Another Testimony On The Horizon, You’ll Never Guess Who

In a riveting turn of events, Hunter Biden’s close friend and business associate, Devon Archer, is set to testify before the House Oversight Committee. This eagerly awaited testimony is part of an extensive investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings and the potential involvement of President Biden himself.

Archer, who was subpoenaed by Committee Chairman James Comer, is finally stepping into the spotlight after multiple canceled depositions. His testimony is expected to reveal crucial information that could challenge the White House’s repeated claims that President Biden had no business ties with his son, never discussed business matters with him, and had no knowledge of his ventures.

According to sources, Archer is prepared to detail numerous meetings involving both Bidens – Joe and Hunter – during the years 2009 to 2017 when Joe Biden served as vice president. These meetings took place either in person or via phone, and Hunter would often introduce his father to foreign business partners and potential investors.

Archer’s insider knowledge comes from his extensive work alongside Hunter Biden over the years. He served on the board of the Ukrainian natural gas firm, Burisma Holdings, alongside Hunter, and also co-founded investment firm Rosemont Seneca with Hunter and Climate Envoy John Kerry’s stepson, Christopher Heinz. Archer held the position of managing director in this venture.

The revelations do not end there. Archer was also a co-founder of BHR Partners, a joint-venture between Rosemont Seneca and Chinese investment firm Bohai Capital. The firm is backed by the Beijing government and controlled by the Bank of China Limited. However, Archer’s connection to this venture came under scrutiny, leading to his resignation in 2016 following a federal investigation.

More recently, Archer faced legal troubles and was sentenced to prison for defrauding a Native American tribal entity and investment advisory clients of millions of dollars through deceptive means.

Comer’s investigation has shed light on the Biden family’s financial dealings, showing that they established over 20 companies and received substantial funds from foreign nationals while Joe Biden was vice president. The committee suspects that some of these payments could indicate attempts to peddle influence and that the Bidens took measures to conceal the source and amount of the funds.

Furthermore, the committee has honed in on an FD-1023 form, containing allegations that Joe and Hunter Biden coerced the CEO of Burisma, Mykola Zlochevsky, into paying them millions in exchange for the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor investigating the company. Joe Biden’s role as the Obama administration’s point person on U.S.-Ukraine policy raises significant questions about the situation.

The upcoming deposition of Devon Archer holds great promise for uncovering more truths about the Biden family’s dealings. Chairman Comer firmly stated that the Oversight Committee will continue pursuing the facts, providing transparency, and demanding accountability for the American people. As the testimony unfolds, we eagerly await to see if Joe Biden’s involvement in his family’s business affairs will be revealed.

Source Fox News