In a revelation that’s set to shake the political landscape, an FBI supervisory special agent has disclosed to congressional investigators that the Biden transition team and the Secret Service were given a heads-up in December 2020 about a scheduled interview with Hunter Biden. This advance notice led to the interview, which was set up with then-President-elect Biden’s son, being entirely canceled. This is particularly significant as Hunter Biden was identified as the primary target of a prolonged federal investigation.
The agent, who dedicated over two decades to the FBI and retired last year, shared this information during a confidential interview with the House Oversight Committee. This testimony has surfaced amidst allegations from whistleblowers that the decisions made during the Hunter Biden investigation were politically motivated. The agent’s statements support the testimony of IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, who claimed that the Biden transition team and the Secret Service were informed about the planned interview.
The FBI agent’s testimony has shed light on the unique decisions made during the investigation. He highlighted how the procedures to interview Hunter Biden, the main target of the investigation, were unlike any he had witnessed in his 20-year tenure with the FBI.
The agent’s revelations have intensified the scrutiny around the Biden administration and the Justice Department’s handling of the investigation. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer expressed his concerns, stating that the committee has lost confidence in U.S. Attorney Weiss as special counsel, especially given the unprecedented nature of the proposed plea deal for Hunter Biden.
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