“Hundreds of thousands of dollars in payouts went to members of the Biden family.” – Rep. James Comer
As Scooby might say, “Ruh-row, Raggy.” Without fail, Norville “Shaggy” Rogers would dutifully respond, “Zoinks, Scoob! This is gonna be super scary!”
Yes, the Biden Amateur Hour is now mutating into just another episode of the Scooby-Doo Saga. Starring First Brother James Biden as Scoob; Hunter Biden as Shaggy; and, of course, Joe Biden expertly portraying Old Man Withers.
As it turns out, the Chairman of the
House Oversight Committee, Rep. James Comer (R-KY), has finally received SARs (Suspicious Activity Reports) from the Treasury Department.
And when I say “finally,” that’s after two-years of Treasury ignoring the House Republicans.
In a press release from the official website of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, Rep. Comer notes;
“After two months of dragging their feet, the Treasury Department is finally providing us with access to the suspicious activity reports for the Biden family and their associates’ business transactions. It should never have taken us threatening to hold a hearing and conduct a transcribed interview with an official under the penalty of perjury for Treasury to finally accommodate part of our request. For over 20 years, Congress had access to these reports but the Biden Administration changed the rules out of the blue to restrict our ability to conduct oversight.
“According to bank documents we’ve already obtained, we know one company owned by a Biden associate received a $3 million dollar wire from a Chinese energy company two months after Joe Biden left the vice presidency. Soon after, hundreds of thousands of dollars in payouts went to members of the Biden family. We are going to continue to use bank documents and suspicious activity reports to follow the money trail to determine the extent of the Biden family’s business schemes, if Joe Biden is compromised by these deals, and if there is a national security threat. If Treasury tries to stonewall our investigation again, we will continue to use tools at our disposal to compel compliance.”