Ex – FBI Agent Refuses To Cooperate With GOP’s Hunter Biden Probe

The disgraced FBI agent who left the bureau in August after being accused of bias in his handling of the investigation into Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop has refused to cooperate with the House Republicans’ probe into the FBI’s handling of the Hunter laptop investigation.

According to the New York Post, the law firm representing former agent Timothy Thibault informed the House Judiciary Committee on October 7 that their client “is not in a position to accept this invitation” to be interviewed.

Ex-FBI agent Timothy Thibault won’t cooperate with House GOP (nypost.com)

The letter claimed that the “subject matter” of the interview “pertains to sensitive law enforcement information and/or pending investigations.”

The letter also noted that Thibault is “retired” from the FBI and no longer has an FBI laptop or cell phone and “no longer has access to the FBI’s records and materials.” Someone close to Judiciary Committee Republicans told the New York Post now that Thibault is no longer with the FBI, he can refuse to cooperate, “but he can’t hide from a Congressional subpoena in the future.”

Republicans in both the House and the Senate have pledged to aggressively investigate the Biden family corruption and pay-to-play deals with foreign entities if they regain the majority in the midterm elections. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee believes that Thibault closed down the probe into Hunter’s abandoned laptop.

In August, Grassley wrote a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray informing them that his office was contacted by both current and former “highly credible whistleblowers” who explained how the FBI tried to discredit the Hunter Biden case by falsely labeling “verified and verifiable derogatory information” about Hunter as “disinformation.”

By inaccurately classifying the evidence as “disinformation” the investigation into Hunter Biden’s activities was brought to a halt by FBI officials. In his letter, Grassley said if the whistleblowers’ allegations are true, the DOJ and FBI have been “institutionally corrupted to their very core to the point in which the United States Congressand the American people will have no confidence in the equal application of the law.”

In May, Grassley had requested the DOJ’s Office of the Inspector General open an investigation into Assistant Special Agent in Charge Timothy Thibault and the other agents who headed up the FBI’s 2020 probe into Hunter Biden.