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Biden Family Gets Devastating News


Is justice finally being served?

The House Oversight and Accountability Committee has scheduled its inaugural hearing for the impeachment inquiry into President Biden on September 28th. Concurrently, they have disclosed plans to issue subpoenas for the bank records of Hunter, the President’s son, as early as this week.

According to The Hill, a spokesperson from the House Oversight committee stated, “The hearing’s primary focus will revolve around constitutional and legal aspects pertaining to the President’s alleged involvement in corruption and the misuse of his public office.”

When questioned about whether the hearing would unveil fresh evidence, Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) indicated that the hearing is not anticipated to unveil new revelations. He also took a swipe at the media, remarking, “Well, I think that some of you need to refresh your memory on the existing evidence, so we’ll probably revisit some of that, if only to help educate the Washington, D.C. press corps.”

Despite Comer’s assertion that he believes President Biden received a bribe in connection with his activities in Ukraine while serving as vice president, the Republican party has yet to uncover substantial evidence to substantiate these claims.

The absence of new evidence in the upcoming hearing is certain to be a point of contention for Democrats, who argue that the committee has failed to establish a connection between President Biden and any wrongdoing.


The committee has additionally announced its intention to subpoena the bank records of James Biden, the President’s brother, along with those of Hunter.

The core of the GOP’s allegations centers on President Biden’s efforts to remove what the U.S. considered a corrupt Ukrainian prosecutor in exchange for U.S. aid. Republicans have contended that then-Vice President Biden accepted a $5 million bribe in return for assisting in the dismissal of Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma, a Ukrainian gas company where Hunter served on the board.

It is worth noting that President Biden’s actions aligned with the recommendations of other world leaders at the time. Emails among State Department officials from that period indicate that Shokin’s failure to address corruption within his own country prompted the push for his removal.

The claim of a $5 million bribe, however, remains unverified and was provided by a confidential source to the FBI, which considered the source credible but could not corroborate the tip. The source had reported a conversation with Mykola Zlochevsky, the head of Burisma, and noted that exaggeration and boasting about influencing politicians were commonplace among Ukrainian businessmen.

Comer asserted on Tuesday that he views Hunter’s bank records as a crucial avenue to advance their investigation, remarking, “The reason we need those bank records is apparent to every American. They can either provide them voluntarily, or we’ll seek them through legal channels.”