Biden Wasn’t Happy With Reporter’s Question About the “Big Guy”

Biden Wasn't Happy With Reporter's Question About the

( – Congress has been working hard to get to the bottom of allegations stemming from the Biden family’s overseas business dealings, most recently issuing a subpoena to the FBI for documents that could topple the empire. Republican lawmakers uncovered evidence that suggests President Joe Biden is the true face behind the “big guy” alias in an alleged multi-million-dollar international bribery scheme. The US leader wasn’t happy when a reporter questioned him about the nickname.

Biden lashed out at New York Post correspondent Steven Nelson for asking, “Why is that term continuously applied?” The president responded with his own query: “Why do you ask such a dumb question?”

The Biden family allegedly has shady business ties with powerful foreign agents, with the enterprise reportedly taking bribes in return for favors — Biden’s push for Ukrainian natural gas, for example, after his son became a board member of the foreign country’s energy company Burisma.

The US House Committee on Oversight and Accountability issued a subpoena on May 3 for “an unclassified FD-1023 form,” referencing a “big guy” who received a $5 million bribe from a Ukrainian oligarch. Another mention of the “big guy” also surfaced on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, connecting the alias to business dealings with a Chinese energy company in 2020. The FD-1023 form allegedly linked Joe Biden and multiple family members to the illegal schemes.

An FD-1023 form documents raw, unverified reports made to the FBI by confidential human sources. The form doesn’t validate a claim, and agents can’t use it as evidence against other information they’ve gathered in an investigation. Officials keep such documentation protected regardless of the type of crime involved to safeguard their sources and keep them confidential. The FBI insists it’s treating this matter the same as it would any other case: “working in good faith to find a resolution that satisfies Congress’s legitimate oversight interests” in a way that protects both “the integrity of [its] investigations” and all parties involved.

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