WILD New Hunter Biden Subpoenas Begin to Fly

Of all of the schemes that the Biden family has been accused of during their lengthy and lucrative time in the public eye, the most nefarious all seem to run straight through First Son Hunter Biden.

The rumors of Hunter’s involvement in an international influence-peddling racket have been persistent for years, and recent revelations discovered deep in his “laptop from Hell” appear to have corroborated at least some portions of the story.

The House GOP is now taking substantial action in an attempt to substantiate these claims, and it could see some of Hunter Biden’s former business associates’ bank records being handed over to Congress. 

It was revealed in a letter by top Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin to House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer that Comer had quietly subpoenaed Bank of America for records relating to three of Hunter Biden’s business associates.In the letter, Raskin complains that Democrat members of the committee weren’t notified at least two days before the subpoenas were issued.

A copy of the letter was obtained by CNN, and they report that “The subpoena specifically targets US citizen John Robinson “Rob” Walker and other associates of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, who formed a “a joint venture” with executives of CEFC China Energy, a now-bankrupt Chinese energy conglomerate.”

Walker could be intimately involved in Hunter’s business.

Of note, Walker was caught on a recording complaining to Hunter whistleblower Tony Bobulinski ““You’re just going to bury all of us” back in 2020. Walker was among the recipients on an infamous email chain involving Hunter and James Biden, and business partners James Gilliar and Bobulinski, which includes a reference to “10% for the big guy” that’s believed to be Joe Biden.

These international entanglements are concerning for a number of reasons, not the least of which would concern the Biden family’s potential deference for certain foreign nations and actors, but not for reasons that comport with the duties of the office of the President.