Jamie Raskin is an unapologetic liar. He claimed that there is nothing to the Biden bribery scheme because he claimed the Justice Department had investigated the allegations in 2020 but decided not to move further because then-U.S. Attorney Scott Brady “found no evidence to corroborate” them. Bill Barr called BS. The DOJ did not dismiss the case. They were convinced that the investigation must continue and he assigned US Attorney Scott Brady to vet the evidence. They never dropped the case.
Raskin was not satisfied with just one lie, so then claimed that Rudy Guiliani is the one who fed the information used on the FD-1023 form. Barr called that an outright lie because the report began with a credible FBI source and everything after that was developed within the DOJ and the FBI. The FBI met with Raskin and Rep Comer and showed them the FD-1023 form with the evidence of the Biden bribery scheme and of course, Raskin denied it. I think they tightened his head scarf too tight.
Barr said he assigned Brady the task of vetting the document to determine its credibility. Barr says Raskin is confused. I guess when you get confused, you lie. Barr explained that there were so many investigations ongoing involving Joe Biden, he did not want them blending in together. At no time were the bribery charges debunked. Biden denies the charges, but he has yet to explain why his family needed so many shell companies. This is something money launderers use to conceal where money comes from and where it goes to.
But in a new interview with Fox News, Barr described Raskin as “confused” and explained what happened with the contents of that now-infamous FD-1023 form.
Barr said he assigned Brady the task of vetting the document to determine its credibility. He established this “intake process,” he explained, because there were a number of ongoing investigations related to the Biden family and he wanted to avoid “proliferating investigations around the country going in to the election year, all related to the Bidens.”
“It was stuff that was developed within the department and the FBI from [a] confidential human source. And that information was checked out and it was determined that it was not likely to have been disinformation,” he said.
“It doesn’t say whether it’s true or not. But there was no sign that it was disinformation,” Barr added. “And so it was provided to the ongoing investigation in Delaware to follow up on and to check out.”
Later in the interview, Barr said the protracted investigation into Hunter Biden, which is being led by U.S. Attorney David Weiss, is damaging the nation.
The investigation has been ongoing for more than four years, and its lack of conclusion is leaving Barr personally “flummoxed” and “impatient,” he admitted.
“I think it’s time to fish or cut bait and find out what actually happened in that investigation,” Barr said.