Rep. Dan Bishop Tells Newsmax He Thinks ‘Biden Is Compromised By China’

Rep. Dan Bishop, a Republican from South Carolina, recently shared his suspicions that President Joe Biden was somehow compromised by China before the 2020 election while making an appearance on Newsmax’s “Stinchfield” program.

“For those who were paying attention,” the congress man said during the interview, adding, “there was reason to believe [that] before the election, President Biden [was] compromised by China.”

“The news the other day that the State Department had spiked as Sen. [John] Kennedy [of Louisiana] put it, had spiked an investigation … into the origins … of the coronavirus,” Bishop says, is one of the reasons to believe that this issue should be investigated more thoroughly.

“On Thursday, Sens. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., and Rick Scott, R-Fla., wrote a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and President Biden requesting information on why Biden had killed an investigation probe into the lab leak hypothesis,” Newsmax reported.

“According to reports, the now-terminated investigation was run out of the State Department’s arms control and verification bureau and was the only inquiry looking seriously into the hypothesis that SARS-CoV-2 emerged from a laboratory in Wuhan, China,” the letter says, adding, “The investigation team reportedly briefed Biden administration officials on its findings in February and March 2021. Following the briefing, the State Department reportedly terminated the investigation.”

“In every way this president signals that he will not hold China to account,” Bishop said later in the interview. “You look around at his last four months; it’s a tone of weakness that’s affected our individual rights, our national security.”

The congressman then concluded that “these revelations seem to be moving in the direction” of Biden being compromised by the communist nation of China.

 

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