Biden’s Bribery Exposed To Congress

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Former Attorney General William Barr is proposing that Attorney General Merrick Garland release to Republican lawmakers FBI Document FD-1023, which alleges President Joe Biden’s criminal bribery scheme.

Barr’s proposal included a condition that necessary steps should be taken to protect the life and safety of the confidential human source who provided the information and came amid an uproar that the Department of Justice is being unfair in its investigation of former President Donald Trump and the Biden family

According to reporting by Fox News Digital, Barr explained that special counsel Jack Smith’s unprecedented accusation about Trump’s alleged mishandling of classified documents “understandably” ignited anger about a “double standard.”

Barr expressed his belief that Garland should take “concrete steps to address it.”

Barr added that the public needed reassurance that ongoing investigations into the Bidens “are being pursued with the same rigor as the case against Trump.”

Barr emphasized that the reassurances are “especially needed” since recent reports that an FBI informant is suggesting some machinations may be aimed at “undermining the Delaware investigation.”

U.S. Attorney David Weiss has spent the better part of four years leading the investigation into the potentially criminal dealings of the President’s son, Hunter Biden.

Earlier this month, reports surfaced that the contents of the FD-1023 allege that the head of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company, paid Joe Biden when he was Vice President $5 million in a bribery scheme when his son, Hunter Biden, sat on the board.

According to sources familiar with the document, dated June 30, 2020, the bribery influenced U.S. political decisions.

The document details an FBI interview with a “highly credible” confidential human source who described a series of meetings and conversations he had with a senior Burisma executive over several years starting in 2015.