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Biggs: ‘No Reason To Trust’ FBI Amid Whistleblower Allegations

Chris Agee
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Republican lawmakers have spoken out recently in response to a whistleblower claim that the FBI has evidence of an alleged bribery scheme between then-Vice President Joe Biden and an individual in another country.

Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) joined House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) in issuing a subpoena to the heads of the Justice Department and FBI demanding documents related to the accusations.

Grassley later confirmed that the “explosive” whistleblower report came from “very credible sources within the department,” adding: “If the Justice Department and the FBI have any hopes of redeeming their once-trusted position with the American people, [Attorney General Merrick] Garland and [FBI Director Christopher] Wray must answer this subpoena and tell us what they’re doing with this information that we think is very credible based upon what whistleblowers are telling us.”


Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) echoed that sentiment in a recent interview, insisting that the Justice Department and FBI appear “hopelessly corrupted politically” based on their actions or lack thereof.

“There’s just no reason to trust them,” he said. 

Citing the severity and scope of the whistleblower’s allegations, Biggs described it as “unbelievable corruption” that “is really, incredibly serious.”

As a result, he said that GOP lawmakers have to ensure that they receive the appropriate documents for a thorough probe.

“That’s what the subpoena is all about,” he said. “Let’s get the information so we can go through this.”


Although Biggs acknowledged that investigators also need to determine whether the informant’s claims are credible, he said that this situation will not help the growing distrust and disillusionment many Americans have with respect to the FBI and DOJ.

“That’s why I have advocated for either you have to dissolve the FBI and reconstitute something that’s more trustworthy, or you have to just start parceling out and getting rid of some of the parts of the FBI that are corrupt,” he concluded.

Comer stressed the importance of getting to the bottom of the matter, asserting, “The American people need to know if President Biden sold out the United States of America to make money for himself.”

In a statement addressing the latest development, White House spokesperson Ian Sams claimed that the ordeal was just an “unfounded, unproven, politically motivated” attack against Biden.