Biden’s Explosive Details Exposed Again

A document uncovered during the investigation into Hunter’s business dealings has revealed that the president’s son claimed that legal issues might “go away” when his father, Joe Biden, became President, according to reports.

As reported by the Conservative Brief on Tuesday, October 10, 2023, the document was reportedly discovered by the House Oversight Committee during its investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings.

It includes an email from IRS public affairs officer Justin Cole to two IRS officials involved in the criminal investigation of Hunter Biden.

Cole mentioned that a CNN producer possessed an email from Hunter Biden in which he indicated he was “not willing to accept” a plea deal and expected his legal issues to be resolved once his father became President.

The exact date of the email from Hunter Biden is unknown.

Furthermore, a message from Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud backup from June 6, 2017, reveals a conversation with his uncle, Jim Biden, regarding the family’s “brand.”

In the message, Hunter Biden expressed frustration and questioned why he would give up his family’s brand and business assets for something of marginal value.

The House Oversight Committee has stated its intention to present all the evidence it has gathered during its investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings.

The committee’s examination will include an assessment of the inquiry’s value.

House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer emphasized the committee’s findings, alleging that Joe Biden had misused his public office for his family’s financial gain.

Comer accused President Biden of deceiving the American people regarding his knowledge of and involvement in his family’s business dealings.

Jim Jordan has announced that David Weiss, the U.S. attorney-turned-special counsel who recently indicted Hunter Biden on a gun-related charge, will testify before the House on October 18.

Jordan has been critical of the Biden family’s involvement with Ukrainian energy corporation Burisma Holdings.

He has argued that Hunter Biden was unqualified to serve on the board of Burisma and that Joe Biden used his position to exert influence in Ukraine.

Jordan also criticized the Justice Department, under Attorney General Merrick Garland, for allowing the statute of limitations to lapse on certain tax concerns related to Hunter Biden’s income from Burisma.

The developments surrounding the investigations into the Biden family’s business dealings come as the White House has called on its allies in the media to scrutinize Republicans for launching impeachment inquiry into the President.

Joe Biden previously admitted to using what appeared to be a “quid pro quo” tactic during his time as Vice President when he demanded the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor in exchange for the release of $1 billion in assistance.

The investigations and the ongoing scrutiny into the Biden family’s financial dealings continue to generate political controversy and public interest.

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