If you thought an investigation of Joe Biden wouldn’t amount to anything, you’re in for a surprise. After a lot of talk and no action, we’re finally getting some real movement against the President.
Biden has been stonewalling investigators looking into his involvement with Hunter, but the GOP just made its move, and Joe is not going to like this.
The House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed phone records of a phone belonging to President Joe Biden that Hunter Biden’s business paid for, according to Peter Schweizer, Government Accountability Institute president in an interview on Tuesday.[…]
Schweizer called the reported removal of the investigative team at the IRS looking into Hunter Biden’s alleged tax evasion “very troubling.” The removal came in alleged retaliation to a whistleblower who had contacted Congress about a possible cover-up going on at the IRS on the case.
They’re treating Biden with the heavy hand he deserves. If he ignores the subpoena, Joe or his team could face contempt of Congress charges.
We have had to repeatedly report about all kinds of criminal allegations against the Biden family, but then then seemingly come to nothing. Recent FBI whistleblower allegations have claimed that Joe’s “friends in high places” are derailing any action against the Democrat.
Consider how the original investigative team at the IRS was just removed—how can Americans not be suspect of these investigations into Biden? Thankfully the Republican-controlled House is finally making headway, subpoenaing Joe’s phone records.
When you’re looking for something, sometimes it’s in the last place you’d think to check. Who would have thought a key piece of evidence would be on Joe’s phone instead of Hunter’s laptop?
We’ve been waiting with bated breath for real action against Biden—and it’s paid off. Thank goodness we have the House Oversight Committee closing in on the Biden family. Maybe Hunter will finally see some justice. Maybe his father will too.
- The House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed the records of Joe Biden’s phone, which his son Hunter was paying for under his business.
- The IRS started looking into Hunter’s foreign income in 2018.