House Hearing on China Devolves into Shouting Match Over Biden Allegations

A House hearing on China turned chaotic as Republican Rep. James Comer and Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin got into a shouting match. The argument erupted when Raskin questioned the Republican-led investigation into alleged corruption involving President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s business dealings in China. The tensions continued to rise as Comer asked Raskin about allegations that China had bribed the Biden family with $9 million, referencing Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, who claimed that the president was involved in his son’s business in China.

Raskin fired back, stating that the bribery claim had been discredited and challenged Comer to move for Joe Biden’s impeachment if he believed it. The two representatives went back and forth, trading barbs and accusations, with both suggesting the other needed therapy. The contention escalated until the committee dissolved into chaos, and Comer had to use a gavel to regain control.

In a memo released by Comer, it was detailed that Hunter Biden had allegedly demanded a $10 million payment from a company with ties to the Chinese Communist Party and received money from them. The memo also mentioned that Hunter Biden wired money to a company owned by Joe Biden’s brother and sister-in-law, with the memo citing bank records.

In the end, Comer emphasized the need for answers regarding what the Biden family did to receive the money from China. The article ended with a plea to support The Western Journal’s fight for truthfulness in covering the 2024 election and against big tech and the elites.

The article provides an insight into the animosity and disagreement between the two parties regarding the investigation into alleged corruption involving the Biden family and their business dealings in China. The focus on the need for transparency and the call for support in the upcoming election speaks to the conservative values and concerns about the current political landscape.

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