Comer, MTG send a letter to investigate Hunter Biden for human trafficking

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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The House Oversight Committee announced that Chairman Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., are looking into the sexual exploitation of potentially trafficked women in connection to Hunter Biden. 

In a press release issued Tuesday, the House Oversight Committee noted that Comer and Greene are pressing the DOJ for information. 

This stated that the “DOJ appears to have ignored its own policies by only charging Hunter Biden with two misdemeanor tax charges. But more disturbing, the Committee is concerned DOJ disregarded the victims who were sexually exploited by Hunter Biden.”

The release continued, “Specifically, Congressional testimony indicates that Hunter Biden paid prostitutes—victims—and used such payments as tax expenses for one of his companies.”

During the House Oversight Committee hearing regarding the Biden family crimes last week, Greene displayed graphic sexual images which were discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop. She claims these images are evidence that he wrote off making pornography with women as a business expense, per RSBN.

The House Oversight Committee also tweeted Tuesday that Comer and Greene sent a letter about these issues to the National Human Trafficking Coordinator Hilary Azam and Director of the Office for Victims of Crimes Kristina Rose.  

The letter states, “The Department of Justice (DOJ) should uphold the rights of any victim who was sexually exploited by Robert Hunter Biden (Hunter Biden).”

It went on to detail evidence of unlawful sexual exploitation but a lack of prosecution. 

The letter also noted, “Additionally, the Committee seeks a briefing to discuss how DOJ has allocated and used funds and other expenditures related to the Crime Victim Find since 2021.”

The House Oversight Committee concluded in their initial tweet, “There must be equal justice under the law, even if your last name is ‘Biden.'”

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