AUDIO: Biden Ally Tells Whistle-Blower He Is “Gonna Bury All Of Us” By Going Public About VP’s Corruption

( New audio revealed by a whistle-blower that previously worked with the Biden family reveals how an ally of the former vice president warned him not to go public with details about alleged corruption. Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, played audio during a one-hour interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News.

The audio started with him telling Biden ally and former Clinton administration official Rob Walker that he was planning on going public with what he knew about Biden’s business deals with foreign governments and businesses.

“The Biden family knew that you were going public with this,” Carlson said to Bobulinski. “And you spoke to Rob Walker about it, again, the self-described Biden family representative, and Biden family, meaning Joe Biden as well. What was his response when you let him know that you were going public with this?”

Bobulinski said that Walker starting “trying to coach” him and saying that he doesn’t want him to do it.

“We don’t want to do that, we don’t want press trucks out in front of our house, I’m going to have to move, I could lose my job, and all of that,” Bobulinski said Walker told you. “You know, I’m not trying to cause harm to anyone in this situation let alone Rob Walker and his family, James Gilliar and his family.”

Bobulinski said that Rob’s position on him going public with the information was that it would “bury all of us.”

You can hear the recorded audio in the clip below.

Bobulinski said that for a long time he tried to push the men involved in the deal to do the right thing, and to “demonstrate an ounce of integrity in front of the American people.”

“They know the facts, I lived the facts. And luckily for the American people, all the facts are extremely well documented,” he added.

As it stands, left-wing media outlets are still refusing to cover this story, and the New York Post – America’s oldest newspaper – is still locked out of its Twitter account for publishing the story in the first place.