(Worthy News) – House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) is threatening FBI Director Christopher Wray with a charge of contempt of Congress.
The move comes after an investigation by the House Oversight Committee. As CBN News reported last month, the committee announced it had evidence of an alleged “pay for play” scheme by then Vice President Joe Biden and his family. The committee is seeking an unclassified document with whistleblower testimony it believes will advance the investigation.
Speaker McCarthy told Fox News that Wray at first didn’t acknowledge the bureau even had the document. Later, in a statement, the FBI said it would make the document available in a reading room at the U.S. Capitol, a safeguard sometimes used to protect sources. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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