While January 6th protesters languish in prison for participating in a fed-filled march on the Capitol, the Biden family sits pretty atop their ivory tower as the FBI covers for their multitude of obvious crimes.
In two bombshell reports from Just the News, we learn that not only was a prosecutor livid over the FBI's "reluctance" to pursue credible claims of corrupt Biden dealings in Ukraine (the thing Democrats impeached Trump for asking about), the agency had evidence from more than 40 informants spanning 'years of investigation,' which DOJ and FBI officials sought to undermine, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) revealed in a Wednesday letter.
First, the prosecutor.
Former Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney Scott Brady revealed to the House Judiciary Committee that his team found enough credible evidence in its initial review of Hunter Biden’s dealings with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings and possible corruption by Joe Biden to refer criminal matters to three separate U.S. Attorney's offices in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Delaware for further investigation.
But almost immediately after he was assigned by the Justice Department in 2020 to review Biden family matters in Ukraine, Brady said he encountered resistance at both the FBI and the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s office that at times required him to escalate to his bosses in the deputy attorney general’s office. -Just the News
"It was a challenging working relationship," Brady said of the agency in testimony earlier this week. "I think there was reluctance on the part of the FBI to really do any tasking related to our assignment from DAG Rosen and looking into allegations of Ukrainian corruption broadly and then specifically anything that intersected with Hunter Biden and his role in Burisma. It was very challenging."
"I would have thought that would be something, especially as has been publicly reported, there's information relating to Hunter Biden's activities on the board of Burisma in Ukraine, that might have been helpful in our assessment of the information that we were receiving about him. I would have expected that be shared," Brady continued, adding that he encountered similar resistance trying to hand off evidence to David Weiss and his deputy Lesley Wolf in the fall of 2020.
"Speaking generally, from a process perspective, I think there was both a skepticism of the information that we were developing, that we had received, and skepticism and then weariness of that information," Brady said of Weiss's office. "I think they were very concerned about any information sharing with our office.
"It became problematic at different points, which required Mr. Weiss and me to get involved and level set, as it were, but it was regularly a challenge to interact with the investigative team from Delaware," he continued.
Second, the 40 informants.
In a Tuesday letter, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) revealed that the FBI had more than 40 informants on the Biden family over an extended period of time, but that most avenues of investigation were thwarted.
"This letter is based on years of investigation, including the provision of information, records, and allegations from multiple Justice Department whistleblowers that indicate there is - and has been - an effort among certain Justice Department and FBI officials to improperly delay and stop full and complete investigative activity into the Biden family, including but not limited to FD-1023s referencing the Biden family," wrote Grassley.
"This alleged political infection breaks faith with the American people, and it will ruin our governmental institutions should it continue. As just one initial example," he continued, "I've been made aware that at one point in time the FBI maintained over 40 Confidential Human Sources that provided criminal information relating to Joe Biden, James Biden, and Hunter Biden."
Grassley says Americans need to know: "Did the FBI investigate the information or shut it down?"
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"That's a lot of taxpayer dollars implemented towards one target or one target set," former Trump advisor Kash Patel said on the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "Any national security prosecutor like myself will tell you that usually you have a couple or maybe a handful... but 40? That's the most I've ever heard of. That's more than in mob cases and RICO cases."
The Iowa lawmaker further indicated that he had identified 25 Department of Justice and FBI personnel for interviews "who either had a direct or indirect role in the allegations" he mentioned. He further asked that Garland provide him with a litany of records on the Biden family.
The Department of Justice already faces allegations of slow-walking the tax investigation into first son Hunter Biden. A pair of IRS agents who worked on the case came forward earlier this year with allegations that Biden-appointed officials had worked to stifle the investigation and prevent the bringing of more sever charges against Hunter Biden.
Grassley's requests come as the House of Representatives continues its own investigations into the first family. Those efforts have thus far uncovered extensive foreign payments linked to Biden family businesses.
And of course, the establishment protects its own.