Senator Grassley Drops Bomb, Alleges Audio Recordings Can Prove Biden Bribery Scheme


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Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) revealed on the Senate floor this week that a highly credible FBI informant said a foreign national has recorded audio implicating President Joe Biden in an alleged $5 million dollar bribery scheme. These accusations from Grassley have built on the original allegation of the scheme, which was revealed late last week. 

An FD-1023 form, which is in the FBI’s possession, has been shown to members of the House Oversight Committee, with redactions, and makes reference to the audio recordings by the foreign national.

“The 1023 produced to the House Committee redacted reference that the foreign national who allegedly bribed Joe and Hunter Biden allegedly has audio recordings of his conversation with them. Seventeen such recordings,” Grassley said in a speech on the Senate Floor Tuesday evening. 

The House Oversight Committee got access to the FD-1023 file after Republicans threatened to hold FBI Director Christopher Wrey in contempt of Congress for failing to respond to their requests to not initially hand over the 1023 form, only relenting and handing it over after being threatened with a contempt of Congress charge. 

The accusations are connected with Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company where Hunter Biden served on the executive board, and his dad, President Joe Biden.

James Comer, the leading House Republican from Kentucky who is spearheading the House effort on the alleged bribery scheme, said on the Fox News channel Sunday, that “he realized that there were two footnotes in there that referenced other 1023s.” 

Responding to the accusations late last week, President Joe Biden called them “a bunch of malarkey.” 

Democrats and the White House have called the accusations “politically motivated,” and have dismissed the investigation as a witch hunt against the Bidens. The FBI has said that the informant must remain anonymous due to “the fear of threats against his and or her life.” 

The FBI has continued to stonewall the investigation and has continually refused to answer questions from Republican lawmakers regarding the probe. Rep. Comer also told Newsmax that the footnotes of the 1023’s date several years back to 2017. A source told the Daily Wire that the oversight panel is trying to schedule a time this upcoming week for the oversight panel to review the other 1023s.

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