Biden, Obama, FBI, DOJ, CIA Conspiring ‘Right in Front of Us’

By Mike Huckabee Published on May 22, 2023

One of the best analysts on the subject of FBI misbehavior, former U.S. Attorney for Utah Brett Tolman, appeared on Sunday’s Life, Liberty & Levin. They talked specifically on the FBI’s efforts to cover up Democrats’ crimes.

The FBI did this for Hillary, of course, but they just keep following the same pattern, this time with Hunter Biden and family.

Right in Front of Our Eyes

“It’s quite a moment in history,” Tolman said, “to be watching this in real time.” He says he can’t look at what they’re doing with the Biden case without thinking of what was exposed in the Durham Report.

You have, on one side…the Vice President and President of the Obama administration, and the head of CIA, and the FBI, and DOJ, all conspiring to make a hoax look like a reality on the Russian ‘collusion’ investigation, and then you have the same offices, same agencies and many of the same people, making what is real corruption and real crime out to be a hoax.

And they’re doing it while they’re right in front of us.

He said that if he were still a U.S. attorney, he would’ve indicted “this case against the Bidens” a long time ago. Notice he said “the Bidens,” not just Hunter.

An Unprecedented Level of Corruption in the History of Our Country

“I would have indicted immediately Hunter Biden,” he said, “in order to put an incredible amount of pressure on him to expose the full…level of corruption that is at stake. Everything I’ve seen, from the shell corporations that can’t define what their business is, to the movement of money, the money laundering, to the tax evasion, all of it is really the bread-and-butter of what the FBI and DOJ used to investigate 15-20 years ago.”

Tolman said that those “formers” (former FBI officials) who go on the media to say there’s no connection to Joe Biden are saying something “absolutely false.”

Tolman said that those “formers” (former FBI officials) who go on the media to say there’s no connection to Joe Biden are saying something “absolutely false.”

“There’s sufficient evidence to present it to a grand jury and to get an indictment,” he said, “and I’ll tell you why. You have [Tony] Bobulinski, who has already connected that money has flowed into the company and then out of the company, and that Joe Biden participated in receiving that money. You have, already, a whistleblower who came forward to the FBI and exposed the connection to Biden, and Chuck Grassley requested the document, so it is reliable. That’s information that a non-political DOJ and FBI would have utilized to expose what may be one of the greatest episodes of corruption our government has seen in the history of this country.”

The Influence of Politics on Following the Law 

He said that when he went to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, he got some advice from the outgoing attorney: “Don’t cede your authority and power to Washington D.C. …You are nominated and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, just like the attorney general. He cannot fire you; you serve at the pleasure of the President.” This powerful statement helped him make decisions independent from the influence of politics.

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“That’s not the case any more,” he said. U.S. attorneys are losing their independence. “The Founders of the Constitution knew,” he said, “that centralizing that power in Washington D.C. would be the most dangerous thing for our country. Well, that’s what’s happened, and the U.S. attorney there, and the U.S. attorney on the…Hunter Biden case, they have ceded their authority and, I would argue, their ethics, their moral compass, to Washington D.C.’s gravity. And that, to me, is offensive, and it should be for the whole country, and it should suggest that Congress needs to clean this up.”

So U.S. attorneys have their own authority to act — they don’t have to be led around by the attorney general or anyone else.

What About January 6? 

BREAKING: Tolman had something very revealing to say about January 6:

The outgoing U.S. attorney at the time of January 6 had identified a very small number of individuals that should be prosecuted, and had indicated to the DOJ that [this] was his intention. They forced him out because he did not have the same vision that they did in terms of what they would turn the January 6 prosecution into. And so I think about that and who they put in their place, and I think it is someone that will toe the line and follow what Washington D.C. wants. And that is the greatest injustice we have, because now we see that they will…make decisions and use their power based on politics rather than based on the facts and the evidence, which would result in a lot of people being prosecuted and put in jail, including the Biden family.

The incoming U.S. attorney Tolman was talking about, who apparently shared the DOJ’s “vision,” is Matthew M. Graves, who began on November 5, 2021. He shares the DOJ’s “vision,” all right; in fact, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is calling for him to be impeached for malicious prosecution of January 6 protesters. The U.S. attorney on January 6 who, according to Tolman, wasn’t as aggressive as the DOJ wanted must have been Michael R. Sherwin, who was appointed on an interim basis by President Trump (uh-oh) in March 2020.

But we see from his bio at current law firm Kobre & Kim that he did move quite swiftly after January 6. “Under his leadership,” it reads, “more than 400 criminal cases were filed and over 500 search warrants, were executed throughout the U.S. in less than 10 weeks.” This says nothing about prosecutions, though, and apparently he wasn’t nearly as hot to prosecute most of the J6-ers as the Biden administration was. So Biden (what else?) replaced him with someone who was. And we’ve seen the result.


Mike Huckabee is the former governor of Arkansas and longtime conservative commentator on issues in culture and current events. A New York Times best-selling author, he hosts the weekly talk show Huckabee on TBN.

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