Sunday, June 23, 2024

Comer Teases ‘Dozens of Subpoenas’ to Biden Family Members in Coming Weeks

'This wasn’t just some drug addict, you know, doing concoctions and making wild transactions. This was very organized...'

(Headline USAHouse Oversight Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., revealed he plans to issue dozens of subpoenas to members of the Biden family—including one, potentially, this week, as Republicans ramp up their impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden.

Comer said on Sunday that a lot of new documents set to be released this week will prove Biden knew of his family’s influence-peddling scheme. 

“We’re waiting on a few more documents to come in that we’ve successfully subpoenaed, but it’s taking forever,” Comer said.

“I don’t think the average person can imagine how many different checking accounts the president’s son had,” he continued. “… Once all those come in, I think you’re going to see swift action on Bidens, and I would predict somewhere around two dozen subpoenas in the very near future.”

Comer also said the Oversight Committee has gathered enough evidence from Biden family bank accounts to prove the Bidens laundered money.

The scheme was “a very organized criminal enterprise by the Biden family,” he said.

“This wasn’t just some drug addict, you know, doing concoctions and making wild transactions,” he added. “This was very organized. And the reason they did these complicated transactions was to disguise the source of the revenue and to deceive the IRS from paying taxes.”

Bank documents published by the House Oversight Committee last week showed Joe Biden received $40,000 from his brother’s wife shortly after a Chinese energy company sent money to the Biden family, including $400,000 to Hunter Biden.

The check to Joe Biden claimed it was a “loan repayment.” However, Republicans argued it was the 10% check intended for the “big guy”—a reference to an email from Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Comer also said House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, plans to bring in special counsel David Weiss, who is investigating Hunter Biden, for a deposition.

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