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Jim Jordan Makes a Major Announcement on Hunter Biden Investigation Developments

The House Judiciary Committee has launched an investigation into allegations of political bias within the Hunter Biden probe. Federal prosecutors are being summoned for transcribed interviews behind closed doors, with Attorney for the Department of Justice’s Tax Division, Stuart Goldberg, scheduled for an interview.

U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California, Martin Estrada, is set to undergo a similar interview. As reported by the Conservative Brief on Tuesday, October 31, 2023, the committee’s pursuit of testimony from DOJ officials follows years of claims regarding politicization and misconduct in the investigation into the President’s son.

Ohio Republican and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan has been actively collaborating with the Justice Department for months to secure the participation of federal prosecutors involved in the Biden investigation.

The interview with Hunter Biden, conducted by the government’s special counsel, David Weiss, has been rescheduled for Monday, November 7th, and will occur behind closed doors. In July, the DOJ made Weiss available to testify before Congress, although there was a preference for a public testimony, as reported by a Justice Department insider.

In August, Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed David Weiss to oversee the Hunter Biden investigation and related matters. Weiss, who had been the U.S. attorney for Delaware since 2018, was tasked with examining allegations of political interference in the long-standing investigation into the President’s son.

Weiss filed charges against Hunter Biden for making false statements when acquiring a firearm, providing false information to a licensed firearms dealer, and possessing a firearm while abusing or being addicted to a controlled substance. Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to all charges in a recent hearing, and the investigation remains active.

Jim Jordan also presented alleged evidence connecting President Joe Biden to his son, who served on the board of the Ukrainian energy corporation Burisma Holdings from 2014 to 2019.

Jordan highlighted several key points, including Hunter Biden’s lucrative position on the board without relevant qualifications, his involvement in addressing pressure faced by Burisma, and Joe Biden’s role in getting Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin fired, potentially leveraging American tax dollars for this purpose.

Jordan expressed concerns about the actions of the Garland Justice Department, stating that they attempted to downplay the situation, allowing the statute of limitations to lapse on serious felony tax matters related to Hunter Biden’s income from Burisma in 2014 and 2015.

In response to these developments, Hunter Biden entered a not-guilty plea in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

Jim Jordan emphasized the importance of House Republicans providing leadership, particularly in addressing the concerns of the American people. He expressed the view that the public is seeking strong leadership, which they may not be finding in the White House or the Senate.

Jordan stressed the need for House Republicans to unite and demonstrate their commitment to addressing pressing issues such as rising crime rates, a significant influx of immigrants across the border, soaring food prices, and escalating fuel costs. He called for collective action to show that they are fighting for the interests of the American people.

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