Fox News analyst Andy McCarthy voiced concerns that Justice Department personnel are hesitant to prosecute Hunter Biden on charges related to firearms and tax evasion due to his father’s influential position. McCarthy mentioned on “America’s Newsroom” that this situation exemplifies the power dynamics in play, suggesting that people might be afraid to take action against the son of the President. He expressed that this might be why many were keen on gaining access to Joe Biden, even at high costs.
Kentucky Representative James Comer criticized what he perceives as barriers set up against the Republicans’ investigation into the Biden family. He mentioned that there’s considerable resistance from numerous quarters, including legal teams, banks, and government agencies. In his conversation with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, he emphasized the unprecedented levels of obstruction faced during this particular congressional probe.
Comer, actively pursuing the inquiry into the alleged misuse of influence by the Bidens, is optimistic that forthcoming bank records will shed more light on Joe Biden’s role in these controversial deals.
This follows closely on the heels of Comer’s formal request to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) seeking unedited email exchanges between the then-Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden pertaining to Ukraine and Burisma. Comer mentioned that they anticipate full cooperation from the National Archives and underscored the importance of their investigation’s objective.