New whistleblower disclosures assert that the FBI has “voluminous evidence” of what they call “potential criminal conduct” by Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son.
The information came through Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who also previously disclosed whistleblower assertions that evidence against the president’s son was erroneously tagged as “disinformation” by the bureau.
The new letter from Grassley was sent to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and the Delaware attorney general who is conducting the investigation into Hunter Biden. It was dated Oct. 13.
The senator’s letter accuses the FBI of exhibiting a “pattern and practice of political decisions.” It laid out that whistleblowers told Grassley’s office that there is substantial evidence of Biden’s alleged “pay-to-play” operation in China.
It said, however, that it is unknown how much scrutiny the FBI is giving the evidence. Grassley said the lack of action came even as the agency knew that the information “formed a sufficient basis to open a full field investigation.”
First son Hunter Biden and first brother James Biden have reportedly obtained millions in funds from Chinese energy company CEFC China Energy through several business deals.
Doing the math, that would've been $4 million for the Big Guy. https://t.co/NNByV8xMQk
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) October 17, 2022
The senator relayed that he was given potential evidence of wrongdoing associated with Hunter Biden’s actions as a board member of Ukraine’s Burisma Holdings during the time his father was vice president.
The letter states that the FBI has documents related to the owner of Burisma and Hunter Biden. It goes on to allege the bureau has specific details of conversations “relevant to potential criminal conduct by Hunter Biden.”
Grassley’s letter ends with his belief that the FBI may not have undertaken normal protocol to ascertain the “truth and accuracy of the information.”
He added that the investigation may have been mothballed ahead of the 2020 presidential election “based on improper disinformation claims.”
The explosive letter comes just a week after the Washington Post published a report that federal agents think they have sufficient evidence to charge the president’s son with tax crimes. There is also a matter of lying about drug use on a federal gun purchase form.