FBI Will Submit Document to Congress Linking President Joe Biden to $5 Million Bribery Scandal

In an unexpected move, the FBI, headed by Director Christopher Wray, will submit a document to Congress, supposedly linking President Joe Biden to a significant bribery scheme.

The House Oversight Committee spokesperson verified to Breitbart News that the document, designated as FD-1023, alludes to Biden’s involvement in a $5 million bribery scandal.

Following weeks of refusing to comply with a congressional subpoena, the FBI will present the unclassified document for inspection by Congress members on Capitol Hill.

This report contains an FBI-conducted interview with an informant.

The document is believed to reveal a transaction implicating Biden in policy decisions favoring a foreign national in return for money.

The spokesperson conveyed Chairman Comer’s resolution, stating, “Chairman Comer will receive a briefing from the FBI and review the document on Monday. Chairman Comer has been clear that anything short of producing the FD-1023 form to the House Oversight Committee is not compliance with his subpoena.”

They added, “This unclassified record contains pages of details that need to be investigated further by the House Oversight Committee.”

Chairman James Comer (R-KY) confirmed to CNN his intention to proceed with the contempt proceedings.

Earlier, the FBI had refused to release the document, citing its alleged confidentiality and sensitive information.

However, faced with the threat of being charged with contempt of Congress, the bureau will allow Capitol Hill members to examine the document.

The FBI, in a statement to Just the News, expressed, “Director Wray offered to provide the Committee’s Chairman and Ranking Member an opportunity to review information responsive to the subpoena in a secure manner to accommodate the committee, while protecting the confidentiality and safety of sources and important investigative sensitivities.”

They added, “The FBI has continually demonstrated its commitment to working with the Committee to accommodate its request, from scheduling briefings and calls to now allowing the Chair to review information in person.”