Comer Cancels Wray Contempt Vote

Just 11 hours before the House Oversight Committee was going to assemble to vote on whether or not to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in Contempt of Congress, the FBI finally agreed to allow members of the panel to review an unclassified file on Joe Biden.

As a result, Chairman James Comer cancelled the vote that could have resulted in Wray being held in contempt.

The FBI tried to play games for as long as it could. Comer had been requesting this document ever since the very beginning of this whole situation.

"After weeks of refusing to even admit the FD-1023 record exists," the House Oversight Committee began, "the FBI has caved and is now allowing all members of the Oversight and Accountability Committee to review this unclassified record that memorializes a confidential human source’s conversations with a foreign national who claimed to have bribed then-Vice President Joe Biden."

The file in question allegedly linked Joe Biden to his family's illegal business deals in Ukraine.