Biggs Rips Democrats Denying Evidence of Biden Corruption

Biggs Rips Democrats Denying Evidence of Biden Corruption

Grayson Bakich
Grayson Bakich
January 10, 2024

As the House Oversight Committee discussed holding Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress, Representative Andy Biggs (R-AZ) took an opportunity to reiterate that the evidence against President Joe Biden and the First Son's alleged influence-peddling scheme was strong and chastised Democrats who continually insisted there was no evidence of Joe's involvement.

Rep. Biggs spoke of being present at former Biden business partner Devon Archer's closed-door testimony over the summer, where he, Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH), and Representative Dan Goldman (D-NY) asked "Who was the brand that Devon Archer, Hunter Biden, and Rob Walker, what was the brand they were selling? 'It was Joe Biden,' [Archer] admitted."

He further described how Archer testified to then-Vice President Biden meeting with Elena Baturina, wife of former Moscow mayor Yuri Luzkhkov.

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"Three and a half million dollars right into the Biden coffers. They are receiving literally millions of dollars," Rep. Biggs continued, "So my friends across the aisle say what? 'Well, there is no evidence here. There is nothing here to be seen.' But Devon Archer was testifying to that."

Moreover, he pointed to the FBI 1023 form released in May that seemingly corroborated Archer's testimony, which included the apparent moment when the CEO of Ukrainian energy company Burisma asked Hunter Biden to speak with Joe to "take care of" prosecutor Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma for corruption, "there at the sailboat-type hotel" in Dubai, evidently referring to the Burj Al Arab.

"Do not say there is no corroborating evidence implicating Joe Biden," Biggs concluded, "It is all in this 1023 and Devon Archer's testimony, and then you start using all the other documentation to show, very clearly, a criminal conspiracy of bribery and selling access on the part of the Biden family."

Other Republicans have similarly chastised Democrats' denial of evidence, including Florida's Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL), who mockingly said, "I feel bad for them because frankly, they know it is there, and they know that it is going to hurt Joe Biden, especially with his reelection."

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Grayson Bakich

Grayson Bakich

Florida born and raised, Grayson Bakich is a recent recipient of a Master’s Degree in Political Science at the University of Central Florida. His thesis examined recent trends in political polarization and how this leads into justification of violence.

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