In recent developments, Republican Senator Charles Grassley from Iowa has shed light on a concerning matter involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. Sen. Grassley stated on Monday that a “foreign national” who supposedly bribed the Bidens has secretly recorded phone conversations with them as an “insurance policy.”
This revelation prompted Republican Representative James Comer from Kentucky and Sen. Grassley to write a letter to the FBI on May 3, urgently requesting the agency to provide the document that outlines the alleged bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Biden. Rep. Comer, who serves as the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, and Democratic Representative Jamie Raskin from Maryland, the ranking minority member of the committee, examined the unclassified document known as a FD-1023 in a secure facility.
During a speech on the Senate floor, Sen. Grassley disclosed, “The 1023 document given to the House Oversight Committee had sections blacked out, suggesting that the foreign national, who supposedly bribed Joe and Hunter Biden, possesses audio recordings of his conversations with them. In total, there are seventeen recordings.”
WATCH Grassley explain:
“According to the 1023 document, the foreign national claims to possess fifteen audio recordings of phone calls between him and Hunter Biden. Furthermore, the document indicates that there are two audio recordings of phone calls between him and then-Vice President Joe Biden,” Sen. Grassley continued. “These recordings were allegedly kept as an insurance policy by the foreign national, in case he found himself in a difficult situation. The 1023 document also suggests that then-Vice President Joe Biden may have been involved in Hunter Biden’s employment at Burisma.”
This emerging information raises serious concerns about the potential involvement of the Biden family in a bribery scheme. The recordings, if they exist, could provide crucial evidence and shed light on the extent of these alleged activities. It is imperative that further investigations are conducted to ascertain the truth behind these claims and determine whether any laws were violated.