Report: FBI Has Over 40 Confidential Informants On Biden

A prominent senator revealed over 40 confidential informants came forward with “criminal information” on President Joe Biden and his family. An exclusive report from Fox News detailed Sen. Chuck Grassley’s (R-IA) revelation of accusations that date back to Biden’s vice presidency.

The Republican sent a letter Tuesday to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray. Grassley expressed his concern that the mountains of evidence against the Biden clan were being pushed aside.

He cited over 40 confidential human sources who detailed Biden family misdeeds.

The sources reportedly gave information “relating to Joe Biden, James Biden and Hunter Biden.”

Grassley said years of investigation and testimony supplied overwhelming amounts of information, records and allegations. Despite this, he asserted there are attempts by the FBI and Justice Department “to improperly delay and stop full and complete investigative activity.”

The senator warned of a breach of faith in government institutions if evidence against the powerful continues to be swept under the rug.

Grassley noted that an FBI task force in the Washington Field Office of the FBI worked to shut down several of the cases. Many times they were successful, he asserted, through “falsely discrediting the information as foreign disinformation.”

One of the cases suppressed by the task force, Grassley said, was a confidential human source vetted by several U.S. attorneys’ offices.

This scrutiny uncovered “no hits to known sources of Russian disinformation.”

Grassley said that such decisions to close down investigations exposed “significant political bias.” This abuse of authority, he believes, came from the attorney general and FBI director as well as “line agents and prosecutors.”

He added that the Republic will not survive such blatant favoritism and violations of the law.

Part of Grassley’s investigation centered on FD-1023s gathered by the FBI from sources concerning the Biden family. This is an agency-generated form that documents information reported by a confidential human source.

The senator wrote that “an essential question that must be answered is this: did the FBI investigate the information or shut it down?” He observed that if the correct answer is that the evidence was shut down, “it wouldn’t be out of the ordinary for the FBI.”

As the impeachment inquiry presumably progresses, it is clear that there will be no willing assistance from the FBI or Department of Justice. But the weight of 40 confidential informants and the evidence they presented must not be brushed aside or swept under the rug.

For one, Grassley is ensuring this doesn’t happen.