Comer Pledges Relentless Efforts In Biden Bribery Probe

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has confirmed his plans to haul in more witnesses in the ongoing investigation into the alleged Biden family influence-peddling schemes.

Speaking on Fox News’ “Life, Liberty & Levin” last weekend, Comer detailed his intention to bring in the principal players in the controversy for depositions. It’s an endeavor with its fair share of hurdles, as the Chairman acknowledges: “We’re having to fight the FBI, fight the DOJ, fight the Democrats in Congress, and fight the mainstream media.”

Last week, Comer issued a subpoena for Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter Biden. The inclusion of Archer, who is currently negotiating to set a date for his sworn deposition, amplifies the committee’s commitment to reveal the entire picture, regardless of the obstacles.

Comer’s fighting spirit reverberates in his recent remarks, “I think we’ve done as much as we could do with the obstacles we’ve had to overcome.” He recalled that he had managed to access bank records and the Treasury Department’s suspicious activity reports, feats that many had deemed impossible.

In the ongoing probe, Comer pointed out an alarming detail that might have far-reaching implications from the FD-1023 form that has been at the center of the committee’s work recently. According to Comer, this form memorializes a conversation between an FBI informant and the CEO of the Ukrainian natural gas company Burisma. The alleged dialogue involved assertions of bribery, with then-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter implicated in a $5 million transaction.

According to Comer, a pattern of avoidance and lack of investigation has emerged in relation to transactions to nine Biden family members through shell companies originating from Romania and China. The federal government’s apparent blind eye to these situations is a cause for concern, he suggests.

“Our job in the House Oversight Committee is to follow the money, and we have more bank records coming in,” Comer asserts, underscoring the committee’s commitment to untangle the complex web of transactions involving the Biden family.

Comer’s revelations and unrelenting quest for truth have sparked considerable discomfort among those implicated. The Chairman remains undeterred, however, promising that this is just the start and there is more to come. His battle with the “deep state bureaucracies,” as he puts it, is set to continue as the Oversight Committee doubles down on its mandate from GOP voters to hold public figures accountable, irrespective of their standing.