- FBI Director Christopher Wray cautiously navigates a probing inquiry regarding President Biden's possible foreign payments.
- Wray points to an ongoing investigation, led by U.S Attorney in Delaware, but remains non-committal on Biden's involvement.
- In response to perceived agency opacity, Rep. Tom Tiffany suggests letting FISA expire without significant reforms.
At a congressional hearing on Wednesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray fielded inquiries regarding the current status of President Joe Biden, leading to revelations of an active investigation. This query was spearheaded by Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WI), who probed into whether President Biden has ever received payments from foreign corporations such as Burisma during his vice presidency, presidency, or as a private citizen.
Wray responded cautiously, alluding to a parallel investigation helmed by U.S Attorney in Delaware, Mr. Weiss, who was appointed by former President Trump. The FBI’s Baltimore field office is also cooperating in this ongoing probe. However, Wray subtly skirted around explicit confirmation of President Biden's involvement.
Tiffany continued his questioning, attempting to corner Wray into acknowledging Biden's involvement in the investigation. The FBI Director, adhering to the longstanding FBI policy of neither confirming nor denying any investigations or subjects thereof, maintained his ambiguously diplomatic stance.
Tiffany expressed his frustration with the perceived lack of clarity and called for an in-depth review of the FBI's actions. Voicing concerns about perceived ongoing targeting, suppression, and censorship that have persisted since the "Russia collusion," he suggested letting the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) expire if no significant reforms are undertaken within the agency.
Tiffany ended his remarks with a pledge to push for change, underlining the need for transparency and accountability within the intelligence community.
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