The House Oversight Committee has declared that they have found enough evidence of a Biden family money laundering scheme that they are just getting started.
Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., detailed how the Biden family received at least $10 million from foreign nationals through a potential money laundering scheme.
This was executed by Hunter Biden who opened 16 different business LLCs while Biden served as vice president, according to the committee. During that time, these businesses provided no services or operational functions.
These companies received wire transfers from Romanian and Chinese operatives and dispersed the funds to various Biden family members.
Comer declared, “This committee will not pursue witch hunts,” and expressed a focus on the facts and providing transparent information to the American people.
A press release containing the discussed information has been posted to the committee website detailing the main areas of concern which will be further investigated, and potentially prosecuted.
In addition, two bank record memorandums have been released, the first document of which exposes how Hallie Biden, James Biden, Hunter Biden, and a bank account belonging to an unknown Biden received suspicious payments through Robinson Waler LLC in Delaware.
The second document reveals that Biden lied when he denied knowing anything about his son’s “business dealing in Ukraine or China,” during his 2020 presidential campaign. The bank records obtained by the House Oversight Committee display proof that he knew what his son was doing and may have been involved as well.
Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., criticized the media and Democrats for ignoring this information, and Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., questioned why Hunter Biden has been under investigation for so long with no results.
Comer admitted when taking questions from the press that they “are in the beginning of this investigation,” and noted, “I think the American people understand that this stinks.”