(Ken Silva, Headline USA) As damning information on the Biden family trickles out on a near-daily basis, people investigating the matter are calling for the House Oversight Committee to subpoena records from Joe Biden’s “secret” cell phone—the existence of which was revealed in data from Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.
“What is the line of communications between Hunter Biden and his business partners and Joe Biden when he’s vice president of the United States? It’s not the government phone. It’s not Joe Biden’s personal phone. We know from the laptop that Hunter Biden’s business paid for a private phone line that Joe Biden used while he was vice president,” investigative author Peter Schweizer said on Fox News earlier this week.
“It was from AT&T. It was $300 a month. It was a global phone where you could access somebody anywhere around the world … My hope is that the House Oversight Committee will subpoena those records.”
Little attention has been paid to the mysterious Biden cell phone until Schweizer’s comments on Fox.
But investigative reporter John Solomon stoked interest in the matter when he revealed Wednesday that he actually called the Biden cell phone in 2019—and received an unexpected answer.
Solomon, the founder of Just the News, was working for The Hill at the time. He said a source leaked him documents about the Biden phone.
“So I called the cell phone, and guess who picked up the phone? Joe Biden,” Solomon said to a stunned news anchor, who only replied with an incredulous, “What?”
“Boy, was he shocked when he picked up the phone and found out it was me,” Solomon added. “He hung up pretty quickly.”
Solomon said he was able to further authenticate the cell phone when information about it came out in the Hunter Biden laptop about a year later.
“It was the beginning of realizing we were on the cusp of something big,” he said.
But by that time, much of the media was concentrating on Donald Trump contesting the 2020 election results, and other matters.
With whistleblowers coming forward and the House Oversight Committee investigating the matter nearly three years later, Solomon said he thinks the walls are finally closing in on the Biden crime family.
“I think the next big shoe to drop is: There’s a strong possibility there will be a cooperation by Devin Archer, the right-hand man of Hunter,” Solomon said, referring to the co-founder of Hunter’s defunct investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, who was convicted in 2018 on fraud charges.
“One other thing I’ll mention because it’s very important: Another whistleblower, who provided the SEC a detailed report in November 2016 of allegations of wrongdoing against the Biden family, he is emerging and beginning to cooperate with members of Congress. We could have something on that as early as next week.
“The storm clouds are darkening over the Biden family.”
Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.