Oversight Committee Chair accuses Biden of receiving foreign funding
According to an FBI whistleblower, the Bidens have received millions of dollars from a Ukrainian oligarch in an effort to dodge an investigation of corruption.
James Comer, chairman of the oversight committee at the lower chamber of Congress, accused President Biden of receiving up to $30 million as part of an alleged lobbying scheme during his time as vice president under the Obama administration.
"We have more bank records coming in, but we’re going to exceed $10 million this week, and I think we’ll get up between $20-$30 million dollars," Comer said during an interview with Fox News.
The Oversight Committee has been leading a probe following leads by an FBI whistleblower, accusing Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden of receiving millions of dollars from a Ukrainian energy company to dodge an investigation conducted by the Ukrainian government at the time, by pushing Kiev to fire the prosecutor in charge.
Comer said that the whistleblower is one of the most trusted informants engaged with the FBI, and his testimonies have been used in previous cases.
Comer revealed that the FBI Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service have been asked to "stand down" regarding the probe investigating the Biden family.
It was reported yesterday that a Republican congresswoman introduced articles for the impeachment of the US President for his violation of the constitutional oath, as she believes he has failed at securing the US's southern border.
US House of Representatives member, Lauren Boebert, tweeted on Wednesday, "Joe Biden has totally failed at his Constitutional duty to secure our Southern Border. For that reason, I have just introduced articles of impeachment to remove him from office."
The congresswoman told Fox News that she plans on fast-tracking the process by filing the legislation under a privileged motion, in case the House's leadership and committees do not move forward with the articles she introduced.
Boebert claimed, "Given the severity of the violation of Joe Biden's constitutional oath to faithfully execute the office of the president, United States to the best of his ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, this is something that we must do with our majorities in the House of Representatives."
Earlier, US congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene claimed that the Ukrainian oil industry holding firm allegedly paid then-US Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden a total of $10 million to help halt an investigation into the company by former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.
Greene says that Hunter Biden was appointed to Burisma's board to "solve the problems" caused by Shokin's probe. Greene believes that the owner of Burisma paid $5 million to Hunter Biden and $5 million to Joe Biden to fire Shokin and cease his investigation into the company.