Representative James Comer has finally received the suspicious activity reports (SARs) regarding the Biden clan, and, surprise, surprise, the SARs reveal a direct money trail between the Biden family and none other than the Chinese Communist Party.
When confronted with the facts, Biden baldly declared, “that’s not true,” which has now forced Comer to seek a semblance of the truth from other outlets.
Comer detailed rather obvious concerns in a letter to White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, which was obtained by Fox News Digital.
“The Committee is concerned about the national security implications of a President’s or Vice President’s immediate family receiving such lucrative financial deals form foreign nationals and foreign companies without any oversight,” Comer asserted.
“President Biden’s statement was misleading and dishonest … [the committee] received the bank documents from a financial institution pursuant to a subpoena,” Comer added pointedly.
And what a statement the Comer camp issued upon review of highly damaging suspicious activity reports (SARs), which provided quite a few gory details regarding the nefarious nature of Hunter Biden’s varied business dealings.
The committee issued a statement in mid-March regarding their findings, which were nothing short of damaging, to say the least.
“Subpoenaed financial records show that from 2015 to 2017, Biden family members – Hunter Biden, James Biden, Hallie Biden, and an unknown “Biden” – and their companies collectively received $1.3 million in payments from accounts related to Rob Walker, a Biden family associate,” the statement noted.
An “unknown” Biden. Rather humorous. Wonder who that could possibly be.
And, rather unsurprisingly, guess where that $1.3M originated from?
“Notably, on March 1, 2017, less than two months after Vice President Joe Biden left public office, State Energy HK Limited, a Chinese company, wired $3 million to Rob Walker’s company. The next day, the company wired $1,065,000 to a company associated with James Gilliar, another Biden family associate. Afterwards, the Biden family received approximately $1,065,000 in payments over a three-month period in different bank accounts,” the statement continued.
Well then. Biden’s refusal to shoot down a surveillance balloon becomes all the more logical, in light of these inconveniently surfaced wire transfers.
Needless to say, Peter Doocy of Fox News was quite keen on learning exactly why the Biden family received seven figures of payments from a Chinese energy company.
“House Oversight says they’ve got bank records showing a Chinese energy company paying three Biden family members through a third party. What were they paid for?”
Jean-Pierre delivered a typically dishonest response.
“Look, I’m just not going to respond to that from here … Look, we have heard from House Republicans for years, and years, and years the inaccuracies and lies when it comes to this issue,” she whined.
Really? That’s interesting … considering it was the media who ultimately admitted to lying over the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop.
Would this woman even recognize the truth if it smacked her in the face?
Which is precisely why she continued to double down on deception.
“I don’t even know where to begin to even answer that question because, again, it’s been lies, and lies, and inaccuracy for the past couple of years,” Jean-Pierre sniffed, “and I’m just not going to get into it from here.”
Translation: Jean-Pierre likely knows that they are all incredibly guilty of corruption, but like the fully compromised propagandist that she is, it is no surprise that she will happily continue to shill total lies in exchange for her Democrat-directed shillings.
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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