Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Chuck Grassley highlighted the FBI’s very different treatment of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Joe Biden’s son Hunter, by contrasting it to its raid on former President Trump.
It came in a blistering list of questions for the record addressed to FBI Director Christopher Wray, demanding the law enforcement bureaucrat answer questions about his agency’s malfeasance, including its raid on former President Donald Trump’s private home and its disparate treatment of Democrats like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
Questions asked included:
From Wray, he demanded to know: “With respect to the 91 security violations committed by the 38 individuals relating to Secretary Clinton’s mishandling of highly classified information, did the State Department refer any of them to the Justice Department or FBI? If so, what steps were taken to investigate them for those security violations and potential criminal conduct?”
This is interesting, Liz Cheney’s husband is a partner at the law firm defending Hunter Biden!
Philip Perry has worked at Latham & Watkins since 2007, and focuses on white collar cases, commercial and Supreme Court litigation, according to his company biography. Latham is a Democratic powerhouse, with company attorneys and other employees donating more than half a million dollars to President Biden’s 2020 campaign, Federal Election Commission records show. Clark himself ponied up $3,800.