Republican Representative, Nancy Mace of South Carolina, joined Fox News host Trey Gowdy on “Sunday Night America” to discuss the Department of Justice’s ongoing probe into President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Mace accused the FBI and DOJ of not doing their jobs, adding that if they are not prepared to act, House Republicans “will do their jobs for them.”
Mace revealed House Republicans would be holding a press conference at 9 a.m. Wednesday (May 10) morning to reveal additional “evidence” uncovered in “suspicious activity reports and bank records.”
She described the situation as “troubling” given the let’s assertion that “no one is above the law,” and declared they should put their money where their mouth is and “see where this investigation goes.”
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY.) previously said on “Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo” that he had a “loud and clear” message for the Justice Department, being that if they should not indict Hunter before May 10, when they will have a chance to see “the evidence the House Oversight Committee” is presenting” about the Biden family’s alleged dealings.
Mace and Comer’s remarks came after a whistleblower claimed the FBI and Justice Department had documents that showed an alleged complex scheme between a foreign national and then-Vice President Joe Biden.
When Gowdy asked what realistic expectations the Oversight Committee had for action, Mace said that if the evidence led them there, the next step would be a referral to the Justice Department.
Mace added that the probe won’t end until “justice is served.”