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 September 14, 2023

Kevin McCarthy details the upcoming impeachment investigation against Joe Biden in letter

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) penned a letter Tuesday detailing the impeachment investigation against President Joe Biden, Breitbart reported. House Republicans will investigate the president's involvement in shady foreign business deals and possible bribery.

Biden has always maintained that he had no involvement in the business affairs of his son, Hunter Biden, who is embroiled in his own legal woes. However, several sources have made it clear that it's just not true.

McCarthy has promised to get to the bottom of the issue through an impeachment inquiry. He said the proceedings will be steered by "Chairman James Comer of the Oversight and Accountability Committee, in coordination with Chairman Jim Jordan of the Judiciary Committee and Chairman Jason Smith of the Ways and Means Committee" in the letter.

"Through our investigations, we have found that President Biden lied to the American people about knowledge of his family’s foreign business dealings," McCarthy wrote. "Eyewitness testimony revealed that the President joined multiple phone calls and had various interactions with his son’s business partners."

One of those partners is Devon Archer, who is under investigation for fraud. McCarthy recounted that Archer claims, "Joe Biden spoke or met with Hunter Biden’s business associates around 20 times, and that after meeting with President Biden, foreign nationals sent Hunter Biden millions of dollars, and bought him a Porsche."

There is also a paper trail showing the Bidens' scheme to hide their allegedly ill-gotten gains. "Bank records show that nearly $20 million in payments were directed to Biden family members and associates through numerous shell companies," McCarthy pointed out.

"The Treasury Department has more than 150 transactions involving the Biden family and their business associates that were flagged as ‘suspicious activity’ by U.S. banks." Other government agencies have also provided proof of corruption.

"A trusted FBI informant provided information about alleged bribes to the Biden family," the House Speaker noted. "There is also evidence that Biden used his official office to coordinate with Hunter Biden’s business partner about Hunter’s role in Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company."

McCarthy slammed the Department of Justice, which looked into Hunter Biden's corruption and came up with a "sweetheart deal" that would have let him off the hook for serious crimes. The deal fell apart after a judge scrutinized the terms that were shockingly advantageous to the president's son.

The deal had stipulated that despite the serious charges he was facing, Hunter Biden would be spared jail time. The younger Biden had agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor for failure to pay his federal income tax and would enter a diversion program for the gun violation.

However, the judge rejected the plea on the basis that Hunter Biden would only receive a slap on the wrist for a felony charge. Efforts to strike a new deal have failed now that all eyes are on the case as court filings point out that both sides have reached an "impasse."

It's likely that Hunter Biden will have to face trial and that it will be moved from his home state of Delaware. The details of the deal have also brought to light the preferential treatment the Bidens have received, which McCarthy promises to rectify.

"House Republicans are committed to getting answers and finding the truth – nothing more, nothing less," McCarthy's letter concluded. "We will go wherever the evidence takes us."

The more information that comes to light, the more apparent it is that the Biden family is corrupt. Now it's up to House Republicans to do something about it.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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