Very Shady New Development In Biden’s Investigation

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On Wednesday, House Oversight Committee Republicans released a 36-page memo with allegations about the Biden family being paid millions of dollars from Chinese and Romanian companies during Joe Biden’s time as vice President during the Obama administration. The memo, which was obtained by Newsweek, included images with redacted information coming from different bank accounts that allegedly belong to different members of the Biden family. The memo also provides details about how the bank accounts are not only linked to Hunter Biden, President Biden’s son but also to a number of other Biden family members.

Representative James Comer, the committee’s chairman, accused Biden of having used his position in order to gain favors and money from foreign governments in exchange for influencing U.S. foreign policy. According to the so-far released documents, there is no evidence about President Biden ever being directly involved in these schemes, despite the intricate web of payments.

On Sunday, Comer, a Republican, also admitted that they had lost a key witness in the investigation relating to the Biden family’s alleged bribery scheme. As he told Fox News’s “Sunday Morning Futures” host Maria Bartiromo, currently they had no way of tracking the informant who is someone that the whistleblower knows.

He proceeded to state that the informant was “in the spy business” which is why they have a habit of not being visible at all times. In the meantime, the committee currently has basic information relating to the accusations brought forth by the informant which are quite serious. According to the allegations during Biden’s time as vice president, he was a part of a “quid pro quo with a foreign country in exchange for foreign aid.”