The depths of corruption the Biden family sank to became more clear with new details released by House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY). It is now known that the Bidens received over $20 million from Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan while Joe Biden was vice president.
Family business records released by the committee laid out the receipt of at least $10 million from Romania and China.
This cash haul reportedly was distributed to nine Biden family members, including two of the president’s grandchildren. Comer went on record in June predicting a total of $30 million in international receipts would be discovered.
Over $20 million in payments from foreign sources to the Biden family and associates from Russia, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine during Joe Biden’s Vice Presidency. James Comer’s House Oversight Committee followed the money: pic.twitter.com/AjVvzyilKT
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) August 9, 2023
On Wednesday the committee released another batch of records obtained through subpoenas of six banks. The subpoenas targeted companies and individuals engaged in business with Biden family members and their interests.
Comer pulled no punches in describing the trove of financial information uncovered by the committee.
In a press release, the Republican noted that “during Joe Biden’s vice presidency, Hunter Biden sold him as ‘the brand’ to reap millions from oligarchs in Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine. It appears no real services were provided other than access to the Biden network.”
Comer added that the access included Joe Biden himself. Thus far the committee has not subpoenaed Biden family members.
In last week’s explosive closed-door testimony to the committee, longtime Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer also confirmed that “the brand” was for sale.
And that brand was very profitable. The transcribed interview released by Comer revealed that the then-vice president either joined Hunter and his associates for dinner or on phone conversations over 20 times.
As for the newly revealed bank records, they show that funds were incrementally brought into Hunter Biden’s and Devon Archer’s “Rosemont Seneca.” This was done in a way to obscure the origination and size of the transactions.
On one occasion in Feb. 2014, Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina moved $3.5 million to Rosemont Seneca Thornton. This is described by the committee as a shell company.
And in the spring of that year, Burisma corporate secretary Vadym Pozharsky appointed both Biden and Archer to the company’s board of directors. Each was paid $1 million per year.