Biden knows he’s corrupt and simply doesn’t care!
Shockingly, President Joe Biden responded with laughter to a question regarding his willingness to share his bank records with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a request made in anticipation of a possible impeachment inquiry related to allegations of bribery and influence peddling.
According to Newsmax, Amid a press gathering at FEMA headquarters in Washington, the 80-year-old president chuckled and remarked, “Hee-hee-hee, Let’s talk about why I’m here.“
As reported by the New York Post, President Biden had previously answered multiple unrelated questions about topics such as Overdose Awareness Day, the well-being of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and the potential for a partial government shutdown. However, he chose not to address the inquiry about his bank records.
Furthermore, he responded to a separate non-storm-related question concerning Chinese President Xi Jinping’s anticipated absence from the upcoming G-20 summit in India.
On August 8th, McCarthy expressed his desire for President Biden to provide his bank statements, aiming to determine if the president had personally benefited from his son’s international business ventures while serving as Vice President in the Obama administration.
Citing the president’s refusal to cooperate with several information requests, McCarthy asserted on Sunday that initiating an impeachment inquiry was a “logical progression” that would grant Congress the necessary legal authority to access all required information.
Emails retrieved from Hunter’s discarded laptop indicated his frustration with having to allocate a portion of his income to his father. Furthermore, in May, the House Oversight Committee identified nine members of the Biden family allegedly receiving payments from foreign entities.
The Oversight Committee’s requests have covered a wide range of records, including a demand for approximately 5,400 emails containing pseudonyms like “Robin Ware,” “Robert L. Peters,” and “JRB Ware,” aliases President Biden was known to use during his tenure as Vice President. Additionally, the committee seeks Air Force Two flight manifests to investigate whether President Biden misused the aircraft by allowing his son to travel internationally for business purposes, purportedly enriching the Biden family.
During recent congressional testimony, IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler claimed that Justice Department officials had obstructed their investigation into President Biden’s involvement in his son’s foreign business ventures, despite direct references to him in communications. Shapley provided the committee with a WhatsApp message from July 30, 2017, where Biden’s son mentioned being with his father and threatened a Chinese business associate if a deal didn’t materialize. Subsequently, $5.1 million was transferred from CEFC China Energy to accounts linked to Biden.
Furthermore, Shapley revealed that Delaware prosecutors involved in Hunter Biden’s rejected plea deal failed to inform the IRS team about a tip-off from Burisma owner Mykola Zlochevsky, who claimed he was coerced into paying Joe and Hunter $10 million in bribes in 2016, allegedly in exchange for the then-Vice President’s assistance in removing a prosecutor investigating corruption at the company.