GOP: DOJ Retaliated Against THIS Witness Who Implicates Bidens

Joe Biden

( – In what seems like a scandalous case of political persecution to cover up the truth about the Bidens, House Republicans suspect the US Justice Department may have repressed a Biden impeachment witness for exposing the first family’s ties with top-level oligarchs from Putin’s Russia.

This witness, a previous business collaborator of Hunter Biden named Jason Galanis, who is presently serving a 14-year sentence for a fraudulent scheme, had disclosed details about a conversation that occurred in 2014 involving then-Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter, the former Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov and his wife, Yelena Baturina.

Baturina and the late Luzhkov are known as some of the wealthiest and most notorious oligarchs of post-Soviet Russia.

Jason Galanis reported a specific instance on May 4, 2014, where a speakerphone conversation occurred between the Bidens and the Luzhkovs.

Galanis shared this information during an interview conducted in his prison in Montgomery, Alabama.

He claimed that his subsequent treatment by the Department of Justice constituted a pattern of retaliation aimed at obstructing the work of congressional investigators.

Chairman of the House Oversight Committee James Comer, alongside House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and Representative Andy Biggs, have directed inquiries to Bureau of Prisons Director Colette Peters and Assistant US Attorney in Manhattan Negar Tekeei regarding these allegations.

“Mr. Galanis specifically alleged in his transcribed interview that he has been singled out for unequal treatment while in BOP custody after he asserted in a petition for commutation of his sentence that Hunter Biden and another business associate, Devon Archer, were complicit in the same illegal acts that landed Mr. Galanis in jail,” the lawmakers wrote, as cited by The New York Post.

Galanis, sentenced in 2020, sought home confinement under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act in 2023.

Despite initial approvals in California and Florida, his request was overturned following a subpoena issued to Devon Archer, Hunter Biden’s former business partner.

“I understand from a former high-ranking Bureau of Prisons [BOP] official that the SDNY prosecutors aggressively weighed in with the Bureau of Prisons staff to oppose my release,” Galanis told US lawmakers.

Devon Archer, who faced conviction in the same scheme and testified before the Oversight Committee, was also present during the 2014 call but did not disclose this in his interview. Both Galanis and Archer were indicted in 2016 for defrauding a South Dakota tribe in a bond sale, with Archer sentenced to one year in prison two years later.

Galanis recounted the 2014 event, noting that Hunter Biden referred to Luzhkov and Baturina as “our friends” in conversation with his father. In February 2014, Baturina paid $3.5 million to a firm run by Hunter and Devon Archer.

“Hunter called his father, said hello and ‘hold on, Pops,’ then put the call on speakerphone and said, ‘I am here with our friends I told you were coming to town, and we wanted to say hello.’ The vice president said ‘hello’ and some pleasantries of ‘Hope you had safe travels,’ and then seemed like he wanted to bring the call to an end by saying, ‘OK then, you be good to my boy,’” he added. “Hunter responded by saying, ‘Everything is good, and we are moving ahead.’ The vice president said something about ‘being helpful,’ and Hunter ended the call by saying that he was going to call his father later,” Galanis recalled.

Baturina had also attended a February 4, 2014, dinner with Hunter Biden, but the first son told House lawmakers during his February 28 deposition that he “never received a dime from Ms. Baturina.”

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