Hunter Biden’s former business associate is about to reveal the president’s direct ties to his son’s enterprises, which could pave the way for impeachment.
The GOP’s investigation into the Biden family’s finances has entered a “important final stage,” according to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), as they investigate the family’s receipt of more than $17 million in foreign funds. In addition, they are investigating the allegedly “special treatment” of Hunter Biden by the Justice Department in the ongoing criminal investigation into the president’s son for tax and gun-related offenses.
Jordan’s remarks coincide with a recent explosive claim that the president attended at least 24 meetings with Hunter’s business associates, including Devon Archer, despite the White House’s insistence that he has never been involved in his son’s business affairs. House Oversight Committee chairman James Comer will hear Archer testify that Joe spoke to Hunter’s business associates at least 24 times, including those at the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
Jordan questioned, “What were the Bidens doing to get the money? I mean, 20 different shell companies, nine different Bidens getting paid. What was the service, the product, the value they add? The only logical explanation here is it was access to then-Vice President Biden.” Jordan told Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business.
Jordan responded that the consideration of articles of impeachment against Attorney General Merrick Garland was “a question for the full conference.”
He added that “evidence keeps piling up,” adding that “the speaker has been very clear; Speaker McCarthy has said if we have to go to an impeachment inquiry, we will, in fact, do that.”
‘It sure looks like we’re moving in that direction at a quick pace, but that’s a question for the full conference.’
Republicans highlight inconsistencies in the public statements of Garland and U.S. Attorney Weiss regarding the Hunter case and the question of who had “full authority” to file charges against Joe Biden’s son.
Concerning the articles of impeachment for Joe Biden specifically, Jordan stated that “more information needs to be compiled” and that “it may not be about the attorney general so much, although I think there’s important things there, it could be more about the president himself.”
Sen. Chuck Grassley’s disclosure of an FBI FD-1023 form last week, which claimed that Joe and Hunter received $10 million from the CEO of Burisma as recompense for the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor while Biden was vice president, is a crucial piece of evidence, according to him.
‘That’s why Chairman Comer is going to continue to pursue his investigation. He’s looking to get Hunter Biden’s business partner, Devon Archer, in for a deposition, get that all on the record. He’s been trying to get that done,’ Jordan added.
‘There’s been a number of times it’s been rescheduled. Hopefully, that happens soon and then we’ll see where we go from there.’
Comer stated that his committee will speak with Archer’soon,’ although no specific date has been set.
A committee aide told reporters that the committee is actively coordinating with Archer’s attorney to schedule a recorded interview.