The House Oversight Committee issued subpoenas on September 28 for Hunter and James Biden’s financial statements to further investigate any potential links between Joe Biden and his family’s foreign deals.
On Friday, the committee released evidence that James Biden had written a $200,000 check to Joe Biden in 2018. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) told Breitbart News that this information was revealed in the financial statements.
“We also have Hunter Biden’s financial statements, and we look forward to putting out subpoenas on a lot more bank accounts that we have uncovered,” she said.
Greene characterized the payment as a “money laundering scheme” by “petty criminals who belong in jail.”
“The money laundering scheme is the same type of money laundering scheme that many people have been put in jail for. What you do is you basically buy a company that’s going bankrupt or invest in a company that’s going bankrupt to save the company, and then you run money through it — through criminal enterprises,” she told Breitbart News. “In this case, that was selling out Joe Biden’s power and influence, and they received — it’s going to be hundreds of millions of dollars — it’s going to be a lot of money.”
“I’ll tell you why it’s elaborate,” she continued. “Because they have so many fake LLCs and so many bank accounts. That’s the elaborate part about it, but the truth is they are nothing more than petty criminals who belong in jail. Not just Joe Biden, Jim Biden also belongs in jail — and Hunter Biden — and it may extend into some of their spouses and further family members.”
“This also means Joe Biden is a criminal and should face criminal charges and should go to jail,” she reiterated. “It’s absolutely unbelievable, and they did this on the backs of the American people.”
Joe Biden denied any involvement with the business nine times.
In September, he posed the question to reporters, “Where is the money?” Comer believes that he has found some.
Greene asserted that House committees should persist in their inquiry of the Bidens, even without a Speaker at this time.
“The important thing for people to know is regardless of this Speaker battle that we’re having, committees can keep doing their work, and they should,” she said. “They shouldn’t stop. And that’s why we’ve kept going on oversight because we feel this investigation is above the Speaker’s fight.”