Amidst the ongoing Trump indictments and the incarceration of January 6th demonstrators for their role in a march that infiltrated the Capitol, the Biden family appears to remain unscathed, seemingly protected by the FBI despite numerous apparent transgressions.
Two explosive revelations from Just the News have brought to light a prosecutor’s intense frustration with the FBI’s apparent unwillingness to investigate valid allegations of corrupt interactions between the Biden family and Ukraine—a matter for which Trump was previously impeached when he sought clarification. Furthermore, it has been disclosed that the agency had accumulated evidence from over 40 informants over several years of investigation, a fact that officials from both the DOJ and FBI allegedly attempted to suppress, according to a letter from Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) released on Wednesday.
Firstly, addressing the prosecutor’s grievances:
Scott Brady, formerly the U.S. Attorney for Pittsburgh, disclosed to the House Judiciary Committee that his team had uncovered sufficient credible evidence during their preliminary review of Hunter Biden’s engagements with Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings, as well as potential corruption by Joe Biden. This led them to refer the criminal matters to three different U.S. Attorney’s offices located in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Delaware for further examination.
However, Brady faced immediate resistance from both the FBI and the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s office upon his 2020 assignment by the Justice Department to scrutinize the Biden family’s Ukrainian affairs. This resistance was so significant that it necessitated escalation to higher-ups in the deputy attorney general’s office.
Brady described the working relationship as challenging, citing the FBI’s apparent reluctance to delve into allegations of Ukrainian corruption, particularly those intersecting with Hunter Biden and his role at Burisma. He also faced difficulties when attempting to transfer evidence to David Weiss and his deputy Lesley Wolf in late 2020. Brady said of Weiss’s office, “Speaking generally, from a process perspective, I think there was both a skepticism of the information that we were developing, that we had received, and skepticism and then weariness of that information.”
Addressing the 40 informants:
In a letter dated Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) disclosed that the FBI had maintained over 40 informants with connections to the Biden family over a prolonged period, though most investigative paths were obstructed. Grassley questioned whether the FBI thoroughly investigated information provided by informants or dismissed it.
Grassley’s letter, grounded in years of investigation and whistleblower testimonies from within the Justice Department, raises serious concerns about potential political bias within the FBI and DOJ and the impact such bias could have on the integrity of governmental institutions. Grassley stated, “This alleged political infection breaks faith with the American people, and it will ruin our governmental institutions should it continue.” He stresses the importance of accountability and transparency, urging for a full disclosure of the FBI’s actions—or lack thereof—regarding the Biden family and their alleged corrupt dealings in Ukraine.