Late Tuesday, House Oversight Chair James Comer (R-KY) revealed that a well-placed source has alleged a bribe was sent to then-Vice President Joe Biden in 2017, corresponding with Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings in Ukraine. According to Just The News, Rep. Comer disclosed details outlined in Form 1023, which FBI officials have neglected to share with lawmakers investigating President Biden’s potential ties to his son’s business activities.
JUST IN: Ukrainian business operative believed to be the man responsible for bribing Joe Biden for influence in Washington.
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FBI Director Christopher Wray eventually permitted limited viewing of the file for the Oversight chair, following a foreshadowed lack of cooperation in this matter. However, the whistleblower’s name has been redacted for unknown reasons.
Regarding speculation that the bribe involves a Ukrainian businessman who hired Hunter Biden at Burisma Holdings, Comer has refused to comment.
House Republicans are continuing efforts to unveil whether the FBI brushed off the allegation as ”Russian disinformation”. Instead, they aim to bring to light some of Hunter Biden’s illicit actions, including the infamous laptop debacle of the 2016 election.
Rep. Comer is part of the Oversight Committee investigating allegations that President Biden engaged in a $5 million bribery scheme due to his family’s lobbying on behalf of foreign companies for influence in Washington. Whistleblower claims allege that the Bureau interfered in the probe of criminal activity regarding Hunter Biden. As well as this, a union of veteran former agents has condemned the “politicization” at the FBI.
The Bureau has declined all attempts by House Republicans to disclose the 1023 form, due to unsubstantiated claims being afforded credibility. This stonewalling has resulted in Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene introducing articles of impeachment against Director Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland.