November 21, 2023 – DOJ prosecutor, Leslie Wolf, is subpoenaed to testify about her forewarning the Biden team of search warrants

In Email/Dossier/Govt Corruption Investigations by Katie Weddington

Lesley Wolf worked closely with Alexander Mackler, who served as then-VP Joe’s White House Deputy Counsel from 2014 to 2016. (Credit: FedBar)

In a significant development in the investigation surrounding Hunter Biden, the Judiciary Committee, led by Jim Jordan, has issued a subpoena to Lesley Wolf, a DOJ prosecutor with connections to the Obama administration. This move is part of an ongoing inquiry into what is being termed as the Biden family cover-up.

The Lesley Wolf Subpoena and Its Implications

Lesley Wolf, who is an Assistant U.S. Attorney, has been accused of providing inside information to Hunter Biden’s defense team. This includes alleged warnings about potential investigations into storage facilities and other locations linked to Hunter Biden. Her and her husband’s history as Democrat donors, with contributions to Barack Obama and Amy Klobuchar among others, has raised questions about her impartiality in this politically sensitive case.

Whistleblowers, including Gary Shapley, have made serious allegations against Wolf. They claim she gave preferential treatment to President Biden’s son, such as notifying his lawyer about potential search warrants and advising investigators to avoid certain lines of inquiry, including references to “the big guy” or “dad”, presumed to be President Biden.

The subpoena demands Wolf’s testimony to understand her role in the DOJ’s investigation of Hunter Biden, and to ascertain the extent of President Biden’s alleged involvement or interference in the DOJ and Congressional investigations. This situation highlights the potential conflicts of interest in high-profile political investigations and raises concerns about the integrity of the investigative process. (Read more: Robert Gouveia Esq., 11/2023)  (Archive)