On Monday, House Oversight Chairman James Comer stated that once again, the FBI declined to provide the Biden bribery document.
Over the weekend, news broke that Chris Wray gave in to Comer’s demands and agreed to release the unclassified document containing information about a $5 million criminal scheme.
Chairman Comer has reviewed the crucial document and requested the FBI to transfer custody of the record to the House Oversight for further review, as he pursues his investigation into the alleged criminal activities of the Biden family.
On Monday, Comer declared that the FBI once again refused to comply, prompting his decision to initiate contempt of Congress hearings this Thursday.
“At the briefing again, the FBI again refused to hand over the unclassified record to the custody of the House Oversight Committee — and we will now initiate contempt of Congress hearings this Thursday,” he said.
“Congress must investigate further,” Comer added.
A reporter asked James Comer if the document reveals any additional Biden family business engagements with foreign countries.
Comer stated that the document, dated July 30, 2020, indicates a recurring pattern of bribery involving payments made through shell accounts across multiple banks.
“There’s a term for that — it’s called ‘money laundering’,” Comer stated.
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