The Biden family is about to be exposed once and for all

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The days of DC bureaucrats being immune to the law are over. And it all starts with the Bidens.

Because the Biden family is about to be exposed once and for all for their crimes.

One of the biggest questions hanging over Joe Biden’s presidency lies with his son Hunter who has been facing potential investigations over his business dealings and alleged criminal activity.

And when The New York Post saw their article on the Hunter Biden laptop being blocked and suppressed on major social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, it only raised more questions than ever before.

Elon Musk released the Twitter Files has also exposed how the federal government conspired with these social media companies to go out of their way to keep the New York Post article out of the hands of the American public as much as possible.

But the cover is now being blown to pieces.

House Republicans are serious about their intentions to investigate this story as well as everything else surrounding the Bidens.

The House Oversight Committee will hear testimony from former Twitter employees about how the social media company handled news on President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, next week.

The three former executives will testify before Congress for the first time during the scheduled hearing, which was confirmed by the committee on Monday. They will talk about the company’s choice to initially block a New York Post article from Twitter that was found on Hunter Biden’s laptop in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election.

Republicans believe that the story was hidden for political purposes, but no supporting documentation has been made public. Former chief legal officer Vijaya Gadde, former deputy general counsel James Baker, and former head of safety and integrity Yoel Roth are anticipated to testify at the hearing on February 8.

As Republicans exercise their new, albeit slight, the majority in the House, this hearing is one of many that will be centered on Biden and his family.

The New York Post initially revealed in October 2020 that it had obtained a copy of the laptop’s hard drive from former President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. Hunter Biden had left the laptop at a Delaware computer repair shop 18 months prior and never picked it up. For a few days, Twitter initially prohibited users from sharing links to the news.

Later, the then-CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, referred to the company’s comments over the Post piece as “not great.” He stated that it was “unacceptable” to ban the URL of the article with “zero context” as to why it was blocked.

Due to concerns about the laptop’s history, particularly Giuliani’s involvement, and because senior Trump administration officials had already issued a warning that Russia was attempting to harm Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 race, the Post article at the time was met with skepticism. Since the Kremlin meddled in the 2016 election by hacking Democratic emails, which were then made public, there was considerable concern in Washington that Russia would do the same in the 2020 election.

Rep. James Comer, head of the Oversight committee, stated during a press conference on Monday that this is the reason his committee is looking into the Biden family for possible influence peddling.

“We want to make sure that our national security is not compromised.”

The Republican investigations of Hunter Biden have been attacked by the White House as “political stunts divorced from reality.”

However, Republicans now have the ability to issue subpoenas in the House, allowing them to force testimony and launch a vigorous inquiry. The younger son of the president’s laptop was found to include messages and financial transactions, which GOP employees have spent the last year investigating. The evidence they have gathered, according to Comer, is “overwhelming” but did not provide any details.

Comer has promised that no hearings will be held involving the Biden family until the committee gets the proof to support any allegations of impropriety. He also agreed that there are significant risks involved whenever a political party leader is the subject of an investigation.

At a National Press Club event on Monday, the Kentucky Republican stated that he could not ensure that Hunter Biden would be subpoenaed during his term.

“We’re going to go where the investigation leads us. Maybe there’s nothing there.”

Stay tuned for more updates on the Hunter Biden investigations.