Biden Impeachment Breakthrough

Joe Biden

( – House Republicans have just boosted their efforts in President Joe Biden’s impeachment probe and explaining it to the American people as they have now launched a special website presenting all investigation findings so far.

The site,, serves as a comprehensive resource on the inquiry, including the House Ways and Means, Judiciary, and Oversight Committees’ findings concerning the Biden family’s foreign business dealings.

The website is also designed to keep users informed about the latest developments in the impeachment inquiry, The Daily Caller reports.

Notably, it includes updates such as the Oversight Committee’s discovery of bank records indicating a transfer of $40,000 from China to Joe Biden’s account in September 2017.

This amount, sent by Sara Biden, Joe Biden’s sister-in-law, is labeled as a loan repayment.

The White House has clarified that this was in return for a loan provided by Joe Biden to his brother James Biden.

Additionally, the website features timelines detailing the Biden family’s purported “influence peddling” on behalf of foreign governments and the ongoing criminal investigation into Hunter Biden.

In May and June, two IRS whistleblowers testified before the Ways and Means Committee, accusing Department of Justice officials of showing favoritism towards Hunter Biden during his case. The Committee later released documents supporting these claims.

Further, the site covers testimonies to the House Judiciary Committee from Delaware US Attorney David Weiss, special counsel in the Hunter Biden case, and other DOJ officials about their handling of the investigation.

Hunter Biden, who was indicted on three federal gun charges in September, pleaded not guilty in October.

The website also reveals that the Biden family and their associates received over $24 million from foreign entities over five years, as noted in a House memo released in September before the first impeachment inquiry hearing.

Following this, Committee Chairman James Comer subpoenaed bank records of Hunter and James Biden.

In July, Devon Archer, a former associate of Hunter Biden, testified about Joe Biden’s interactions with his son’s business partners, estimating about 20 such instances.

The Oversight Committee issued subpoenas on November 8 to Hunter Biden and his uncle James Biden for closed-door depositions. Additionally, former business associates key to the Biden family’s foreign business activities were also subpoenaed.

In response, the first son proposed to testify publicly rather than in a private setting.

However, Comer has rejected this, insisting that Hunter Biden testify privately first and publicly later.