New Documents Reveal Hunter Biden Lied to Congress


The House Ways and Means Committee unveiled new whistleblower documents on Wednesday, which the Republican chairman claims demonstrate that Hunter Biden misled Congress in February.

“For months, [Internal Revenue Service] whistleblowers have provided evidence to this Committee that gives us insight into a long-running Biden family influence-peddling scheme,” Smith said during the committee’s material review session on Wednesday morning. “New documents provided by the whistleblowers show that Hunter Biden repeatedly lied to Congress in his February deposition to distance his involvement in what should be considered a clear scheme to enrich the Biden family.”

House lawmakers conducted extensive reviews of the Biden family’s finances and interviewed business partners who validated claims of financial misconduct under federal scrutiny.

Last summer, two IRS whistleblowers came forward, exposing how the Department of Justice (DOJ) interfered with the Hunter Biden investigation by disrupting and delaying it. They allege that the DOJ hindered investigative efforts, “slow-walked” cooperation with tax agents, and even concealed crucial evidence implicating President Joe Biden in a criminal bribery scheme.

House investigators also interviewed Hunter Biden as part of a presidential impeachment inquiry after uncovering more than 20 shell companies established by the Biden family to channel tens of millions of dollars from foreign oligarchs. Smith pointed out three particular lies on Wednesday.

“First, Hunter Biden lied about the recipient of a WhatsApp message sent apparently intending to threaten a business associate and demand payment,” Smith explained.

In the message, Hunter Biden twice mentioned he was with his father. In the deposition, Hunter Biden sought to dismiss the message, claiming that he was either quote “high or drunk” when he sent it, and in that state, had sent it to the wrong Zhao, and not actually the one affiliated with the Chinese energy company, CEFC.

“Phone records in front of the Committee today,” Chairman Smith added, “show Hunter Biden sent the message to the correct Chinese businessman by the name of Raymond Zhao, who was not only affiliated with CEFC, but knew exactly what Hunter Biden was talking about.”

Rep. Harriet Hageman, R-Wyo., told Truth Voices following Hunter Biden’s testimony that the president’s son frequently invoked struggles with addiction to avoid accountability.

“When we tried to get into details,” Hageman said, Biden responded with “‘Well, I don’t have a memory of that.’”

The second lie Smith referred to was Hunter Biden’s denial of being the corporate secretary for the firm Rosemont Seneca Bohai.

“The truth is in his own handwriting, and it is in front of our Committee today,” Smith said. An document dated April 29, 2014, states, “I, Robert Hunter Biden, hereby certify that I am the duly elected, qualified, and acting Secretary of Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC, a Corporation organized and existing under the Laws of the State of DE.”

“Third,” Smith said, “Hunter Biden lied during his deposition when he said he never helped individuals obtain U.S. visas.”

An email provided to the committee between Hunter Biden and Ukrainian business partners, however, reads, “Hunter is checking with Miguel Aleman to see if he can provide cover to Kola on the Visa.”

Kola was the “CEO of Burisma, Nikolay Zlochevsky,” Smith explained. The email also revealed that Zlochevsky’s “U.S. visa was revoked” because “there was concern about his foreign travel.”

House Republicans leading the Biden impeachment probe have indicated that they will pursue criminal referrals to the Department of Justice instead of formal articles of impeachment. Voters, however, will cast ballots in this year’s presidential rematch with much more information regarding the Biden family business ventures than they had in 2020 when news related to corruption scandals was suppressed by major online platforms.

Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice
Tristan Justice is our western correspondent and the author of Social Justice Redux, a conservative newsletter on culture, health, and wellness. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and The Daily Signal. His work has also been featured in Real Clear Politics and Fox News. Tristan graduated from George Washington University where he majored in political science and minored in journalism.

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