The House Oversight Committee has been pressing the FBI for documents related to a bribery crime scheme allegedly involving President Joe Biden and a foreign national as part of its ongoing investigation into the alleged criminal activity of President Biden and his family.
The FBI allegedly has an FD-1023 form that details a bribery scheme in which a foreign national offered the Biden administration $5 million in exchange for “influence” over policymaking decisions, according to a whistleblower who has approached the House Oversight Committee. This form was posted on June 30, 2020. But now we know that the whistleblower’s evidence dates back to 2017 thanks to these new reports.
The chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Republican James Comer of Kentucky, confessed to Fox News in May that the committee had lost a crucial witness in its probe into “circumstantial evidence” of the Biden family’s financial connections.
Comer told Fox News that he thinks the claims are true because the person who made them is one of the FBI’s “most highly credible” human sources. The chairman was curious as to whether or not the materials had been looked into previously. Comer has threatened to find FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress if the requested documents are not provided to the House Oversight Committee immediately.
At the time of this publication, Director Wray had not yet turned over the requested papers. Comer had promised to push up his contempt of Congress motion since Wray had not.
The FBI has allegedly claimed the whistleblower’s life is in danger and they may “be killed if unmasked” because of the sensitive nature of the information they gave on the Biden family, as reported by Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC).