Bobulinski targets Democrat Rep. Ro Khanna, says he 'begged' Dem lawmaker to look at phone evidence

Tony Bobulinski, Hunter Biden’s former business partner, said during a House Oversight Committee hearing on Wednesday that he "begged" Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., and his staff to sit down with him to review the text message evidence he had on his Blackberry cellphone regarding the alleged wrongdoings by members of the Biden family.

Khanna exited after his time of questioning, in which he did not address any questions to Bobulinski.

"If you noticed, Congressman Khanna scurried out of here very quickly, and I'm actually disgusted as I sit here that he didn't address me based on the fact that I'm sitting here in front of the world trying to testify to the truth," Bobulinski said shortly after Khanna's time expired.

"I have messages I'm willing to produce to both the Democrats and the Republicans that Ro Khanna sent to me saying you have always demonstrated to me that you're nothing but honest with the highest integrity individual," Bobulinski said. "I was begging for him to go CNN and tell the world in October 2020."

"I have extensive emails with Congressman Ro Khanna in 2021 and 2022, where I begged him and his staff to sit down with me and look at my BlackBerry phones that the Democrats are so focused on, to hire forensics experts and go through all of the factual information I had," he added. "So the fact that he did not even address me and then scurried out of here is disgusting to me."

Bobulinski's comments came after Khanna refused to question him and spoke only to the Democratic witness who was called to testify.

Khanna's office did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment about Bobulinski's remarks.

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