The Oversight Committee will continue to investigate Biden


House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) vowed Tuesday that the committee will continue to investigate President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden, despite the “plea of ​​affection” announced.

In his statement:

Let’s be clear: The Justice Department’s charges against President Biden’s son, Hunter, represent two levels of justice. Hunter Biden gets a slap on the wrist when the House Oversight Committee gathers evidence that found the Bidens engaged in bribery, influence-peddling and possibly kickbacks. wine. These allegations against Hunter Biden and the love affair will not affect the Oversight Committee’s investigation. We will not rest until it is clear how much President Biden is involved in the family’s plans.

Biden Jr., 53, agreed to plead guilty Tuesday to two federal tax offenses and one count of violating gun laws, Breitbart News’ Joel Pollack reported.

He agreed to plead guilty to not paying federal income taxes — primarily on his foreign earnings — and entered a “pretrial diversion program” related to his firearms convictions, saying he would not serve prison time. .

A plea deal could involve Hunter Biden admitting to a misdemeanor that could get him out of prison and avoid a trial. President Biden can waive any criminal charges and pardon his son at any time.

The plea deal comes just weeks after the Justice Department indicted former President Donald Trump on 37 felony counts related to the alleged handling of classified documents, which has sent him to prison for up to 400 years.

The Oversight Committee recently unsealed a document recalling a June 2020 conversation with an FBI informant in which the then-CEO of a Ukrainian natural gas company, Mykola Zlochevsky, said he paid Joe and Hunter Biden $5 million each to help investigate corruption and other matters. around 2015 and 2016.

This was when Biden was in charge of Ukraine as vice president at the time, and Hunter took an $80,000-a-month job at Burisma Council. despite the lack of experience using natural gas. The informant told the FBI that Zlochevsky had 17 audio recordings of phone conversations with the Bidens — 15 with Hunter Biden and two with Joe Biden.

The committee also found 20 companies that transferred money from foreign entities to nine members of the Biden family.

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