DOJ Attorney Says Department Ignored His Allegations Against Biden in 2018

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Two years before the whistleblower who is currently speaking to the House Oversight Committee presented explosive bribery charges against the president, Joe Biden, and foreign nationals, they were brought to the Department of Justice in 2018.

In an email sent to then-New York US Attorney Geoff Berman on October 4, 2018, former federal prosecutor Bud Cummins first brought attention to the allegations of bribery. He claimed to have proof that Joe Biden had “exercised influence to protect” the employer of his son in Ukraine “in exchange for payments to Hunter Biden, Devon Archer, and Joe Biden.”

Cummins said that Yuriy Lutsenko, the prosecutor general of Ukraine at the time, wanted to visit the United States to meet Berman and could provide two “John Doe” witnesses to support his allegations against the Bidens in the email obtained by John Solomon’s Just The News.

Berman, though, never replied to the email.

Instead, on December 9, 2019, in the midst of President Donald Trump’s impeachment hearings, federal prosecutors secretly got data from Cummins’ iPhone via a grand jury subpoena to Apple, in a move Cummins said seemed like “retaliation.”

“I can’t really imagine a legitimate reason for the DOJ not to follow up on an offer like that. I felt like it was stonewalled,” said Cummins, formerly Arkansas’ chief federal prosecutor under President George W. Bush.

“It doesn’t make much sense to investigate the guy who brings you the allegation rather than the allegation,” he said.

He said he found it “perverse that you report an allegation of a pretty serious crime and they don’t investigate [it] but they were investigating you” when he learned from Apple in October that his data had been accessed three years prior.

The DOJ received several warnings regarding the Biden family’s influence-peddling plan between 2016 and 2020, with Cummins’ report being just one of them.

Hunter’s abandoned laptop has been in the FBI’s custody since December 2019. Days before the 2020 election, Tony Bobulinski, Hunter’s former business partner, spoke with the FBI for five hours and turned over the information on his three devices. He also provided proof that then-candidate Joe Biden had been involved in his son’s international business dealings.

Cummins spoke to Just The News of his surprise after he had presented the Department of Justice with bombshell bribery charges involving Joe Biden and foreign nationals, only to have his evidence disregarded:


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