Rep. James Comer, chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee, expressed hope that further “disturbing findings” from the committee’s investigation into the alleged criminal scheme involving the Biden family would be revealed soon. In an interview with Fox News, Comer stated that six out of the 12 banks pursued by House Republicans have provided records that they believe demonstrate President Joe Biden and his family received millions of dollars from foreign agents.
Comer emphasized the significance of bank records, noting that they are difficult to manipulate compared to taxes, which can be subject to cheating. He stated that the bank records obtained thus far support the belief that the Biden family engaged in a scheme where they received over $20 million from foreign sources in exchange for policy influence.
The congressman also mentioned their hopes for the Treasury to grant access to more bank violations that could potentially contain information related to alleged bribery charges outlined in an FBI whistleblower report. Comer referred to the forthcoming deposition of Devon Archer, a business partner of Hunter Biden and associate of the Biden family, who will discuss the younger Biden’s purported business dealings with foreign countries.
Comer reassured the public that the investigation is progressing and that they are actively gathering evidence. The committee’s pursuit of the truth regarding the alleged criminal scheme involving the Biden family remains a priority, and they are committed to unveiling more details in the coming weeks. The deposition of Devon Archer marks a significant step in the investigation, providing an opportunity to shed light on the nature of Hunter Biden’s business associations and potential improprieties.
As the investigation moves forward, Comer and his colleagues on the House Oversight and Reform Committee will continue their diligent efforts to uncover the truth, ensuring accountability and transparency regarding the allegations surrounding the Biden family.