Biden Compromised Business Deals Are No Problem, White House Says

Despite acknowledging he had not seen the House Oversight Committee report on the Biden family’s business operations, National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby disputed on Monday that they were a threat to national security.

The Biden family firm got at least $10 million over many years from business scams in Romania and China in exchange for what seems to be influence peddling, according to an investigation released in May by the House Oversight Committee. 

Two of Joe Biden’s grandkids were among the nine family members who got money from the family’s international businesses, as discovered by the probe.

During Monday’s press briefing at the White House, Kirby was asked by a reporter if he had read the report and if he thought there were national security concerns.

Kirby said no to both questions, which is odd to hold an adamant position on something you know nothing about.

During a White House press conference, reporters brought up the Biden family company for the second time in a week on Monday.

On Wednesday, a reporter questioned Kirby about a Harvard/Harris survey that revealed 53% of Americans, including 24% of Democrats, believe that President Joe Biden had involvement with Hunter Biden’s influence peddling racket.

The reporter framed the question nicely, asking him what he would say to most people who believe Biden is corrupt.

Kirby, who never read the report, said, “Wow, there’s nothing to these claims.”

An unclassified document purportedly detailing a deal between then-Vice President Joe Biden and a foreign individual involving the exchange of money for policy choices has prompted queries from Congress.

The FBI obtained the paper while interviewing the oft-used informant, whose credibility is “high.” The FBI has used this source since the Obama administration.

Director of the FBI Christopher Wray did not comply with a subpoena issued by the House Oversight Committee and provided the requested records. James Comer, the Republican from Kentucky,  the committee’s chair, said on Monday that he plans to take action and charge Wray with contempt of Congress on Thursday.

But there’s “nothing to the claims.” 

Let’s go after Trump.