July 26, 2023

Democrat Blames Biden Investigation on Republican 'Conspiracy Theories'

Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) downplayed the bribery investigation against President Joe Biden Tuesday, referring to the efforts by Republicans as "conspiracy theories."

Dean shared the comments during an interview on CNN's "News Central."

“There is no evidence of any wrongdoing by the President, and Mr. McCarthy knows that.” And Republicans are “chasing conspiracy theories," Breitbart News reported.

“I don’t have any [questions] at this point. But, certainly, there are questions that can be asked, and should be answered, if there was any connection. But we don’t see any evidence of that whatsoever. So, they’re making it up [out of] whole cloth," it added.

"Whistleblowers have corroborated the corrupt transactions by the Biden Family Crime Syndicate," Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) tweeted.

"The Justice Department interfered with the investigation. The nation will see how salient this story has become in tomorrow's Oversight hearing," he added.

Despite Dean's accusations of conspiracy theories, numerous whistleblowers have come forward to provide testimony and details to confirm many of the claims against the Biden family.

Hunter Biden business associate Devon Archer is also expected to submit testimony to lawmakers to provide further details in the business dealings between the first son and international corporations.

The financial transactions are not theories but instead offer clear evidence of exchanges made with Biden family members that require answers.

Dean may wish to deflect the concerns to help her party and president but the right thing to do is to discover what really happened related to the accusations.

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