Comer issues SIX subpoenas targeting DHS and Secret Service

by Summer Lane

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House Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., has issued six subpoenas this week related to the ongoing congressional investigation into the alleged coverup and misconduct of federal agencies regarding a criminal probe into the affairs of Hunter Biden.

According to the committee, Comer has subpoenaed U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, as well as DHS and Secret Service employees, after an alleged obstruction in an investigation into Hunter Biden.

In an official release, the committee revealed:

“Chairman Comer’s subpoenas compel DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to provide all documents and communications regarding the Biden transition team being tipped off about the planned Hunter Biden interview in December 2020; all documents and communications related to Congress’s request; and depositions with DHS and Secret Service employees involved with providing the response to Congress.”

They claimed, “The Department of Justice initiated the Biden family coverup and now DHS under the leadership of Secretary Mayorkas is complicit in it. Investigators were never able to interview Hunter Biden during the criminal investigation because Secret Service Headquarters and the Biden transition team were tipped off about the planned interview.”

This newest move from the Oversight Committee comes in the wake of months of investigative work by House Republicans who have been looking into allegations and reports of potentially illegal activity in foreign business at the behest of Hunter and Joe Biden.

For example, RSBN recently reported that Chairman Comer claimed that then-Vice President Joe Biden allegedly abused his position by allowing Hunter to travel with him overseas.

Recent reporting indicates that, as VP, Joe Biden abused Air Force Two by allowing his son Hunter to tag along to AT LEAST 15 COUNTRIES to sell ‘The Brand’ to enrich the Biden family,” the Oversight Committee stated.

The six subpoenas that have been sent this week require the DHS to produce “documents and communications” about their request for more information regarding the alleged obstruction, as well as three depositions with DHS employees. An additional two subpoenas require two depositions with Secret Service employees.

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