The shortest month of the year is shaping up to be a real doozy for the House Oversight Committee. It’s like they say, big things come in small packages! First up, we’ve got James Biden, President Joe Biden’s brother, gracing the Committee with his presence for a little chat on February 21. And yes, you heard that right, folks! The Biden family just can’t seem to stay out of the spotlight. James Biden’s name has been thrown around in testimony from other Biden pals, with some juicy tidbits about him wanting to get his hands on some payments from a Chinese government-linked entity.
And that’s not all, folks! There’s more dirt on James Biden. Remember Rob Walker? Well, he spilled the beans about James Biden wanting a piece of the pie from a deal with a Chinese company. But wait, there’s more! Hunter Biden apparently told Walker to dish out some dough to James Biden and even his sister-in-law, despite them not even being involved in the business. Who knew the Biden family tree had so many branches reaching out for a payday?
🚨Disbarred attorney jailed for bribery testifies he gave James Biden $800K in loans, only got half back in new twist https://t.co/MlIVNWh8Jz
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) February 2, 2024
But wait, there’s more! The Committee also wants a Hollywood producer named Lanette Phillips to have a little chit-chat with them. Apparently, Phillips introduced Hunter Biden to some fancy folks at a fundraiser for President Biden back in 2019. It seems like everyone and their grandma is getting involved in the Biden family drama. It’s like a soap opera, but with more politics and way less glamour.
As if that wasn’t enough, there’s talk of some scandal involving James Biden and a disbarred attorney who claims he loaned James Biden big bucks, but only got half of it back. And to add some spice to the mix, James Biden was allegedly cooking up plans for a law firm that would employ his nephew Hunter Biden and his wife. I mean, who needs reality TV when you’ve got all this political drama unfolding before your very eyes?
So there you have it, folks! The House Oversight Committee is serving up a full course meal of drama and scandal this February, with the Biden family at the center of it all. It’s like a never-ending saga of influence-peddling, questionable deals, and Hollywood connections. Who needs Netflix when you’ve got Washington, D.C. to keep you entertained?