- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Journalistic social-distancing of Tony Bobulinski is in full effect at networks like NBC, ABC and CBS.

Media watchdog NewsBusters spotlighted the election coverage — or lack thereof — of Hunter Biden’s business associate Wednesday.

Mr. Bobulinski appeared Tuesday night with Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson during an exclusive interview in Los Angeles.

The two men unpacked his former role at an investment company, SinoHawk Holdings, along with claims of corruption leading back to former Vice President Joseph R. Biden.

“The Big Three broadcast networks have only offered a pathetic 21 minutes to the growing Biden scandal since the story broke on the front page of The New York Post on October 14,” NewsBusters reported. “That’s 21 minutes out of 113 hours worth of morning and evening shows over the past week.”

Mr. Bobulinski, a retired Navy lieutenant, told Mr. Carlson that he only came forward after Mr. Biden tied him to “Russian disinformation” during the final presidential debate; Biden supporters did likewise.

“I remember saying, ‘How are you guys getting away with this? Aren’t you concerned?’” Mr. Bobulinski told the Fox host of a conversation with Jim Biden about Sinohawk’s partnership with the Bidens and top Chinese oligarchs.

A chuckle and the words “plausible deniability” was the response Mr. Bobulinski said he received from the former vice president’s brother.

NewsBusters noted that NBC completely ignored the bombshell interview Wednesday morning.

“Amazingly, even when NBC’s Today show had the perfect opportunity to segue to the Biden scandal Wednesday morning, the broadcast refused,” the watchdog’s Kyle Drennen wrote.

Mr. Bobulinski punctuated his remarks by saying the American people “should be demanding that [Hunter Biden’s lucrative business deals around the world be] investigated.”

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