(USNewsMag.com) – The nine members of the Biden family allegedly involved in the influence peddling scheme could have received more than $40 million, according to the House Oversight Committee Chairman and Kentucky Rep. James Comer.
Comer stated that “six specific policy decisions” that were made by President Joe Biden have been identified by the panel, an indication that he may have been “compromised.” Four of the six decisions were made since he was elected as president, according to Comer, with the panel unable to determine why else the policy decisions were made. Comer made reference to policy changes involving China as well as energy policy decisions that have been made since Biden was elected.
Comer called the alleged scheme “organized crime.”
Banking statements as well as suspicious activity reports have been received by the panel which provide details on “more bank accounts, more shell companies” as well as more members of the Biden family potentially involved in the alleged scheme to peddle influence with foreign nationals. Comer stated the panel is trying to solve what he referred to as a “puzzle” of how much money was taken by the Bidens, as well as the “role Joe Biden” had in the alleged scheme.
When the investigation into the Biden family is complete, Comer expects it will show that the family made “at least $17 million” from foreign nationals, with transactions totaling more than $40 million.
According to the IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, Hunter Biden did not pay his 2017 and 2018 tax bill of more than $1.2 million. Shapley also stated Hunter Biden had unreported income from 2014.
Hunter Biden, his wife Melissa Cohen Biden, his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, the widow of Joe Biden’s late son Beau, Hallie Biden, as well as Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden and his wife Sara, have all allegedly received income according to Comer.
As part of its investigation, the House Oversight Committee is continuing to bring people in for depositions.
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