White House Bribery Allegations Linked To Biden

(HorizonPost.com) – Republicans in the House of Representatives and the Senate are demanding information from the Department of Justice and the FBI relating to an alleged bribery scheme involving President Biden. Senator Chuck Grassley and Rep. James Comer wrote to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI leader Christopher Wray demanding that they provide all information they have concerning the matter. The Congressmen say they have been alerted to the existence of a document, allegedly in the possession of the FBI, that reveals evidence of a scheme under which Biden received cash in exchange for policy decisions.

The Congressmen also stated that both departments have a history of allowing political bias to influence their decisions. They want to know precisely what has been done about the allegations contained within the document known as FD-1023.

A subpoena issued by the Republicans to Garland and Wray requires that all documents and attachments related to the FD-1023 be handed to the House Oversight Committee.

White House spokesman said the subpoena, and the allegations, are merely another political attack by Republicans on the President. Grassley and Comer, however, insist it is the DOJ and FBI who are guilty of political bias and aggression and are weaponized by the government to silence conservative voices in America.

There is speculation about the details of the allegations on Capitol Hill, with some suggesting Ukraine or Russia are likely to be involved.  

Ukrainian gas company Burisma paid the President’s son Hunter $1 million per year to serve on its board, despite his lack of experience in the industry. Vice President Biden said he would campaign for more US support for Ukrainian gas companies only days after his son joined the board.

Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina allegedly paid $3.5 million to a firm associated with Hunter Biden. The businesswoman has avoided restrictions placed upon Russians due to the Ukraine war.

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