Report highlights key Hunter Biden revelations from congressional probe

 January 1, 2024

The Washington Examiner just published a year-end report in which it highlighted some of the major discoveries that have been made by Congress in its investigation of Hunter Biden. 

The outlet focuses on four investigative findings in particular.

The alleged bribery scheme

First, the Examiner calls attention to the bribery scheme - involving President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden - that was alleged by a trusted FBI source.

The source claimed that Joe and Hunter Biden each received $5 million from the founder of Burisma Holdings - the Ukrainian energy company on whose board Hunter sat - in exchange for getting the prosecutor fired who was investigating the company.

This is the same situation in which Joe Biden once was caught on camera bragging about getting the prosecutor fired after he threatened - as the U.S. vice president - to withhold funding from Ukraine.

The whistleblower

Next up, the Examiner highlights the "whistleblower X" situation.

The whistleblower is IRS Special Agent Joseph Ziegler. He along with another whistleblower - IRS Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapely -  were once involved in the agency's investigation of Hunter Biden, and both individuals have made some surprising revelations about the agency's investigation of Biden.

The Examiner reports:

Ziegler's testimony served as evidence of how the DOJ "refused to follow evidence that implicated Joe Biden, tipped off Hunter Biden’s attorneys, allowed the clock to run out with respect to certain charges, and put Hunter Biden on the path to a sweetheart plea deal," according to [House Oversight Committee Chairman James] Comer [R-KY].

The aliases

Next up, the Examiner calls attention to the discovery of Joe Biden's countless aliases.

The Examiner reports:

In August, officials from the National Archives and Records Administration found nearly 5,400 records containing pseudonyms used by President Biden while he was vice president. The records determined that he used the email addresses,, and to communicate during his vice presidency — including with his son.

What investigators have been trying to do is link these communications to the Biden family business to dispel the narrative that Joe Biden was not involved in his son's international dealings.

Devon Archer

Finally, there is the congressional testimony of Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter Biden. This testimony has also been used to dispel the notion that Joe Biden was not involved in his son's business dealings.

As the Examiner reports, Archer revealed that Hunter Biden would often put his father on the phone with the people whom he was doing business with.

These are four of many findings that have been made by congressional investigators of the Biden family business in 2023. We'll have to see what the investigators find in 2024 and whether Joe Biden will be able to continue to avoid accountability.

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