KJP Dismisses Biden Fraud: ‘Zero Evidence’

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre stated on Wednesday that there is “zero evidence” of misconduct on President Joe Biden’s part following the House’s summoning of the president’s son and brother.

The House Oversight Committee issued subpoenas to Hunter and James Biden and their former business associate, Rob Walker, requesting information about the Bidens’ financial activities.

A reporter remarked to KJP that he could confirm that Comer’s Oversight Committee subpoenaed Hunter Biden, James Biden, and Rob Walker, an associate of the Biden family business. He asked if she would like to make a comment.

She stated that investigators have been searching for evidence of presidential wrongdoing for the past 12 months but have not found any. The Republican Party has continued to make baseless accusations against the president and his family.

According to a House document released in September, the Biden family and its affiliates earned nearly $24 million from Russia, Ukraine, China, Kazakhstan, and Romania in 2014 and continued through 2019. In September, Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, issued a subpoena for the financial and personal documents of Hunter and James Biden.

Comer has recently released bank records indicating that Biden’s family members received $40,000 from Chinese business acquaintances in 2017. Around the time the then-vice president received the check, Hunter informed his office manager that he was office mates with Biden. Hunter sent $150,000 to the Lion Hall Group, led by James and Sara Biden, in the same year.

In July, Devon Archer, a former business associate of Hunter, testified before Congress and mentioned that Vice President Biden had communicated with Hunter’s business associates. Archer said that during Biden’s time as vice president, he had a meeting with a Chinese business contact in Beijing and subsequently wrote a letter of recommendation for the associate’s daughter.
KJP insists there is “zero evidence.”