Jim Jordan Reveals Details of Biden Inquiry

The impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, which was opened in November of last year, has now honed in on three potential crimes, according to House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-OH). In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News Saturday, Jordan revealed that the inquiry is looking into allegations of bribery, abuse of power, and obstruction of justice.

The potential charges against Biden come as a result of the ongoing investigation into his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine and China. According to Jordan, there is evidence to suggest that Joe Biden may have been involved in his son’s activities, which could amount to bribery.

Furthermore, the inquiry is also examining whether Biden abused his power as vice president to benefit his son’s business ventures. This includes allegations that Biden pressured the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor who was investigating the company that Hunter Biden was working for. Some have argued that this could be considered an abuse of power.

Jordan also revealed that the inquiry is looking into possible obstruction of justice by Joe Biden. He pointed to Hunter Biden’s recent press conference, where he stated that his father was not financially involved in his business activities. Jordan believes that this statement may have been an attempt to obstruct the investigation, as it contradicts previous statements made by the Biden family.

In order to fully determine the charges, if any, against Joe Biden, Jordan stated that the inquiry needs to hold more interviews with Biden associates who have so far refused to cooperate. This includes individuals such as Eric Schwerin, a business partner of Hunter Biden, and Jim Biden, Joe Biden’s brother.

Jordan also mentioned that the committee needs to speak with Rob Walker, another business partner of Hunter Biden, and Kevin Morris, an individual who paid a significant portion of Hunter Biden’s taxes.

Overall, Jordan emphasized that it is crucial for the inquiry to complete its investigative work before making a decision on whether to move forward with articles of impeachment. He said that the committee needs to talk to these individuals and finalize its findings before making a decision.

The House investigation into the Biden family has been ongoing for over a year and has revealed new details about the family’s business dealings. The committee has shown that Joe Biden and nine other family members received payments from foreign businesses, including two of his grandchildren.

As the inquiry moves forward, the potential charges against Joe Biden will likely be under intense scrutiny. And with the deadline for the committee's decision on articles of impeachment looming, the coming months will crucial for the future of the Biden presidency.

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