DOJ Caught Protecting Biden’s Son?

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( – GOP House members have slammed the Department of Justice for allegedly obstructing the investigation into Hunter Biden and his foreign business activities.

On Sunday, the House Oversight Committee noted that they have faced many obstacles in the investigation. However, committee Democrats have pointed out that there was testimony that contradicted the allegations of President Biden being in any way involved with his son Hunter Biden’s activities as a board member of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian gas company between 2014 and 2019. Previously it was alleged that President Joe Biden during his time serving as Vice President under former President Barack Obama had assisted his son in his business dealings.

On Saturday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York sent a letter to Judge Ronnie Abrams to set the date for a former associate of Hunter Biden, Devon Archer to go to prison. In 2018 Archer had been convicted of conspiracy to defraud a Native American tribe and was sentenced to spend one year and one day in prison. However, his prison sentence has been repeatedly postponed because of a number of appeals. Still, a decision about Archer’s prison sentence is not expected to come for at least a few days, as the request needs to be fulfilled by Wednesday.

On Monday, Archer was scheduled to testify in a closed-door meeting before the House Oversight Committee. Archer is expected to state during his testimony that Hunter Biden had put his father on speakerphone during various different business calls. The White House has maintained that President Biden was not aware of or in any way involved with his son’s business affairs.

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