There have been claims that President Joe Biden collected millions of dollars in bribes from foreign governments, and last week, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) claimed in an interview that the Republican-controlled House is moving closer toward an impeachment probe into Biden.
After Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) released an FBI FD-1023 form last week, in which a human confidential source claimed that CEO Mykola Zlochevsky (the founder of Burisma) contended that he was “coerced” into doling out millions of dollars in bribes to the then-Vice President Joe Biden and his son in exchange for their help in pressuring Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma, McCarthy made his comments.
“The FBI kept this from the IRS,” McCarthy told Fox News presenter Sean Hannity. In addition to their allegations of bribery, new evidence suggests that 16 of 17 payments made by Romania to the Biden shell firms occurred while he was vice president.
McCarthy pointed out that nations like Ukraine, Russia, Romania, and China, which all have governmental corruption issues, are the sources of the alleged payments to the Biden family.
The Speaker stated he believes Congress will follow this to the end, indicating that he and his colleagues want to see the investigation through to its logical conclusion.
According to the Constitution, the Speaker said this situation warrants an impeachment investigation, and they must find out the details.
Former best friend and Burisma director Devon Archer, 48, is expected to testify before the House Oversight Committee that Hunter Biden put his father on the phone a dozen times while Hunter spoke with foreign business partners or investors.
According to the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Representative James Comer (R-KY), they are very much looking forward to Devon Archer’s testimony about all of the times he was present when Joe Biden was meeting with Hunter’s foreign business partners while serving as vice president. This includes speakerphone conversations.
The country has the right to know if its President is a liar, and there is enough smoke to warrant an investigation to see if there is any fire.