FBI: Biden Informant Will Be Killed

(GoRealNewsNow.com) – The FBI is afraid that an informant who claims President Joe Biden was bribed with $5 million by a foreign national will be killed, Republican Congresswoman Anna Paulina Luna has alleged.

Luna was referring to the source behind a 2020 unclassified FBI informant file implicating Biden in a massive bribery scheme from his time as vice president.

The FBI has defied a subpoena by House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer to produce the document, leading to upcoming contempt proceedings against the agency chief, Christopher Wray.

“Just left meeting for House Oversight. The FBI is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family,” US Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) wrote on Twitter, as cited by Breitbart News.

She subsequently told Fox News the fact the FBI was worried the informant could be assassinated was “alarming and scary.”

“Over the last couple of months, House Oversight as well as the staff that helps us run the investigations has proven that we’ve actually been able to provide evidence… Before there was speculation on the Ponzi scheme for influence peddling and the Biden family’s personal enrichment. And now what we’re finding is that these are no longer allegations and we’re creating a hard case,” Luna stated.

She argued the revelations would suffice for impeaching the president, while the FBI and the Justice Department protected the Biden family.

“If this is true, which I do believe that it is true, in regards to Joe Biden receiving bribes and Hunter Biden, I do believe that this is grounds for impeachment. It’s important that we continue to move forward to bring this to the American people, but also to that we, I think, do a housecleaning within our DOJ because… they are protecting this family, the FBI is protecting the Hunter Biden family, and it’s not okay,” the Florida congresswoman elaborated.

Even though the FBI has refused to hand over the Biden informant file, it allowed House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer (R-KY) and ranking member Jamie Raskin (D-MD) to view the document in its headquarters on Monday.