According to an expert in the field of government accountability, video recorded accusations against President Joe Biden’s family that have been made by American Israeli professor Dr. Gal Luft concerning corruption in the White House and Department of Justice are credible, the source said in a conversation with The Daily Wire.
Yeah, not surprised to hear that. There is a lot of evidence, practically mountains of it, that points toward Biden and the members of his family being connected to a whole bunch of activities that are, shall we say, less than savory at best, and downright illegal and treasonous at worst.
“Seamus Bruner, the associate director of research at the Government Accountability Institute, says Luft’s claims of a malicious prosecution aimed at keeping him from testifying to Congress on Biden family corruption should be taken seriously, though they do need verification,” the report said.
“I found it very persuasive. He seems credible,” Bruner went on to tell The Daily Wire, making a reference to a 13-minute video statement made by Luft that was published in the New York Post on Wednesday evening.
“He’s naming names, giving lots of FBI and DOJ officials who have been apparently putting their fingers on the scale of justice,” Bruner explained. “It’s always good to get some names out there so we can go and corroborate his claims and look into it. We’re certainly doing that.”
In the footage, Luft says he approached the Justice Department in 2019, sitting down with a pair of prosecutors who hailed from the Southern District of New York. Those prosecutors were Daniel Richenthal and Catherine Ghosh. He also met with four FBI agents, which included Special Agent Joshua Wilson from the Baltimore field office. He then stated he gave the team evidence and information concerning the Biden family dealings with a now-defunct energy company called CEFC, which also had information implicating President Joe Biden himself.
The report continued, “Luft said he heard nothing further from the DOJ until his arrest in February on charges of illegal arms trading, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, and lying to the FBI. Luft is now on the run from U.S. authorities after escaping arrest in Cyprus and is concerned that, if caught and extradited to the U.S., he would not get a fair trial on charges that are untrue and malicious, he said.”
“Bruner said that recent actions taken by the DOJ appearing to run cover for Hunter Biden and target former President Donald Trump show that the department is compromised. And if it is, the department would have good reason to target Luft,” the report added.
“There are a number of things that charging Luft can do to protect the Bidens. Number one, it impugns his credibility, so now we’re talking about a guy who’s been indicted on some very serious crimes,” Bruner claims. “If he is not guilty of those crimes, it’s going to take a long time to prove that.”
If Luft is indicted, it could put a damper on any congressional investigation into the shady practices of the Biden family if those probing the matter want to get information or even testimony from him.
“Once he’s indicted, certainly it can wrap [Luft] up, you know, the court can put a gag order on him. They can seal his indictments so that he can’t now talk about the charges that he’s facing and the evidence that they do or don’t have against him,” Bruner commented during the conversation. “It doesn’t look good being on the run, but if you think that you’re facing an unfair prosecution, maybe he felt he has no other choice.”
During the video statement, Luft asked why the Justice Department would arrest him, arrange his extradition from Cyprus instead of Israel where he spends the vast majority of his time, which is one of our greatest allies. Bruner could not provide an answer for sure, but pointed out that there are some very weird coincidences between Cyprus and the Bidens.
“Cyprus is one of the more corrupt nations and it’s a hotspot for money laundering. I believe that some of Hunter Biden’s Burisma funds actually passed through Cyprus. I would certainly see that country as a jurisdiction possibly more favorable to a corrupt prosecution than the nation of Israel,” Bruner said in conclusion.
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