Biden Caught Lying Straight To Our Faces

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The White House has dismissed allegations of bribery, influence-peddling, and corruption against Democrat President Joe Biden and his family as mere “conspiracy theories.”

On Monday, White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates declined to address inquiries regarding the “conspiracy theories” related to corruption within the Biden family. Bates faced intense questioning from reporters aboard Air Force One about various scandals involving the Biden family.

Concerns are growing rightfully as a probable House vote is expected this week to initiate a formal impeachment inquiry against President Biden.

The media is also seeking answers regarding the potential testimony of his son, Hunter Biden, before the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees scheduled for Wednesday.

“I am not going to weigh in on that process except to say that President Biden is laser-focused on the issues that matter most to American families,” Bates said.

“You see him today getting ready to deliver for firefighters in Philadelphia.

“Like I mentioned, we’re making a historic announcement in advanced manufacturing to keep bringing jobs back from overseas.”

“He’s focused on what matters to American families, not Marjorie Taylor Greene’s conspiracy theories about his own family,” he added.

Representative Greene (R-GA) is an advocate for impeaching Biden and a member of the GOP frequently singled out by Democrats for political criticism.

House Republicans aim to conduct the formal vote on initiating the inquiry this week. Nevertheless, they are encountering resistance from Democrats and certain members within their own party.

The GOP’s resistance to the inquiry is diminishing as members from districts won by Biden in 2020 are now endorsing the move. This shift includes Representative Don Bacon (R-NE), who informed Politico that he was changing his stance from opposing the inquiry to supporting it due to the growing likelihood of Biden’s cooperation.

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“The president is saying he isn’t going to provide information until we get an inquiry, so I went from a no to a yes,” he told the outlet.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has led the extensive investigation into Biden.

The inquiry has concentrated on Hunter, specifically his various foreign business dealings and the funds derived from them. In September, the committee conducted an impeachment inquiry hearing as part of this investigation.

Despite the committee’s focus, the White House has consistently asserted that Biden is innocent of any wrongdoing and had no knowledge of his son’s business activities.

Last week, the Oversight and Judiciary Committees issued an official notice for Hunter’s closed-door deposition scheduled for Wednesday. However, the president’s son has been refusing to comply with the subpoena, expressing a willingness to testify only in a public setting.

Hunter’s attorney informed Chairman Comer and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) of this decision last week. In response, Comer and Jordan have issued a threat to hold Hunter in contempt of Congress if he refuses to appear for the closed-door deposition.

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