(DailyVantage.com) – Federal investigators have reportedly admitted that the evidence of the case of a bribery crime that involved incumbent President Joe Biden, at the time he served as former President Barack Obama’s vice president, and a “foreign national” is “real.” FBI Director Christoper Wray confirmed that the documents about a Biden “crime scene” where Biden allegedly received a “criminal bribe” did exist. The existence of the documents was confirmed in a teleconference call between House Oversight Committee Chairman Representative James Comer (R.Ky) and Director Wray, Comer tweeted on May 31.
Comer stated in a tweet on June first that he was preparing to introduce legislation to hold Wray in contempt of Congress if he failed to send the subpoenaed documents.
Likewise, in a letter sent to Wray, dated May 24, as a follow-up to a letter dated May 3, expressing that the House Oversight Committee had subpoenaed “legally protected” and “highly credible” documents from whistleblowers. In the letter, Comer detailed the process of cooperation with the FBI, and then stated that the FBI’s failure to submit the document he is seeking in particular is “obstructionist.”
Comer has reportedly stated that the documents he is seeking, in particular, contain the particulars of an alleged crime scheme that then-Vice President Biden would have been engaged in with a foreign national. However, at the time of this report, Comer had released details on the particular allegations of Biden’s meeting with the foreign national, what the circumstances of the exchange were, or other such details.
On May 30, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reportedly stated that he would move to press “contempt charges” if Wray did not forward the subpoenaed documents to Congress by the deadline. The documents, which consist of the FBI’s FD-1023 forms that record interactions with “confidential sources” were reportedly not corroborated by the FBI. These documents are records of confidential tips that contain the word “Biden” in them.
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