PROOF: Biden Bribery Document Confirmed

Joe Biden

( – Two senior congressional Republicans have confirmed with the director of the FBI the existence of a subpoenaed document implicating President Joe Biden in a massive bribery scheme.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) and Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) talked over the phone with FBI chief Christopher Wray on Wednesday, a conversation they had announced in advance.

The conversation occurred after the FBI refused to produce an informant filed subpoenaed by Comer, which allegedly claims that Biden participated in a bribery scheme with a foreign national during the latter’s time as Barack Obama’s vice president.

However, Comer and Grassley haven’t made progress in obtaining the unclassified record, and Wray didn’t commit to handing it over, The Washington Times reports.

The FBI chief only agreed to allow some lawmakers to view the document at the agency headquarters.

As a result, Comer has reiterated his earlier decision to prepare charges to hold Wray in contempt of the US Congress over the latter’s refusal to hand over the Biden file.

“While Director Wray – after a month of refusing to even acknowledge that the form existed – has offered to allow us to see the documents in person at FBI headquarters, we have been clear that anything short of producing these documents to the House Oversight Committee is not in compliance with the subpoena,” Comer declared in a statement.

“If the FBI fails to hand over the FD-1023 form as required by the subpoena, the House Oversight Committee will begin contempt of Congress proceedings,” he stated.

The FBI itself issued a statement informing that Wray offered Comer and a Democrat Oversight Committee member, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), to “review information responsive to the subpoena in a secure manner to accommodate the committee, while protecting the confidentiality and safety of sources and important investigative sensitivities.”

The agency added the FD-1023 form of the Biden file was for unverified claims by a confidential human source.

“Documenting the information does not validate it, establish its credibility, or weigh it against other information verified by the FBI,” it said.

The bureau argued exposing the record could “harm investigations” but vowed to keep working “in good faith” with the House Oversight Committee.