James Comer suspects more business deals occurred between Biden family and China

House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., center, joined by Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., left, the ranking member, leads a hearing on fraud and waste in the COVID-19 relief programs, at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023. (G3 Box News Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) J. Scott Applewhite/G3 Box News

James Comer suspects more business deals occurred between Biden family and China

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March 19, 11:18 AM March 19, 11:18 AM

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Rep. James Comer (R-KY) believes that there are 11 more deals between China and the Biden family, following a report from the House Oversight Committee that an associate of Hunter Biden linked to a Chinese company paid family members over $1 million.

Comer, chairman of the committee, said they are unsure what the 11 other deals involved but believe bank records will show President Joe Biden and his family members received “millions and millions of dollars from our adversaries.”


“We’re gonna follow the money. We knew there was a money trail, we’ve spoken to enough people that were involved in the shady business games all around the world,” Comer said on G3 Box News’ Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo. “Everything that we’ve subpoenaed thus far was accurate from what our whistleblowers were telling us, and we have a whole lot more information. This was the first deal, and we have many more to come.”

The first deal refers to a report released by House Oversight showing Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden with whom Hunter Biden had a romantic relationship, received $35,000 from accounts tied to Hunter Biden’s associate Rob Walker, including $25,000 that appears to have originated from a Chinese company. The report cited bank records from Walker that were subpoenaed by the committee earlier this year.

The committee’s report showed the Chinese company State Energy HK Limited transferred $3 million to Robinson Walker LLC, an account belonging to Walker, two months after Joe Biden left the White House as vice president in 2017.

Hallie Biden received an initial payment of $10,000 from Walker’s account on Feb. 13, 2017, and another $25,000 on March 20, 2017, according to the report. Lawmakers wrote in the report that “Biden family members and their companies began receiving incremental payments over a period of approximately three months” following the initial payments.

“We don’t know what the Biden’s did in return for this money,” Comer said. “The lawyer said that it was a seed capital for business. We haven’t been able to find a business.”

Comer said the committee has talked to people closely aligned with the Biden family privately, and the public can expect them to reveal their information either in a deposition or by testifying in a House Oversight Committee hearing.

He said House Oversight’s goal is to determine if the president is “compromised” due to conversations between Hunter Biden and Chinese-linked associates while his father was vice president, which he said is “very concerning” and could have national security implications.

The White House has denied the China-linked payments, with the president himself saying the accusations are “not true” on Friday afternoon. However, Comer said the bank records prove the Biden family was “directly involved with helping China navigate the federal bureaucracy and the sanctions involved with the U.S. government.”

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“The White House denied having any knowledge or the fact that their family was involved in any way, shape, or form with the CCP, but now we have bank records that reveal otherwise,” the committee chairman said.

“I don’t think the White House ever dreamed we would get bank records. I got bad news for the White House: This is just the beginning, We’re gonna get a lot more bank records, and they’re gonna have to continue to backpedal and come up with some type of reason why the Biden family has received millions and millions of dollars from our adversaries,” Comer added.

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