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GOP Predicts Biden Business Received $50 Million, $30 Million More Than Expected

Republican lawmakers recently predicted that their investigation into the Biden family could prove that the Biden business grossed more than $50 million, about $30 million more than bank records show so far.

“Based on the evidence that I’ve seen so far, I think the number we’re talking about here is going to be north of $50 million,” Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) said on Fox News.

Throughout the investigation, the House Oversight Committee released several tranches of bank records from Biden’s businesses. These show that the Biden company received at least $20 million from business projects in Romania, China, Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. In total, nine members of the Biden family received payments from foreign family businesses, including two of Joe Biden’s grandchildren.

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“This will go down as one of the most politically corrupt presidents and families in American history,” Mace added. “And we have to show it and prove it to the American people. We have to show them everything we have.

Speaking to Fox News’ Sean Hannity, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) supported Mace’s $50 million prediction. “Do you think this figure is realistic and correct? » asked Hannity.

“I think it’s realistic,” Comer responded, noting that the committee has yet to uncover the personal bank records of Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother, who secretly negotiated a $140 million settlement. dollars in 2012 between a U.S. company and the Saudi government because of its relationship with then-Vice President Joe Biden, court documents revealed.

“We haven’t gotten to Jim Biden yet,” Comer said. “The subpoena regarding Jim Biden’s personal bank records will be the first crack at Jim Biden. Remember, Jim Biden didn’t leave a laptop lying around, so it wasn’t as easy to track his transactions.”

Comer intends to subpoena Hunter and James Biden for their personal and business banking records as early as this week, a committee spokesperson told Breitbart News. Comer did not issue a subpoena sooner because the committee insisted on restraint to “demonstrate good faith.”

Hunter Biden rejected the committee’s request in February for bank records and communications, saying the requests lacked “legislative basis and legitimate oversight” to request relevant information.

“We believe this was a highly organized crime network because of the way the money was disbursed through limited liability companies and shell companies and the way the money was disbursed through the various Biden members,” Comer told Hannity.

“Joe Biden was very involved in this,” Comer added. “He knew what the family was doing.”

Meanwhile, the White House, Democrats and their allied media outlets are pushing outright disinformation by claiming there is “no evidence” to support an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

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“I can tell you that Hunter did not share his belongings with his father,” Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, told CNN. “I can tell you he didn’t share money from his businesses with his father. And as the evidence proves, his father, like all good parents, tried to help Hunter when Hunter needed that help.

The statement from Lowell, a new member of Hunter Biden’s defense team, constitutes a dramatic narrative shift in Biden world. Joe Biden and his team previously claimed that he “never discussed” business with Hunter Biden and that he “was not in business with his son.”

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Follow Wendell Husebø on Twitter @WendellHusebo. He is the author of Politics of slave morality.


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