Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) and House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) got into a heated argument during a recent committee meeting on the U.S. General Services Administration, but Comer has reiterated his commitment to transparency. Speaking out against Moskowitz's remarks and endorsing his willingness to be transparent on Hannity's program, Comer declared, "I was not going to sit there and let Moscowitz lie about me and my family." We are really sincere and upfront. I talk about my money with everyone. I told him that if they came to my hometown in Monroe County, Kentucky, I would pay for his plane ticket.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 15, 2023
In response to allegations that he granted his brother a $200,000 personal loan during the meeting, Moskowitz recommended that Comer take a deposition. The business dealings of President Joe Biden and his brother James Biden during Biden's tenure as vice president were examined prior to this probe. Comer was obviously offended by the hints and disagreed with Moskowitz's idea.
Comer refused to give up. He reiterated his commitment to transparency and said he would provide the House Oversight Committee with his financial records in exchange for the Bidens disclosing theirs. "I will do that if that's what it takes to get the Bidens to open their books." "I will do anything to get the American people answers about how corrupt this Biden family is," Comer stated. Additionally, he claimed that White House employee Ian Sams was attempting to damage his reputation by disguising the alleged wrongdoing of the Biden family.
Comer is continuously investigating the Biden family's financial dealings with the assistance of Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jim Jordan (R-OH). Their primary objective is to gather information regarding alleged "criminal bribery" and money laundering activities involving Hunter Biden, President Biden, other family members, and foreign nationals.