While most of the world seems to be consumed with the news of the war abroad between Isreal and Hamas, or the (finally) decisive decision in the House here at home, others continue to pursue Joe Biden and the alleged criminal activities of the President and the first family.
Chuck Grassley Continues to Grill on Biden
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa claims that the FBI maintained more than 40 confidential human sources on various criminal matters related to the Biden family, including Joe Biden, dating back to his time as Vice President.
Grassley learned that an FBI task force within the Washington Field Office sought to, and in some cases, successfully, shut down reporting and information from those sources by falsely discrediting the information as foreign disinformation. That effort “caused investigative activity to cease.”
The confidential human sources “provided criminal information to the FBI relating to Joe Biden, James Biden, and Hunter Biden.”
In a letter obtained exclusively by Fox News Digital, Grassley wrote to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray late Tuesday night regarding his discoveries.
“Based on the information provided to my office over a period of years by multiple credible whistleblowers, there appears to be an effort within the Justice Department and FBI to shut down investigative activity relating to the Biden family,” Grassley wrote to Garland and Wray. “Such decisions point to significant political bias infecting the decision-making of not only the Attorney General and FBI Director, but also line agents and prosecutors.”
He added: “Our Republic cannot survive such a political infection and you have an obligation to this country to clear the air.”
Grassley outlined examples where FBI field offices were blocked from effectively investigating Hunter Biden’s involvement in Burisma, an energy holding company located in Ukraine.
“My office has been informed that the FBI agents and DOJ officials working the Pittsburgh Assessment had to pause their work for weeks at a time because the assessment had to be re-approved every 30 days by multiple DOJ and FBI officials,” Grassley wrote in the letter.
Biden Compromises National Security
In July of this year, Grassley released a document that described an alleged criminal bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Biden and a Ukrainian business executive, so that the American people could “read this document for themselves without the filter of politicians or bureaucrats.”
He obtained the document – an FBI-generated FD-1023 form – from a Justice Department whistleblower.
An FD-1023 is a form used by the FBI to record unverified reporting from confidential human sources.
Grassley, along with Republican Representative James Comer (Ky.) have been teaming up to prove the Biden family corruption for years.
“The information provided by a whistleblower raises concerns that then-Vice President Biden allegedly engaged in a bribery scheme with a foreign national. The American people need to know if President Biden sold out the United States of America to make money for himself. Senator Grassley and I will seek the truth to ensure accountability for the American people,” Comer said when issuing a subpoena for the document earlier this year.
Comer, the Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, claims that if the man responsible for the safety of the country is compromised then he is a threat to our national security.
Comer and Grassley are right. Especially at a time when the country needs strong leadership, Joe Biden has proven to be weak.
Given the current fragility of American sovereignty, the country can’t afford a President who has been bought and paid for.
Jennifer Galardi is the politics and culture editor and opinion writer for 19FortyFive.com. She has a Master’s in Public Policy from Pepperdine University and produces and hosts the podcast Connection with conversations that address health, culture, politics, and policy. In a previous life, she wrote for publications in the health, fitness, and nutrition space. In addition, her pieces have been published in the Epoch Times and Pepperdine Policy Review. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter.
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