Shades of Hillary: Missing Informant in Biden Investigation 

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The House Oversight Committee seems to have lost a key witness in their investigation into potential criminal activity by the Biden family. On Sunday, May 14, 2023, House Oversight Chairman revealed that a key witness, previously revealed by a whistleblower, could not be located. 

House Oversight Chairman James Comer remains optimistic. “We are hopeful that we can find the informant. Now remember, these informants are kind of in the spy business, so they don’t make a habit of being seen a lot or being high profile or anything like that. We have basic information with respect to what the informant has alleged, and it is very serious. It all alleges that Joe Biden when he was Vice President was involved in a quid pro quo with a foreign country in exchange for foreign aid.” 

Things heated up even more when Facts First USA penned a letter to U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves, demanding an investigation into Comer. The group alleges that Comer is lying about the whistleblower’s existence, potentially violating federal laws. 

“Representative James Comer recently revealed that the ‘informant’ he is relying on for his unsubstantiated allegations against President Biden cannot be located,” the Facts First letter states, adding, “In truth, there is a strong possibility that the ‘informant’ that Representative Comer has been speaking about does not exist. This would explain why Representative Comer never produces the evidence he says demonstrates criminal conduct on the part of the Biden family.” 

Of course, disappearing witnesses are nothing new for Democrats. The Clinton family allegedly “disappeared” many potential witnesses related to the numerous scandals involving the Clinton presidency, Jeffrey Epstein’s Little Saint James Island visitor lists, and even deleted emails. These deaths, often called “suicides,” were so frequent that they launched a million memes. 

As for Comer and his investigative team, obstacles are blocking nearly every avenue. In an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo, Comer explains, “The nine of the 10 people that we’ve identified have very good knowledge with respect to the Bidens. They’re one of three things, Maria, they’re either currently in court, they’re currently in jail, or they’re currently missing. So, it’s of the utmost importance that the FBI work with us to be able to try to identify what research they’ve done, what investigations they’ve done, because we have people that want to come forward, but honestly, they fear for their lives.” 

The missing informant is allegedly in possession of a crucial document proving the accusations of Biden’s criminal activity. The House Oversight Committee is relying on the FBI to declare the informant a “credible witness,” a decision on which the agency remains predictably silent and one which is impossible to make if the witness is “missing.” 

In a comical Twitter post from Ian Sams, the White House spokesperson for oversight and investigations, liberal hypocrisy burns with the light of a thousand suns: “For going on 5 years now, Republicans in Congress have been lobbing unfounded politically motivated attacks against @POTUS without offering evidence for their claims. Or evidence of decisions influenced by anything other than U.S. interests. They prefer trafficking in innuendo.” 

It’s a well-known refrain to Republicans, who watched Democrats parade baseless charge after baseless charge against former president Donald Trump, each new charge allegedly “the one” that would end the presidency.  

Now that Hillary Clinton is hiding behind a curtain again, perhaps she’s working as a consultant to the Biden family. She certainly could offer great advice on making unwanted problems disappear.