Marjorie Taylor Greene displays sexually graphic images during whistleblower hearing
Ziegler confirmed that Hunter had listed a tax deduction for a payment to a golf club that the investigation determined to have in fact been a "sex club" but declined to elaborate.
Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Wednesday displayed sexually graphic images printed on posters during her questioning of IRS whistleblowers who have come forward with allegations that the Department of Justice stifled the investigation into first son Hunter Biden.
When it fell to Greene to question the pair, the conservative firebrand held up the images, supposedly recovered from Hunter Biden's laptop, which featured the first son and other individuals engaging in sexual acts, albeit with the other participants' identities censored.
Greene's line of questioning involved allegations that Hunter used his company to write up expenses for prostitutes. She also asked as to the Mann Act and legal questions relating to the transporting of women across state lines for prostitution.
Ziegler confirmed that Hunter had listed a tax deduction for a payment to a golf club that the investigation determined to have in fact been a "sex club" but did not confirm the other allegations. He did offer to later submit what information he had with respect to possible Mann Act violations to the Ways and Means Committee.
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