James Comer estimates Biden's bribery tally could top $30 MILLION

Comer explained that the committee has "more bank records coming in ... to exceed $10 million this week," adding, "I think we will get between $20 and 30 million."

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC
On Thursday, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer claimed that incoming bank records will show that Joe Biden and his family raked in $20 to $20 million from foreign nationals, far more than initially anticipated.

Speaking with Fox News' Maria Bartiromo, Comer explained that his committee had already obtained records showing the Bidens received $10 million, and assured her that they would follow the money and reveal every last cent.


"My investigation is about following the money," Comer said. "We're gonna continue following the money, and I can assure you there's more money that we're gonna be able to identify that was transferred between foreign nationals in other countries and the Biden family."

When asked by Bartiromo how much money the committee had already uncovered, Comer explained that they "have more bank records coming in ... to exceed $10 million this week," adding, "I think we will get between $20 and 30 million."

"I'm being very transparent with the American people," Comer continued. "When we find new bank records, when we find another shell company, when we find more evidence of wrongdoing, we immediately offer it to the mainstream media. Eventually, they're gonna cover it, because the evidence is overwhelming."

He went on to slam the Federal Bureau of Investigation under Director Christopher Wray, describing it as "an organization in disarray" and suggesting that partisan, deep state bureaucrats were actually running the show.

With the FBI unwilling to investigate Biden, Comer and his committee have taken it upon themselves to go after leads themselves. On Friday, Hunter Biden's business associate Devon Archer is expected to be deposed by the committee over his "significant" role in the Biden family's overseas business dealings in China, Russia and Ukraine. 

Biden's Ukrainian bribery allegations have intensifed in recent days following the unsealing of an FD-1023 form containing details gathered by an FBI informant.

The FBI source alleged that the founder of Burisma, Mykola Zlochevsky, paid $5 million to one Biden and $5 million to another as a bribe to get Viktor Shokin, the man in charge of investigating Burisma, fired. In 2017, $10 million in earnings were found on Biden's tax returns and attributed to book deals.

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