FBI agent who interfered in Hunter Biden's case resigns

As of last Friday Timothy Thibault is no longer part of the Federal Bureau after being accused of obstructing the case.

Hunter Biden's computer case continues. Last Friday, FBI Lead Special Agent Timothy Thibault resigned from his position and retired from the Federal Bureau, reports Fox News.

The reasons for his departure are centered around the allegations of interfering in the investigation of Joe Biden's son's computer, an interference that occurred to withhold information from Hunter and, thus, prevent the re-election of Donald Trump as president.

Thibault's name appeared in a letter sent by Senate Judiciary Committee member Chuck Grassley to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland:

As you are aware, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Tim Thibault is not the only politically biased FBI agent at the Washington Field Office.

Following this investigation, the CEO of Meta (Facebook's parent company), Mark Zuckerberg, confirmed that the FBI pressured his company to censor information regarding Hunter Biden's computer. However, Grassley (as a Republican senator from Iowa) along with Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson are requesting through a letter to Zuckerberg to turn over communications related to Hunter Biden:

The American people deserve to know whether the FBI used Facebook as part of their alleged plan to discredit information about Hunter Biden

The FBI’s Image

The FBI's perception is damaged due to recent events. Hunter Biden's investigation is joined by the Mar-a-Lago raid. The operation has tarnished the image of the Federal Bureau, which has come to be regarded as "Joe Biden's Gestapo.”

The FBI played the victim regarding the search of Donald Trump's home and the director of the Bureau himself, Christopher Wray, identified the accusations he received as real threats:

I am always concerned about threats to law enforcement. Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, regardless of who you are upset with.

A "movie” case

Hunter Biden's life seems like something you would find in a book: there are many chapters to be written and many stories to capture on the 'big screen.’ That’s exactly what film director Robert Davi did with My Son Hunter.

In the film, Davi chronicles Hunter Biden's scandalous business dealings and lifestyle, as well as the corruption that can be found on the road to the White House.