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Comer says he has leads to track down a $10 million bribe allegedly accepted by Biden

Hdare supervision President of the Committee James Comer (R-KY) said he has “leads” to trace the $10 million bribe that Pres. Joe Biden supposedly received.

The payment is documented in a Form FD-1023 generated by the FBIwhich was published by sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) in July. In the document, a confidential FBI informant told the bureau that Mykola Zlochevsky, the head of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company where Hunter Biden served on the board, had claimed that he had funneled $5 million to Joe Biden when he was vice president and $5 million Hunter Biden in an alleged exchange to pressure the Ukrainian government to fire Viktor Shokin, the country’s top prosecutor who was believed to be investigating Burisma.

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“We have leads. We believe and suspect that there are offshore accounts,” Comer said Hannity when asked if he had been able to locate the $10 million.

Comer paused without elaborating, saying, “That’s something we’ll talk about later.”

The Oversight chairman noted that the idea of ​​connecting offshore accounts with the money mentioned in the FD-1023 form would be “consistent with what we’ve seen in Romania, China, Russia and Ukraine, where they use multiple bank accounts and multiple shell companies.” .

“So it fits a pattern that we’ve seen in other countries,” Comer added.


President of the Ways and Means Committee of the Chamber Jason Smith (R-MO) also joined Hannity and noted the impact that IRS agents Gary Shapley i Joe Ziegler had as whistleblowers when they testified before Congress in July.

“Let me tell you, the information is coming out. These IRS whistleblowers have done a phenomenal job, and no one, no one has contradicted what the IRS whistleblowers have said. Their statements have remained the same ” said Smith. “It’s the Biden administration that keeps singing from a different tune.”


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