House Oversight Chair Comer says he expects Hunter Biden to face between 6 to 10 criminal referrals
Referrals Hunter Biden could face include violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act and the Mann Act.
House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) said he plans to file "between six and 10 criminal referrals" against Hunter Biden once the committee finishes its investigation.
One of the charges would include illegally transporting women across state lines for prostitution, according to the New York Post.
"The Democrats kept saying, 'Oh, we don't have any evidence. You don't have any evidence.' Well, [Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene] showed them evidence," Comer said during an interview with Fox Business.
During her questioning of the IRS whistleblowers on Wednesday, Greene displayed sexually graphic images printed on posters and asked questions that involved allegations about whether or not Hunter used his company to write up expenses for prostitutes.
"She showed them evidence of the president's son committing a crime, violating the Mann Act," Comer said. "She showed the plane tickets, she showed the pictures, she showed the evidence. You know, there's no question he violated it. That's another thing that he could have been charged with."
Comer added that other referrals the first son could face include violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act.
"He was money laundering," Comer said. "He was racketeering. He committed wire fraud. He violated the Mann Act. The list goes on and on and on."