Biden’s Role in ‘Criminal Scheme’ Prompts House Subpoena of FBI Files

In an astonishing turn of events, the House Oversight Committee delivered a subpoena on Wednesday, demanding access to an FBI document.

This file, according to an informant, connects President Biden to an alleged “nefarious plot” in which “financial incentives influenced policy choices” during his tenure as vice president.

This lead might just be the game-changer Republican sleuths have been seeking as they delve into the involvement of Joe Biden in his family’s commercial ventures. These ventures are spanning nations like China, Mexico, Russia, and Ukraine.

Whistleblower Points to Potential Biden Misconduct

According to Republicans, the dossier in question directly points to potential misconduct by Joe Biden himself, rather than implicating him indirectly through possible criminal activities by his son Hunter Biden or another family member.

Sources indicate the purported corruption involves a country other than China.

Additionally, it is understood from two informants that the whistleblower in question is not the same individual as the IRS agent who anonymously stepped forward last month, accusing authorities of concealing information in the criminal investigation of the president’s son.

The Oversight Committee’s subpoena specifically requests an FD-1023 informant report. This was “established or altered in June 2020,” several months prior to Biden securing the presidential office.

The subpoena mandates the report be presented at a meeting scheduled for May 10th.

Chairman of the Oversight Committee, James Comer (R-KY), expressed that the recent whistleblower revelation “sparks apprehension regarding an alleged bribery conspiracy between then-Vice President Biden and an international individual.”

Republicans Demand Answers on Biden’s Dealings

Comer emphasized the urgency for transparency, stating, “It is crucial for the American public to ascertain whether President Biden compromised the United States for personal financial gain.”

Republicans elaborated in their letter, “It has come to our knowledge that the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) hold an unclassified FD-1023 form, detailing a supposed illicit plan involving then-Vice President Biden and a foreign national, concerning the exchange of funds for policy decisions.”

Accompanying the subpoena, the letter further states, “Allegedly, the document provides an in-depth account of how the purported criminal scheme operated and its objective.”

“Given the level of detail within the document, it seems that the DOJ and FBI possess sufficient information to verify the truth and accuracy of its content. Nevertheless, it remains uncertain what measures, if any, were taken to scrutinize the issue.”

In response to the development, White House spokesperson Ian Sams attempted to minimize its significance.