**House Oversight Chairman James Comer demands transparency on Biden bribery document**
In a bold move, House Oversight Chairman James Comer forced the FBI to allow all members of the committee to review the so-called Biden bribery document and receive a briefing. This comes after weeks of the FBI refusing to admit the existence of the record, which allegedly implicates then-Vice President Joe Biden in a bribery scheme. With growing distrust in the FBI, transparency and accountability are essential in the pursuit of justice.
Previously, the FBI had refused to acknowledge the existence of the FD-1023 record, a document reportedly detailing a conversation between a confidential human source and a foreign national claiming to have bribed Joe Biden. This resistance prompted the House Oversight Committee to consider holding FBI Director Chris Wray in contempt, but that vote has since been canceled due to the recent breakthrough.
According to House Oversight Chairman James Comer, the bribery allegations involve a “substantial bribe” sent to Biden by a business person from Ukraine when he was Vice President. Interestingly, during this time, Biden’s son Hunter held a well-paid position on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company. This new information about the alleged Ukraine-Biden connection came to light through a trusted informant who first presented their findings to the FBI in 2017.
The FBI has confirmed the document’s credibility, now allowing all members of the Oversight and Accountability Committee to review the unclassified record. Chairman Comer has reviewed the material himself and requested that the FBI hand it over to the House Oversight’s custody so that other committee members can review it. This marks a significant step in the investigation into the alleged Biden family corruption.
In a recent interview, Comer revealed that the bribery allegations against Biden do