FBI's Political Agenda Exposed: Agency Conceals Evidence of President Biden's Bribery Scheme

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While Democrats and members of the activist media are locked in a desperate attempt to get the nation to focus on the Justice Department’s indictment against former President Donald Trump, another explosive bombshell in President Joe Biden’s bribery scandal has just dropped. Not surprisingly, it appears the FBI was trying to cover up the scandal in a way that makes it nearly impossible to claim that elements in the Bureau are not acting in a politically motivated manner.


Recent revelations regarding the FBI’s alleged cover-up of evidence suggesting President Joe Biden and his son Hunter received bribes from the founder of a Ukrainian energy company have sparked concerns about corruption within the agency. 

According to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), a confidential human source informed him about an individual who allegedly paid off Joe and Hunter Biden in exchange for favorable actions towards Ukrainian energy company Burisma, where Hunter had been appointed to a seat on the board. This foreign national possessed audio recordings of his conversations with the Bidens, which he kept as an “insurance policy.” Grassley shared this information during a Senate session, shedding light on a significant aspect of the corruption allegations.

But now, the plot has thickened.

It appears that not only do these recordings exist, if the source is to be trusted, it has come to light that the FBI concealed information on some of the alleged phone calls between Biden and the Burisma executive, who also happens to be an asset working with SVR, Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service:

Testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday afternoon, FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate admitted agents at the federal law enforcement agency blacked out information in a FD-1023 report — eventually given to the House Oversight Committee — showing President Joe Biden engaged in two phone calls with a former Burisma executive while he was vice president. That executive allegedly offered Biden and his son Hunter, who served on the Burisma board while his father was in charge of the Ukraine portfolio under President Obama, $5 million each for changes in U.S. policy towards the notoriously corrupt foreign gas company. The bribery allegations are allegedly detailed in the FD-1023 report, which FBI Director Christopher Wray has been fighting to keep secret and away from lawmakers.  


When questioned by Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Abbate defended the Bureau by explaining that they “often redact documents to protect sources and methods.”

“The document was redacted to protect the source,” Abbate explained further.

However, as President Biden is fond of saying, this excuse is a bunch of malarkey. This was not about protecting “sources and methods,” it was about shielding the Biden family from scrutiny, plain and simple. There is absolutely no way the Bureau would have done the same thing if this had been Trump instead of Biden.

The public has a right to know about any credible allegations of corruption involving high-ranking officials, irrespective of political affiliations. Unfortunately, the FBI does not seem to believe this is the case.

The revelations surrounding the FBI’s alleged cover-up have significant implications for the perception of corruption within the agency and the integrity of the Biden family, especially if Congress gets its hands on the actual recordings. If these allegations are true, they undermine the credibility of the current administration and call into question the ethical conduct of its key members. As I stated previously, it can and should lead to impeachment.

At this point, it seems reasonable to conclude that the evidence against Biden is quite damning. Why else would the Bureau bother to hide the information if the whole thing is a nothingburger?


The American people deserve transparency and accountability from their law enforcement agencies, regardless of the political implications. But it is abundantly clear that elements in the government are more concerned with advancing a political agenda than being trustworthy. Nevertheless, if the evidence is compelling, we are in for some interesting times ahead.


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