New testimony claims that the Biden family cover up included help from the FBI and DOJ both before and after the 2020 election.
Former Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney Scott Brady shared the information with the Judiciary Committee last week.
— Cuomo Watch 🇺🇸 (@CuomoWatch) October 30, 2023
"Brady’s testimony fits a pattern revealed by Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley last week, in which over 40 confidential human sources gave information to the FBI, over several years, about potential criminal activity involving the president, his brother James and son Hunter," the New York Post reported.
"In a blistering letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland Wednesday, Grassley alleged ongoing efforts 'among certain Justice Department and FBI officials to improperly delay and stop full and complete investigative activity into the Biden family,'" it added.
🚨 BREAKING 🚨@RepJamesComer and Oversight Republicans are CALLING ON RANKING MEMBER JAMIE RASKIN to correct the record and APOLOGIZE FOR LYING to the American people about the Bidens’ business schemes.
Most recently, former U.S. Attorney Scott Brady’s testimony debunks… pic.twitter.com/xlPe6ZTYtk
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) October 26, 2023
"@RepJamesComer and Oversight Republicans are CALLING ON RANKING MEMBER JAMIE RASKIN to correct the record and APOLOGIZE FOR LYING to the American people about the Bidens’ business schemes," the Oversight Committee said on X, formerly Twitter.
"Most recently, former U.S. Attorney Scott Brady’s testimony debunks Ranking Member Raskin’s lies about the FBI’s unclassified FD-1023 form that memorializes a confidential human source’s conversations with a Burisma executive who claimed to have bribed then-Vice President Joe Biden for $5 million dollars," it added.
Former U.S. Attorney Scott Brady found the Department of Justice's process in 2020 for investigating public information about Hunter Biden's involvement in Ukraine "very unusual.”
Coordinating with FBI headquarters was particularly difficult, Brady said, noting it was a…
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) October 27, 2023
"Coordinating with FBI headquarters was particularly difficult, Brady said, noting it was a 'challenging working relationship' and that he was often met with 'reluctance on the part of the FBI' to help Brady with investigating," Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) shared on social media.
"We were told by the special agents that they had to go pens down sometimes for two or three weeks at a time before they could reengage and take additional steps because they were still waiting on, again, someone within the 17 chain signoff to approve," Brady said.
The questions continue to pile up over the government's support of Biden, including ahead of the 2020 election.
The concerns also extend to Biden family members, especially Hunter Biden, whose laptop story was downplayed ahead of the election.
The problems continue to grow in the Biden investigation in ways that could make his reelection more difficult in 2024.