**House Oversight Chairman James Comer has expressed distrust towards the FBI following a meeting with FBI Director Christopher Wray. The meeting revolved around a document, which Comer claims implicates Joe Biden in a criminal bribery scheme. Despite Wray’s assurances of cooperation, Comer questions the truthfulness of the FBI and plans to move forward with contempt of Congress.**
Doubts over the FBI’s integrity have emerged after House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R) suggested on Monday that he does not trust the bureau. Comer recently met with FBI Director Christopher Wray and viewed an FBI document allegedly containing evidence of a “criminal bribery scheme” involving Joe Biden during his term as vice president.
Comer’s skepticism over the FBI’s cooperation was sparked when a reporter asked him why he was proceeding with contempt of Congress, despite having met with Wray and reviewed the controversial document. Comer challenged the impartiality of the FBI and drew attention to the fact that their official narrative coincides with the White House and mainstream media’s dismissal of the allegations.
Still insisting on accessing the document, the House Oversight Chairman pointed out that his recent meeting with the FBI had not ruled out or disproved the allegations against Biden. According to Comer, the contents of the document are involved in an ongoing investigation – possibly based in Delaware.
The wavering trust in the FBI’s actions is further fueled by contrasting claims from sources such as the Washington Post and House Oversight Committee Ranking Member Jamie Raskin (D), both of whom have stated there is no existing