Joe Biden’s entire Presidency has been overshadowed by investigations into his son Hunter.
Media companies have mostly refused to cover the story, but now it’s beginning to snowball.
And the House Oversight Committee just made one request that could land Hunter Biden in hot water.
Evidence continues to build that could lead down a dark and disturbing path for Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden’s laptop has been mostly ignored by leftist media outlets throughout the first few years of his father’s Presidency.
We were told that the laptop was filled with Russian disinformation and that Hunter’s escapades had nothing to do with the President’s political life.
Investigations of the laptop have revealed ample evidence that the Biden family was sharing in the wealth accumulated during Hunter’s overseas business deals.
Once all the dots are connected, Congressional investigators believe they will find proof that the President himself is implicated in Hunter’s businesses.
Darker evidence on Hunter’s laptop shows him with foreign prostitutes and crack-cocaine.
Many try to claim this evidence is personal to Hunter Biden and investigators should ignore it outright.
But after pulling on many threads, the House Oversight Committee seems to be going down a disturbing path.
House Oversight Committee: The DOJ might not be “upholding the rights” of Hunter’s prostitutes
Republicans on the House Oversight Committee are moving forward to investigate Hunter Biden’s activities involving prostitutes.
Photographic evidence and emails on his laptop show he had numerous drug-fueled nights with prostitutes and members of the House Oversight committee want to know if any of them were victims of human trafficking rings.
Republicans expect Biden’s Department of Justice to fully cooperate with their investigation and provide more information before potential impeachment inquiries begin.
“The Committee on Oversight and Accountability continues to investigate whether the Department of Justice is upholding the rights of victims who were sexually exploited by Robert Hunter Biden,” the Committee wrote in a letter to the Department of Justice.
James Comer (R-KY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) are particularly interested in whether the Department of Justice has evidence that supports IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler’s testimony that Hunter Biden violated the Mann Act when he paid prostitutes to cross state-lines for sex.
Prostitutes might be considered “victims” under the Mann Act
“There were some flying people across state lines, paying for their travel, paying for their hotels. They were what we call Mann Act violations,” Ziegler testified.
“Testimony from an Internal Revenue Service Whistleblower indicated that the DOJ compiled a list of potential victims relating to an investigation of Hunter Biden for Mann Act violations,” Comer and Greene wrote in their letter.
“These women may be victims under the Crime Victims’ Rights Act and may also be afforded mandatory restitution pursuant to the Mandatory Victim Restitution Act and we have great skepticism that the DOJ has been adequately communicating with crime victims,” they continued.
Oversight Committee members believe that the Department of Justice is withholding information and described the decision as “alarming.”
Special Counsel David Weiss is still in the process of investigating Hunter Biden, but it remains unclear if he will ultimately be charged for any of the crimes he documented on his laptop.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.