel turns, Former Navy Lt Commander, Democrat, Democrat Donor, Business Partner to Hunter Biden…… but I’m sure he’s really a Russian…… Click to rate this post![Total: 0 Average: 0] America ATW More stories Post navigation Previous postNext post 4 thoughts on “LMAO….. BOOM!” Bobulinski is involved in two legal battles with a company he worked with in the past, China Branding Group Limited. The company sued Bobulinski in the Central District of California federal court in July 2020 in an effort to force Bobulinski to pay them $634,393.52 they say he owes as a result of a court judgement in the Cayman Islands. Disgruntled failed businessman with an axe to grind against the Chinese Most likely being offered his debts paid to throw some muck Swing and a miss , the guy is broke and hopelessly compromised The mean streets are full of these small time crooks who will literally do say anything to get out of debt . Couldn’t even take one question . Is this the boom pat ? When ya gonna stop clowning around big fella .. lmao 😂 That’s right Kurt it’s all a Russian Conspiracy…… Probably corrupt Russians , those paying his debts off – you got that bit right at least , well spotted As always follow the money this chump is flat broke and desperate , easy pickings to be used as a patsy You’re not that thick ..lol Columnist Kimberley Strassel relied on the account of Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, who provided documents that “suggest Hunter was cashing in on the Biden name and that Joe Biden was involved.” But a few hours after Strassel’s column was published, the Journal’s news side offered a much different take. “The venture . . . never received proposed funds from the Chinese company or completed any deals, according to people familiar with the matter,” Journal reporters Andrew Duehren and James Areddy wrote. “Corporate records reviewed by the Wall Street Journal show no role for Joe Biden.” The reporters also quoted another partner in the venture, James Gilliar, who said he was “unaware of any involvement at anytime of the former vice president.” WSJ You got fooled again, guys. Comments are closed.