Oversight Committee releases timeline of ‘Biden family’s influence peddling schemes’

by Summer Lane

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The House Oversight Committee has released a visual timeline of the “Biden family’s influence peddling schemes” ahead of the anticipated whistleblower testimony that is set to be heard on Wednesday, July 19.

They wrote on Twitter, “Today, we are releasing a timeline of the Biden family’s influence peddling schemes. President Biden has repeatedly denied knowing anything about his family’s business dealings despite evidence to the contrary.”

The timeline begins in 2009, beginning with the Obama-Biden administration and extends to 2023. Important highlights on the timeline include alleged business dealings in Kazakhstan, Romania, and China (CEFC).

See the full timeline here:

Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., the chairman of the Oversight Committee, stated, “The timeline contains important dates as to when Joe Biden knew and lied to the American people about his family’s business actions.”

On Wednesday, IRS whistleblowers are scheduled to testify before the Oversight Committee, where they will share information related to the alleged “influence peddling schemes” of the Biden family.

Comer has previously stated that, based on the records and evidence that the committee has reviewed, “we know the Bidens set up over 20 shell companies, engaged in complicated financial transactions, & made an effort to hide the payments.”

Most importantly, perhaps, is Joe Biden’s emphatic denial that he knows anything about these alleged schemes. In fact, the Oversight Committee’s timeline pointed this out, noting that in 2023, Joe Biden was asked about his family members and whether they received money from his son’s (Hunter) business associates.

“That’s not true,” he responded, per the committee.

President Donald Trump has previously coined the phrase, “Biden Crime Family,” lambasting the potential corruption being exposed by House Republicans as “Watergate times 10.”

On Monday, the Oversight Committee revealed that they had conducted a transcribed interview with a former FBI supervisory special agent that was assigned to the FBI’s Wilmington office and the criminal investigation into Biden’s business dealings.

They shared:

“The agent CONFIRMED key portions of the IRS whistleblowers’ testimony, including that both Secret Service headquarters and the Biden transition team were TIPPED OFF about the planned Hunter Biden interview. In fact, on the day of the Hunter Biden interview, FEDERAL AGENTS WERE TOLD TO STAND BY AND TO NOT APPROACH HUNTER BIDEN— they had to wait for his call. As a result of the change in plans, IRS and FBI criminal investigators never got to interview Hunter Biden as part of the investigation.”

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