Four banks subpoenaed on April 10 by Rep. James Comer (R-KY) and the House Oversight Committee to produce records related to transactions involving members of President Joe Biden's family have complied with the subpoenas, a source close to the investigation told Breitbart on Monday.
Bank of America, Cathay Bank, JPMorgan Chase, and HSBC USA N.A. all sent requested information to the Oversight Committee as requested, adding to the information the committee can now use to investigate the president and his family.
While Comer did not confirm that subpoenas were issued or complied with, he told Fox Business Monday, “This information leads to more information that we are going to continue to request. There will be more subpoenas.”
“This is going to get to a point very soon where the mainstream media, as well as the [Attorney General] Merrick Garland, cannot continue to turn a blind eye to this. It’s strange. It’s illegal,” Comer said. “There’s no laws that allow family members to profit from a high-ranking government official to the tune of what this family has done."
Comer did say that the latest information they had showed that nine different Biden family members seem to have profited from international business "schemes," while previous information had shown only three or four.
The committee has also gotten access to Suspicious Activity (SARs) reports detailing some of these transactions, including a $1.3 million total payment to four family members, including Hunter Biden and Hallie Biden, who he was involved with at the time.
Hunter Biden confirmed the transaction while the president said it was "not true."
The committee believes the payouts were made for favors from Biden when he was vice president.
Biden has previously lied about his involvement in Hunter Biden's business transactions. FOIA records showed that Hunter Biden business associates visited Joe Biden at the White House at least 14 times while he was vice president.
Republicans have long been mystified about why Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, would pay Hunter Biden $1 million per year to sit on its board when Hunter had no experience in the energy industry.
At the time, Joe Biden was the Obama administration's point person for Ukraine.
Biden also bragged publicly about getting a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma fired by holding $1 billion in aid hostage. What Democrats in Congress accused former President Donald Trump of doing in the first impeachment, Biden actually had done years earlier and it was never even questioned.
At this point, Biden reeks of corruption. What is it going to take for the powers that be to see it and do something about it?
Of course, they'd rather go after former Trump for a phony quid pro quo and falsifying business records, because Biden has the magic "D" behind his name and Trump doesn't.