It’s WORSE Than We Thought: Biden Bank Records Expected to Show Family Accepted Up to $30M from Foreign Businesses

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A dark secret about the Biden family is finally coming into the light: They received much more money from foreign businesses than previously known.

Newly subpoenaed Biden bank records are expected to show the family accepted up to $30 million from its foreign business dealings.

Many of these wire transfers have already been identified. Banks automatically flagged incoming wires to the Bidens for being suspicious and part of possible criminal activity.

Three Biden family members have been identified who collectively received $1.3 million from a Chinese energy company. This occurred two months after Joe Biden left the vice presidency.

Over several years, the Biden family business received at least $10 million from business schemes in Romania and China. In exchange, critics claim the only service that the Bidens possibly provided in return was corrupt “influence peddling” within U.S. politics.

Did this bribery scheme illegally compromise the country’s national interests? Republicans think so.

Republican Rep. James Comer, who chairs the House Oversight Committee chair, said that, in total, nine Biden family members received payments from the family’s foreign business ventures.

Even two of President Biden’s grandchildren received unexplained wire transfers from foreign businesses. Comer says this was an obvious attempt to diversify and hide payments.

These subpoenas were triggered by an FBI informant who provided reliable intelligence that then-Vice President Joe Biden accepted a $5 million bribe from a Ukrainian oligarch.

The founder of Ukrainian energy company Bursima, Mykola Zlochevsky, paid Joe Biden and Hunter and allegedly kept 17 audio recordings of his conversations with them as an “insurance policy.”

“We have more bank records coming in going to exceed $10 million, this week. And I think we will get between $20 and 30 million,” Comer told Fox News.

Comer subpoenaed multiple banks related to the Biden family’s business schemes in Ukraine. The subpoena also included Hunter Biden’s business partner, Devon Archer, for deposition.

In 2014, Archer worked with Hunter and met then-Vice President Joe Biden while also sitting on the board of Burisma alongside Hunter.

A judge sentenced Archer to serve one year in prison after a jury found him guilty of fraud, including securities fraud as well as conspiracy to commit securities fraud.

Archer stole more than $60 million in bonds from the Native American tribe, Oglala Sioux, and did not use the funds for annuity.