Republicans subpoena FBI records on Biden
This claim is related to a demand by Republicans in Congress for FBI documents involving President Biden and his family. Specifically, Sen. Chuck Grassley and Rep. James Comer have demanded a document that they believe the FBI possesses, in which an unidentified informant alleges that Biden "engaged in a bribery scheme with a foreign national."
During an interview with Rep. Adam Schiff on CNN's This Morning, Collins asked about the demand, but Schiff pointed out that even Grassley and Comer admit that they don't know if the document in question exists or what it pertains to. Schiff also criticized the Republicans involved in the investigations, citing their poor track record in the past.
It's worth noting that the form being demanded by Republicans, the FD 1023, is typically used to report on tips and allegations, and it's unclear if the document in question is based on credible information. The document was supposedly generated in mid-2020, and the fact that the Trump-appointed FBI leadership had access to it for four years without taking action raises questions about its credibility.
In conclusion, the recent demand by Republican lawmakers for FBI documents involving President Biden and his family is drawing criticism for lack of evidence and credibility. The claim of a bribery scandal involving then-Vice President Joe Biden is based on an unidentified informant's allegations, and it remains unclear if the document in question even exists. The fact that the document was in possession of the Trump-appointed FBI leadership for four years without taking action raises further questions about its validity. While the demand for these documents continues, it's important to keep in mind the lack of concrete evidence and the potential for political motivations behind the investigation.