Rep. James Comer's (R-KY) recent subpoenas against Hunter Biden and James Biden show a new level of focus in the investigation against the Biden family.
New York Post columnist Amanda Devine noted that the moves made for an "aggressive" approach to the Oversight Committee's work.
Miranda Devine: Comer's subpoenas for Hunter and James Biden notching investigation to 'very aggressive level' https://t.co/M6zFdFCZof
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"I think this is the next phase. The subpoenas that James Comer signed last week and the requests for various associates and family members of the Bidens to come in for transcribed interviews is really notching it up to a very aggressive level," Devine said.
"And this is why you see Hunter Biden's lawyer panicking, writing to the speaker, Mike Johnson, and saying, ‘call your dogs off.’ This is why you're seeing hit jobs on James Comer spreading out through the so-called prestige media," she added.
Hunter Biden's Art Dealer Just Got Slapped With a Subpoena
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"A plethora of bank records, texts, emails, and a transcribed interview with Biden family associate Devon Archer all show the Bidens and their business partners sold access to the highest levels of our government, including Joe Biden himself, to the detriment of America’s interests,” Comer released in a statement.
“Americans across this country have made it clear to President Joe Biden, the Biden family, and their associates that the gig is up. The House Oversight Committee, along with the Committees on Judiciary and Ways and Means, are determined to follow the facts, and deliver the transparency and accountability that the American people demand, deserve, and expect,” Comer continued.
The investigation seeks to determine the evidence in allegations related to millions of dollars to Biden family members from international business deals.
The deals occurred when President Joe Biden served as vice president under then-President Barack Obama.
Hunter Biden served as the negotiator for many deals, while the president's brother, James Biden, gave large "loans" to his brother.
The subpoenas could bring forth new details in the investigation with massive implications for the general election next year.