Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Representative James Comer of Kentucky, expressed his discontent to FOX News Sunday regarding the limited email disclosures by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) related to President Biden. This comes amidst the House’s ongoing impeachment investigation.
A recent lawsuit revealed that NARA had more than 5,300 emails and documents, some of which are believed to contain aliases that Biden might have used during his time as Vice President. These aliases, according to some House Republicans, were allegedly for communications with his son, Hunter.
The Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) stated that despite filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request in June 2022, they have yet to see any document.
This lawsuit was initiated after Rep. Comer reached out to NARA, seeking undistorted email communications between Biden and his son on topics like Ukraine, Burisma, and any aliases used.
On the show “Sunday Night in America,” Rep. Comer disclosed that out of the many emails, only 14 have been shared by NARA.
Comer emphasized, “We expect to see all the emails in their original form.” He further commented on the minimal email release, suggesting a possible media bias supporting the Biden administration. He believes the impeachment inquiry might push for a more rapid release of documents against potential bureaucratic delays.
Comer also touched upon alleged financial activities of the Biden family, hinting at transactions from countries including Romania and China that reportedly passed through intermediary firms to the Bidens. Comer expressed concerns about the money’s journey post its deposit into the Bidens’ personal accounts.
In a conversation with host Trey Gowdy about the possibility of obtaining Biden’s private bank records, Comer hinted, “We might have to request those records.”
Comer concluded by suggesting that evidence indicates that Joe Biden might have benefited from his family’s influential connections, and their investigation will continue in that direction.