In a revelation that’s sure to raise eyebrows, an FBI supervisory special agent has disclosed to congressional investigators that the Biden transition team and the Secret Service were pre-informed in December 2020 about a planned interview with Hunter Biden. This advance notice led to the interview, which was set up with then-President-elect Biden’s son, being entirely scrapped. This is especially significant as Hunter Biden was the main target of a multi-year federal investigation.
The agent, with over two decades of service in the FBI before his retirement last year, shared this information during a confidential session with the House Oversight Committee. This disclosure aligns with the claims of IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, who asserted that both the Biden transition team and the Secret Service were given a heads-up about the Hunter Biden interview.
The agent’s testimony has cast a spotlight on the unique decisions made during the investigation. He emphasized how the steps taken to interview Hunter Biden, the primary target of the probe, were unlike any he had seen in his two decades with the FBI.
This new revelation has intensified the scrutiny surrounding the Biden administration and the Justice Department’s approach to the investigation. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer voiced 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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