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 September 22, 2023

James Comer announces he has access to unredacted emails from Joe Biden's days as Vice President

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer was given access to unredacted emails from then-Vice President Biden, the Washington Examiner reported. The Kentucky Republican is currently conducting an impeachment inquiry into the president's conduct.

The National Archives and Records Administration turned over the emails as House Republicans probe the link between Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, and his shady business dealings with foreign entities. A source close to the matter said that there's no evidence of a business connection between father and son with the 14 emails reviewed.

They mostly contain mundane things like details of family gatherings for the Bidens. There's also an email where the Ukrainians expressed admiration for Beau Biden, Joe Biden's other son who has since died of cancer.

Another email said that women Georgian women found Joe Biden to be "sexy" in 2009. "Must-read email below," Tony Blinken said in a forward of that email that included Joe Biden and his two sons with this breaking news.

Comer was not at all satisfied with what he's been given so far. "The National Archives has only produced 14 pages of what is expected to be thousands of pages if the Biden White House doesn’t try to withhold them from Congress," the House Oversight Committee told the Washington Examiner.

"It’s silly for anyone to try to draw conclusions from 14 pages of documents that the White House cleared to give to Congress, especially when it contains an email that opines on foreign nationals thinking Joe Biden is sexy. These are the emails Joe Biden wants Americans to see," they added.

"The Oversight Committee will continue to follow the money and evidence to hold President Biden accountable for his abuse of public office." Even without a smoking gun, there's enough of a breadcrumb trail out there already.

An email sent on June 14, 2016, indicated that Joe Biden, who was vice president at the time, would be meeting with the prime minister of Ukraine. This was less than a month after he was copied with Hunter Biden on an email to schedule a call with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.

Comer contends that this email was meant as a signal from Joe Biden to Hunter Biden that he had a hand in ousting the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company where Hunter Biden served on the board. That incident is clear evidence that the Bidens worked together to pull the strings in Ukraine to their advantage.

Although the prosecutor was already fired before that email, Comer is after other indications that Hunter Biden was closely associated with his father's political responsibilities. Comer has requested emails about the younger Biden's use of Marine Two and Air Force Two as well as the times he was given the executive calendar during his father's presidency.

The Kentucky Republican believes this is all "pretty damaging evidence," but it remains to be seen whether it will move the needle in the investigation. However, the most damning evidence against the Biden family's corruption comes from an FBI whistleblower, Fox News reported.

A confidential source at the FBI disclosed the fact that Joe and Hunter Biden each allegedly received $5 million in bribes from a Burisma executive. This was at a time when Hunter Biden was being paid to be on the company's board.

If true, this all but proves the Bidens engaged in influence peddling during Joe Biden's time as vice president. Moreover, it blows up the lie that Joe Biden had no ties to his son's business dealings.

Even if nothing comes of these emails, there are enough other avenues to pursue against Joe Biden and his corrupt family. The only question is whether Republicans have the will to do so.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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