Comer Anticipates More Key Witnesses In Biden Family Probe

On Sunday, Rep. James Comer (R-KY) announced the House Oversight Committee’s intention to expand its inquiry into what he referred to as the “Biden family influence-peddling schemes,” stating additional witnesses would be summoned for questioning.

“We’re going to start bringing in key figures in the Biden family influence-peddling schemes for depositions, and I think we’re on the right track, even though we’re having to fight the FBI, fight the DOJ, fight the Democrats in Congress and fight the mainstream media.”
Last week, Comer issued a subpoena for former Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer.

Recently, the FBI yielded to Comer’s subpoenas and granted members of his panel permission to review the FD-1023 informant file. This file allegedly contains evidence implicating President Biden in a multimillion-dollar bribery scheme while serving as vice president.

Initially, the FBI had resisted Comer’s demands, citing the informant file as containing “unverified reporting by a confidential human source.” Comer, alongside Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), asserted they were informed about the file’s existence by a whistleblower.

Republicans who have seen the file claim that it provides details about two separate $5 million transactions, one involving Biden and another concerning his son, Hunter. These transactions allegedly took place between Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma Holdings, and the Bidens.

Reportedly, the payments were part of a plot aimed at pressuring Ukraine to remove a prosecutor investigating Burisma. Hunter Biden served on Burisma’s board at the time. Comer argued the FBI’s reluctance to investigate further lent credibility to the informant’s claims about the Bidens.

He questioned why the FBI failed to pursue the matter if the informant, whom he deemed credible, had provided information suggesting that the Vice President of the United States had accepted a bribe from a foreign national in exchange for foreign policy and aid.

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The White House dismissed the allegations, with administration spokesman Ian Sams tweeting, “The James Comer playbook is simple: Make sweeping claims and promise bombshells to try to get media attention, then fail to deliver the goods. Don’t fall for it. His repeated pattern of laundering thin innuendo without evidence has cost him his credibility.”

Last month, Comer held a press conference unveiling allegations that the President’s family and associates had received over “$10 million” from foreign-owned businesses during Biden’s vice presidency.

Comer’s unwavering pursuit of the truth and his commitment to scrutinizing the actions of the Bidens signifies a crucial endeavor towards upholding democracy and ensuring accountability and transparency at the highest levels of government.