Ever heard about the FD-1023 informant file from June 2020? Buckle up, as we dive into an explosive tale of alleged corruption and power plays that have jolted the highest echelons of the US government.
In a startling revelation, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) shattered the silence, declaring a firm ‘No Deal’ to FBI Director Christopher Wray’s proposition. Wray proposed a private review of the informant file that allegedly implicated President Biden in a bribery scheme during his vice-presidential tenure.
What transpired next was a tense early-afternoon phone call that sent shockwaves across Washington D.C. Wray confirmed the existence of the damning FD-1023 file but denied its official release. Instead, he suggested an “in camera review” for Comer and committee ranking member Jamie Raskin (D-Md.). Despite Wray’s attempts at pacification, Comer stood his ground, refusing to compromise the transparency of the proceedings.
In a chilling declaration post his call with Wray, Comer made his intentions crystal clear: “If the FBI fails to hand over the FD-1023 form as required by the subpoena, the House Oversight Committee will begin contempt of Congress proceedings.” Do you hear the drumbeats of defiance, my fellow truth-seekers? Comer’s words aren’t merely a threat; they’re a clarion call for justice.
But let’s not forget Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who chimed in with his allegations. Apparently, while the FBI was busy leaking classified information to the media, jeopardizing their sources, they continued to play a dangerous game of ‘keep away‘ with Congress. The FBI’s constant denial to provide a specific unclassified record doesn’t sit right, does it?
In the middle of this unfolding drama, an FBI spokesperson made a futile attempt to salvage their reputation. They claimed that the FBI was cooperating with the Committee and demonstrated their commitment by allowing the Chair to review the information in person. But their actions scream louder than their hollow words, and we, the people, aren’t buying it.
Can you sense the tension in the air?
The gloves are off, my friends, and it’s time to question the system.
After all, when the FBI refuses to share a document subpoenaed by the House Oversight Committee, isn’t that defying the bedrock of our democracy?
In a surprising turn of events, White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby denied Biden’s involvement in any criminal activities. According to a Harvard-Harris poll, a majority of the public, including a quarter of Democrats, believe Biden was involved with his son in an illegal influence peddling scheme. Despite Kirby’s emphatic denial, the tide of public opinion isn’t easily swayed.
Kirby’s reaction? An exasperated “Wow,” a response as dramatic as the allegations at hand. But then again, can we blame him for his outburst?
After all, it’s not every day that a president is accused of bribery.
The intriguing part of this elaborate conspiracy is that during his vice-presidency, Joe Biden was reportedly in contact with Hunter Biden and James Biden’s associates from various countries. All of this was found in the abandoned laptop of Hunter, complete with photographs and witness recollections.
So, we’re left with a tantalizing puzzle — an informant file, allegations of bribery, a stubborn FBI, a defiant Chairman, and an alleged international connection.
As the curtains rise on this theater of political conspiracy, we must question, scrutinize, and demand the truth.
After all, the world deserves to know, and we won’t stop until we unmask the reality behind the smokescreen.
So, stay with me, dear readers, as we continue to peel back the layers of this sordid saga.
This is just the beginning…