AOC Loses It When Impeachment Witness Reveals What He Saw Biden Do

AOC Loses It When Impeachment Witness Reveals What He Saw Biden Do

In a recent House hearing, the atmosphere tensed as former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski provided testimony.

Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York showed visible disapproval when Bobulinski listed alleged illegal activities he observed Joe Biden engaging in.

Bobulinski, in his statement, referred to a May 2017 meeting with Hunter Biden and the then-former Vice President Joe Biden, discussing potential business endeavors with a Chinese company, as highlighted by National Review.

In a pointed exchange, Ocasio-Cortez pressed Bobulinski, inquiring if he had directly seen President Joe Biden commit any illegal acts. Bobulinski attempted to detail the crimes he believed Biden committed but was frequently interrupted by Ocasio-Cortez, eventually affirming he did witness illegal activities.

When further questioned about the nature of the crimes, Bobulinski hinted at a long list, mentioning "corruption statutes, RICO, and conspiracy," only to be cut off by Ocasio-Cortez.

Bobulinski expressed frustration over the interruptions while trying to elaborate, especially on RICO, which Ocasio-Cortez challenged by stating, "RICO is not a crime. It is a category."

Republican members of the oversight committee later clarified via social media that RICO, or the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, is indeed a legal framework designed to combat a broad array of criminal conduct.

If Ocasio-Cortez aimed to correct Bobulinski on terminology, suggesting he specify "racketeering" or violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act, it seemed a weak defense strategy for the White House.

Following this legal quibble, Ocasio-Cortez criticized House Republicans for what she perceived as a baseless impeachment inquiry against Biden, accusing them of political misdirection.

However, alongside Bobulinski's claims, additional evidence has been brought forward suggesting Biden's involvement in criminal activities. A September news release from House Republicans alleged Biden's foreign business engagements netted his family $24 million.

Despite these allegations, Ocasio-Cortez and her Democratic colleagues appear to dismiss the evidence, as her confrontational stance in the hearing showcased.

The hearing highlighted a contentious approach to questioning, where Ocasio-Cortez seemed more focused on disputing and interrupting Bobulinski rather than fully engaging with the serious accusations made.

Her behavior has drawn criticism for failing to address the broader implications of Bobulinski's testimony, choosing instead to fixate on semantic arguments and contribute to a polarizing spectacle.

This incident underscores a broader concern regarding the conduct expected from Congressional members, especially in the context of serious allegations against political figures, where the American public seeks accountability and transparency.

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