FBI Director Christopher Wray faced tough questions Thursday from a Senate oversight committee about the FBI’s conduct in the 2020 election and the investigation into Hunter Biden’s laptop.
The hearing comes as new questions emerge that could further implicate Joe Biden in his son’s business dealings.
Uncovered documents show Joe Biden met with at least 14 of Hunter Biden’s international business associates during his tenure as vice president, according to Fox News, contradicting his claims that this never happened.
A reporter asked candidate Biden in 2019, “How many times have you spoken to your son about his overseas business dealings?” He replied, “I never spoke to my son about his affairs abroad.
A voicemail was also leaked containing Joe Biden’s voice apparently reassuring Hunter about reporting on the scandal.
The recording reveals Joe Biden saying, “Hey mate, it’s dad…I thought the article posted online, it’s going to be printed tomorrow in the Times, was good. I think you’re clear.”
As troubling as these revelations against the Biden family are, there are new claims that the FBI and Justice Department tried to cover them up.
In a letter from Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) to the FBI and Justice Department, the senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee says many “highly credible whistleblowers” accuse them of burying “verified and verifiable” on Hunter Biden calling it “misinformation”. .”
“There were people in the FBI who had partisan views … who accepted, a green light for an investigation of Trump based on fuzzy newspaper reports. At the same time, information that was strong enough to investigate Hunter Biden, but they wanted to characterize it as disinformationand they’ve terminated that investigation,” Grassley told Fox.
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When senators asked about the Hunter Biden case during Thursday’s hearing, Director Wray said he couldn’t answer.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) accused the FBI and the Justice Department of completely crossing the line between seeking justice and politics. “I hear from FBI agents and Justice Department professionals who are appalled that our law enforcement has been militarized and politicized, rather than remaining apolitical as has been the case in our country’s history. .”
Quin Hillyer, editor of the Washington Examiner, accepted. “There seemed to be a very heavily politicized culture and…it’s been politicized mostly to the left. And a lot of people who are very Democratic have integrated into the FBI and used it to go after conservatives and Republicans. “, said Hillyer.
Former U.S. Attorney Brett Tolman, now executive director of Right on Crime, told us that the failure to prosecute the Biden family, in a case that should be a slam dunk, speaks volumes.
“The only explanation you can have is the political maneuvering going on. It would be the easiest case you’ve ever presented to a grand jury. It would also be one where you have so much clout given the drugs, the trafficking sexual and allegations. and others that you could put a lot of pressure on individuals to expose the whole conspiracy,” Tolman said.
More answers could come next year if the GOP takes control of Congress, as top Republicans pledge to compel Hunter and Joe Biden’s brother James to testify about their overseas business deals, and to also use the power of the stock market to force the FBI to reform.