Documents just surfaced that prove the Department of Justice had a reason to be concerned about Joe Biden in 2018

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Joe Biden and his family are at the center of multiple investigations for alleged bribery schemes.

Many on the Left call the Biden investigations partisan and say members of Congress are wasting time.

But documents just surfaced that prove the Department of Justice had a reason to be concerned about Joe Biden in 2018.

Whistleblower evidence of a bribery scheme involving Biden dates back to Trump Presidency

It’s been revealed that Joe Biden is under investigation for multiple bribery schemes that date back to when he was serving as Vice President under Barack Obama. The latest accusation comes after a former federal prosecutor exposed the DOJ for ignoring a whistleblower’s claim in 2018.

The new claim was made public by House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer after he subpoenaed the FBI for records surrounding the whistleblower’s testimony about then-Vice President Joe Biden. It alleges that Biden was directly involved in a criminal scheme to protect his son Hunter.

The whistleblower explained that Joe Biden was attempting to protect his son, who at the time was a board member for the Ukrainian energy company Burisma. The New York Post broke the story with an email chain that showed former federal prosecutor, Bud Cummins, had evidence of Hunter’s malfeasance.

Cummins said he could not find a good reason as to why the Department of Justice ignored the evidence.

Biden was offering “to protect” Burisma in exchange for “payments” to him and his associates

Bud Cummins explained that in 2018 he alerted then-New York US Attorney Geoff Berman about emails that show Joe Biden exercising “influence to protect” Hunter’s employer, Burisma, “in exchange for payments to Hunter Biden, Devon Archer, and Joe Biden.”

This goes against claims made by President Joe Biden that he was never involved in any of Hunter’s business dealings. The evidence shows that former prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said that he could provide more context around the allegations against Joe Biden and his family. 

Lutsenko said that he wanted to personally travel to the United States to meet with Berman. He said he would be able to provide two anonymous witnesses who would corroborate the claims and ultimately prove that Biden was involved in a bribery scheme.

Berman declined to take the meeting and ignored the whistleblower’s claims.

Cummins said that he was a victim of “retaliation” after he brought credible evidence to DOJ

Cummins said that he can’t “imagine a legitimate reason for the DOJ not to follow up on an offer like that.” He added that he believed the investigation was “stonewalled” by DOJ officials. He said that instead of investigating Biden, Berman sought to punish him for bringing the evidence forward.

Following his disclosure to Berman, he said he was subject to “retaliation” and that Berman used a grand jury subpoena to access information on his iPhone. It’s absolutely “perverse that you report an allegation of a pretty serious crime, and they don’t investigate [it] but they were investigating you.”

Cummins said it does not make “sense to investigate the guy who brings you the allegation.” Congressional investigators seem to agree and are mapping out a list of events that show when the DOJ received the information and the actions that followed.

The walls are closing in on the Biden crime family.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.