Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said on July 31 that he expects there to be an agreement to conceal an indictment of Hunter Biden.
Johnson predicted in a Fox News interview that law enforcement "may indict Hunter Biden, but they'll probably seal—they'll do a deal—they'll seal all the information."
"The American public will never get the full truth," he said.
Both Johnson and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) have been involved in a yearslong investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden's son in places such as China, Ukraine, and elsewhere. The pair released a report in September 2020 that detailed extensive financial connections between Chinese Communist Party-linked entities and individuals and Hunter Biden.
"We've known that the Bidens are a corrupt family for years," Johnson told Fox News' Dan Bongino, noting that the "corrupt mainstream media has been covering it all up" and "even the FBI."
Johnson also predicted that legacy news media outlets will now turn on Biden amid increasingly low poll numbers.
Other payments include a wire transfer of $5 million to Hudson West, a company Hunter Biden invested in and managed, from Northern International Capital, a business that partnered with CEFC. A contract also made public by the senators shows that $500,000 went to Hunter Biden as a “one-time retainer fee.”
FBI InterferenceIn a recent letter, Johnson further claimed that the FBI attempted to undermine their congressional investigation in mid-2020.
“If these whistleblower allegations are accurate, how can your agency, Director Wray, be capable of investigating the president’s son?” Johnson wrote in his letter. “Unfortunately, the FBI can no longer be trusted to investigate Hunter Biden with integrity and the equal application of law.”
“The allegations provided to my office appear to indicate that there was a scheme in place among certain FBI officials to undermine derogatory information connected to Hunter Biden by falsely suggesting it was disinformation,” wrote Grassley, who has long been involved in crafting legislation to support federal government whistleblowers.
“If these allegations are true and accurate, the Justice Department and FBI are—and have been—institutionally corrupted to their very core to the point in which the United States Congress and the American people will have no confidence in the equal application of the law."
Department of Justice officials didn't respond to a request for comment by press time.