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Hunter Biden Bombshell: Implicates Dad as ‘Big Guy’ in $5M China Deal

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Hunter Biden’s closed-door deposition before the House Oversight Committee focused on his father, President Joe Biden, in relation to a 2017 business project.

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene highlighted Hunter Biden’s response regarding a 10 percent stake for “the big guy,” indicating no profit sharing with Joe Biden.

“At one point, we asked Hunter about the 10 percent for ‘the big guy.’ We showed him the email that it laid it all out,” Greene said.

“And he said, ‘Oh, that was after my father left office,” she said.

“What’s wrong with having a pie-in-the-sky idea? When [Joe Biden] left office in 2017, I thought he was done. I had no idea he was gonna run for president. What’s wrong with just some pie?” Greene quoted Hunter Biden as having said.

“Hunter said, ‘When it came down to the agreement that we signed, there was no percentage for my father in the business,’” Greene noted.

Hunter Biden claimed innocence in business matters involving his father and Burisma Holdings.

“He was saying, ‘It’s totally normal for your parents to call you,’” Greene said. “He just totally kept on saying, ‘Oh, this is normal. This is normal.’”

“I have a prediction that they’re gonna move it on to members of Congress like me and others, Jim Jordan, Jamie Comer, any of us that got hot and heavy on this Ukraine Burisma stuff, that they’re somehow going to say that Republicans are Russian sympathizers. They’re gonna call me that anyway because I won’t fund the Ukraine war,” Greene said.

“They’re probably going to accuse us of being Russian sympathizers and falling for Russian disinformation and its election meddling. And then Democratic members of Congress here already saying they will not certify Trump’s election if he wins,” she said, noting that there was “a really weird theme in there with the whole Russian thing.”

The session ultimately led to plans for a public hearing in the impeachment inquiry.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said Hunter’s session “proves several bits of our evidence that we’ve been conducting throughout this investigation.”

“There are also some contradictory statements that I think need further review,” he said.

“So this impeachment inquiry will now go to the next phase, which will be a public hearing,” Comer said.

Hunter Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, called for an end to the investigation following the deposition.

“The transcripts of witnesses who have been called to date, including Hunter’s, makes it obvious that there is nothing left to ask, answer, say or do. This illegitimate inquiry should have ended long before their star witness was indicted for lying, but it wasn’t. Now that Hunter has put this partisan conspiracy to the lie that it is — on the record and under oath — this political charade should finally come to an end,” Lowell said.

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