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 June 8, 2023

Comer claims Hunter Biden emails prove Joe Biden 'lied' about financial connections.

According to a leading GOP investigator, newly disclosed emails between Hunter Biden and his business associates with the Obama White House cast further doubt on Joe Biden's claims that he was unaware of his son's business dealings.

According to emails recently disclosed by the National Archives to the conservative organization America First Legal, Hunter Biden, and his former business associates were in frequent contact with senior Obama administration aides while Joe Biden was vice president, as The Washington Examiner reported.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY), who is heading a comprehensive investigation into the Biden family, told the Washington Examiner that the emails demonstrate that Joe Biden repeatedly "lied to the American people when he said he had no knowledge of his son's business dealings."

"We know Hunter Biden’s business associates visited the White House numerous times during the Obama-Biden administration, and now-unearthed emails reveal Hunter Biden and his associates sought access to the White House and official government events," Comer said.

"The House Oversight Committee will continue to follow the Bidens' complex financial transactions to determine the extent of their influence peddling schemes to determine if President Biden is compromised and our national security is threatened."

Thursday, a smattering of Republican members of Congress expressed concern over the unearthed emails to the Washington Examiner, with Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) claiming that the "Biden family's corruption" is "far worse than Watergate."

The emails and records on Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop, which were reviewed by the Washington Examiner, indicate that Hunter Biden's longtime business partner Eric Schwerin contacted Joe Biden's top aides in 2010 to see if an associate could attend a lunch with Chinese government officials hosted by the State Department.

Other records indicate that Hunter Biden initiated contact with Alan Hoffman, Joe Biden's then-deputy chief of staff, on June 3, 2020, and requested to "talk about Africa."

Soon after, Hoffman responded, "Always available for you," and later that day, Hunter Biden contacted Anthony Bernal, a former advisor to Jill Biden, in an email titled "Nairobi ideas."

Hunter Biden traveled to South Africa as a Secret Service protectee in August 2010, according to a report by Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) titled "Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns."

Legislators told the Washington Examiner last week that newly released National Archives documents pertinent to Africa could aid Republican-led investigations into Hunter Biden's business dealings in the continent.

"The American people deserve answers, transparency, and accountability," Comer also told the Washington Examiner.

Comer announced on Monday that he will move forward with holding Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress for failing to comply with his subpoena for a document purportedly documenting a "bribery scheme involving a foreign national and Joe Biden when he served as vice president."

Early in the month of May, the chairman of the Oversight Committee joined up with Grassley to demand access to an FBI-generated FD-1023 form purportedly outlining the scheme. Monday, Comer and House Oversight Committee ranking member Jamie Raskin (D-MD) viewed a form with an alleged expiration date of June 30, 2020.

Bureau agents utilize FD-1023 forms to document unverified accounts from confidential human sources. According to multiple reports, the information was brought to the attention of Comer and Grassley by a "highly credible" and "at least several years" FBI informant.

Raskin asserted during a press conference on Monday that the Trump administration investigated the whistleblower's allegation and found "no grounds" to escalate it.

Written By:
Charlotte Tyler

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