G. McConway
August 8, 2023

Jordan’s Next Facebook Files Drop Shows FBI Lied

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has dropped another installment of the Facebook Files.

The files that he dropped on Monday are centered around the Hunter Biden laptop, what the FBI knew, and how agents lied when asked about communications with Facebook and the content on the laptop.

It is explosive information that, at the very least, should have at least one FBI agent slapped in cuffs and headed to jail for lying under oath.

They Knew It All

When FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan was deposed in the Missouri v Biden case, he claimed that there was only one instance when the FBI discussed the Hunter Biden laptop.

He also claimed that had “no internal knowledge” of the FBI’s investigation into the laptop.

Both claims that he made, while under oath, were false.

He Lied

To this point, the White House has been blocking Chan from sitting before Jordan. The agent is being protected… it is that simple.

According to Chan, the FBI only discussed the laptop with Facebook one time, on October 14.

Jordan, however, found out that there was a call between the FBI and Facebook by Chan again the very next day…

That alone proves that Chan had knowledge of the investigation, proving him to have lied at least twice.

When Laura Dehmlow, currently Section Chief of the Foreign Influence Task Force, was asked about the validity of the laptop, she replied, “No comment,” reported Breitbart.

The FBI had the laptop for months at this point, and there is proof they knew the laptop was legit, but they refused to release the information, obviously in an effort to help Joe Biden.

If Jordan ever manages to get Chan before a committee with this information, it would put FBI leadership back on the radar.

There was a clear effort to attack Trump and protect Joe Biden prior to the 2020 election taking place, of that I have no doubt.

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