Top GOP Leader Previews Bombshell Biden Evidence – Joe’s Criminal Accusations About to Explode
By Sean Kerrvin|June 11, 2024
Top GOP Leader Previews Bombshell Biden Evidence – Joe’s Criminal Accusations About to Explode

Joe Biden’s mark on history may not be what he hoped for when he took office. His decades as a career politician who doesn’t appear to understand the constitutional principles that support the people are a legacy few would want.

His few years in office as president have failed the people in so many ways that his approval rating continues to hold at historically low levels. Everything he touches tends to turn into something that hurts the people, i.e., the economy and inflation, or something the people don’t want, like an open border.

Republicans are working to expose Joe Biden’s legacy as a politician who conducted his operations in ways worthy of impeachment. U.S. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) said more evidence will be revealed, and the revelation will be shocking.

From The Daily Wire:
House Republicans are poised to release a report detailing crimes uncovered as part of the corruption-focused impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden, a lead investigator said on Sunday.

“I think that it’s no secret Joe Biden’s committed many crimes, and I think that you’re going to see a report very soon. That report is imminent,” Comer responded. “That will probably be an interim report that updates everyone on the crimes that Biden and his administration have committed throughout this investigation and through the years of the Obama-Biden administration.”

Fox News called Comer on Sunday to find out whether there would be any criminal referral for money laundering against the president. Congressional investigators recommended his son, Hunter Biden, and brother, James Biden, be prosecuted for allegedly lying to Congress.

The criminal referrals are the “first step,” according to Comer. He and fellow Republicans have maintained an ongoing investigation into Biden family members and their companies regarding alleged influence peddling that dates back to when the now-president served as vice president.

There is little expectation in political circles that Biden’s attorney general, Merrick Garland, will take up any case against the president or his family. Republicans appear to be playing a long game because Garland has been notorious for dodging questions about such issues when he appears before Congress.

“Everything that we refer to the Department of Justice is within the statute of limitations,” Comer said. “In fact, there’s a five-year statute of limitations. So, if Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice doesn’t take this up in an appropriate manner, then the next administration and a new attorney general certainly can.”

Comer could not say whether the president will face criminal charges but said that “accountability for Joe Biden” is the “next step.” Joe Biden denied connections to family members and business partners even after witnesses testified to him, at least when speaking to some associates. He also refused an invitation to testify for the congressional probe.

The chairman was adamant that the investigation by the committee has uncovered through depositions and interviews evidence that has been “very substantive and is going to be very useful in accountability.”

Key Takeaways:

  • A GOP lead investigator said Joe Biden has “committed many crimes” during his career.
  • James Comer (R-KY) announced an “imminent” report on impeaching Biden.
  • Comer revealed that allegations against Biden could carry over into the next administration.

Source: The Daily Wire



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Sean Kerrvin
Sean is a former mainstream media journalist who walked away from the leftist machine. He now works to deliver news and insights to benefit Americans who want truth and liberty to prevail under the Constitution.
Sean is a former mainstream media journalist who walked away from the leftist machine. He now works to deliver news and insights to benefit Americans who want truth and liberty to prevail under the Constitution.