OSHKOSH – On Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), ranking member of the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, and U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, shared documents and banking records obtained in the course of their multi-year investigation into the Biden family’s foreign business entanglements with the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s office, which has an ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter Biden. The production follows repeated attempts by the senators to ensure that the criminal probe is thorough and free from political interference. However, those inquiries have been ignored by U.S. Attorney David Weiss and filtered through Department of Justice (DOJ) headquarters without sufficient assurances as to the completeness of the investigation.
“Today, in light of your and DOJ’s failure to respond to our legitimate congressional oversight requests and as part of our ongoing congressional investigation, we are transmitting to you over two hundred pages of records relating to the Biden family’s connections to the Chinese regime and persons connected to its military and intelligence elements,” Johnson and Grassley wrote in a letter to U.S. Attorney David Weiss.
“If you are conducting a full and complete investigation, you should already possess these records. In the case that you are not and do not possess these records, we suggest that you review them in detail,” their letter continued.
The letter was accompanied by 220 pages of bank records and contracts obtained by the senators, more than 100 of which have never been previously released.
The letter summarizes key elements of the Biden family’s engagements with individuals linked to the Chinese communist party and Chinese intelligence services, and the financial transactions that followed. The senators previously revealed some of the material in a 2020 report, a November 2020 supplemental report and later in a series of floor speeches in March and April of this year. The production to the U.S. Attorney’s office includes previously undisclosed transactions along with copies of executed contracts and credit card agreements that the senators had previously made public.
Read more about Johnson and Grassley’s letter and related documents in Fox News.
A copy of the investigative materials can be found here.