Chan, the primary conduit between the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force (FITF) and social mediua platforms leading up to the 2020 US election (aka the Hunter Biden damage control operation), appears to have lied under oath about his meetings with tech companies regarding the laptop story.
Now, Jordan is demanding that Chan sit for an Oct. 5 deposition to discuss his role in the FITF.
Jordan shared internal Facebook documents showing Chan had more meetings with Facebook than he appeared to let on during his testimony. Chan and FITF Section Chief Laura Dehmlow met with Facebook on Oct. 14 and told the platform "no comment" on whether Biden's laptop was real, Dehmlow testified to House Judiciary.
IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley testified to the House Ways and Means Committee in May and confirmed the FBI knew Hunter Biden's laptop was real in early 2020.
Chan testified that he was "confident" he did not participate in any other meetings with tech companies besides the one disclosed by Dehmlow. The internal Facebook documents shared by Jordan indicate Chan had a "follow up" meeting with Facebook officials Oct. 15 to discuss the Hunter Biden laptop story. -Daily Caller
"Based on representations that the date of your deposition conflicts with the dates of your official travel, as an accommodation, the Committee is issuing you a new deposition subpoena that compels your appearance on October 5, 2023," reads the letter.
THE FACEBOOK FILES PART 4. FBI LIED ABOUT MEETING WITH BIG TECH REGARDING NY POST'S HUNTER BIDEN LAPTOP STORY— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) August 7, 2023
Internal FB docs reveal that an FBI Special Agent made false statements in testimony about the FBI's role in the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story