Martha MacCallum, an anchor with Fox News, was not having any sort of nonsense from left-wing political analyst Juan Williams on Tuesday after he made comments completely dismissing the scandals concerning President Joe Biden and his son Hunter. I mean, given the mountain of evidence that has been collected from both Hunter Biden’s laptop and various whistleblowers, how can anyone in their right possibly deny that there is at least some sort of corruption within this family and their business dealings?
The Daily Caller reported that, “MacCallum said it is a ‘stretch’ for Williams to suggest there is no evidence of a $5 million bribery scheme ever taking place between President Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky. The information emerged after a Department of Justice (DOJ) whistleblower handed Republican Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley a FD-1023 form detailing the scheme in May.”
Williams, one of the most annoying individuals who works at Fox News Network now that Geraldo Rivera has officially been booted from the company, went on to say that the document given to Grassley is “second hand,” claiming it “was never ever proven out” because the Justice Department under former President Donald Trump looked into it and said there was “nothing there.”
“That’s not true,” MacCallum fired back. “That’s not accurate, that’s not accurate.”
“The idea that then Comer says, ‘oh, I want to open this to public because it feeds the speculation,’ that really is a political agenda,” Williams commented during the show.
“Juan, I can’t let you say something that’s not true,” MacCallum continued. “The investigation, we know, Bill Barr said they looked at it, they wanted to pursue it, they sent it to the Pennsylvania office that had some jurisdiction over this investigation, and there are reports now that they were finding that it was credible, that they were in the middle of it. It wasn’t put to bed at all. And I want to get Tomi back in here, but you know it’s — this question — I’m shocked actually, Juan, because you have a long history of being a good analyst, that you don’t want to know more about what’s going on here.”
Williams then called for Rep. James Comer, a Kentucky Republican, who is serving as the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, to put out evidence concerning the alleged bribery scheme and the other criminal investigations into Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. The analyst made the claim there has been no evidence presented for several months now.
Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren stated that the general public is already “tripping over” evidence concerning Hunter’s alleged criminal activity and corruption. She then leveled accusations at Democrats of trying to bury the severity of the case by “[pivoting] to the whataboutisms of Donald Trump.”
“Whistleblowers with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) testified before the House Ways and Means Committee alleging the DOJ and U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to allow agents to have access to key evidence and resources to investigate Hunter’s alleged tax violations in 2017 and 2018. The whistleblowers said when prosecutors recommended charging Hunter, the agency took no such action,” the report said.
One of the many claims made by the whistleblowers in this investigation is that they were denied access to a WhatsApp message dated July 30, 2017, that was sent by Hunter Biden to a Chinese business official where the first son threatened that dear old dad was sitting in the room with at that very moment. The whistleblowers also claimed the FBI possessed knowledge that Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop back in 2019, despite the fact they worked hand-in-hand with social media companies and Big Tech firms to bury the story and keep it from hitting the general public during the 2020 election.
“Despite the evidence presented, Joe Biden repeatedly denied having talked to his son or having any involvement with his business dealings with Ukrainian and Chinese oligarchs. Zlochevsky reportedly referred to Biden as the “Big Guy” in the midst of the alleged bribery scheme,” the report concluded.
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