Thursday, July 25, 2024

House Oversight Chairman Says Biden Family May Have Made 11 Other Business Deals w/China

'Right now, it looks like the Biden family just pocketed this money... '

(Headline USA) Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said this week that the Biden family may have made at least a dozen business deals with Chinese companies.

The revelation follows a report from Comer’s investigation into Hunter Biden’s finances that revealed multiple Biden family members, including Hunter and his sister-in-law turned girlfriend Hallie Biden, received hundreds of thousands of dollars in Chinese cash from one venture. In total, the Biden family received $3 million to divide among its members from the deal, bank reports show.

“We think there are as many as 11 more deals,” Comer said on Sunday. “Now, we don’t know what those deals are with the Bidens.”

Comer said the $3 million wire transfer is just the tip of the iceberg of the Bidens’ corruption.

“This is one deal. We have 11 more to go,” he said. “And I’m pretty confident we’ll be getting more bank records in very soon.”

Records show that Chinese Communist Party-backed energy company State Energy HK Limited wired $3 million to Biden family associate Rob Walker, who then doled out the cash to Hunter, Hallie, and others tied to the family. Comer said it is not clear why Biden family members were receiving a cut.

“We don’t know what the Bidens did in return for this money. The lawyer said that it was C capital for a business,” Comer said. “We haven’t been able to find a business… Right now, it looks like the Biden family just pocketed this money.”

Comer also blasted President Joe Biden for denying he had any knowledge of his family’s business ventures, when bank records now show that it was a family affair.

“In the beginning, the White House denied having any knowledge or the fact that their family was involved in any sort of way, shape or form with the CCP,” Comer said. “But now we have bank records that reveal otherwise.”

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