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May 19, 2024

     Former U.S. attorney Scott Brady testified before the House Judiciary Committee this week that he was "limited" by the Justice Department while investigating the Biden family's business activities in Ukraine.  Many Biden coverup and lies continue.

     Brady, the former U.S. attorney for the Pittsburgh area from 2017 to 2021, said that "there was reluctance on the part of the FBI to really do any tasking related to our assignment."  He added that the principal associate deputy attorney general, Seth DuCharme, and the deputy attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, tasked him with "looking into allegations of Ukrainian corruption broadly" and into "anything that intersected with Hunter Biden and his role in Burisma." 

     Brady described receiving "credible" allegations involving President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, which he said seemed to concern FBI officials as the investigation took place during the 2020 presidential election cycle. "There was a larger group at the FBI, including FBI headquarters, that had eyes on what was happening and which required signoff for any investigative steps that FBI Pittsburgh was asked to take by us," Brady said.

     He also commented on a confidential informant file, known as FD-1023, that included allegations of bribery against President Biden and his son. Brady said that the file contained "sufficient indicia of credibility" to pass along to other offices.  "Speaking generally, from a process perspective, I think there was both a skepticism of the information that we were developing, that we had received, and skepticism and then weariness of that information," Brady added.

     He said, "I think they were very concerned about any information sharing with our office," and noted that "it was regularly a challenge to interact with the investigative team from Delaware." 

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