Republican lawmakers recently predicted that an investigation into the Biden family could reveal that Biden’s businesses collected more than $50 million, about $30 million more than previous bank records.
“Based on the evidence I’ve seen so far, I think it’s more than the $50 million we’re talking about here,” said Rep. Nancy Mace (R-South Carolina). Said on Fox News.
Through its investigation, the House Oversight Committee released several portions of Biden’s business banking records. According to these, Biden’s businesses received at least $20 million from business schemes in Romania, China, Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan. A total of nine members of the Biden family, including two of Joe Biden’s grandchildren, received payments from his family’s foreign business operations.
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Mace added: “This will go down as the most politically corrupt president and family in American history.” “And we have to show and prove that to the American people. We have to show them everything we have.”
Speaking to Fox News’ Sean Hannity, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) supported Mace’s $50 million prediction. “Do you think that number is realistic and correct?” Hannity asked.
“I think that’s realistic,” Comer responded, noting that the committee has not yet released the personal banking records of Joe Biden’s younger brother, Jim Biden. He secretly negotiated a $140 million settlement agreement between a U.S. company and the Saudi government in 2012. Court documents revealed her relationship with then-Vice President Joe Biden.
“We’re not there yet at Jim Biden,” Comer said. “A subpoena for Jim Biden’s personal banking records would be the first crack at Jim Biden. Remember, Jim Biden didn’t leave his laptop unattended, so there’s no way to track his transactions. It wasn’t that easy.”
A committee spokesperson told Breitbart News that Comer plans to subpoena Hunter and James Biden’s personal and corporate banking records as soon as this week. Comer did not immediately issue a subpoena as the committee insisted on restraint to “show good faith.”
In February, Hunter Biden rejected the Committee’s request for banking documents and communications, arguing that the request lacked a “legitimate legislative and supervisory basis” to request the relevant information.
“The way the funds were disbursed through LLCs and shell companies and the way the funds were disbursed through various Biden members, we believe this was a very organized criminal organization,” Comer told Hannity. Told.
“Joe Biden was very involved in this,” Comer added. “He knew what his family was doing.”