The corruption of the Biden family is well documented now. Now it’s time for the truth to come out.
Now a subpoena has hit Joe Biden’s desk and he has no idea how to respond.
As part of their inquiry into allegations that Hunter Biden attempted to protect President Biden from questioning, inquiries, and search warrants relating to the probe, Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee have submitted a subpoena to a senior Justice Department prosecutor.
Subpoenaed to testify before the committee on December 7th in Washington, DC, is Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf.
In the beginning of this year, FBI whistleblower testimony brought Wolf under criticism for allegedly restricting questions and queries about the president and blocking search warrants due to concerns about “optics” throughout the lengthy investigation.
House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, issued a subpoena to Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf, a central figure in the Hunter Biden probe who repeatedly blocked efforts to investigate President Joe Biden.https://t.co/c701Yvt0Km https://t.co/89WZhxQJKr
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Gary Shapley Jr., the head of the IRS inquiry, came out as a whistleblower and said that choices were made which “had the effect of benefiting” the president’s son, Hunter Biden, “at every stage” of the investigation.
Shapley leveled several accusations at Wolf, calling into question the veracity of the inquiry that had taken place over the course of many years.
For his part, Shapley claims that Wolf tried to “limit” questions about President Biden and any allusions to him as “dad” or “the big guy.”
According to Shapley, “the FBI was upset” by Wolf’s remark that there was “no specific criminality to that line of questioning” when it came to President Biden.
According to Shapley’s testimony, in October 2020, Hunter Biden’s home was searched after Wolf “agreed that probable cause had been achieved” after reviewing an affidavit for the search warrant. Shapley, however, said that Wolf would eventually refuse to approve a warrant to conduct a bodily search of the president’s son.
According to Shapley, once Wolf investigated, they found “enough probable cause for the physical search warrant there, but the question was whether the juice was worth the squeeze.”
It has been claimed by Shapley that Wolf stated “optics were a driving factor in the decision on whether to execute a search warrant,” as well as that Wolf acknowledged that “a lot of evidence in our investigation would be found in the guesthouse of former Vice President Biden but said there is no way we will get that approved.”
In addition, Wolf is suspected of warning Hunter Biden’s lawyers of an impending search of Biden’s storage facility.
Meanwhile, Democrats in Congress continue to suggest that there is “no evidence” of any wrongdoing on the part of Joe Biden as these Biden family investigations continue.
How this isn’t evidence of corruption that is designed to keep the “big guy” free from prying eyes is truly astounding.
It’s so obvious to millions upon millions of Americans that Joe Biden has absolutely been involved in at least some of the criminal wrongdoing that the Biden family has been found guilty of. To suggest otherwise is to just be ignorant of the facts.
Joe Biden may “get away” for now, but there’s no getting away from the court of public opinion. That will stay forever, no matter how much you protest.
Come November 2024, the American people will have to decide if Joe Biden is innocent of any corruption whatsoever. So far, the polls suggest it’s not looking good for him.
Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.