Reports say FBI has more evidence implicating Biden
An investigation is ongoing on whether the FBI opted to ignore Joe Biden's bribery claims in an FD-1023 informant report under the pretext of "Russian disinformation".
James Comer and Chuck Grassley, two Republican congressmen, question if the FBI opted to ignore Joe Biden's bribery claims in an FD-1023 informant report under the pretext of "Russian disinformation", Sputnik reported.
James Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, indicated he began on June 5 the process of putting Christopher Wray, the FBI director, in contempt of Congress for the FD-1023 memo.
The US congressman emphasized that the FBI "again refused to hand over the unclassified record to the custody of the House Oversight Committee at the briefing," indicating that the agency is still not in compliance with the subpoena despite allowing Comer to inspect the form.
Following a warning by Comer that FBI Director Chris Wray would be held in contempt for refusing to turn over information to US legislators, Just the News revealed last week that the FBI was planning to give the FD-1023 form to a GOP congressman on June 5.
According to the media outlet, Comer and Sen. Chuck Grassley are reportedly working to determine whether the FBI used a "Russian disinformation" pretext to "bury" the FD-1023 memo, which alludes to a $5 million bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden, as well as other leads and potential inquiries prior to the 2020 presidential election.
Senator Grassley revealed to US lawmakers on February 9 that whistleblowers had allegedly come to his office with claims that the FBI "created an assessment in August 2020" that was used by FBI Headquarters to "improperly discredit negative Hunter Biden information as disinformation."
Joe Biden 'may have been involved' in Hunter's arrangements
In order to prevent other agents and analysts from seeing the Biden family charges and the evaluation of their veracity, the bureau's hierarchy, according to Grassley, placed them "in a restricted access sub-file".
"Other whistleblower disclosures to my office make clear that the FBI has within its possession very significant, impactful, and voluminous evidence with respect to potential criminal conduct by Hunter and James Biden," Grassley stated. "These disclosures also allege that Joe Biden was aware of Hunter Biden’s business arrangements and may have been involved in some of them."
The widely talked-about FD-1023 document was likewise kept under wraps by the agency. However, US legislators were informed about the classified paper by FBI whistleblowers. The FBI declined to confirm if the aforementioned memo even existed for at least a month after Comer and Grassley demanded it from the organization. Finally, Chris Wray, the FBI director, acknowledged the document FD-1023's existence and consented to present it to the legislators.
The news source does not exclude the possibility that the FBI's "restricted database" may also include records relating to Hunter Biden's connections to the Ukrainian gas company Burisma and its oligarch owner Mykola Zlochevsky.