After the DOJ decided to persecute Biden family crime whistleblower Gal Luft, one reporter actually had the courage to CONFRONT the authoritative regime – asking White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan about the blatantly corrupt charges!
Luft was indicted by the DOJ just DAYS after releasing a video detailing criminal allegations against the Biden family, and how the Justice Department tried to cover it up.
The Whistleblower was smacked with an 8-count indictment which aims to put him in prison for 100 years!
Luft was an adviser to CEFC China Energy (CEFC), a business linked to the Chinese Communist Party, at the very same time that Hunter Biden was on their payroll.
New York Post reporter Steven Nelson DEMANNDED that the White House answer for the fact that this man was CLEARLY attacked by the DOJ after deciding to speak up about the criminal First Family – especially considering that Hunter did the SAME EXACT THING that they’re charging Gal with – but got off scot-free.
“A US Attorney from the Southern District of New York indicted a man named Gal Luft for violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act by working without registration for a company called CEFC China Energy. The president’s son and brother worked for the SAME firm without registration … what’s the White House’s take?” Nelson asked Sullivan.
Of course Sullivan, being the mouthpiece for the Biden administration that he is, played dumb – and claimed he “had not seen that news,” and refused to comment further.
The Biden admin is blatantly weaponizing the DOJ to new extremes and their candid denial of this suggest they’re just getting started!
Watch the video here to see how this smug Biden admin official shrugs off the question about the corrupted DOJ!
NYP's @StevenNelson10: "[@SDNYnews] indicted…Gal Luft for violating the [FARA] by working w/o registration for…CEFC…[Hunter & Jim Biden] worked for the same firm w/o registration…What's the WH's take on…potential…liability…here?"
Jake Sullivan declines to comment. pic.twitter.com/KpftzpLCRf
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) July 11, 2023