FBI Makes a Stunning Decision Amid House Oversight Committee Probe

Since the Republican Party won back control in the House of Representatives, the GOP-powered House Oversight Committee has been investigating Joe Biden and allegations of corruption associated with him.

Right now, one of the most concerning claims charges Biden with taking a $5 million bribe from foreign nationals when he was vice president. In exchange for these funds, the foreign nationals are believed to have been given a say in American political affairs.

As part of this probe, the House Oversight Committee subpoenaed the FBI to hand over critical records for review.

While the FBI was previously uncooperative, the threat of Director Christopher Wray being held in contempt of Congress appears to have changed the agency’s mind, according to Breitbart News.

FBI Has a Change of Heart?

Days ago, the House Oversight Committee revealed that as it was preparing a vote to hold Wray in contempt, the FBI suddenly agreed to hand over the records that pertain to Biden allegedly taking bribes while working under the Obama administration.

The GOP committee furthermore pointed out that for quite some time, the FBI tried to pretend that FD-1023 was non-existent.

On social media, many conservatives reacted well to the news. Though some were surprised the FBI would make a move that could be threatening to Biden’s suspected corruption.

The Work Isn’t Done

The House Oversight Committee’s ability to get ahold of critical records is a major win. However, there’s still much more investigating to do.

One can even expect that the committee may require the FBI to hand over even more critical records as time goes on. If this turns out to be the case, it remains to be seen if the agency decides to cooperate immediately or tries to run out the clock.

In the meantime, the House’s investigation into Joe Biden and what he got up to while working as vice president is continuing to be of interest to the American public.

This article appeared in New Vision News and has been published here with permission.