House Oversight Chairman James Comer Builds Murderous Case Against Joe Biden
When they hear James Comer speak in his singsong south-central Kentucky accent and courtly style, it would be an easy mistake for Democrats and the targets of his new House Oversight Committee to underestimate the former rancher. Monroe County cattle.
But Comer is a killer – and corruption is his prey.
Everything has changed in Washington since Republicans won back the House, and Comer, as chairman of the oversight committee, is chomping at the bit to hold the Biden administration accountable. This includes getting to the bottom of Biden family corruption, as revealed by Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, and elsewhere, using the awesome power of Congress.
“It’s not about Hunter Biden,” Comer said last week in a wide-ranging interview with The Post. “It’s about Joe Biden.” It aims to “prove that Joe benefited financially and prove that he made decisions against the best interests of the United States.”
Biden investigators are busy
Comer is growing more confident in his case as whistleblowers come forward to committee investigators from all aspects of the Biden family businesses and financial institutions. He says his investigators are looking into the hitherto unexplored activities of Joe Biden’s brothers Jim and Frank – and have witnesses ready to speak.
His original goal was to follow the money trail to see how he connects to the Chinese Communist Party. To this end, the committee will subpoena 13 banks, the majority of which have been fully cooperative.
Hunter’s very expensive lawyers sent letters to the banks warning them not to pass information to Congress, which Comer says is “bullshit.” They don’t make the rules, Congress makes the rules.
Hunter’s attorneys have also sent warning letters to Hunter’s former business partners, whom Comer describes as “intimidating witnesses.”
He also promises that, unlike when Republicans controlled the House, he will savagely crack down on anyone who lies to Congress.
This Wednesday, his committee will begin probing Twitter’s censorship of The Post’s original laptop stories in October 2020, which was part of an apparent cover-up by the FBI and Big Tech to protect Joe Biden ahead of the election.
Appears under oath James Baker, former assistant general counsel at Twitter who was instrumental in censoring The Post’s account, and who was previously the FBI’s top lawyer, where he was one of the main protagonists in the Russiagate conspiracy against President Trump. Baker was parachuted onto Twitter just five months before the 2020 election and his role appeared to be that of a gatekeeper to block information that could be harmful to Biden.
Also appearing on Wednesday is Yoel Roth, Twitter’s former “security and integrity” chief, aka chief censor. Roth previously revealed in an affidavit that the FBI warned them ahead of the 2020 election to expect a filing of “hacked” material by “state actors,” likely in October, relating to Hunter Biden. This pre-bunking of The Post’s scoop caused Twitter to censor the story.
The third witness to testify is Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s former chief legal officer, who played a key role in censoring the Post and was fired from her $17 million job shortly after taking office. Elon Musk last October.
Among the questions Republicans on the committee will want to ask are: Who orchestrated Twitter’s hiring of Baker? Did he communicate with anyone associated with the Biden campaign or the FBI before the election?
Did he know about Hunter’s laptop before The Post’s story was published?
What was the message the FBI sent to Twitter via its Teleporter channel the day before The Post was published?
Baker is an old master of deception, so it will be difficult to get straight-forward answers given the format, but similar questions to Roth and Gadde should pay off for the systematic evidence bank that Comer is building. build.
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Comer recently met with Musk for over an hour in Washington and was assured of his full support. The Democrats’ Jan. 6 committee set precedents that Comer will follow. Filming the depositions is a crucial part of the armory, something that wasn’t done before the January 6 inquest, but which has proven remarkably effective in setting the narrative for audiences.
Instead of politicians scrambling at hearings to make their mark in a limited amount of time with their own questions, seasoned interrogators conducting depositions will pull a fuller account from witnesses over several hours.
Comer might remind you a bit of Columbo, the mild-mannered TV sleuth whose deceptive friendliness tricked suspects into revealing the game.
He’s not scruffy like Lt. Columbo, but he has the same ruthless focus, disguised by a rural Kentucky friendliness.
As the media tries to portray Comer and his fellow Republicans as clowns, the traps are set and the truth will undoubtedly follow.
The revealing Pentagon wants to set aside
Kash Patel has written a terrific book, “Government Gangsters,” giving an insider’s account of the Deep State’s sabotage of Donald Trump’s presidency, from his perspective as an adviser to the President and Russiagate investigator for the House Intelligence Committee.
But a book as incendiary as this will have no trouble falling into the hands of the public. And so Patel’s completed manuscript has languished in the MoD for more than three months, ostensibly undergoing a pre-publication “review.”
Patel says his book does not contain classified information – but he certainly sends a rocket to the Ministry of Defence.
He takes direct aim at what he calls the defense industrial complex and the “incestuous relationship between senior military leaders within the DoD and key officers in charge of multi-billion dollar procurement programs on the one hand and the giant defense contractors on the other hand…
“We pay billions for products we don’t need for wars we don’t need to be in. Then when the generals and officers who pushed and prolonged those wars come out of the military , they’re being rewarded with a hefty paycheck from the very companies that make all this high-priced merchandise for the DoD.
Patel sees the Afghan withdrawal debacle as the inevitable result of corrupt military leadership, and he blames Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for the “unprecedented politicization of the military.”
Surely the DoD isn’t so afraid of a little vigorous criticism that it is burying Patel’s book.
Prince is just dirty Harry in exposed
So much for the older woman who rode Prince Harry like a stud while taking his virginity, as he recounted in lascivious detail in his book, ‘Spare’. Turns out she’s only two years older than Harry – and one year younger than his wife, Meghan Markle.
Sasha Walpole, now 40 and a mother-of-two who drives an excavator for a living, has been revealed as the British mystery the world press has been searching for since Harry spoke about their teenage date.
She kept her mouth shut for 21 years when she could have made thousands selling her story to the media. In the end, it was Harry who took advantage of his private life, scoring $20 million to spice up his whiny memoir.
“I don’t understand why he went into those details,” Walpole told a reporter who tracked her down last week. “He could have said he lost his virginity and left it at that. . . I never would have spoken if Harry hadn’t. I’m not that kind of person . . . He brought it on my doorstep by writing about it.
This is Harry’s lowest act so far. No one should ever take him seriously when he complains about his own privacy.