Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Newly Released Bank Records Depict Biden Family’s Complex Money-Laundering Scheme

'Most people’s grandchildren don't get a wire from a foreign national...'

(Ken Silva, Headline USA) The House Oversight Committee released new evidence Wednesday about President Joe Biden’s family receiving money from foreign nationals—revealing that more than 20 companies, 12 banks and nine Biden relatives were used in an alleged complex money-laundering scheme.

The evidence was presented in a 36-page report as well as a press conference Wednesday. Oversight Committee Chair presented evidence that wire payments were made from corrupt Romanian and Chinese officials to Hunter Biden through intermediary companies, which were formed while Joe Biden was still vice president.

This disproves Biden’s claim that his family did not take money from China and did not take money from foreign nationals while he was vice president, Comer said.

“Biden family members and business associates created a web of over 20 companies—most were limited liability companies formed during Joe Biden’s vice presidency,” Comer said.

In one instance, Hunter Biden received 16 payments from a corrupt Romanian official while his father was still vice president.

More evidence of duplicity, according to Comer, is the fact that a network of apparent shell companies were used to direct the money from foreign nationals to the Bidens.

In one instance, Bladon Enterprises Ltd.—owned by Romanian official Gabriel Popoviciu, who was convicted of bribery in 2016—transferred $3 million to Robinson Walker LLC, which was controlled by Hunter’s business partner, Rob Walker. Walker then made a series of payments totaling about $1 million to Hunter between November 2015 and May 2017, according to Comer.

In another instance, Hunter’s company, Owasco P.C., received $100,000 from Chinese national Gongwen Dong through an apparent intermediary shell corporation.

Perhaps the most shocking revelation from the new info is that one of Joe Biden’s grandchildren was allegedly used in this scheme.

Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, R-Ky., said this at the tail end of Wednesday’s press conference, when a reporter asked who all the Biden family members were to receive payments from foreign nationals.

The House Oversight Committee’s report had only named three of the Biden family members, leading the reporter to ask: “Where are the other six?”

Comer responded to the reporter: “Since you asked, I will tell you: Joe Biden’s son, Joe Biden’s brother, Joe Biden’s brother’s wife, Hunter Biden’s girlfriend or Beau Biden’s widow—however you want to write that—Hunter Biden’s ex wife, Hunter Biden’s current wife, and three children of the president’s son and the president’s brother.

“So, we’re talking about a grandchild. That’s odd. Most people’s grandchildren don’t get a wire from a foreign national.”

Comer ended the press conference on that note.

He said earlier during the press conference that his committee’s investigation is only getting started. The records about the 10-plus companies and slew of shady payments come from subpoenaing only four banks.

“We believe there are 12 banks. We’re in the beginning stages here. Many of you wrote we’d never get access to bank records or Treasury, but we have the records and are going to get more records. We went through associates—the people who were accepting the initial payments, then funneling them to the Bidens through LLCs,” Comer bragged.

“We got the bank records through the back door.”

Comer did admit that his probe has yet to find a smoking gun that Joe Biden himself received payoffs. But the chairman said he has no doubt that the president knew about the scheme and was complicit.

Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.

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