House Judiciary Committee Republicans sent a Friday letter to Timothy Thibault, an ex-FBI agent, informing him to save all documents related to the Hunter Biden investigation.
“Whistleblowers have come to Congress alleging that you were part of a scheme to undermine and discredit allegations of criminal wrongdoing by members of the Biden family. Accordingly, we believe that you possess information relating to our investigation and we request your assistance with our inquiry,” wrote Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), the committee’s ranking member, in the note obtained by The Post.
“You should construe this preservation notice as an instruction to take all reasonable steps to prevent the destruction or alteration, whether intentionally or negligently, of all documents, communications, and other information, including electronic information and metadata, that are or may be responsive to this congressional inquiry,” the missive continued.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R.California), a senior member of this committee, signed the letter.