Recently, Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., and several other members of the House Oversight Committee visited the Treasury Department to review records related to the Biden family and their past business associates. They were investigating whether these individuals pose a threat to national security. However, when Mace spoke about the allegations of corruption regarding the Biden family and Hunter Biden’s business dealings on CNN, host Kaitlan Collins called her remarks “controversial.”
Mace emphasized that there were over 170 suspicious activity reports and that potentially up to a dozen Biden family members could be involved. She called for a thorough investigation into the allegations and demanded that people put their money where their mouth is. Mace said there were more questions than answers and more Biden family members involved than people knew.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who also reviewed the documents, said the panel has “identified six additional members of Joe Biden’s family who may have benefited from the Biden family’s businesses that we are investigating, bringing the total number of those involved or benefiting to nine.” He vowed to “soon provide the public with more information about what we’ve uncovered to date.”
The Oversight Committee will continue to pursue additional bank records to follow the Bidens’ tangled web of financial transactions to determine if the Biden family has been targeted by foreign actors and if there is a national security threat. It’s time to hold the Biden family accountable for their actions, and the American people need transparency and accountability.