CLAIM: House GOP Ready for New Investigations if Midterms Bring Majority

Appearing on Newsmax’s “The Chris Salcedo Show” on Wednesday, Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) promised the American people that Republicans would be ready to initiate new investigations, should they retake the House in the upcoming November midterm elections.

One important example, according to Biggs, is that the GOP-controlled house will not tolerate the Democrats’ “hypocrisy” of supporting the Department of Justice’s grand-jury investigation into the actions of former President Donald Trump, while at the same time ignoring allegations against President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

The Arizona Republican also pointed out that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has largely ignored requests from Republicans.

“Right now, what’s happening, we’re in the minority. So even when we request oversight, the Democrats won’t give it to us,” Biggs said. “When we send out requests for information, the DOJ doesn’t give it to us.”

This is a consequence of Democrats holding majorities in the House and Senate, and controlling the White House, while also “controlling the purse strings” in regards to investigations, the GOP congressman added.

“Most of the time, the DOJ buries” inquiries into Democrats, said Biggs, noting that most of the time the Republicans only find this information because of whistleblowers.

He went on to reveal that a group of FBI whistleblowers — who have been largely ignored by the Democrat-allied mainstream media — will be heard in 2023 if Republicans take back the House, and will have a monumental impact on the political landscape.

“[The whistleblowers] know ‘Hey, this is corrupt [where I work]. We need to go somewhere to report it,’” Biggs said. “And they won’t go to Democrats, because they’re ones who will aid and abet” the groups controlling the police apparatus, he added.

“It took a lot of courage for the whistleblowers to bring this information forward,” he added, while teasing potential events in January when the new Congress will be sworn in.

Biggs noted that House leaders will be “ready to rock and roll” for the incoming wave of investigations they plan to initiate in January, “and I think they’ll deliver.”

The Arizona congressman is up for reelection this November in the state’s 5th District, which covers Phoenix’s eastern suburbs.