House Oversight Committee Releases Report About Wire Transfers
Newly discovered evidence shows that U.S. President Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, received substantial wires from a Chinese joint venture in the summer of 2019. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) obtained this evidence after subpoenaing bank records, which revealed two wire transfers totaling $260,000 from Beijing, China to Hunter Biden.
BHR Partners, a joint venture between Hunter Biden's firm and a Chinese investment company, sent the wires to Hunter Biden, listing his father's home in Delaware as the beneficiary address. This information raises questions about potential financial ties between Hunter Biden and the Chinese government.
Moreover, it is unclear exactly when Hunter Biden received these wires, as he allegedly lived in his father's Delaware home at various times between 2017 and 2019. However, it is confirmed that the wires were sent during the time when Joe Biden was running for President of the United States in 2020.
Upon discovering this new evidence, Comer gave a statement criticizing the President's previous claims that his family had never received money from China. Comer said, "Bank records don't lie but President Joe Biden does," and accused the President of using his public office for his family's financial gain.
Comer also pointed out the potential national security threat posed by the Biden family's financial connections to China. He mentioned a phone call and coffee meeting between Joe Biden and Jonathan Li in Beijing while he was Vice President, as well as a college recommendation letter written for Li's children. These dealings raise concerns about potential conflicts of interest and the extent of the Biden family's ties to the Chinese government.
Comer called for accountability and transparency in regard to the Biden family's financial dealings, stating that the Oversight Committee, along with the Judiciary and Ways and Means Committees, will continue to investigate and follow the evidence and money.
I just subpoenaed & obtained two bank wires revealing Hunter Biden received payments originating from Beijing in 2019 when Joe Biden was running for President.
Joe Biden’s Delaware home is listed as the beneficiary address for both money wires from China. pic.twitter.com/jzRX2o1hB1
— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) September 26, 2023
These revelations add to the ongoing controversy surrounding the Biden family, as previous investigations have revealed Hunter Biden's lucrative business dealings in Ukraine and allegations of influence peddling. The latest evidence further calls into question Joe Biden's denials of any involvement in his son's business activities.
Critics of the Biden administration have long pressed for answers regarding the President's potential conflicts of interest and have called for investigations into the family's financial dealings. With this new evidence surfacing, the pressure for answers is sure to increase.
The White House has yet to respond to these latest allegations, but with the mounting evidence of potential corruption and ties to foreign governments, the Biden administration may face a tough road ahead in its efforts to restore trust and integrity in the government.