Biden White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre denied allegations that Joe Biden had, in the past, communicated with the foreign business associates of his son, Hunter Biden, despite House Republicans’ investigation into the matter, which has brought numerous alleged dirty dealings to light.
“So, I’ve been asked this question a million times,” Jean-Pierre stated this week while fielding questions from the press.
She continued, “The answer is not going to change. The answer remains the same. The president was never in business with his son. I just don’t have anything else to add.”
Despite Jean-Pierre’s deflection, new information shared by the House Oversight Committee has revealed that Joe Biden was reportedly on speakerphone during Hunter’s meetings with overseas business associates to the tune of two dozen times, per the New York Post.
More disturbingly, if these allegations are true, this would mean that Joe Biden was sitting in on these calls while he was serving in the office of vice presidency.
On Monday evening, Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., announced that GOP Republicans were preparing to launch an impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden in the wake of emerging information at the behest of IRS whistleblower testimony and the FBI’s unclassified FD-1023 form.
McCarthy explained on Fox News that Biden had “used something we have not seen since Richard Nixon – used the weaponization of government to benefit his family and deny Congress the ability to have the oversight.”
This week, Hunter Biden’s former business associate, Devon Archer, is expected to testify before the House Oversight Committee regarding his knowledge of Hunter’s business relationship with Burisma and several Burisma executives.
Burisma is a foreign Ukrainian energy company that was closely associated with Hunter Biden. According to Oversight Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., SARs and bank records have uncovered more than 20 shell companies that the Bidens created primarily during Joe’s two terms as vice president.
These shell companies allegedly received more than $10 million from foreign nationals and related companies.