Biden’s Son Caught Lying Again

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( – A GOP-led House Committee released evidence showing Hunter Biden lied to Congress during his deposition.

On Monday, the House Way and Means Committee released evidence of IRS whistleblowers allegedly confirming Hunter Biden lied to Congress in his deposition on February 28 of this year.

During his deposition Hunter Biden was questioned about his connection to Rosemont Seneca Bohai and the organization’s associated bank accounts. He was also asked whether he served as the entity’s corporate secretary.

However, on Monday, the panel revealed that the President’s son and his business partner Devon Archer had used bank accounts associated with Rosemont Seneca Bohai to park payments “from overseas business dealings,” including millions from “foreign sources,” and “salary from Burisma” while Joe Biden was Vice President.

The Committee noted that during his deposition, Hunter Biden denied Rosemont Seneca Bohai and its associated bank accounts being under his control or affiliated with him.

Hunter Biden also suggested he “didn’t even know there was such a thing,” when asked about his role as the organization’s corporate secretary. But, the panel posted a 2014 resolution signed by the President’s son that showed he was made acting secretary.

The Committee highlighted that Hunter Biden wasn’t only “the beneficial owner of a bank account” in Rosemont Seneca Bohai’s name but that he had signed documentation affirming his involvement as acting secretary.

In its report, the panel noted that President Joe Biden enjoyed reminding Americans “that ‘no one is above the law,'” explaining that in that vein, it would be referring Hunter Biden to the Justice Department for criminal prosecution.

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