Hunter Biden Faces 10 Criminal Referrals

James Comer, the Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, anticipates issuing “six to 10 criminal referrals” against Hunter Biden following the completion of a congressional inquiry into President Joe Biden’s family. Comer, a Kentucky Republican, mentioned on Fox Business Thursday night that the referrals could include evidence of violation of the federal Mann Act, which criminalizes transporting women across state borders for prostitution, according to The New York Post.

Comer referred to an Oversight Committee hearing, saying, “The Democrats continued to claim, ‘there’s no evidence.’ However, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene provided them with proof.” During the hearing involving IRS whistleblowers who claimed they were prohibited from progressing their investigation about the president’s son, Greene displayed boards containing various material related to Hunter Biden, including explicit images.

Greene “presented proof of the president’s son infringing the Mann Act,” noted Comer. “She shared flight tickets, pictures, and tangible evidence. It’s clear that he breached the Act, and that’s another charge he could face.”

In addition, the congressman indicated that additional referrals could involve infractions of the Foreign Agents Registration Act. “Hunter Biden was engaged in money laundering, racketeering, and wire fraud, along with violating the Mann Act. The litany of his offences is extensive,” said Comer. He critiqued the treatment of the president’s son as lenient, while Democrats label the two-tier justice system in America as racially prejudiced. He labeled Hunter Biden as the epitome of white privilege.

Comer suggested there is significant evidence implicating the president in an alleged $10 million bribery scheme, as stated by an FBI informant in a recently disclosed bureau document by Sen. Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa.

Referring to the Ukrainian energy firm that previously employed Hunter Biden, Comer stated, “There is a substantial amount of evidence suggesting Joe Biden acted in the interests of Burisma’s CEO.” He mentioned that the informant’s remarks about the complexities involved in transferring the bribe money are consistent with what the Oversight Committee has unearthed in Romania and China.

Describing the business model, Comer explained, “Hunter Biden would go in and tell these individuals, ‘If you need U.S. support or a favorable policy decision that benefits you at the U.S.’s expense, you must pay me because by doing so, you’re indirectly paying my father.’ More evidence substantiating this operation emerges each day.”