In a potential bombshell development, Devon Archer, a former close associate of Hunter Biden in Ukraine, is set to testify under oath before Congress about numerous meetings he claims took place between then-Vice President Joe Biden and Hunter’s business partners. The hearings, scheduled for this week, could cast doubt on President Biden’s repeated denials of any knowledge or involvement in his son’s foreign business dealings.
Archer’s expected testimony before the House Oversight Committee, as confirmed by Fox News Digital, could reveal instances where Hunter introduced his father to various foreign business partners and potential investors. This would directly challenge President Biden’s insistence that he had no involvement in his son’s business affairs.
The committee, led by Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., is keen to explore whether the Bidens used the influence of the vice presidency to secure business deals and engage in alleged corruption. As the investigation unfolds, evidence suggests that President Biden may have played a more significant role than he admits, benefiting financially from deals with questionable foreign entities.
With the anticipated testimony, Republicans hope to shed light on the elder Biden’s potential involvement in his family’s business affairs, which they see as a clear case of putting personal interests before American interests. However, they also believe that corporate media and the Justice Department are working to cover up for the Bidens, preventing full transparency and accountability for the American people.
Archer’s testimony could include specific examples of Joe Biden’s engagement in Hunter’s business deals, such as a notable meeting in Dubai in 2015. Hunter Biden met with Ukrainian energy company Burisma’s owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, during this meeting, and reportedly called his father, the then-Vice President, during their conversation. At the time, Burisma was paying Hunter $83,000 per month as a director.
The timing of this call with Zlochevsky becomes significant, as it occurred just three days before then-Vice President Biden traveled to Kyiv to address the Ukrainian parliament. Coincidentally, shortly after Biden’s visit, Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired, raising questions about the firing’s true motivations.
Republicans are determined to uncover the truth behind these dealings and seek accountability for any potential misconduct. They argue that it is essential to ensure that public officials, regardless of their political affiliation, prioritize the interests of the American people and uphold the highest standards of integrity and transparency.
As Archer’s testimony unfolds, the American public awaits answers about President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business affairs and the potential implications for U.S. national interests.
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