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FBI Faces Deadline TODAY To Hand Over Joe Biden Bribery Scheme Document

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) had a final message Tuesday morning for FBI Director Christopher Wray regarding the Joe Biden bribery scheme document.

Hand over the document or face contempt charges.

“Comer subpoenaed the document that he’s requested. We have jurisdiction over the FBI, which they seem to act like we do not. I personally called Director Wray and told him he needs to send that document,” McCarthy said on Fox News. 

“He needs to send that document. Today is the deadline….If he misses the deadline today, I am prepared to move contempt charges in Congress against him,” McCarthy continued.

“We have jurisdiction over this. He can send us that document. We have the right to look at that. Republicans and Democrats alike in that committee and if he does not follow through with the law, we will move contempt charges against Christopher Wray and the FBI. They are not above the law,” he added.


In a recent announcement, the House Oversight Committee revealed the FBI has only five days left to hand over any documents relating to Joe Biden’s bribery scheme.

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The Oversight Committee stated, “The FBI has five days to produce the requested FD-1023 record that alleges a $5 million bribery scheme involving then-VP Biden.”

The Committee continued “If the FBI doesn’t produce the record, Rep James Comer will initiate contempt of Congress proceedings.”


Here’s the House Oversight Committee’s official report:

House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) and Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) today are blasting FBI Director Christopher Wray for defying a congressional subpoena for an unclassified record alleging a criminal scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign national. The document, an FBI-generated FD-1023 form, allegedly details an arrangement involving an exchange of money for policy decisions. In a new letter to Director Wray, Chairman Comer warns that if the FBI fails to produce the record by May 30, 2023, the Oversight Committee will initiate contempt of Congress proceedings.

“The FBI’s refusal to provide this single document is obstructionist. Whistleblower disclosures that Joe Biden may have been involved in a criminal bribery scheme as Vice President track closely with what we are seeing in our investigation into the Biden family’s influence peddling schemes. Congress and the American people need to know what, if anything, the FBI did to verify the allegations contained within this record. If Director Wray refuses to hand over this unclassified record, the Oversight Committee will begin contempt of Congress proceedings,” said Chairman Comer.

FBI staff indicated to Oversight Committee staff the search terms contained in Chairman Comer’s subpoena were broad because there were many responsive documents containing the term “Biden” in its confidential human source database for June 2020. Chairman Comer is narrowing the breadth of the subpoena by providing two additional terms that may be referenced in the FD-1023 form: “June 30, 2020” and “five million.” These terms relate to the date on the FD-1023 form and its reference to the amount of money the foreign national allegedly paid to receive the desired policy outcome.

"@RepJamesComer demands the FBI produce the unclassified record alleging a criminal bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign national. The FBI must provide this record without further delay. Americans demand the truth and accountability," the House Oversight Committee previously wrote.



"Chris Wray’s refusal to comply with a subpoena for FD-1023 is an affront to the checks and balances of our government. Wray should be impeached, and if he continues to withhold docx in this important investigation into the Biden Family, he should be held in contempt of Congress," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) wrote Tuesday.


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