DOJ Indicts Whistleblower Days After He Made Bribery Allegations Against President Biden
A whistleblower who claims to have provided detailed allegations of bribery about the Biden family to the FBI has been indicted by the Department of Justice (DOJ) on eight counts.
The charges include alleged arms trafficking and other schemes involving Iran.
The indictment of Gal Luft, a 57-year-old dual U.S.-Israeli citizen, comes just days after a video obtained by the New York Post features him laying out his case against the President and his son.
Luft’s sensational allegations include claims that the Biden family received payments from individuals with apparent ties to Chinese military intelligence, received large payments from a China-controlled energy company, and that Hunter had an FBI mole who tipped the company off to any potential heat.
The whistleblower also stated that he was arrested earlier this year as a means to stop him from testifying before the House Oversight Committee about the claims.
Luft reportedly skipped bail on the arrest and remains a fugitive living off the grid.
BREAKING: Biden corruption whistleblower Gal Luft, who recently went into hiding in fear for his life, reveals how a mole inside the FBI was tipping off Hunter Biden and his Chinese business partners.
Luft came to the DOJ to alert them of potential crimes being committed by the… pic.twitter.com/Gl1bvVB3Oh
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) July 6, 2023
Biden Bribery Whistleblower Indicted by DOJ
Gal Luft, a key figure in House Republicans’ investigation into a criminal bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, has been indicted.
Among the federal charges he faces are allegations of arms trafficking, operating as an unregistered lobbyist for China, and conspiring to disregard US sanctions on Iran.
BREAKING: The DOJ has indicted Gal Luft, a think tank official who recently came forward to allege that he provided the FBI in 2019 with evidence of the Biden family receiving payments from individuals with ties to Chinese military intelligence pic.twitter.com/iFF2Xt28B6
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 10, 2023
The whistleblower has claimed actions taken against him amount to a political hit job meant to stop him from testifying about the Biden family at any cost.
“I, who volunteered to inform the US government about a potential security breach and about compromising information about a man vying to be the next president, am now being hunted by the very same people who I informed — and may have to live on the run for the rest of my life,” he told the New York Post in the video published last week.
Luft’s statements have not been corroborated at present.
Senator Ron Johnson says Gal Luft, who was just indicted by the DOJ, should be granted immunity to testify before Congress about the criminal behavior he witnessed by the Biden family.
Who agrees? pic.twitter.com/yXHKVoWW07
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 10, 2023
Concerns an Informant Could Be ‘Killed’
Members of the House Oversight Committee last month claimed that the FBI is concerned that an informant involved in the unmasking of an alleged “bribery scheme” concerning the Biden family could be “killed” if their identity were to be revealed.
President Biden has found himself at the center of a multi-million dollar bribery allegation in which he and Hunter Biden were each allegedly paid $5 million by a foreign national.
BREAKING: Biden DOJ indicts whistleblower who alleged Biden family bribery schemes pic.twitter.com/Ug37ngnFrO
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) July 10, 2023
Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) tweeted her concerns that an informant in the investigation could be killed following a committee meeting.
“Just left meeting for House Oversight. The [FBI] is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family,” Paulina wrote.
Just left meeting for House Oversight. The @FBI is afraid their informant will be killed if unmasked, based on the info he has brought forward about the Biden family.
— Rep. Anna Paulina Luna (@RepLuna) June 5, 2023
Luft claims the indictment was filed just days prior to the November midterm elections. If that checks out, the DOJ’s revelation of the indictment seems suspiciously timed to follow the video release.
Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has said Luft remains a “potential witness” in the Biden bribery investigation despite his fugitive status.
Senator Ron Johnson has insisted the whistleblower deserves legal protection so he can testify as to the allegations against the Biden family.
“Now, he’s literally fleeing for his life right now. He’s on the run. He’s an important witness,” Johnson said in a recent interview. “He needs to be granted immunity to be able to testify and tell his story.”
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