House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) said this week that there is evidence regarding up to $30 million in payments to the Biden family. The revelations follow a spirited debate over an FBI document that outlines $10 million in potential bribes to President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
The Kentucky Republican said this week that the committee was combing over bank records related to the president’s family. He said that the Republican investigators “have more bank records coming in” that would account for more than $10 million.
“I think we’ll get up to $20-$30 million,” he added.
Comer further said that the number of payments will be “hard for Biden to explain, this is not going to go away, and I think eventually the mainstream media is going to start asking the real questions.”
Comer linked a number of payments from foreign sources to the Biden family through shell companies. He said that foreign officials knew “this family was money laundering, they were profiting off Joe Biden’s influence.”
He also chided much of the legacy media for not covering the ongoing investigation.
Comer said that the investigators will reveal more records regarding money “transferred between foreign nationals in other countries and the Biden family.”
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News of the potential Biden bank accounts comes as Sen. Chuck Grassley revealed another point of contention surrounding the FBI document that kicked off much of the recent debate.
House Intelligence Committee members recently reviewed an FBI document that recalled testimony from a whistleblower about $10 million in bribes to the then-vice president and his son Hunter.
Grassley revealed that the unredacted version of the document stated that an executive at the Ukrainian energy company Burisma secretly recorded conversations with the Bidens. Hunter Biden was paid more than $80,000 per month to sit on the company’s board of directors despite a lack of experience in the field.
When testifying before Congress, FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate said that he had “no idea” of whether such tapes existed.