President Joe Biden has long denied any knowledge, whatsoever, of his son Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings, especially while the elder Biden was the vice president.
According to the Washington Examiner, Biden might want to rethink his stance on that, because more evidence has just emerged that suggests Biden was well aware of what his son was up to while he occupied the Eisenhower Executive Office Building under President Barack Obama.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY), the lawmaker leading the charge in a widespread investigation of the Biden family's foreign business schemes, said this week that Hunter Biden and his business partners at the time were in frequent contact with Obama's White House.
Comer has also concluded that President Biden "lied to the American people" regarding his proclaimed lack of 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.
He added: "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."
The Examiner noted:
The emails, as well as records on Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop that were reviewed by the Washington Examiner, show Hunter Biden's longtime business partner Eric Schwerin contacted top aides for Joe Biden to see if an associate could attend a 2010 State Department lunch with Chinese government officials.
Another instance was reported:
Other records show Hunter Biden initiated contact on June 3, 2020, with Alan Hoffman, Joe Biden's then-deputy chief of staff, and asked to "talk about Africa." Hoffman wrote back shortly after, "Always available for you," while Hunter Biden also later in the day contacted Anthony Bernal, a then-adviser for Jill Biden, in an email titled "Nairobi ideas."
Additional instances of Hunter Biden and/or his former business associates in contact with the White House were documented in the emails.
Comer told the Examiner: "The American people deserve answers, transparency, and accountability."
The Kentucky Republican also made headlines this week in announcing that he plans to hold FBI Director Christopher Wray in contempt for stonewalling subpoenaed requests for an FBI document that allegedly details a $5 million bribery scheme carried out by the Bidens with a foreign national.
The document was reported by a "highly credible" FBI informant.
If the document contains even half of what's speculated, President Biden could have a real problem with his 2024 election ambitions.
Only time will tell, but the next few months could turn very ugly for the Biden regime.