The overwhelming stench of the Biden family’s dubious dealings with communist Chinese entities has left even reliable defenders at CNN hard-pressed to ignore the blossoming scandal over ongoing investigations by the GOP-led House Oversight Committee with anchor Erin Burnett admitting that records showing evidence of money going to several members of the Biden clan just “doesn’t look good.”
Her comments came on Saturday’s edition of “Erin Burnett OutFront” during a discussion with her guest, Ryan Goodman, the co-editor-in-chief of the website “Just Security” which describes itself as “an online forum for the rigorous analysis of security, democracy, foreign policy, and rights,” who offered up his expert opinion on financial documents recently unveiled by the committee showing that Biden family members received funds from accounts linked to Chinese business partners of Hunter Biden, the crack-addict son of the current occupant of the White House.
“There’s a guy, his name is John Robinson Walker, he gets $3 million from a Chinese-based company and proceeds to wire it out to a bunch of people named Biden,” she said. “One of them is Hunter Biden, another one is a company that belongs to the president’s brother James Biden, and another amount of money to Beau Biden’s widow Hallie. So, again from a layperson, that doesn’t look good, is it damaging, legally?”
“Not necessarily damaging legally,” Goodman responded, adding that the information contained in the four-page Oversight Committee memo that was released on Thursday “looks possibly unethical, but it’s difficult to match it up with illegality or crime,” rattling off a list of reasons of why what has the appearance of serious impropriety on behalf of the Biden family members may not rise to the level of criminality.
“It’s starting to look like potentially influence peddling, but not illegal,” he said.
Burnett responded, “But you’re saying possibly unethical which of course then becomes more of a political or a thing for voters to decide more than legally…”
While there are efforts underway to downplay the pervasive corruption of the Biden Crime family, the Republicans on the Oversight Committee are diligently and methodically working to uncover the truth with many suggesting that the sitting president is compromised by the Chinese regime.
“This is an investigation of Joe Biden, and this deal was set up during 2015 and 2016 when Joe Biden was squarely seated in the office of vice president,” House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) said during a recent Fox News appearance.
🚨 Someone should tell @POTUS that @GOPoversight has Biden family bank records.
What we know is the Biden family received about $𝟏,𝟎𝟔𝟓,𝟎𝟎𝟎 in payments from a Chinese energy company. What were they buying?
I will continue to follow the Biden money trail. @kayleighmcenany pic.twitter.com/SIgAFrcsLn
— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) March 18, 2023
“Joe Biden was involved, “Comer said. “Joe Biden’s fingerprints are all over this deal, and another thing that I want to remind everyone, this is just one deal. We think there are thirteen different deals from various countries around the world, mainly China that we’re going to look into so we’ve just gotten one set of bank records, we have another twelve sets to go.”
Could the walls finally be closing in on Biden? Time will tell but Republicans have already returned the concept of oversight to Congress in the short time that they have been in control of the House of Representatives and its committees and are able to use the power of subpoenas to get to the bottom of what some believe is a family that operates like gangsters and racketeers.
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