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Biden-Bribery Whistleblowers Missing, GOP Warns: ‘They Fear for Their Lives’

'He does fear for his life, and rightfully so....' 

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) In a shocking revelation, Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., warned in an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo Sunday that House Republicans lost track of a crucial witness in the ongoing GOP-led investigation concerning bombshell allegations of President Joe Biden’s involvement in a bribery scheme.

Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, cited a credible witness’s testimony who went missing after House Republicans held a press conference on Wednesday detailing how the Biden family earned millions of dollars from a handful of U.S. foes, including China and Romania.

“Unfortunately, we can’t track down the informant. We’re hopeful that the informant is still there,” Comer told Bartiromo.

“We have basic information with respect to what the informant has alleged, and it’s very serious. It 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,” he later added.

The alleged informant took evidence to the FBI that claimed then-Vice President Biden was embroiled in a “quid pro quo” with a foreign national. But the missing informant could serve as a significant setback for the House Oversight Committee, which is aggressively probing the business dealings and several shell companies owned by the Biden family.

The FBI has refused to assist House Republicans in their pursuit of financial documents related to the alleged quid pro quo. Earlier this month, Comer subpoenaed FBI records, including an alleged June 2020 memo that breaks down the dire claims.  FBI officials, however, refused to turn over the report.

In the interview with Bartiromo, Comer slammed the FBI for its refusal to collaborate in his investigation.

“All the FBI has to do is say, yeah, we looked into it and it wasn’t a credible informant,” Comer said. “But they won’t answer our questions.”

Bartiromo responded by calling the new revelations jaw-dropping. “This is absolutely extraordinary and it is stunning that some people are missing that you need to prove this. Who in the White House is intimidating these people? Do you know?” she asked.

Comer’s assessment was echoed by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green, R-Ga., in an interview with War Room host and former Trump advisor Steve Bannon.

“Now, the truth that I can tell everyone this morning is we have not lost the submarine,” Greene told Bannon. “That whistleblower is very safe. But he does fear for his life, and rightfully so.”

Green credited Sen. Chuck Grassley who facilitated the whistleblower to House Republicans.

“That whistleblower came through for us, thankfully, through the help of Senator Grassley,” she explained. “But other whistleblowers, yes, they are missing. They’re either in court, they’re in jail, or we cannot talk with them at this time because they can’t be found,” she continued, later adding that the findings would “bring down the president of United States.”

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