Representative Andy Biggs, a Republican from Arizona, was very clear in his criticism of Special Counsel David Weiss: he did not hold back. Biggs said that Weiss was "obfuscating" when he recently testified about the probe into Hunter Biden. Weiss was asked to talk to the House Judiciary Committee about their investigation into Hunter Biden's shady business dealings and possible tax and gun law crimes. Biggs, on the other hand, said that Weiss deftly avoided answering the committee`s direct questions.
Biggs, who is also a member of the House Judiciary Committee, didn't try to hide how angry he was with Weiss's answers. He told co-host Brian Kilmeade of "Fox & Friends" about his problems. Biggs said, "The whistleblowers are not lying, they're telling the truth, and what we saw from David Weiss was obfuscation, dodging, ducking, and weaving." There was no doubt that Biggs was not impressed by Weiss's evidence. Also, Biggs said that Weiss was wrong to avoid talking about his power and that Weiss didn't give a clear answer even when this topic came up.
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Biggs pointed out what he thought was a lack of honesty in Weiss's answers during the conversation and said he had doubts about Weiss's ties to the Biden family. Biggs talked about how Weiss was treated differently by Delaware senators when he was reappointed, and he pointed out that Weiss was the only Trump nominee who hadn't been fired by President Biden. People like Biggs asked, "Why was that?" which made it seem like Weiss might be close with the Biden family.
David Weiss was named special counsel by Merrick Garland, the attorney general, on August 11. There have been many problems with the investigation into Hunter Biden's alleged wrongdoing. For example, witnesses have told the House Oversight Committee that they were harmed. After a deal to plead guilty fell through, Hunter Biden recently said he was not guilty of two misdemeanor tax charges and a felony gun charge. Biggs thought that Weiss's evidence supported their suspicions, but he also said that Weiss's evasiveness made people even more worried about how impartial he was.
It's still not clear what will happen with this review into Hunter Biden. Still, Biggs and his conservative colleagues don't seem happy with Weiss's evidence or how he's been handling the case so far. Republicans are still looking for answers, and Democrats are still standing up for the Biden family. There is one thing that is certain: this study is not yet over.