House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer has revealed six more Biden family members may be involved in overseas business schemes; Comer stopped by Fox News and released a statement.
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“Thousands of pages of financial records related to the Biden family, their companies, and associates’ business schemes were made available to members of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, which confirm the importance of this investigation,” Comer said in a statement.
“The Biden family enterprise is centered on Joe Biden’s political career and connections, and it has generated an exorbitant amount of money for the Biden family. We’ve identified six additional members of Joe Biden’s family who may have benefited from the Biden family’s businesses that we are investigating, bringing the total number of those involved or benefiting to nine,” he said.
From The New York Post:
Last month, Comer announced his committee had found evidence that at least three Biden family members and two associates received payments that originated from China in 2017, fewer than two months after Joe Biden left office as Barack Obama’s vice president.
Bank records subpoenaed by the committee show that State Energy HK Limited, a firm affiliated with Chinese Communist Party-backed energy company CEFC China Energy, wired $3 million to Biden family associate Rob Walker in March 2017, who then divvied it up over a period of about three months, Comer said.
It appears that first son Hunter Biden received about $610,000 in payments as part of the 2017 deal, while first brother James Biden got roughly $360,000, and the president’s daughter-in-law, Hallie Biden, received $25,000.
The panel’s March memo also listed an “Unknown Biden” who received four payments in 2017 totaling $70,000.
On Monday, Comer did not provide any clues as to who the six new Biden family members identified by the committee were.
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