FBI Director Christopher Wray has finally caved, after being threatened with a “contempt of Congress” vote and he agreed to hand over a subpoenaed informant file alleging that Joe Biden engaged in a $5 million bribery scheme while he was vice president.
Congressman James Comer, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, announced on Friday that the long sought-after memo will be available for all lawmakers to study on Monday. The FD-1023 in question, filed by an FBI informant in June of 2020, claims that Biden actively tried to change US foreign policy in exchange for a $5 million payment to his family’s business by an unknown foreign country or entity.
After the document’s existence was first revealed by a whistleblower’s congressional testimony, Chairman Comer used the power of the subpoena to demand that the FBI hand it over. But the bureau repeatedly refused to hand it over, until Comer said that he had actually already seen it!
Mike Davis joined Jack Posobiec Thursday with his analysis of what we’ll learn about this document, hopefully next week.