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Quite an interview on Tucker Carlson ... October 4, 2022

The second one with Tony Bobulinski.

I am looking for the full , almost hour long interview, but so far have not found.

I did fine this from the interview...... and there are a couple of short videos within the link...

"In other words, the FBI was complicit in interfering in the 2020 election by purposely nuking information and an investigation that could have harmed the Bidens politically, never mind the possible criminal behavior at play. Imagine how the election might have changed had the federal government been honest about what they had. Instead, it took years of the Hunter Biden investigation essentially being put on ice before Timothy Thibault was even let go, and even that just felt like an attempt by the DOJ to cover its own backside.

The corruption stinks to high heaven, and it’s another example of how far our federal bureaucracies have fallen (not that they could ever be trusted). Any information about Trump is immediately leaked to the Post or Times, but the FBI turns into Fort Knox the moment the Bidens are involved. None of it is a coincidence.

Back to the interview, after accusing Hunter Biden of committing “fraud,” Bobulinski then directly implicated Joe Biden again, this time describing how he operated as the “chairman” of the family’s business dealings.

https://redstate.com/bonchie/2022/10/04/tucker-carlson-does-explosive-interview-with-former-biden-business-associate-tony-bobulinski-n637284

Then

"During an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” former Hunter Biden business associate Tony Bobulinski stated that he had a “five-plus hour interview” with the FBI on October 23, 2020, after which his lawyers were told that there would be a follow-up interview. Yet, despite this, he and his lawyers haven’t heard from the FBI since before the 2020 election.

Bobulinski said, “I went to the second debate in Nashville between President Trump and Joe Biden. That night, I flew to D.C., and the next morning, there was a big debate. Do I voluntarily walk into the FBI or do I go sit down with Sen. Johnson (R-WI) and Sen. Grassley (R-IA)? My lawyers decided it was better that I voluntarily go in to sit and provide these facts. And so, on the morning of October 23, the morning after the debate, I spent five-plus hours sitting in a room with, at one point, I think as [many] as six federal agents, walking through all the facts of my knowledge of the Biden family, how I got involved in this, the trips around the world, CEFC, Chairman Ye, and stuff like that. At the end of that meeting, and remember, I voluntarily went there, so they were happy to take any information I provided to them. I wish I had pictures of the faces of the two main agents that were interviewing me. Because I would say something and you could just see the shock in their face and they would say, let’s take a minute, they’d get up and walk out of the room, and the agents would sort of convene and then come back and restart the interview. Because these facts are just for the sake of our country, for national security, at that point, he was candidate Joe Biden, now he’s the sitting President of the United States, the most powerful person in the free world, and daunting.”

He continued, “So, at the end of that five-plus hour interview, the head of station told my lawyers, listen, an individual named Tim Thibault is going to run point on all of this. We’re definitely going to have Tony come back in for a follow-up interview. It could be as early as next week. Some of the people that were in the room weren’t well-versed on all these facts, we may want to have people come in from Baltimore or Delaware. And I was ready to sit down with anybody that needed me to or travel wherever I wanted to. And so the head of station gave my lawyers Tim Thibault’s cell phone number. Tim was not there that day. … But my lawyers had an hour, hour-and-a-half call with him that Friday night, October 23. And subsequent calls through the weekend and the following week, when I was then coming on your show to provide the facts to the American people. And they were supposed to be working [on] a follow-up interview. And Tim Thibault, in his last discussion with my legal counsel [said], listen, we know Tony’s cooperating. We appreciate all the information he’s provided. We will follow up with you. We’re definitely going to have him come in for a follow-up interview or spend some more time on this. And I haven’t heard from them since.”

Bobulinski also said that his lawyers haven’t heard anything since.

https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/10/04/bobulinski-i-havent-heard-from-fbi-since-before-2020-election-despite-promises-of-follow-up/
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Theology Forum / Re: Salvation is to the Individual
« Last post by Jaime on Today at 09:37:35 »
We of course are saved by grace through faith in Christ. To me faith is not under scrutiny, but a given. There is no such thing as faithless baptism. One can get wet without faith, but without faith no scriptural baptism takes place. Where we contact the blood of Christ as faithful Christians IS in dispute I would imagine and have heard in the past. But I should have included that, though I had no intention of regurgitating the entirety of the plan of salvation in my response about where we contact the blood of Christ. WHERE the blood of Christ is contacted is via God's plan and his grace. He does all the work. Man coming in total submission to baptism is purely a faith response.
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Theology Forum / Re: Salvation is to the Individual
« Last post by Texas Conservative on Today at 08:49:37 »
Yes I think this is a worthy topic for discussion. Hebrews 9:22 says, "Without shedding of blood there is no remission."  I John 1:7 tells us that "The blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanses us from all sin." God, in choosing the cleansing agent for our sins, chose the very best that He had, the blood of His own Son. It is by the precious blood of our Lord, that we are cleansed from all of our sins. Revelation 1:5 says, "To Him who loved us, and washed us from our sins in His own blood." Yes, it is only by the blood of our Lord, that we get our sins washed away.

How do we come into contact with that cleansing blood, which our Lord shed in his death, in order to have our sins washed away? Romans 6:3 tells us how. "Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death?" Since Christ shed His blood in His death, when a person is baptized into our Lord's death, it is there that he comes into contact with the blood of Christ and his sins are then washed away. Baptism is the only means of reaching His death where His blood was shed, so we can have forgiveness of sins. So, when Ananias told Paul in Acts 22:16, "And now why are you waiting? Arise and be baptized and wash away your sins," it was the blood of Christ that washed away Paul's sins when he was baptized. People should not focus on the water but should focus on the blood of Christ. Water is spiritually inert. It is only plain ol' H2O. The dying to self in submission and turning from our sins and burying the old self in baptism, we rise up out of the water a new creature as Christ rose up out of the tomb in his glorified body. water should not be the focus of baptism, but it is an essential part as commanded by our Lord. We must understand what God does IN the water of baptism, which is the work of Baptism, HIS redeeming work by his grace. Had I been asked to give my opinion; I might have been like Naaman and wanted a more "spectacular" means of how God should accomplish this.

No mention of faith.  Very weird.
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Theology Forum / Re: Salvation is to the Individual
« Last post by Jaime on Today at 08:28:02 »
Yes I think this is a worthy topic for discussion. Hebrews 9:22 says, "Without shedding of blood there is no remission."  I John 1:7 tells us that "The blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanses us from all sin." God, in choosing the cleansing agent for our sins, chose the very best that He had, the blood of His own Son. It is by the precious blood of our Lord, that we are cleansed from all of our sins. Revelation 1:5 says, "To Him who loved us, and washed us from our sins in His own blood." Yes, it is only by the blood of our Lord, that we get our sins washed away.

How do we come into contact with that cleansing blood, which our Lord shed in his death, in order to have our sins washed away? Romans 6:3 tells us how. "Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death?" Since Christ shed His blood in His death, when a person is baptized into our Lord's death, it is there that he comes into contact with the blood of Christ and his sins are then washed away. Baptism is the only means of reaching His death where His blood was shed, so we can have forgiveness of sins. So, when Ananias told Paul in Acts 22:16, "And now why are you waiting? Arise and be baptized and wash away your sins," it was the blood of Christ that washed away Paul's sins when he was baptized. People should not focus on the water but should focus on the blood of Christ. Water is spiritually inert. It is only plain ol' H2O. The dying to self in submission and turning from our sins and burying the old self in baptism, we rise up out of the water a new creature as Christ rose up out of the tomb in his glorified body. water should not be the focus of baptism, but it is an essential part as commanded by our Lord. We must understand what God does IN the water of baptism, which is the work of Baptism, HIS redeeming work by his grace. Had I been asked to give my opinion; I might have been like Naaman and wanted a more "spectacular" means of how God should accomplish this.
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Theology Forum / Re: Salvation is to the Individual
« Last post by RB on Today at 05:33:31 »
That comes when they put on Christ in baptism and contact the cleansing blood of Christ, the agent of remission of sin.
I would like to come back and make a post or two on this one subject: The blood of Christ~where do we contact the blood of Christ, or in what sense are we saved by the blood of Christ?

Let me begin to work on this.....later.
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Theology Forum / Re: Salvation is to the Individual
« Last post by RB on Today at 05:27:40 »
Still not quite right.
In one true biblical sense it is correct~salvation is used in the scriptures as being saved from the condemnation of sin~that's a salvation that is completed when one is born of the Spirit of God, born again because Christ paid for their sins by being their surety before the law of God and its Righteous Judge.
Quote from: Wycliffes_Shillelagh Reply #38 on: Mon Oct 03, 2022 - 14:51:12
"Saved" isn't an event that happens at one point in time.
Well, in one sense it very well could be, while we agree and have contended over the years we have been on grace-centered that the words saved/save/salvation are used in different senses, and there is a sense which every child of God experiences a salvation like Paul did on the road to Damascus where we went from living in sin to serving God and defending his cause even over our past life, etc. We have contended that those words are used in five different sense, which we will not go over again. We all have experience growing in grace and knowledge of the truth, which is nothing more than being saved in a practical sense from error to the truth~I do not believe the same things I did went I first started out around fifty years ago when I first accepted what I heard from those who first taught me the word of God. There are many things I no longer hold to~which is a salvation from error to truth, which we all will experience as long as we live in the flesh.
Quote from: Wycliffes_Shillelagh Reply #38 on: Mon Oct 03, 2022 - 14:51:12
That event - being born again via water baptism - is properly called regeneration.
Not in the holy scriptures is this so, maybe in certain sects around this world. Water baptism is not regeneration, thereby salvation from sin and condemnation.

In Mark 16;16 there is a salvation through water baptism, but it is strictly practical in nature, not in a vital sense. We have our own thread on this site dealing exclusively with this one scripture, so I will not said anymore on this point for now. Maybe I can find it and post the link here later. 
Quote from: Wycliffes_Shillelagh Reply #38 on: Mon Oct 03, 2022 - 14:51:12
Salvation is something bigger.  It's a state of being.  One enters salvation at the time of regeneration, and so it makes sense to say that someone is 'saved' at that time.  But afterwards they remain in that state of salvation for (hopefully) the rest of their life.  At the end of their life, the work of salvation is accomplished (by God, not man).

"He who endures to the end shall be saved."
Bigger, or used in five different senses in the scriptures, whatever, it still is NOT limited to a one-time experience.

A common question tries to pin eternal life down to some act at some point in time. Is this Biblical? Did the apostles ever ask this question? How would they answer such a question? Weren’t we all saved at the cross?

Let’s ask Paul the question.

Paul said he was saved before the world began (2nd Timothy 1:9), when Jesus came into the world (Ist Timothy 1:15), when the Spirit regenerated him (Titus 3:5), when he took heed to himself and the doctrine (Ist Timothy 4:16), and would be saved sometime in the future (Romans 13:11).
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Messianic Judaism Forum / YOM KIPPUR in a nutshell
« Last post by Jacob Ben Avraham on Yesterday at 23:49:27 »
WHAT IS YOM KIPPUR ABOUT IN A NUTSHELL?



Tonight is Yom Kippur Eve, the 4th of October (this year)  on the Hebrew calendar, it is the 10th of Tishrei.  In Leviticus 23:27 it reads;


The 10th day of this seventh month will be a day of atonement.  It will be a holy convocation unto you, and you shall afflict your souls and offer an offering made by fire unto the LORD (YHVH)


Many believers still call Yom Kippur a "Jewish" holy day, yet it is a day for ALL believers to remind us of the gift of salvation that Yeshua presented to us on Calvary.  For thousands of years, bulls and goats were sacrificed, blood sprinkled on the Ark of the Covenant which was in the HOLY of Holies, the blood of the goat was spilled, and the other goat sent away into the wilderness symbolically carrying all of the sins of Israel. 

All this was a shadow of Messiah Yeshua, who fulfilled ALL the Yom Kippurs of the past in one single day.  While the blood of the goats, bulls, rams, and lambs could only cover sins, the blood of Messiah Yeshua blotted out ALL of our sins, past, present, and future.  As if we had never sinned in the first place. 

What is "afflicting" one's soul?  One could say, "giving up something".  The rabbis of old all agree that "afflicting one's soul" is a time of fasting, going without food.  That is why this is a time of fasting and prayer with the thought "How is my relationship with God?"  Is there hidden sin in my life that I must confess?  So Yom Kippur is a time of soul-searching. 

Many will wear white on this day.  Why white? Just as the high priest wore a white linen garment, so we wear white clothing.  This is not a commandment, but a tradition.  It means that our souls are being cleansed.  That when our heavenly Father looks at us through His only Son Yeshua, He sees us as pure souls, pure beings with no sin, but ONLY through the blood of Yeshua is this possible, not of our own doing. 

It is a time when we pray a prayer "Kol Nidre" and remember that years ago, during persecution, many had to swear oaths to the Catholic church and denounce their faith under the pain of death.  This is the time to renounce these oaths which were made under pressure.

Some look at Yom Kippur as a sad time, but in reality, it is a happy time because we know that our sins were paid for in full at Calvary and that we have eternal life in Heaven as the result.  It is a bittersweet time.  Bitter when we remember the pain and agony that our Messiah went through on the cross, but sweet because we have eternity with HIM as a result of the "Sacrifice Lamb".

So, we ask ourselves;  Where have I gone wrong? what can I do?  confess and repent, turn from my sin, and seek the Messiah who paid it all.

Ben Avraham
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Theology Forum / YOM KIPPUR in a nutshell
« Last post by Jacob Ben Avraham on Yesterday at 23:48:42 »
WHAT IS YOM KIPPUR ABOUT IN A NUTSHELL?



Tonight is Yom Kippur Eve, the 4th of October (this year)  on the Hebrew calendar, it is the 10th of Tishrei.  In Leviticus 23:27 it reads;


The 10th day of this seventh month will be a day of atonement.  It will be a holy convocation unto you, and you shall afflict your souls and offer an offering made by fire unto the LORD (YHVH)


Many believers still call Yom Kippur a "Jewish" holy day, yet it is a day for ALL believers to remind us of the gift of salvation that Yeshua presented to us on Calvary.  For thousands of years, bulls and goats were sacrificed, blood sprinkled on the Ark of the Covenant which was in the HOLY of Holies, the blood of the goat was spilled, and the other goat sent away into the wilderness symbolically carrying all of the sins of Israel. 

All this was a shadow of Messiah Yeshua, who fulfilled ALL the Yom Kippurs of the past in one single day.  While the blood of the goats, bulls, rams, and lambs could only cover sins, the blood of Messiah Yeshua blotted out ALL of our sins, past, present, and future.  As if we had never sinned in the first place. 

What is "afflicting" one's soul?  One could say, "giving up something".  The rabbis of old all agree that "afflicting one's soul" is a time of fasting, going without food.  That is why this is a time of fasting and prayer with the thought "How is my relationship with God?"  Is there hidden sin in my life that I must confess?  So Yom Kippur is a time of soul-searching. 

Many will wear white on this day.  Why white? Just as the high priest wore a white linen garment, so we wear white clothing.  This is not a commandment, but a tradition.  It means that our souls are being cleansed.  That when our heavenly Father looks at us through His only Son Yeshua, He sees us as pure souls, pure beings with no sin, but ONLY through the blood of Yeshua is this possible, not of our own doing. 

It is a time when we pray a prayer "Kol Nidre" and remember that years ago, during persecution, many had to swear oaths to the Catholic church and denounce their faith under the pain of death.  This is the time to renounce these oaths which were made under pressure.

Some look at Yom Kippur as a sad time, but in reality, it is a happy time because we know that our sins were paid for in full at Calvary and that we have eternal life in Heaven as the result.  It is a bittersweet time.  Bitter when we remember the pain and agony that our Messiah went through on the cross, but sweet because we have eternity with HIM as a result of the "Sacrifice Lamb".

So, we ask ourselves;  Where have I gone wrong? what can I do?  confess and repent, turn from my sin, and seek the Messiah who paid it all.

Ben Avraham
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Creation scientists
« Last post by Wycliffes_Shillelagh on Yesterday at 23:48:29 »
My faith is based upon what the scriptures simply and repetitively state. I believe science which submits to the authority and truth of holy scripture.
Pheh.  This thread stands as an enormous monument to you looking everywhere EXCEPT at the Scriptures.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Creation scientists
« Last post by Amo on Yesterday at 21:09:49 »
I am a creationist; I just don't agree with you. But, I think I get it now.  Science is true if it agrees with you; science is false if it doesn't agree with you.  OK, I understand. I can get a little biased at times too.

Yes, the world is filled with non-biblical creationists such as yourself. That is, those who cannot point to holy scripture which supports their versions of creation. Their faith lies elsewhere. My faith is based upon what the scriptures simply and repetitively state. I believe science which submits to the authority and truth of holy scripture. Go ahead, ask me to show you from scripture why I believe this or that about our origins, and I will. I have asked you to do the same many times over, without ever a response. Of course, the reason you do not is obvious enough. What you believe is not found anywhere in scripture at all. Please do take this opportunity to express and or explain otherwise. Thank you.
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