The House Judiciary Committee Chairman, Jim Jordan, has expressed concern about the allegations of corruption against President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Jordan has questioned why the media initially dismissed the reports of corruption evidence that was obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop in 2019. Jordan believes that the influence of big media, big tech, and big government has impacted the election, and that has altered the outcome of the election.
Jordan has also questioned the FBI’s involvement in elections, citing examples of how the FBI went after Trump’s campaign in 2016, conducted a Mueller investigation in 2018, suppressed the Hunter Biden story in 2020, and raided his home just 91 days before the midterm election in 2022. Jordan believes that this pattern suggests that Joe Biden was involved in these actions.
The House Judiciary Committee is broadening its inquiry into the actions of the Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office concerning the extraordinary indictment of former President Donald Trump. Jordan has sent a letter to Matthew Colangelo, senior counsel for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, requesting a transcribed interview.
Jordan reminded Colangelo of Congress’s power to investigate his office, stating that the Supreme Court has recognized that Congress has a ‘broad and indispensable’ power to conduct oversight. Rule X of the Rules of the House of Representatives authorizes the Committee on the Judiciary to conduct oversight of criminal justice matters to inform potential legislation.
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