Rep. Comer Predicts Imminent Report on Criminal Allegations Against President Biden


Rep. James Comer (R-KY) predicted that a report would be released “very soon” listing criminal allegations against President Joe Biden.

Comer appeared on Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures to offer an update on the House Oversight Committee’s investigation into Hunter Biden, the president’s second-eldest son. As the committee’s chair, Comer suggested that the “next step will be accountability for Joe Biden.”

“I think that it’s no secret that Joe Biden’s committed many crimes, and I think that you’re going to see a report very soon. That report is imminent,” Comer said. “That’ll probably be an interim report that updates everyone on the crimes that Biden and his administration have committed throughout this investigation and through the years of the Obama-Biden Administration.”

Host Maria Bartiromo asked why the committee won’t use its subpoena power to dig deeper into the president, Comer explained why it’s not that simple.

“We’ve subpoenaed all the associates. The only person we haven’t talked to is Joe Biden. As you know, it’s hard to subpoena a sitting president, or the Democrats would have done that to Donald Trump,” Comer said. “But I think what we’ve done in all of our deposition cans and interviews has been very substantive, and it’s going to be very useful in accountability.”

Meanwhile, Hunter Biden is in the middle of defending himself in criminal court over three felony gun charges against him. Biden is alleged to have lied about his drug use on a federal form that allowed him to own a gun. Over the course of the time he possessed the gun, prosecutors allege he was reckless and allegedly disposed of the gun near a school.

Should he be found guilty, the first son will face anywhere between months and years in prison. Biden previously rejected a plea deal surrounding the charges.

Jenny Goldsberry
Jenny Goldsberry
Jenny Goldsberry covers social media and trending news. She’s a 2020 Brigham Young University graduate with a major in communications and minor in Japanese. She was born in Utah and has previous newsroom experience at the Salt Lake Tribune and Utah’s NPR station.

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