White House Struggles To Hide Hunter Biden’s Money Trail

The House Oversight Committee has recently presented evidence suggesting that Hunter Biden’s firm, Owasco P.C., made regular payments to President Joe Biden. This claim contradicts previous assertions by the White House that Joe and Hunter Biden never engaged in business together. Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) has labeled this a continuation of the “list of lies” surrounding the Bidens’ business dealings.
 

The focus is on the nature of payments from Owasco P.C., a firm linked to Hunter Biden and implicated in receiving funds from China and other sources. The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating Hunter Biden for using Owasco P.C. for tax evasion as well as other serious crimes. Additionally, there are allegations that the Justice Department actively prevented investigators from probing into Joe Biden’s involvement.

When confronted with these findings, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre appeared to avoid providing direct answers. During a press briefing, reporter Philip Wegmann of Real Clear Politics questioned Jean-Pierre about the bank records and the nature of the financial relationship between Joe and Hunter Biden. Jean-Pierre’s responses included stating she hadn’t seen the report, directing the query to the White House Counsel’s Office, and abruptly ending the briefing.

This response, particularly the avoidance of a direct answer and the swift conclusion of the briefing, has raised further questions and skepticism. Critics argue that this lack of a clear defense from the White House only exacerbates suspicions and implies that the administration may not have a satisfactory explanation for these financial transactions between Hunter Biden’s firm and President Joe Biden.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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