Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich recently expressed significant concerns about the Biden family, claiming that the US could be dealing with a “criminal family” in the White House.
During a discussion on Fox News’ One Nation, he suggested that even well-regarded outlets like The Washington Post and The New York Times may soon have to face such allegations.
The conversation was largely based on FBI whistleblower document FD-1023 released this week by Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley. The transcript is as follows:
KILMEADE: “Your reaction to the so-called 1023 interview form not being released, what stands out to you the most?”
GINGRICH: “Look, every week we get more information. Every week the information corroborates what we already suspected. What this tells me is that it is very possible that there was a direct payment to the then Vice President of the United States. Arguably, it is even more likely that they were payments funneled through Hunter to Joe Biden. And the evidence continues to rise every week.
At some point the dam will break and even the “New York Times” and the “Washington Post” will recognize that we have a big problem on our hands. We may have a crime family sitting in the White House that took money from foreigners in Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Romania, Russia and China. This comment sounds pretty overwhelming that it has huge national security implications. And also basic implications of honesty.
IRS whistleblowers Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley said in compelling testimony that the Justice Department obstructed the investigation into Hunter Biden by refusing to approve felony charges, search warrants and interviews with the Biden family.
Both Ziegler and Shapley reported that they were not allowed access to Hunter Biden’s laptop or an FBI report containing allegations of bribery. His statements were corroborated by an FBI agent from the Delaware office.
This obstruction of justice within the US Department of Justice itself indicates that a massive cover-up operation is underway to protect the Biden family from possible criminal charges.
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