BREAKING: He Testifies Today

( – In outstanding news for the country seeking accountability for a highly possible criminal conduct, Hunter Biden is set to give his very much anticipated deposition on Capitol Hill as part of the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

This session is set to happen behind closed doors before the House Oversight and Judiciary committees and is scheduled to start at 10 a.m.

This appearance follows the testimony of Hunter’s uncle, James Biden, who last week claimed in the impeachment inquiry that Biden “has never had any involvement or any direct or indirect financial interest” in his business activities.

The inquiry has already seen testimonies from several of Hunter’s former business partners. For instance, Tony Bobulinski earlier testified that Joe was involved in the family’s business affairs and that he personally met with him.

House Democrats and the White House have dismissed the inquiry as unfounded, whereas Republicans assert that it only begins to uncover the Biden family’s business dealings.

“The House Oversight, Judiciary, and Ways and Means Committees have unearthed a record of evidence revealing Joe Biden was ‘the brand’ his family sold to enrich the Bidens,” stated House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer.

He emphasized Joe’s active participation in and benefit from these dealings and mentioned Joe’s interactions with his son’s foreign business associates and the millions funneled to the Bidens.

Comer noted that Hunter’s deposition is a significant step in the impeachment inquiry but not the conclusion, with more subpoenas and witness interviews in the pipeline to determine whether impeachment articles are required.

Further, other former business associates, including Rob Walker and Jason Galanis, testified about Joe’s meetings with foreign nationals, which involved his son and brother’s business, while considering board positions with ventures linked to the Chinese Communist Party.

Hunter’s deposition draws from years of congressional scrutiny of his business engagements, which began in the Senate in September 2019 and was centered around a July 2019 call with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy to probe the Bidens’ Ukrainian dealings.

This particularly involved Burisma Holdings and the ousting of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin to benefit Burisma, where Hunter Biden was a board member.