Comer Says Dozens of Subpoenas Imminent in Biden Investigation
Rep. Comer (R-KY), the House Oversight Chairman, is dialed in on Joe Biden right now.
He has dropped quite a few bombshells over the last few weeks, most notably the reports of payments made from James Biden to Joe Biden of $240,000.
He dropped another one this weekend, promising about two dozen subpoenas to hit very soon.
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A lot of ears went up when the payment from James to Joe Biden for $200,000 was spotted.
Then another payment of $40,000 was found, both of which had been marked as “loan repayment.”
However, there was no proof of Joe Biden having ever provided James Biden with the loan, and Joe Biden, to this point, has refused to cooperate.
Now Comer is willing to take it a step further, stating, "I think you're gonna see swift action on Biden and I would predict somewhere around two dozen subpoenas in the very near future.”
The fun on this front has already started, with Rep. Jordan (R-OH) calling in Special Counsel David Weiss to testify before the House Judiciary Committee.
Weiss is the special counsel investigating Hunter Biden.
Comer added, "This has been a painful process, Maria. We've been obstructed. We've been followed at every turn, not just by the Bidens' big money attorneys, but also by the federal government. The IRS is obstructed. The DOJ is obstructed. The Treasury has obstructed. FBI has obstructed, and the Democrats on the House Oversight Committee have pretty much been the Biden legal defense team.”
As I noted in other reports, Joe Biden could end all this speculation by providing proof that these were actually loans. He could do this by providing an agreement between himself and his brother, but the key piece of information he would have to show is the initial payments made to James.
Now, Biden could easily fake the loan agreement, but the paper trail for the alleged loan payment would have to be a canceled check or wire, which would have been documented on a bank statement.
I will go out on a limb and say that documentation does not exist.