House Initiates Contempt Proceedings Against Hunter Biden – FARA Inquiries Add New Layers of Intrigue


Congress is now back in session, and they are taking care of some important old business. Hunter Biden refused to comply with their subpoenas, which required him to testify before the House Oversight Committee in December and the House Judiciary Committee in January. Remember when he did this last month? He acted as if he were the aggrieved. He did it also with Rep. Eric Swalwell’s (D-CA) help, which raises further questions about his behavior.

Both the House Oversight Committee as well as the House Judiciary Committee announced Friday that they will begin to mark up resolutions against Hunter Biden, for contempt of court for his failures to appear.

Hunter Biden disobeyed two legal subpoenas by refusing to appear at his deposition in December. Next week we will be considering a resolution with an accompanying report that would hold him in contempt for violating federal laws. @JudiciaryGOP is also holding a markup.

The Judiciary Committee commented as well, having issued a subpoena.

The critics also pointed out that he showed up at the Capitol and gave them a finger – a metaphorical one – before leaving without giving testimony as he was required to do last month.

Burisma, a company that reportedly completed work in 2016, has just reportedly filed a Foreign registration statement on January 4, 2024. It’s a strange coincidence that this is happening at the same time as Joe Biden and Hunter are being investigated. Someone must believe that Hunter will be charged with FARA.

Catherine Herridge, a CBS reporter, explained this problem to Hunter Biden towards the end of December.

The House also said they were looking into whether Joe Biden told his son to ignore the subpoenas and blow them off since that could be considered obstruction of justice, which is an impeachable crime.

The scandal surrounding the Biden Family Business looks to be a big start for the new year.