Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) announced from the Senate floor on Monday that the foreign national at the center of the Biden bribery scandal has kept audio recordings of conversations with the former vice president and his son as an “insurance policy.”
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee and the FBI have been sparring over an FBI whistleblower form known as an FD-1023 alleging that Joe and Hunter Biden both received $5 million bribes from an executive of Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings.
Grassley explained the whistleblower, who is a Ukrainian foreign national, has 17 audio recordings of conversations with Vice President Biden and Hunter, who was a Burisma board member at the time.
“According to the 1023, the foreign national possesses 15 audio recordings of phone calls between him and Hunter Biden,” Grassley said. “According to the 1023, the foreign national possesses 2 audio recordings of phone calls between him and then VP Joe Biden.”
Senator Chuck Grassley Announces On The Senate Floor That The Foreign National Who Allegedly Bribed Joe And Hunter Biden Allegedly Has Audio Recordings Of His Conversations With Them
“17 such recordings.”
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“These recordings were allegedly kept as a sort of insurance policy for the foreign national in case that he got into a tight spot.
“The 1023 also indicates that then VP Joe Biden may have been involved in Burisma employing Hunter Biden,” he added.
The insurance policy was apparently warranted, as the FBI admitted to House investigators last week that they could not guarantee the whistleblower’s safety.
Just left meeting for House Oversight. The @FBI is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family.
— Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (@RepLuna) June 5, 2023