Nancy Mace tells Bannon there are 'far more' Hunter Biden records for GOP to go through, adds that Christopher Wray will be held 'in contempt'

"What I've seen is damning," Mace told Bannon.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
On Sunday, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) joined Steve Bannon's War Room to discuss the House Oversight Committee's ongoing investigation into President Biden and his son Hunter's shady foreign business dealings

Sitting in unfathomable disbelief as she discussed the two-tiered system of justice in the United States, Mace told Bannon that the House Oversight Committee is moving to hold FBI director Christopher Wray in contempt of Congress for refusing to hand over the subpoenaed documents that implicate President Biden.

She then slammed Biden's Department of Justice for indicting President Donald Trump over the classified documents found at Mar-A-Lago, while not complying with the congressional subpoena for the document that is said to be a "smoking gun."

"What I've seen is damning," Mace told Bannon. "I want the American people to have access to the same information that I do. I want them to come to their own conclusions."

Rep. Mace said that the House Oversight Committee has a "hell of a lot more work to do" and revealed that the committee has happened upon evidence that reveals President Biden and his son Hunter Biden allegedly "bragging" about "hiding the money."

"We have far more bank records we've got to go over because they hid the money," Mace explained. "They bragged about hiding the money yesterday in the 1023 document and said, 'It would take the American people ten years to find it.'"

"That's how convoluted they are," Rep. Mace told Bannon, adding that the Biden's bragged how "complicated the shell company network was that we would never find the money in ten years."

The congresswoman vowed that the House Oversight Committee will continue to take action to hold the president accountable for the alleged illegal bribes his family has received from foreign businesses, and explained that chairman Comer has been informed of additional 1023 documents that further implicate the president.

She said that should Congress not receive the subpoenaed documents, FBI director Christopher Wray will be "held in contempt."

On President Trump's indictment, Mace slammed the Biden administration and said, "This was done on purpose. On the same day that we got access to information that corroborated corruption in the Biden family."

The document, which has been substantiated by a credible whistleblower, reveals that President Biden allegedly took a $5 million illegal bribe to press for a Ukrainian prosecutor who was investigating a corrupt energy company. Joe Biden's son, Hunter, sat on the board of the same company. Joe Biden additionally bragged about withholding US funds allocated to Ukraine until they fired the prosecutor, who he publicly claimed was corrupt.
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