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By Sarah May on
 August 25, 2023

Comer outlines 16 instances in which Biden lied about knowledge of son's business dealings

As congressional investigation of Biden family business dealings continues apace, House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) has just outlined 16 distinct instances in which he says President Joe Biden lied about his knowledge of the same, as Breitbart reports.

In a detailed press release issued by Comer's committee, the chairman outlines the voluminous untruths in which he says Biden has engaged on the matter, dating back to 2019.

The first falsehood emphasized by Comer took place on August 28, 2019, when then-candidate Joe Biden said, “First of all, I have never discussed with my son, or my brother, or anyone else, anything having to do with their businesses, period” and went on to pledge the creation of an “absolute wall between the personal and private, and the government” if elected to serve in the Oval Office.

The following month, Biden was asked directly if he had spoken to his son, Hunter Biden, about his overseas business affairs, and he replied, “I've never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings.”

It was not long, however, before journalists began to question Biden on the emergence of evidence that appeared to contradict those assertions, with a reporter asking in October of 2019, “There was a photo of you golfing with your son Hunter and his business partner Devon Archer. Do you stand by your statement that you did not discuss any of your son's overseas business dealings?”

Biden responded by saying, “Yes, I stand by that statement.”

Similar denials continued to flow not just from Biden's mouth, but also from those of eventual White House press secretaries Jen Psaki and Karine Jean-Pierre, despite a continued influx of evidence to the contrary.

As the press release noted, even though Biden said during an October 2020 presidential debate that his son had not made money in China and instead accusing then-President Donald Trump of having done so, the Oversight panel has since produced a memorandum detailing Biden family bank records establishing their receipt of millions from CCP-linked entities.

The panel's press release went on to outline numerous other ways in which Biden's ongoing denials have been strongly contradicted by evidence unearthed by its probe.

Comer also spoke about the compilation of Biden falsehoods during a recent appearance on Hannity, saying, “The evidence continues to mount and today we saw Joe Biden has lied to the American people. He knew exactly who his son was getting those millions and millions of dollars of wires from, he spoke to them, and he spoke to them often.”

“Every day this bribery scandal becomes more credible,” Comer continued. “I mean look at what Devon Archer testified...[he] said that Joe Biden was on the phone over 20 times with people, talking about whatever, even though the president denied that he [ever] spoke to any of these people.”

Spelling even more potential trouble for the Bidens, a Fox News Digital review recently revealed that Hunter Biden traveled to no fewer than 13 foreign countries with his dad while he was serving as vice president in the Obama administration – a number of trips far greater than was previously known.

Those sojourns to places such as Europe, Africa, Asia, and Mexico came during a time when Hunter Biden was known to have been pursuing – successfully in some cases – lucrative business deals now implicated in congressional probes.

The heat from Comer's probe is arguably being intensely felt by the Biden clan, as evidenced by the family's secretive, nine-day stay at a Lake Tahoe compound, a convergence that has raised eyebrows as the deluge of damning revelations shows no signs of slowing.

Written By:
Sarah May

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