John Kirby Left STUNNED After He's Challenged on Biden Corruption

John Kirby Left STUNNED After He's Challenged on Biden Corruption

National Security Council spokesman John Kirby was left stunned on Wednesday when he faced an honest question about President Biden’s corruption, with allegations of the president’s crookedness growing once again in recent weeks.

During a White House press briefing on Wednesday, New York Post reporter Steven Nelson raised concerns over ongoing investigations into the Biden family’s international business dealings.

Nelson specifically mentioned the House Oversight Committee’s investigation into an FBI document that could expose a criminal scheme involving Biden and a foreign national, linked to money exchanged for policy decisions.

He also referenced an IRS whistleblower’s claim that the Department of Justice deliberately slowed down the investigation into Hunter Biden’s finances.

Nelson cited a recent poll indicating that a majority of voters believe the president was involved in an illegal influence-peddling scheme with his son during his vice presidency.

Nelson posed the question to Kirby: “So what do you say to the majority of Americans who believe that the president is himself corrupt?”

“Wow,” Kirby said while shaking his head.

“The president has spoken to this and there’s nothing to these claims. And as for the whistleblower issue that you talked about and in the document — I believe the FBI has spoken to that, and you’re going to have to go to them on that,” he eventually said.

Meanwhile, House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky, is beginning the process of holding the FBI in contempt of Congress if it fails to comply with a subpoena for the document related to the alleged criminal scheme involving Biden.

The FBI declined to hand over the document, citing the need to protect confidential sources.

The document was brought to the committee’s attention by a whistleblower who approached Comer and Sen. Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa.

The whistleblower said that the FBI and the Department of Justice possessed the document, which allegedly provides detailed information about the criminal scheme.

The White House has dismissed it as baseless and politically motivated.


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