FBI whistleblower claims center on mystery Hunter Biden evidence, Grassley reveals

The FBI whistleblower investigation led by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) involving former bureau agent Timothy Thibault centers on secretive evidence about Hunter Biden that has not yet been made public, the Washington Examiner has learned.

Thibault, the former FBI assistant special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office who left the bureau in late August, shut down a line of inquiry into now-President Joe Biden's son in October 2020 despite some of the details being known to be true at the time, according to whistleblower allegations provided to Grassley. The senator says the Justice Department and FBI investigation into Hunter may now be hobbled because of it.

Although Grassley’s office wouldn't be drawn on what this specific whistleblower evidence is, the senator’s office told the Washington Examiner the disclosures were not directly connected with Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop hard drive, nor with the September 2020 report Grassley released with Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Hunter's overseas business dealings, nor with former Hunter business associate Tony Bobulinski, who has recently reemerged in the media spotlight.
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