'Clinton Cash' Author Pitches Idea To GOP: Look At Biden's Offshore Accounts
The ongoing laptop crisis involving Hunter Biden, according to the head of the Government Accountability Institute, should encourage the incoming House GOP majority to probe more deeply into whether or not President Biden was involved in his son's overseas business transactions.
Peter Schweizer, author of "Secret Empires," "Clinton Cash" and "Red-Handed," told "Life, Liberty & Levin" that one thing incoming House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., and other GOP leaders should look into is the potential presence of offshore bank accounts in Biden family names.
"[W]e know also from the laptop that some of the funds that Hunter Biden received from overseas ended up benefiting Joe Biden — that Hunter Biden was paying his bills, repairs on his home, etc.," Schweizer said at one point during the interview. "There are also hints, by the way, that the Bidens had offshore bank accounts, which is, I think, something that the committee needs to look at when they start subpoenaing records."
Schweizer said the laptop saga is less a "Hunter Biden story" than one featuring his presidential father.
"It's a Joe Biden story," he said. "Just look at the commercial enterprise that Hunter Biden set up. It all revolved around his father's political power."
According to the author, the younger Biden established Rosemont Seneca in Georgetown, D.C., rather than a typical financial district location, such as Lower Manhattan.
"He set it up on Wisconsin Avenue, so he was very close to his father's vice presidential office in the White House and also the Naval Observatory where the vice presidential residence was," he said.
"Within a year of setting up this new firm, where Hunter Biden had no experience, he was meeting with the top finance people in China," Schweizer continued. "Two years after that, he signs a multi-billion-dollar private equity deal bankrolled by the Bank of China. The executives that made that happen at the Bank of China had actually met with Vice President Joe Biden about a year earlier."
"So Joe Biden, Hunter Biden and this corruption has been joined at the hip."
Later, Schweizer stated that the New York Post's blockbuster report, which essentially made the laptop story public in 2020, appeared to confirm his own independent research on Hunter Biden, which he had accumulated for books written prior to the newsbreak.
He went on to say that information discovered on the younger Biden's laptop, which had been left at a now-defunct Wilmington repair shop, revealed the identities of four Chinese merchants who conducted "a series of trades" totaling $31 million.
He went on to explain that the four people allegedly listed are or have been closely involved with the CCP's intelligence agency, which is currently in power.
"If you look at the background of those four people that made it happen for Hunter Biden and the Biden family in China, they all have links to the Ministry of State Security," Schweizer said.
"So this is not about just corruption, this is about compromise."
This!! This ALL DAY! Let's crack open the books and really see where the money leads.