Last week, The New York Times confirmed that it was indeed Hunter Biden’s laptop computer that was left in a Delaware computer repair shop. The story first garnered attention right before the 2020 presidential election when The New York Post reported on some of the data found on the laptop.
One of the emails discovered was from Hunter Biden associate James Gilliar. It shows Hunter receiving 20% of the equity in a venture with a Shanghai-based company, with another “10 held by H for the big guy.” Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, says “the big guy” is President Joe Biden.
One Alabama congressional candidate says if those allegations are true, President Biden should be impeached.
AL-5 Republican congressional candidate Casey Wardynski joined WVNN’s “The Yaffee Program” on Wednesday and discussed whether or not the information found on the younger Biden’s laptop could be impeachable offenses.
“If the stuff I saw before the election is true, Biden’s got to go,” said Wardynski, “and his son ought to go to jail and probably Joe out to go to jail, you know, 10% for the big guy.”
Wardynski acknowledged this is just one of many reasons he believes Joe Biden is a bad president.
“He’s a terrible president to begin with,” he said. “He arrived in that office through every nefarious means you can think of. He had the help of the media to do it. They squished that story in the weeks ahead of the election.”
The former assistant secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs also took the opportunity to blast Biden’s handling of Ukraine, saying part of the reason it’s been so mismanaged by the administration might be because of Hunter Biden’s dealings with elements in that country.
“We shouldn’t be here,” he argued. “If we had not been so pathetically weak over the first year of his Presidency, if he wasn’t mobbed up with bad elements in Ukraine from when his son was over there, we’d be in a different place.”
The congressional candidate said that the country needs real conservatives to fight against President Biden’s agenda.
“These are certainly pivotal times,” he continued. “Every day brings some new nightmare from this administration, and the key with Congress to me is we got to have a strong set of conservatives up there that put us back in regular business, that address these problems we just spoke about.”