Top members of the House Oversight Committee will review two more FBI intelligence documents related to the Bidens’ business, a House Oversight Committee spokeswoman confirmed to Breitbart News.
The FBI has at least two more FD-1023 forms referenced in FBI informant documents reviewed by the commission on Thursday.
The FBI will allow House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R, Kentucky) and ranking member Jamie Ruskin (D, Md.) to review two new documents this week.
A Republican committee told reporters that there were two pieces of evidence in the original FBI intelligence files showing that President Joe Biden received $5 million from Ukrainian energy company Burisma. Said it happened.
When a reporter asked Joe Biden about the alleged $5 million payment Thursday, he jokingly said, answered“Where’s the money?”
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In 2015, Burisma was accused of money laundering and public corruption. Prosecutor Victor Shokin was under pressure from then-Vice President Joe Biden, who threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. aid from Ukraine unless the Ukrainian government fired the prosecutor investigating Burisma. , investigated the case before being dismissed.
Instead, the informant file is claim Joe Biden and Hunter Biden each received a small amount of $5 million through separate bank accounts.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Georgia) told Breitbart News on Friday exclusively that the FBI has two more informant files on the Biden family business, saying: Friday prompted the House Oversight Committee to subpoena two more banks.
The Commission did not respond to requests for comment on the bank subpoena.
Greene told Breitbart News that the House Oversight Committee on Friday issued two subpoenas to compel information about the Biden family’s dealings in Ukraine. Mr. Green declined to comment on which bank Mr. Comer had filed the subpoena with.
By Friday, the committee had subpoenaed at least four banks and one individual: Bank of America, Cathay Bank, JPMorgan Chase and HSBC USA NA.