The House Oversight and Reform Committee expects to uncover evidence of between $20 and $30 million in bribes received by President Joe Biden from foreign nationals during his time as vice president, according to Representative James Comer.
During Thursday’s interview with Fox News, Comer said, “Look, Christopher Wray has no control over the FBI,” referring to allegations that they are not investigating. “This is an organization in disarray. No one has confidence in leadership at the top. You have bureaucrats, deep state bureaucrats, who are running the show.”
Comer criticized the FBI for its alleged partisanship, claiming that some within the Bureau were more interested in attacking former President Donald Trump than investigating potential misconduct by Biden. The Representative suggested that the lack of action against Biden was because the President could be “controlled.”
However, Comer made it clear that his main focus was on “following the money,” with the belief that further investigations will expose more substantial sums transferred from foreign nationals to the Biden family. “This is going to be hard for Joe Biden to explain, and it’s not going to go away,” Comer warned.
The Representative predicted that the mainstream media, which he accused of largely ignoring these allegations so far, will eventually turn on Biden and start asking more critical questions. As of now, the Oversight Committee has identified up to $10 million in alleged bribes, but Comer expects this figure to rise as more bank records are examined.
The GOP is indeed following the money trail. On Monday, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) unveiled that an executive linked to the Ukrainian gas company possesses 17 audio recordings that implicate both Joe Biden and Hunter Biden. The Burisma executive, referred to as the “Foreign National,” is believed to have kept these recordings as an “insurance policy.”
The whistleblower alleging Biden’s involvement in the criminal bribery scheme is reported to be a “highly credible” FBI confidential source. The confidant has been involved in multiple investigations and has been used by the FBI for years dating back to the Obama administration.
The forthcoming release of the FD-1023 document could have significant implications for the Biden administration and the FBI. The FD-1023 form currently contains serious allegations concerning Biden’s conduct during his tenure as Vice President. Allegedly, he accepted a bribe, initially valued between $5 million and $10 million (now more), to ease his family’s business endeavors in Ukraine. His son Hunter, who previously served a significant role on the board of Ukrainian company Burisma Holdings, is also implicated in the document.
“The foreign national who allegedly bribed Joe and Hunter Biden allegedly has audio recordings of his conversation with them. Seventeen such recordings,” Grassley said. In a reference to FBI Form 1023, which records contacts with sources, Grassley revealed that the document indicates the Foreign National has “two audio recordings of phone calls between him and then-Vice President Joe Biden.”
Although the identities of those named in these FD-1023 forms are redacted and the specifics are yet to be disclosed to the public, it is anticipated that these forms will yield additional FBI testimonies from confidential sources.