Hunter Biden Investigation Witness Asked to Tell Grand Jury Who ‘The Big Guy’ Is

A witness in the Hunter Biden investigation was asked to identify “the big guy” in testimony before a grand jury, according to a Tuesday report by the New York Post.

The paper, which was the first to publish contents that were taken from a laptop belonging to the first son just a few weeks before the 2020 election, reported that the witness was being questioned over a deal Hunter Biden and others were attempting to make with a now-defunct Chinese energy company.

According to an email linked to the deal, “the big guy” was believed to be Hunter’s father, now president, Joe Biden.

The Post added:

The question arose after the witness was shown a piece of evidence while appearing in secret before the panel in Wilmington, Del., a source familiar with the proceedings told The Post.

A bombshell email exclusively reported by The Post in October 2020 showed that one of Hunter Biden’s business partners, James Gilliar, outlined the proposed percentage distribution of equity in a company created for a joint venture with CEFC China Energy Co.

The March 13, 2017, plan included “10 held by H for the big guy?”

Also ahead of the 2020 election, another former Hunter Biden business partner, U.S. Navy veteran Tony Bobulinski, revealed that “the big guy” was indeed Joe Biden, then the Democratic nominee for the presidency.

He said at the time in an interview with Fox News: “I have heard Joe Biden say he has never discussed his dealings with Hunter. That is false.”

The White House has denied that President Biden was involved in any of his son’s business deals.

However, a former federal prosecutor says that there appears to be enough evidence to indicate a “conspiracy” that would involve the president, and that is a crime in and of itself.

“I get that there’s spin, but this is not a complex one,” former U.S. Attorney for Utah Brett Tolman told The Post, noting that Bobulinski’s claims that “the big guy” is Joe Biden in regards to the 2017 CEFC China Energy deal could be considered evidence “that other family members were involved.”

“Conspiracy is a standalone crime in our country, and you’ve certainly got enough to present to the grand jury that there’s a conspiracy among Joe, [brother] James and Hunter to bring in money, to not declare that money, to not pay taxes on that money,” he said.

“And to do so from a country like China, it’s not just red flags — there are potential crimes being committed,” he said.