June 22, 2024

Documents released by the House Ways and Means Committee, specifically an email from AUSA Lesley Wolf to FBI and IRS investigators and a draft search warrant referenced in that communication, indicate that President Joe Biden is, in fact, “The Big Guy” referenced in Hunter Biden‘s emails with business partners. CBS News’ Catherine Herridge went through those documents in a video posted to social media Friday morning.

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“The Republican-led House Ways and Means Committee has released hundreds of new documents from the Hunter Biden investigation,” Herridge said, specifically highlighting Exhibits 202 and 203, which detailed communications between prosecutor Leslie Wolf and senior FBI and IRS investigators. She explained that then-Vice President Biden was identified as “political figure one,” or, “the big guy.”

The Republican-led House, Ways and Means Committee has released hundreds of new documents from the Hunter Biden investigation, and I want to walk you through Exhibit 202 and 203. Exhibit 202 is an email from August of 2020. It was sent by prosecutor Leslie Wolf to senior FBI and IRS investigators who are drafting a search warrant. Wolf tells them to keep the scope narrow and limited to potential violations of foreign lobbying laws or FARA, and to remove references to political figure one. So who is political figure one? Well, that’s explained in exhibit 203. It’s heavily redacted, but this is the draft warrant, and it lists political figure one as former Vice President Joe Biden.

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In September, RedState’s Bonchie wrote a piece detailing how Frank Biden, the president’s brother, often referred to Joe as “the big guy,’ demonstrating that the moniker was not only used in Hunter’s email exchanges with his partners.

According to a new report, Frank Biden, the president’s brother, referred to him as the “Big Guy” multiple times while working for an industrial manufacturing company called Federal Signal Corporation.

Frank Biden, President Joe Biden’s youngest brother, was “hired by the Illinois-based industrial manufacturing firm Federal Signal Corp. to help connect the company with Florida lawmakers,” the Journal reported. “During a weekly call, Frank Biden, 69 years old, would frequently interrupt the meeting and say he had to take a call from ‘the Big Guy,’ as he put it.”

Frank Biden would say, “I’ve got to put you on hold, the Big Guy is calling me,” Matthew Brady, a Federal Signal employee, recalled of prior conversations, the Journal reported. “I thought, ‘OK, great, your brother is the vice president.’”

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These developments eventually led to the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden that began last week. The first day of the proceedings saw Republicans repudiating claims from Democrats that there was no evidence that the president engaged in any wrongdoing. Leftists on social media even resorted to circulating deceptive videos to give people the impression that even Republicans’ witnesses said there wasn’t enough proof to follow through with an impeachment.

It’ll be interesting to see how they spin this latest revelation.

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