House chairman urges DOJ to delay Hunter Biden indictment until he releases new evidence Wednesday
“This thing is much bigger than anyone would have ever predicted, and it all points towards Joe Biden,” James Comer says.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee declared Sunday that he has uncovered banks records documenting a pay-to-play bribery scheme involving the Biden family, and he urged the Justice Department to delay any indictment of Hunter Biden until he releases the evidence on Wednesday.
“My message to the Department of Justice is very loud and clear. Do not indict Hunter Biden before Wednesday," Rep. James Comer told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo.
“We believe there are a whole lot of tips that the IRS and the DOJ don't know about because we don't believe they've done a whole lot of digging in this, and we have,” he added.
President Joe Biden, and his son Hunter have both vehemently denied any wrongdoing, and the president has insisted he had nothing to do with his son’s business deals. But that claim is coming under increasing doubt as more and more evidence emerges about policy decisions that benefited his son.
In addition, Comer revealed last week that an FBI whistleblower filed a confidential human source report in summer 2020 alleging a pay-to-play bribery scheme that directly involved Joe Biden. He has subpoenaed that document.
Comer, R-Ky., said he believes payments were routed to a web of limited liability corporations “in exchange for something that then-Vice President Biden and now President Biden would have done. So this whistleblower is going to provide some very crucial information to our investigation.”
“More and more evidence is pointing towards Joe Biden," Comer said. "Obviously, Joe Biden was involved in all this despite the fact that he lied to the American people, despite the fact that his press secretary continues to lie about it.”
The chairman said the report he will release on Wednesday will show the Biden family received money from many more countries than previously known and that the number of family members who benefitted is much larger.
“We're going to produce an additional five Biden family members, more countries, more LLCs, more bank accounts," he explained. "This thing is much bigger than anyone would have ever predicted, and it all points towards Joe Biden."
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