The time we have all been waiting for has finally been announced and the Biden impeachment hearing will be held on September 28th. I really hope they televise it.
The Democrats televised the Trump impeachment hearing in 2019 and I see no reason not to televise this one. Actually, there are good reasons to televise this. Democratic politicians and their lapdog media are claiming there is no evidence against Biden.
They cannot do that if everyone in America can see the evidence for themselves, so expect the Democrats to fight televising the hearing.
I am going to Walmart and stock up on frozen pizzas, popcorn and Diet Pepsi. Now, if I can only figure out how to bring the bathroom into my living room, I will have it made. The hearing will be conducted by7 the House Oversight Committee, headed by Rep James Comer.
A spokesman for the committee said:
“The hearing will focus on constitutional and legal questions surrounding the President’s involvement in corruption and abuse of public office.”
The speaker said:
Republicans uncovered “serious and credible allegations into President Biden’s conduct — a culture of corruption.”
McCarthy tasked Rep. James Comer (R-KY) with leading the impeachment effort with the help of Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO). Comer has set his sights on the $20 million in foreign money that flowed to the Biden family and their 20 shell companies. He will expose bank records and SARs. (Suspicious Activity Reports) He will try to tie some of that money to Joe Biden.
“President Joe Biden was front and center in his family’s influence peddling schemes with foreign entities around the world,” Comer said in a post to X.
His committee intends to subpoena the president’s son Hunter and brother James Biden’s personal and business bank records as early as this week, the Oversight spokesperson told The Daily Wire.
“The Oversight Committee will continue to follow the evidence and money trail to provide the transparency and accountability that Americans demand from their government,” the committee spokesperson added.
Republicans have not yet determined whether Joe Biden received money from his family’s foreign ventures, but are investigating incriminating messages including a 2017 text message in which Hunter Biden pressured a Chinese government-linked businessman to follow through on an agreement by warning he was “sitting here with my father,” immediately preceding the transfer of $5.1 million.
That May, Joe Biden — referred to as the “big guy” in an email — was penciled in for a 10% cut of the same Chinese venture by one of Hunter’s partners.
The Oversight Committee also is investigating a paid FBI informant’s tip that Joe and Hunter Biden received $10 million in bribes from Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings in exchange for the elder Biden’s help in forcing out Kyiv’s Prosecutor-General Viktor Shokin, who was investigating the firm.
Burisma paid Hunter up to $1 million per year beginning in early 2014, when his father assumed control of the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy, and the then-vice president dined in DC with a Burisma executive in 2015 — despite claiming publicly he “never” discussed business with his son.
The president’s alleged role in additional business relationships involving his son and brother’s Chinese, Kazakhstani, Romanian, Russian and Mexican associates also are being studied by the committee.
Former Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer told the Oversight Committee on July 31 that Joe Biden was on speakerphone during roughly 20 business meetings with his son’s associates, dined twice in DC with his Eastern European and Central Asian patrons and had coffee in Beijing and then spoke on the phone with the CEO of a state-backed fund co-founded by Hunter.