Rep. James Comer, the chair of the House Oversight Committee, recently revealed during an interview on NewsmaxTV that he possesses additional evidence concerning Hunter Biden, which he intends to make public soon. This disclosure follows the emergence of whistleblower allegations against the Biden family. Comer shared this information while discussing Attorney General Merrick Garland’s denial of the allegations made by two IRS whistleblowers regarding the obstruction of the Hunter Biden investigation.
Garland had asserted that Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss had complete authority to conduct the investigation into Hunter Biden as he deemed appropriate. However, whistleblower Gary Shapley, an IRS agent, testified that Weiss indicated he did not have the final say on whether charges against Hunter Biden would be filed. Shapley claimed that Weiss expressed his intention to press charges in Washington, D.C., but was prevented from doing so by the Biden-appointed D.C. U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves.
Expressing his dissatisfaction, Comer criticized Garland for deceiving the American people and damaging the reputation of the Justice Department. He called for Garland’s resignation, emphasizing that the attorney general cannot defend his actions by claiming equal treatment of Democrats and Republicans when it comes to investigating the president’s son.
Comer further revealed that more evidence is forthcoming. He mentioned that they have received bank records showing potential financial transactions from multiple countries. While China and Romania have already been disclosed, Comer suggested that there are more Chinese transactions that have not yet been revealed to the public.
Highlighting the ongoing investigation, Comer stressed that the Biden family, including the president himself, has received substantial sums of money from foreign adversaries. He argued that these transactions remain unexplained, leaving unanswered questions about how the money was obtained.
In addition to Comer’s revelations, last month, the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability released new evidence discovered during their investigation into the Biden family’s involvement in influence peddling and questionable business deals. These records exposed significant financial transfers from foreign nationals, concealed through a complex network of business entities established by Biden family members.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy also weighed in on the matter, suggesting that if Shapley’s allegations against Garland are verified, the House GOP could initiate an impeachment inquiry against the Attorney General. This stance aligns with the conservative perspective, emphasizing the need for accountability and transparency regarding the allegations against the Biden family and their potential impact on the Department of Justice.