House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) says that Republicans "have not stopped" and "will not stop" investigating the allegation that President Joe Biden and his family are corrupt.
McCarthy said as much during an appearance Saturday on Breitbart News Saturday.
McCarthy's appearance came after FBI Director Christopher Wray finally allowed members of Congress to view the FBI document that allegedly details a bribery scheme involving Biden and a foreign national.
Wray only did so after the House Oversight Committee threatened to hold him in contempt of Congress. And, it is also probably not a coincidence that Wray only granted Congress access to the document on the day that Biden's Department of Justice indicted President Donald Trump.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), one of the Congress members who has viewed the document, says that it contains an allegation that Biden and his son Hunter each received $5 million after Biden - back when he was vice president - got the Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating Burisma fired. Burisma is the Ukrainian energy company at which Hunter was working at the time, despite having no real qualifications to do so.
Significantly, the source of this information has been described by the FBI as "highly credible." In fact, the FBI has used this source for a number of years, going back to the Obama Administration.
Biden, thus far, has attempted to laugh off the allegation, smugly joking, "Where's the money."
Biden, though, sensing that this was not the best response, also hastened to call the allegation "malarky."
McCarthy, during his Breitbart appearance, spoke about this whole situation with the document.
McCarthy, during the interview, referred to the document as the "tip of the iceberg" with regard to Biden family corruption. McCarthy said that the document "gives us more information to follow and to go get more knowledge as we look through."
McCarthy, however, says that investigative efforts have been made more difficult by the Biden administration.
"We’ve had to fight every step of the way, and we had to uncover this," McCarthy said. "I mean, it’s almost like [U.S. Rep. James Comer [R-KY] Comer and [U.S. Rep.] Jim Jordan [R-OH] have been detectives, finding little clues and looking other directions, and the administration has been fighting us not to provide it."
Despite the obstruction, McCarthy says that Comer, Jordan, and his other fellow Republicans are poised to continue investigating the Biden family corruption allegation.
"I will tell you from Comer, from Jim Jordan: we have not stopped, and we will not stop," McCarthy said.