According to a Bombshell congressional report, the FBI turned a blind eye to Hunter Biden paying thousands ‘to individuals involved in human trafficking & organized prostitution’ and his dodgy foreign deals as revealed on his laptop, weeks before the 2020 election
The House Judiciary Committee slammed the FBI for looking the other way and giving Hunter Biden, ‘preferential treatment’ in a 1,050 page report released Friday.
The Mail Online reports: Senior Republicans claimed the Bureau ‘downplayed’ the scandal of Hunter’s foreign business deals and potential illegal activity in the weeks before the 2020 presidential election and ‘even colluded with social media platform Facebook to suppress information.’
The report pointed to an interview in August this year of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on the Joe Rogan Experience, in which Zuckerberg admitted his company censored stories about Joe Biden‘s involvement in Hunter’s business dealings after the FBI warned them to be on ‘on high alert’ for ‘Russian propaganda’
The report noted scandalous details revealed from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, including a $3.5million wire from the mayor of Moscow’s widow, thousands of dollars Hunter paid ‘to individuals involved in human trafficking and organized prostitution’, his controversial board seat with a Ukrainian gas company, and the Biden family’s $10million business deal with a Chinese company with close links to the country’s communist regime.
The committee is still demanding answers from more than 50 top current and former intelligence officials on why they labeled Hunter Biden’s laptop ‘Russian disinformation’ in an open letter ahead of the election.
The report included copies of letters sent to the officials by the Judiciary Committee earlier this year, asking for ‘all documents and communications’ to get to the bottom of how the open letter was cooked up.
In Spring 2021 DailyMail.com commissioned an analysis by leading cyber forensics experts which concluded that the laptop data was real.
Other publications including the New York Times and the Washington Post have since admitted the authenticity of material on the laptop after their own investigations.
But the signatories to the letter, which include former Director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper and ex CIA directors Mike Hayden, Leon Panetta and John Brennan, have not retracted or revised their statements.