Ron Johnson requests documents from Biden, Archer's attorneys following bombshell Senate report
Senator has invited pair to appear before Congress as well.
The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook
Senator Ron Johnson has requested information from the attorneys of Hunter Biden and Devon Archer after a bombshell Congressional report on Wednesday revealed that the duo had received millions in cash transfers from foreign nationals.
A years-long investigation by the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs and Senate Finance Committees revealed on Wednesday that, among other arrangements that raised red flags among government officials, Biden had received a $3.5 million wire transfer from a Moscow politician's wife and Archer had received over $140,000 from a Kazakhstan businessman.
Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, told Just the News Editor-in-Chief John Solomon on Wednesday that Senate officials had reached out to attorneys representing the pair for further information regarding the revelations in the Senate report.
"We have sent an email to both Devon Archer and Hunter Biden's attorneys requesting information," Johnson said on the podcast John Solomon Reports.
The senator said that officials have also extended the two men "an opportunity to come in for a transcribed interview."
"From my standpoint, I think it's important for us to gather this information, you know, validate it, publish it," Johnson continued.
Just News, No Noise
- Lawmaker probing J6 security failures: 'People of interest’ may have withheld critical intel
- Doctored evidence? Democrat-led J6 panel added audio to silent security video for primetime hearings
- Recall of pro-Trump Republican National Committeeman for Oregon fails
- Watch: How Jan. 6 security footage was altered by Democrats to add provocative sound
- Texas governor says he wants to eliminate property taxes