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Ohio Republican Jim Jordan has called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to provide documents related to the Department of Justice’s probe into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. Jordan expressed concern about a “conflict of interest” by the DOJ in not appointing a special counsel for the investigation.

“To date, you have declined to appoint a special counsel in this matter, despite appointing special counsels in other investigations. Your refusal to appoint a special counsel here is conspicuous in this context,” Jordan said in a letter to Garland.

In addition, Jordan has requested documents from employees in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Delaware relating to the status of a special counsel for the Hunter Biden investigation, along with communications between employees of U.S. attorney’s offices who could bring charges against Biden. Jordan has requested the information by March 14 at 5 p.m. as part of the House Judiciary Committee’s oversight of the DOJ.

Jordan argued recently that there’s been a seismic shift regarding allegations against President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden. He suggested “something is up” with the probe because of a new interest in the story by many of the same media outlets that initially dismissed reports of corruption evidence stemming from materials and emails obtained from a laptop he reportedly abandoned at a computer repair store in Delaware in 2019.

Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has also called on his colleagues in the House to interview the intelligence officials who signed a letter casting doubt on the Hunter Biden laptop story back in 2020.

“That letter that they sent was an information operation itself and impacted and interfered in our election to a far greater extent than anything Russia could have ever hoped to accomplish,” Johnson said. “The house has to call those 51 intelligence officials.”

In the letter, the former intelligence officials claimed: “that we do not know if the emails, provided to the New York Post by President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, are genuine or not and that we do not have evidence of Russian involvement.”

Jordan’s letter and Johnson’s call for investigation have sparked debate among Republicans and Democrats alike. While some see this as a legitimate concern for an investigation into Hunter Biden, others view it as a politically motivated move to tarnish President Biden’s reputation.

It remains to be seen whether Jordan’s demands for documents will result in any further action or investigation into the matter. However, it is clear that the investigation into Hunter Biden’s activities during his father’s vice presidency will remain a contentious issue in American politics.