Subpoenas Fly In Biden Case

( – In a new decisive move showing the House GOP isn’t messing around in its probe into the Biden family, key Republican lawmaker James Comer has expanded the investigation further by subpoenaing four more associates of Hunter Biden, including his art dealers.

After on Wednesday, he subpoenaed Hunter Biden and James Biden, President Joe Biden’s brother, on Thursday, Comer (R-KY), who chairs the House Oversight Committee, issued four additional subpoenas to individuals linked to the first son.

The GOP lawmaker disclosed that subpoenas were sent to Biden’s business associates, Eric Schwerin and Mervyn Yan, art gallery owner George Berges, and art collector Elizabeth Naftali for deposition appearances.

This move follows Comer’s previous day’s action of subpoenaing Hunter Biden and James Biden, President Joe Biden’s brother, along with business associate Rob Walker.

Additionally, Comer has requested a transcribed interview with the trustee of Americore Holdings to probe into “loan repayments” that allegedly connected James Biden to Joe Biden.

“The House Oversight Committee is leaving no stone unturned as we investigate President Joe Biden’s central role in his family’s domestic and international business dealings,” Comer said in a statement.

“A plethora of bank records, texts, emails, and a transcribed interview with Biden family associate Devon Archer all show the Bidens and their business partners sold access to the highest levels of our government, including Joe Biden himself, to the detriment of America’s interests,” he added.

“Americans across this country have made it clear to President Joe Biden, the Biden family, and their associates that the jig is up,” the Kentucky Republican declared.

Further subpoenas are anticipated for Sara Biden, James Biden’s wife; Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, the president’s son; Elizabeth Secundy, Hallie Biden’s sister; Hunter Biden’s wife Melissa Cohen; and former business associate Tony Bobulinski, Newsmax reports.

Comer highlighted findings suggesting the Biden family established over 20 shell companies, most during Joe Biden’s vice presidency under President Barack Obama, allegedly to conceal payments from foreign entities.

The committee’s focus also includes George Berges, who has declined cooperation in the investigation into Hunter Biden’s high-priced art sales.

Naftali is reported to have purchased one of Hunter Biden’s artworks for $500,000 from Berges’ gallery. Schwerin, the managing director of Rosemont Seneca Partners (co-founded by Hunter Biden and Devon Archer), and former associate Yan are also under scrutiny.