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Rep Comer to hold Wray in contempt for refusal to turn over Biden bribery document



House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer (R-KY), announced the beginning of holding FBI director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress. The reasoning behind the process, Comer explained, is for the bureau’s continued refusal to turn over the whistleblower documents alleging President Joe Biden was involved in a bribery scheme.

Specifically, the document allegedly claims that then-vice president Joe Biden received a whopping $5 million as part of a bribery scheme. Comer stated FBI officials confirmed the credibility of the FBI-generated whistleblower document during a briefing in a secure SCIF on Capitol Hill on Monday.

National Review reports that the bureau agreed to privately brief Comer and ranking Democrat Jamie Raskin after the chairman threatened to hold Wray in contempt for refusing to turn over the document to the committee, “but the concession does not appear to have assuaged Comer’s concerns.”

“At the briefing, the FBI again refused to hand over the unclassified record to the custody of the House Oversight Committee,” Comer said. “And we will now initiate contempt of Congress hearings this Thursday.”

“Given the severity and complexity of the allegations contained within this record, Congress must investigate further,” Comer continued. “The investigation is not dead. This is only the beginning.”

Comer said that FBI officials confirmed during the briefing that the whistleblower document “has not been disproven and is currently being used in an ongoing investigation by a confidential human source who provided information about the vice president by being involved in a criminal bribery scheme is a trusted, highly credible informant who has been used by the FBI for over ten years and has been paid over 6 figures.”

National Review details the history:

The Biden family and their financial associates allegedly created a web of over 20 companies meant to conceal money received from foreign nations, the House Oversight Committee said in early May. Representative Nancy Mace (R., S.C.), a committee member, called the creation of such shell companies an act of “financial gymnastics” through which at least ten Biden family members reportedly received monetary payments, including Hunter Biden; James Biden; James Biden’s wife, Sara Jones Biden; the late Beau Biden’s wife, Hallie Biden; Hunter Biden’s ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle; Hunter Biden’s wife, Melissa Cohen; and “three children of the president’s son and the president’s brother.”

Representative Comer, who personally reviewed the document, told reporters that the scheme resembles “a pattern of bribery.” The “claims made in the document are consistent with what we found and disclosed to you all in Romania. It suggests a pattern of bribery where payments would be made through shell accounts and multiple banks,” the chairman said.

“There’s a term for that, it’s called money laundering,” Comer added. “So we feel that this accusation is consistent with a pattern that we’re seeing, frankly, in other countries.”

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