Oughtta be a Crime: More Witness Interviews Expected to Link Biden Family With Corruption 

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Call it unfounded. Call it a witch hunt. Call it anything but corruption, pleads the mainstream media.  

But calling it by any other name doesn’t exonerate Hunter Biden and his father, President Joe Biden, from their criminal business dealings. The walls are closing in, and House Republicans aren’t done yet.
The House Ways and Means Committee is set to hear testimony this week from several more witnesses who conducted business with Hunter Biden as part of the impeachment inquiry against President Biden. 

Joey Langston, who hosted fundraisers for Joe Biden and contributed thousands of dollars to his political campaigns, will find himself under the spotlight. In 2008, Langston pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to influence a judge by offering “favorable consideration” for a federal judgeship. He received a three-year federal prison sentence and a $250,000 fine. Subsequently, the Mississippi state bar disbarred him, and in 2016, a federal judge rejected his appeals to overturn his conviction for conspiring to bribe a judge and to expunge his record. 

 After Langston lost his appeal, his company, Langston Law Firm Consulting Inc., began making payments totaling more than $200,000 to James and Sara Biden directly and to their entity Lion Hall Group. The committee says it is “interested in the nature and purpose of these payments, of which $187,000 were made during Joe Biden’s vice-presidential term. 

Eric Schwerin will be sitting in the hot seat after the committee acquired bank records indicating that he “had access to bank accounts” pertinent to their investigation. 

During his vice presidency, Joe Biden communicated with Hunter Biden and his business associates through email aliases and private email addresses hundreds of times. Schwerin was among the individuals Biden corresponded with, with most of the email exchanges occurring between 2010 and 2019. The House Ways & Means Committee revealed that 54 emails were exchanged between Joe Biden and Schwerin.  

Direct emails between Schwerin and then-Vice President Biden surged during periods when the vice president traveled to Ukraine. Before Vice President Biden’s June 2014 trip to Ukraine, he and Schwerin exchanged five emails. Following this trip and before Biden’s subsequent November 2014 visit to Ukraine, they exchanged 27 more emails. 

Described by the House Ways & Means Committee as “the architect of the Biden family’s shell companies,” Schwerin’s role has come under new scrutiny. A source familiar with Schwerin’s role in managing then-Vice President Biden’s finances informed Fox News Digital that Schwerin participated in Biden’s personal budgeting and collaborated with his tax preparers. The source also highlighted the regularity of Schwerin’s interactions with Biden and his key advisors, indicating that discussions involving Rosemont Seneca business were bound to arise. 

Schwerin testified in September that Joe Biden was never involved in his son’s business dealings. Recent findings may reveal the opposite when he again testifies in front of House Republicans. 

House Democrats continue to criticize the impeachment inquiry, asserting that witness testimony has not substantiated Republicans’ allegations of Biden’s involvement in, or any benefit from, his son’s business affairs.  

But House Republicans hope the new witnesses shed light on whether Joe Biden, in his roles as vice president or president, took official actions or influenced government policies due to money or other benefits provided to himself or his family. They also hope to reveal whether concerns regarding potential Chinese disclosures about their business ties with the Biden family influenced President Biden’s official actions or U.S. foreign policy. 

Furthermore, Republicans are investigating whether Biden abused his public office by granting foreign interests access to him and his office in exchange for payments to his family or himself. They also question whether he knowingly participated in schemes to enrich his family or himself by giving foreign interests access to him and his office in exchange for payments. 

The White House continues denying Biden’s involvement, even after Biden admitted to exerting pressure on Ukraine to dismiss Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin while serving as vice president. Shokin was probing Burisma Holdings, a company where Hunter Biden held a lucrative board position and received substantial monthly payments. During that period, the vice president reportedly threatened to withhold $1 billion in crucial U.S. aid if Shokin was not removed from his position. Biden’s supporters argue that the vice president advocated for Shokin’s dismissal due to concerns about corruption, asserting that his firing aligned with the policy stance of the U.S. and the international community. 

Apparently, this policy stance also includes accepting payments from foreign nationals. The Biden family has seen millions of dollars in profits from sketchy overseas business deals, a fact that is largely ignored by the media.  

It’s good to be the king.