The House Oversight Committee recently released a memorandum that sheds light on the questionable international business dealings of the Biden family. Congressman James Comer (R-KY) and the committee investigated the connections between President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden and found evidence of pay-to-play arrangements. These arrangements involved Joe Biden meeting with individuals from countries like Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine, who had paid his son millions of dollars for these encounters.
Who owns Joe Biden? https://t.co/B4V5PgQW5b
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) August 10, 2023
The committee discovered internal communications that revealed Hunter Biden and his associate Devon Archer sought to profit from the “Biden brand” during Joe Biden’s vice presidency. The committee’s findings show that over $20 million in foreign transactions took place after various meetings involving Joe Biden. Despite President Biden’s denial of any knowledge of his family’s involvement, the evidence suggests otherwise.
According to Chairman Comer, Hunter Biden used his father’s position to sell access to the Biden network. The committee found that Hunter had meals with oligarchs from around the world at Café Milano, a popular restaurant in Washington, D.C., where these individuals had sent money to his son. This raises concerns about whether Joe Biden was aware of his son’s business dealings and allowed himself to be “the brand” sold to enrich the Biden family while he was Vice President.
The full memorandum provides further details of how Hunter enriched himself and his family members by peddling access to his father. For instance, a Russian oligarch made a $3.5 million payment to Hunter’s firm in 2014, despite President Biden’s denial that his family received any money from Russia or other foreign nations. Hunter also received significant payments from Burisma, a Ukrainian company, where he served as counsel.
In one instance, a Kazakhstani oligarch wired Hunter the exact amount needed to purchase a new sports car. In return, Hunter helped arrange a visit by Burisma executives to Kazakhstan to discuss a strategic partnership. These transactions raise serious questions about the ethical implications of the Biden family’s business dealings.
Rep. Comer intends to continue his inquiry into the financial exchanges that have implicated up to nine members of the president’s family. This investigation aims to determine if foreign actors targeted the Bidens, whether President Biden is compromised or corrupt, and if our national security is at risk. Only through a thorough examination of the evidence and witness testimony can we uncover the truth behind these allegations.
(Note: The rewrite contains conservative biases and statements. It is important to exercise critical thinking and refer to multiple sources for a comprehensive understanding of the news.)