President Joe Biden’s family lobbied on behalf of foreign governments resulting in outsized influence in American energy markets, a ranking member of the House Oversight Committee said Monday.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky, didn’t mince words on Fox Business’s “Mornings with Maria,” stating emphatically that criminal charges are likely for the president’s son Hunter Biden and brother Jim Biden as a result of their activities while Biden was vice president.
“We are confident they committed a crime, so this is very serious,” Comer said. “I am very disappointed that mainstream media hasn’t picked up on this because this is a pretty sure indication that there was criminal activity.”
According to Comer, Hunter Biden was flagged in at least 150 suspicious activity reports from at least four separate banks that Comer is certain will illustrate the Bidens’ complicity but due to a policy change, Comer’s committee has not been able to access the necessary documents.
“We do know that prior to Joe Biden becoming president any member of Congress had access to suspicious activity reports,” Comer said. “One first rule change Joe Biden made when president was changes to that rule, so Republicans have been blocked from getting the answers as to what triggered those 150 suspicious activity reports. Remember that’s the banks, and there was more than one bank, that notified the federal government that ‘we believe our client has committed a crime.'”
Comer said his committee has not been able to pinpoint what triggered the reports but they plan to request them again from the Department of the Treasury after the November election. Knowing suspicious activity reports are not generated without bank-driven concern, Comer’s committee will utilize subpoenas, if necessary, to find out why banks believed the then vice-president’s son and brother committed a crime.
“This is very serious. That means that they were probably doing business with people who had sanctions or countries who America had sanctions against,” Comer explained. “The average American couldn’t do business with them, but the Biden family could do business with them, and the business they were doing was influence peddling.
“They were helping these people navigate bureaucracy, trying to get Chinese energy companies, and Ukrainian energy companies through the backdoor, so they could start getting a foothold on American energy. That is counter to everything every American citizen should want especially now with record-high energy prices,” Comer continued.
Hunter Biden is facing heat from multiple directions, as the federal government is said to have “sufficient evidence” to charge him with tax crimes.
“Initially, the investigation centered around Hunter Biden’s finances related to overseas business ties and consulting work. Over time, investigators with multiple agencies focused closely on whether he did not report all of his income, and whether he lied on gun purchase paperwork in 2018, according to the people familiar with the situation, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing case,” The Washington Post reported.
“Agents determined months ago they had assembled a viable criminal case against the younger Biden. But it is ultimately up to prosecutors at the Justice Department, not agents, to decide whether to file charges in cases where prosecutors believe the evidence is strong enough to lead to a likely conviction at trial,” WaPo continued.
When added together, tax crimes, illegal business dealings and the “laptop from Hell’ that just keeps providing dirt on Biden’s son–complete with crack-smoking and sexual exhibitionism where he’s seen butt-naked brandishing a gun with a bunch of hookers–Hunter Biden’s head is in a noose.
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