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The Biden Family Crime Racket Could Now Be Over $50 Million

On an episode of Fox News’ “Watters’ World,” host Jesse Watters featured clips of South Carolina Republican Nancy Mace and Kentucky Republican James Comer, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, on the records recent bank statements indicating the substantial net worth of the Biden family. to increase. Bank records indicate the Biden family may have received more than $17 million in foreign funds, which could point to an alleged corruption scandal. However, as the investigation continues, more bank records have begun to surface that point to an alleged scam that could be worth $50 million.

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Representative Nancy Mace, based on evidence she has seen, believes the value may even be higher than the reported $50 million. He warned that if these allegations are proven true, the Biden family could become one of the most politically corrupt families in American history.

Watters questioned the source of the reported $50 million, citing that President Joe Biden has often portrayed himself as the poorest man in the Senate. The source of the great wealth is still unclear, especially considering that neither the president’s son nor his siblings have held significant positions that could explain this income.

Watters suggested that an impeachment inquiry might be necessary to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the accumulation of wealth, particularly given that the investigation involves several shell companies and a large number of people over the years.

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The investigation is also expected to provide information about the Biden family’s foreign bank accounts, as foreign bank records related to the Biden family’s offshore accounts were disclosed. Watters noted that keeping money in offshore accounts often indicates a legitimate business overseas, which the Bidens don’t have, or attempts to dodge taxes or hide money.

Chairman James Comer confirmed the suspicion about the offshore accounts and stated that IRS whistleblowers had indicated the existence of documents related to these accounts. Those foreign bank records will be turned over to the House Ways and Means Committee, which will vote to release them in September.

Watters closed by suggesting that Hunter Biden, known for his lavish lifestyle, might not be the sole custodian of this enormous wealth. If the reported $50 million is confirmed, the big question will remain: Who is holding it and where is it being kept?

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