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Liberal Fox News Host Forced to Retract “Fraudulent” Comments on Tony Bobulinksi

Fox News Channel’s “The Five,” where Tarlov and co-host Jeannine Pirro were going back and forth on Bobulinski’s testimony about Hunter Biden’s business activities and whether President Biden was involved.
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This past week, left-leaning Fox News host Jessica Tarlov issued a live clarification to comments she had made on Wednesday regarding Tony Bobulinksi, a key witness in the GOP-led Biden impeachment investigation.

Tarlov made on-air statements suggesting that Bobulinski’s legal fees were being paid for by a Trump super PAC.  Following these comments, attorneys on behalf of Bobulinksi sent a letter on Thursday to the Fox Corporation demanding a retraction and apology.

“It was a mistake to believe Ms. Tarlov’s defamatory comments are without consequence. We will be watching today’s show,” stated Jesse Binall of the Binall Law Group, criticizing the Fox News host for her statements about Bobulinski.

“I would like to clarify a comment I made yesterday during our discussion of Tony Bobulinki’s appearance at the congressional hearings. During an exchange with my colleagues about the hearing, I said that Mr. Bobulinski’s lawyer’s fees have been paid by Trump’s super PAC as recently as January,” she said in her on-air correction.

What was actually said during the hearing was that the law firm representing Mr. Bobulinski was paid by a Trump PAC. I’ve seen no indication those payments were made in connection with Mr. Bobulinski’s legal fees and he denies that they were,” Tarlov concluded.

The comments that landed Tarlov in hot water came from a Wednesday segment of Fox News Channel’s “The Five,” where Tarlov and co-host Jeannine Pirro were going back and forth on Bobulinski’s testimony about Hunter Biden’s business activities and whether President Biden was involved.

“It does make sense because there is not the clear line that you guys have been alleging,” Tarlov said.  Pirro hit back, “Yes there is. You just have to put the pieces together. Are you so simple that you cannot put together a circumstantial case where you take a piece from here, a piece from there, the money goes there, this is an eyewitness…”. 

Tarlov then stated, “Ok, Tony Bobulinski’s lawyers’ fees have been paid by a Trump Super PAC. That’s as recent as January.”  Watch Tarlov’s live clarification below:

Bobulinski, a former business partner of Hunter Biden’s, has provided critical testimony for the Republican investigation into Joe Biden’s alleged implication in his son’s business activities.  

The American Tribune reported on a recent hearing involving Bobulinski which sent Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over the edge after he claimed Biden had potentially committed crimes including, “corruption statutes, RICO and conspiracy, DARA.”

“What we are seeing here today is a continuation of the 15 month saga of the Republican majority lost in the desert. Impeachment 101. The majority party or whomever is raising impeachment must accuse the president of a high crime a specific high crime or misdemeanor I would like to submit to the record H res 918.”

“The House Resolution to open this impeachment inquiry,” AOC said in a long-winded rant after shouting down Bobulisnki in a heated back-and-forth exchange.  “This resolution does not outline a high crime or misdemeanor. It’s not here.”

Ben Collis is a freelance journalist for the Trending Politico covering trending human interest/social media stories and the reactions real people have to them. He always seeks to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and facts pertinent to these stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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