Sen. Johnson criticizes the FBI over the charges of Hunter Biden’s bias, saying, “You can’t trust them to get the truth.”

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Read this article. 0:00 / 1:39 BeyondWords In response to GOP assertions that a whistleblower had discovered evidence of a cover-up, Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., criticized the FBI for supposedly maintaining a bias in the Hunter Biden probe. Johnson, who recently revealed that whistleblowers confirm the FBI’s plan to discount negative information about Hunter in a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Chris Wray, Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines, and DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz, argued that the FBI, as a result, cannot be trusted to “get to the bottom of this” on “Fox and Friends Weekend” on Sunday.


Ron Johnson, senator Let’s start by giving thanks to God for those informers. The FBI, the Department of Justice, and our government health agencies all need a lot more of them. They must approach us and begin communicating with us. Although I’m not surprised, it’s disgusting that the FBI would skew the judicial system the way they are. It’s critical that the American people understands Christopher Wray’s ability to undertake this investigation despite my lack of confidence in him. In December 2019, the FBI had Hunter Biden’s laptop. On the laptop, they undoubtedly found evidence of what I believe to be criminal behaviour. They have taken no action. Here we are in early August 2022, at the end of July. Exactly what did they do with it? No, you can’t rely on the FBI or the Department of Justice to solve this mystery.