The Department of Justice never fails to show its political bias.
The entire agency reeks of corruption and has attempted to derail investigations into the Biden Crime Family at all costs.
However, the truth will always find a way to reveal itself.
A whistleblower last week came forward to the House Oversight Committee to “reveal records tying Joe Biden directly to foreign nationals in an alleged pay-for-play scheme to influence policy decisions.”
According to a whistleblower, this record details an alleged arrangement involving an exchange of money for policy decisions.… pic.twitter.com/6yLwPLi8Hw
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) May 3, 2023
In the latest revelations, a former federal prosecutor reportedly approached the U.S. Department of Justice in 2018 about a witness who claimed to have evidence of Joe Biden's 'bribery' scheme.
Just the News reports that the witness claimed Joe Biden exerted influence to protect his son's Ukrainian employer in exchange for money.
Ex-prosecutor approached DOJ in 2018 with witness who claimed Joe Biden involved in 'bribery' https://t.co/5SnJ2b2Lar
— Just the News (@JustTheNews) May 8, 2023
Retired federal prosecutor Bud Cummins reportedly wrote in October 2018 that then-Ukraine Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko would present evidence about the Bidens.
Cummins told Just the News and the New York Post that he felt like he was "stonewalled."
BOMBSHELL REPORT: Foreign bribery claims against Biden FIRST BROUGHT TO DOJ in 2018 by federal prosecutor Bud Cummins who was 'stonewalled' - then investigated..
Cummins phone data was TAKEN BY grand jury subpoena..
PAYING ATTENTION YET...
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) May 8, 2023
Just the News had the details:
The agency didn't take up the ex-prosecutor on his offer but instead secretly obtained his phone records a year later in an apparent effort to identify his contacts.
Retired Little Rock, Ark., U.S. Attorney Bud Cummins wrote then-New York U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman on Oct. 4, 2018 that then-Ukraine Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko was willing to travel to the United States to present evidence about the Bidens and Burisma Holdings.
Lutsenko believes "VP Biden (and Sec State Kerry) exercised influence to protect Burisma Holdings in exchange for payments to Hunter Biden, (business partner) Devon Archer, and Joe Biden," Cummins emailed Berman.
Hunter Biden and his business partner Devon Archer were both hired to the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian natural gas firm, in spring 2014 while Joe Biden was vice president and in charge of U.S.-Ukraine policy.
The hiring raised eyebrows since the gas company was considered corrupt by the U.S. State Department and State officials have testified they believed the hiring of the VP's son created the appearance of a conflict of interest.
In a series of emails, Cummins said Lutsenko could produce two "John Doe" witnesses who could corroborate the claims, including that some of the money Burisma paid to Hunter Biden as a board member for Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky's firm benefited Joe Biden.
Republican Congress members Chuck Grassley and James Comer subpoenaed the FBI last week to declassify a document which alleges that Joe Biden was part of the criminal scheme.
The document alleges a bribery scheme between Joe Biden and a “foreign national.”
It goes into detail about Biden being part of an arrangement to receive money for pushing certain policy positions.
Comer spilled the details in a press release last Wednesday.
“The information provided by a whistleblower raises concerns that then-Vice President Biden allegedly engaged in a bribery scheme with a foreign national,” said Comer.
“The American people need to know if President Biden sold out the United States of America to make money for himself.”