Dr. Gal Luft, the Israeli professor who is the “elusive witness” in the Biden corruption investigation, has aired his bribery allegations against the Biden family in an explosive video recorded from an undisclosed location while being a fugitive.
The 14-minute video, secured exclusively by The Post, features the former Israeli military officer, now a fugitive, alleging his arrest in Cyprus was to thwart his testimony to the House Oversight Committee.
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He accuses the Biden family of accepting payments from figures connected to Chinese military intelligence and claims they had an informant within the FBI who shared classified information with their patrons from the Chinese-controlled energy company, CEFC.
The self-identified whistleblower affirms he handed over the damaging evidence to six officials from the FBI and the Department of Justice during a confidential meeting in Brussels in March 2019, but claims it was subsequently suppressed.
Expressing his frustration, Luft, who voluntarily alerted the US government about a potential security breach, now feels hunted by the same people he alerted, possibly having to spend his life in hiding.
“I, who volunteered to inform the US government about a potential security breach and about compromising information about a man vying to be the next president, am now being hunted by the very same people who I informed — and may have to live on the run for the rest of my life on the run …”
Despite having no political agenda, he felt compelled to act out of concern that if the Bidens took power, the country could face a similar scandal to the Russia collusion controversy, but this time with China. Regrettably, he believes this occurred due to the alleged cover-up by the DOJ.
“I’m not a Republican. I’m not a Democrat. I have no political motive or agenda … I did it out of deep concern that if the Bidens were to come to power, the country would be facing the same traumatic Russia collusion scandal — only this time with China. Sadly, because of the DOJ’s cover-up, this is exactly what happened …”
“I warned the government about potential risk to the integrity of the 2020 elections … Ask yourself, who is the real criminal in this story?”
Republican James Comer, the House Oversight chairman, who was planning to interview Luft before his disappearance, maintains that Luft is still a potential witness in the Biden family investigation despite his fugitive status.
Despite the uncertainty about whether Luft will be the one to incriminate the Bidens, he is resolved not to retreat silently. He is adamant about informing the American public about his side of the story.
Identifying himself as “patient zero of the Biden family investigation,” 57-year-old Luft vehemently denies allegations of conspiring to sell Chinese weapons to Kenya, Libya, and the UAE, of violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), and of making a false statement.
Insisting on his innocence, Luft says he decided to skip bail in Cyprus while waiting for extradition because he was doubtful about receiving a fair trial in a New York court.
Luft also poses a question to the DOJ as to why they chose to unseal the indictment the same week of the midterm elections in November 2022. He raises suspicions about a potential cover-up once Republicans gain control over Congress.
Luft is now challenging the government to disclose the minutes of the Brussels meeting and make the evidence against him public.
Miranda Devine, who wrote the New York Post article, produced the original letter U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman sent to set up the Brussels meeting.
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Luft alleges that he informed the DOJ and the FBI in Brussels that Joe Biden, shortly after his term as vice president concluded, attended a meeting at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington, DC, with his son Hunter and officials from CEFC.
The veracity of Luft’s claim about the former VP’s presence at that meeting was later validated 21 months later when the FBI interviewed another participant, Biden family associate Rob Walker, according to recent Congressional testimony.
The Oversight Committee has now contacted Walker, demanding he answer questions about his role in distributing over $1 million from China to at least three relatives of President Biden.
The Brussels meeting was attended by six representatives from the DOJ, according to Luft. These included four FBI agents and two prosecutors from the Southern District of New York.
In the FBI group was Special Agent Joshua Wilson from the Baltimore field office, who later signed a subpoena to seize Hunter’s abandoned laptop from a Delaware repair shop.
Luft also revealed during the Brussels meeting that Hunter had an informant within the FBI, nicknamed “One Eye,” who had informed his associates at CEFC that they were under investigation.
It has recently been revealed that a federal prosecutor named Derek Hines had worked on Hunter Biden’s charging documents resulting in a “sweetheart” plea deal had worked for former FBI Director Louis Freeh, a Hunter Biden business associate.