Timothy Thibault, one of 13 assistant special agents in charge at the Washington field office, retired over the weekend after being accused of thwarting efforts to investigate Hunter Biden’s laptop before the election. In July, he was explicitly named by Senate Judiciary ranking member Chuck Grassley in a letter to FBI Director Chris Wray.

“As you are aware, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Tim Thibault is not the only politically biased FBI agent at the Washington Field Office,” Grassley wrote. He added, “the FBI answers to Congress and the American people.”

Grassley claimed the FBI approved investigative activity on Trump’s campaign while refusing to look into the Hunter Biden laptop. Grassley said the FBI “shut down investigative activity and sources, which included verified and verifiable information, relating to Hunter Biden.”

Senator Ron Johnson also confirmed he had been given inside information from whistleblowers who said FBI leadership forbid employees from investigating Hunter’s laptop and that it affected the election outcome. Johnson said FBI leadership told employees

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“you will not look at that Hunter Biden laptop” and that the FBI is “not going to change the outcome of the election again.”

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A recent poll found that 79% of Americans agree with Senator Johnson and believe Trump would be in office if the FBI had not suppressed Hunter’s laptop.

 

In a contradictory video, Thibault was filmed in 2020 explaining how the Washington FBI field office helps protect elections. “The FBI is charged with protecting the rights of all Americans, including the right to vote,” Thibault claims.

 

Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley are working to get to the bottom of the FBI, Hunter Biden collusion and have demanded that Facebook hand over all communications with the FBI, DOJ, and other government bureaucrats related to Hunter Biden. Facebook’s Zuckerburg recently admitted that Facebook had been asked to suppress Hunter’s laptop story, saying the FBI told him that it was Russian propaganda.

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