House Republicans on Wednesday morning unveiled new bank records showing that the Biden family has been profiting from a corrupt foreign influence scheme since Joe Biden’s time as vice president.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) announced the alarming new findings.
COMER: “The bank records show the Biden family, their associates, and their companies received over $10 million from foreign nationals and their companies.” pic.twitter.com/H2lJXWZmQk
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 10, 2023
“The committee has reviewed thousands of bank records from individuals and companies affiliated with the Bidens and their associates,” Comer said. “It has received these bank records pursuant to four subpoenas I’ve issued to different banks. These were targeted and specific subpoenas, and each was different based on the information we believed the banks possessed. Every one of those subpoenas returned valuable information that had been unreported and that contributed to this committee’s understanding of how the Biden’s conducted their businesses.”
“The committee is concerned by the complicated suspicious network of over 20 companies,” he continued. “We have in identified the Bidens and their associates used to enrich themselves. Most of these companies were limited liability companies formed during Joe Biden’s vice presidency.”
“The bank records show the Biden family, their associates, and their companies received over 10 million from foreign nationals and their companies,” he went on. “Some of that money came from a Chinese company and went to Hunter Biden’s company. Other transfers occurred with the help of Rob Walker, who then sent it onto different Biden family members. This is not how lawful businesses operate.”
“Chinese nationals affiliated with the Bidens, created limited liability companies in the United States, and then in a short period of time transferred their interest to a Chinese company that sent money to the Bidens,” Comer said. “This is not normal. Hunter Biden and his associates courted business in countries that correlated directly with Joe Biden’s work as vice president.”
Rep. @JamesComer: "President Biden has claimed since the 2020 election that his family has not received money from China. That was a lie in 2020 — and he continues to lie to the American people now." pic.twitter.com/R3MyqyvnFY
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“Instead of being with honest with the American people, President Biden has claimed since the 2020 election that his family has not received money from China,” Comer said. “That was a lie in 2020, and he continues to lie to the American people. Now, the Bidens have received millions of dollars from China. It is inconceivable that the president did not know it. The White House refuses to correct the president’s statements showing the President is now using the federal government to run interference for his families and his own role in these schemes.”
.@RepJamesComer: Biden received more than a million dollars from a Romanian official convicted of corruption; "in fact, the money stops flowing from the Romanian national soon after Joe Biden leaves the vice presidency." pic.twitter.com/f3TC4OYhu4
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 10, 2023
The House Republicans are also issuing a new round of bank subpoenas to uncover more information about the Biden family’s suspect finances.
BREAKING: House Oversight Committee is issuing new round of subpoenas to four banks to obtain more specific information concerning suspicious Chinese funds that flowed through the accounts of Hunter Biden, Jimmy Biden, Sara Biden and Rob Walker, among others
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) May 10, 2023
Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) describes the Biden family’s influence-peddling scheme, the web of shell companies, and the millions that poured in from foreign nations while Joe Biden was Vice President.
Rep. Byron Donalds describes the Biden family's influence-peddling scheme, the web of shell companies, and the millions that poured in from foreign nations while Joe Biden was Vice President:
"The Biden's associates created at least 16 companies while Joe Biden was Vice… pic.twitter.com/xHOfpXFNxA
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“The Biden’s associates created at least 16 companies while Joe Biden was Vice President,” he said. “Now, the list is 20, and as we continue our investigation, that list is growing. To serve what purpose? And the purpose of all these companies being created is to conceal money that the Biden family has been gaining because Joe Biden has been sitting at the upper echelon of our politics for almost five decades…”
“Here’s an example of what I mean, you have Rosemont Seneca Partners, Rosemont Seneca Advisers, Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners, RSP Holdings, RSTP II Alpha, RSTP II Bravo, Rosemont Seneca Thorton, Rosemont Seneca Bohai, and the list goes on,” he said. “Cycling through this many companies serves no purpose… The only logical conclusion of a financial professional is that you are concealing money from either the IRS, credit agencies, or from other people in general.”
“It’s interesting that the Department of Justice has been investigating Hunter Biden for quite some time, and we seem to never get anywhere,” he went on. “I wonder what’s going on at the Department of Justice. The bottom line is there is no real business here. None. Many in this room wanted to go down all the various schemes our colleagues from the other side of the aisle accused the former president of. To be very clear, the former president actually had a business.”
“A very big business and legitimate business that everybody in this room clearly knows and can point to,” he said. “Joe Biden has no business except for his position in politics, and it is the requirement of this committee to investigate that. We are going to continue to do that, and we are going to let the facts speak for themselves.”
Comer has set a noon deadline for the FBI to deliver an informant file alleging that Joe Biden took bribes while he was Vice President.
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