Behind Closed Doors: What Really Went Down

As we approach the highly-anticipated closed-door congressional testimony of Devon Archer, a longtime friend and business partner of Hunter Biden, it’s crucial to shed light on the theme of the week: obstruction of justice.

In any other scenario, the House Oversight Committee would be laser-focused on questioning Archer about the web of corruption surrounding the Biden family. One of the central inquiries would revolve around President Biden’s level of involvement in leveraging his political influence for personal gain.

Hunter Biden, the President’s controversial son, appears to have been the driving force behind these dubious business dealings, aided by Archer and other associates such as the President’s brother, Jim Biden, along with business partners James Bulger, Rob Walker, James Gilliar, and Eric Scherwin.

The most pressing question is why the Bidens chose to engage in business transactions with agents of corrupt and anti-American governments. Did these foreign regimes receive anything of comparable value in return for the payments made to the Bidens? This seems doubtful unless access to Joe Biden himself (both during his vice presidency and presidential campaign) is considered as the supposed “”value.””

The questionable nature of this business endeavor is further evident in the unconventional payment structure. Instead of straightforward transactions, the Bidens opted for a perplexing approach reminiscent of money launderers. They broke down multimillion-dollar foreign transfers into smaller, less noticeable amounts. These funds were then directed through a complex web of transfer channels, bank accounts, and business entities that seemingly existed only to collect money without generating any tangible value.

The setup of 20 limited liability companies and payments made to nine Biden family members (including grandchildren and others with no connection to the actual business) raise serious red flags about transparency and legitimacy.

However, this corruption investigation is far from ordinary. As witnessed in the recent collapse of Hunter Biden’s plea deal in Delaware, the Biden Justice Department appears to be more interested in protecting the Bidens than genuinely investigating them.

The first question to be asked of Devon Archer is, “”Why are you here?”” In a legitimate criminal investigation, the Justice Department would not allow essential witnesses to testify before Congress. Witnesses are usually extensively prepared for their court testimonies, but in a congressional hearing, the level of preparation may not be as thorough, leading to potential misunderstandings and misinterpretations.

The Biden case raises suspicions that a genuine investigation is not underway. The actions of the Justice Department, including Attorney General Merrick Garland’s refusal to appoint an external special counsel, strongly suggest that the primary goal is to shield the President rather than uncover the truth.

As we approach the closed-door testimony, we must persist in seeking answers. Let us uncover the depths of what the Justice Department, the FBI, and the IRS have been inquiring about President Biden’s role in this questionable business. The American people deserve to know the truth, and it’s time to put an end to the obstruction of justice.

Stay vigilant for further updates as this story unfolds!

Source Fox News