BREAKING: Joe Biden's VP Staff EXPOSED For Colluding With Hunter's Business Partners

On Wednesday, the House Oversight Committee led by Chairman James Comer (R-KY) released new findings from their investigation into Hunter Biden, then-Vice President Joe Biden's office, and Hunter's business associates.

According to the committee, Joe Biden's vice presidential staff during the Obama administration worked with Hunter business partner Eric Schwerin to discuss the response to the media when the corruption at the center of Burisma came to light. 

In order to gain a better understanding of what occurred in these communications, the House Oversight Committee is requesting that all documents from the National Archives in which the vice president's office communicated with Hunter's business associates be turned over.

"[Rep. James Comer] is calling on the National Archives to provide complete and unredacted documents related to the Office of the Vice President colluding with the Biden family and their business associates," the committee wrote in a post on the X App.

"In one example, on December 4, 2015, Eric Schwerin, a longtime Biden family business associate, wrote to Kate Bedingfield in the Office of the Vice President, providing quotes the White House should use in response to media outreach regarding Hunter Biden’s role in Burisma," the post continued. "Later that day, Ms. Bedingfield responded to Mr. Schwerin saying, 'VP signed off on this[.]'"

"According to Devon Archer, after a Burisma board of directors meeting in Dubai on the evening of December 4, 2015, Hunter Biden 'called D.C.' to discuss pressure that Burisma asked him to relieve," the committee explained. "In the letter to the U.S. Archivist, Chairman Comer is requesting the documents and information below regarding communications between the Office of the Vice President and Hunter Biden or his business associates."

Rep. Comer went on to request from the National Archives the following documents: 

  • "Complete and unredacted versions of all documents from Records on Hunter Biden, James Biden, and their Foreign Business Dealings, Case Number 2022-0121-F;
  • All documents and communications to or from the Executive Office of the President (including but not limited to the Office of the Vice President) to, from, copying or regarding Eric Schwerin, Devon Archer, Vuk Jeremic, John Robinson “Rob” Walker, or Jeffrey Cooper;
  • All documents and communications to or from Kate Bedingfield, Michael Carpenter, Kathy Chung, Amos Hochstein, Colin Kahl, and Alexander Mackler to, from, copying or regarding Hunter Biden or James Biden; and
  • All executive calendars created for then-Vice President Joe Biden dating from January 20, 2009 to January 20, 2017."

The latest revelations showing Hunter's business associates' connections to the Biden staff during the Obama administration show a level of coordination and collusion previously unknown to investigators. The National Archives must turn over these documents in order to preserve the public's confidence that corruption did not take place. However, if NARA refuses to hand them over, the House Republicans should immediately launch an impeachment inquiry to force its hand.

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