Judge Noreika has taken action by placing a temporary seal on Chairman Smith’s filing. As a result, the contents of the filing will not be made public until after Hunter Biden’s upcoming plea hearing scheduled for Wednesday.”
Mike Howell, director of the conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, expressed his astonishment at the recent developments in the courtroom saga. He described the alleged actions of Clark’s firm as “crazy” and suggested they “reek of desperation.
‘Something crazy is happening right now in the Hunter Biden case,’ he said. ‘The judge ordered the sealing of transcripts that have been publicly available on the House website for over a month and which a House Committee voted to release in compliance with applicable rules.
‘The courageous whistleblowers did the right thing in the right way – they provided sworn testimony protected under U.S. law.