A former supervisory agent involved in the investigation of Hunter Biden has been instructed by the FBI not to answer certain questions from the House Oversight Committee. This revelation comes to light as the Biden family continues to be mired in controversy.
In a letter obtained by the New York Post, FBI general counsel Jason Jones urged the former agent to decline questions seeking non-public information, citing executive privilege and confidentiality interests. Instead, the agent was advised to direct such inquiries to the FBI’s Office of Congressional Affairs.
The committee’s interest lies in events that took place in December 2020 as part of the ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden. Last month, Hunter Biden pleaded guilty to federal charges related to his tax affairs, following a year-long investigation prompted by suspicious activity reports involving funds from foreign nations, including China.
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee believe that the former supervisory agent’s letter confirms important details from a whistleblower’s testimony, which raises concerns about political interference by the Biden administration. Committee Chair Representative James Comer expressed his determination to seek answers and hold the Biden administration accountable for any potential cover-up.
FBI Director Christopher Wray has denied allegations of favoritism or political influence in the investigation. However, the FBI’s decision to restrict the former agent’s testimony raises doubts about the bureau’s impartiality.
As this story develops, it is crucial for the American people to demand transparency and accountability from their leaders. The House Oversight Committee must continue its pursuit of the truth regarding Hunter Biden’s actions and any potential interference.
Stay tuned for further updates as this story unfolds. The truth deserves to be known, and the American people deserve to be fully informed.
Source Fox News