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Hunter Biden and Anthony Fauci Are Being Investigated by a Top Republican on the House Oversight Committee – Tthe Takeout”

If Republicans take control of the House in the next Congress, the president’s son, Hunter Biden, will be the top focus of the House Oversight Committee. According to Kentucky Congressman James Comer, the committee’s senior Republican, who spoke with CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett for this week’s “The Takeout” podcast, this is the case.

Comer stated, “I believe his son is that wicked.”

He accused Joe Biden of shielding his son’s interests and Hunter Biden of benefitting from his surname.

He said, “Any father would probably do that.” “However, Hunter Biden poses a national security risk.”

President Biden has stated that he is not involved in any of his son’s business dealings. The Justice Department is looking into Hunter Biden’s business dealings.

Garrett questioned if the committee has enough evidence to establish a link between Hunter Biden and his father and whether this may lead to the president’s impeachment.

Comer said, “I haven’t seen that yet.”

Comer, who is expected to become the committee’s chairman in a Republican-controlled chamber, is afraid that the Justice Department may pursue an indictment against Hunter Biden after the midterm elections, accidentally aiding the president’s son by stalling the inquiry.

“That indictment would make it difficult for our subpoena to be effective with Hunter,” Comer said, adding that appointing a special counsel to Hunter’s case would make getting Hunter to testify before a congressional investigating committee “impossible.”

If and when Comer wins the chairmanship, who else could be served with a subpoena? Dr Anthony Fauci, an infectious disease expert.

COVID-19 likely jumped from “an animal host, perhaps through an intermediary host, into a human species, which then spread throughout the human population,” according to Dr Fauci, who told a Senate committee this week that the virus likely jumped from “an animal host, perhaps through an intermediary host, into a human species, which then spread throughout the human population.”

Comer disagrees with that assessment and believes the government isn’t doing enough to learn more about the disease’s origins.

Comer assured Garrett, “We’re not going to let up on that.” “The American people, in my opinion, are entitled to know the truth about COVID 19. They are entitled to have a government attempt to discover the truth regarding the origins of COVID 19.”

Dr Fauci also stated in an earlier episode of “The Takeout” that he would welcome congressional scrutiny of his work and that he had nothing to hide.


Comer also wants to look into how the US-Mexico border is handled in terms of migrant activities. Even though Border Patrol officials along the southern border apprehended 222,000 people in May, an all-time monthly high, he maintains that the administration’s actions are attracting “even more people.”

He predicted that Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas will be impeached.

“Because he isn’t doing his job on the border, he is at the top of the list. Every day, it becomes worse.”

Since 2017, Comer has served in Congress, representing his Kentucky district, and regularly flies home with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

According to Comer, McConnell and President Trump have never been “fond” of one another, and their relationship has only gotten worse since Trump’s reelection bid in 2020.

“One of the things I believe Trump disliked about McConnell was that, at the end of the day, he attempted to get to 60 votes (votes in the Senate). And if you want to go to 60, you’ll have to pick up a few Democrats along the way.”

Comer complained that a “circular firing squad doesn’t appear to do much benefit for your side.”

The following are some of the highlights from this week’s episode:

Whether another mass shooting will occur in the United States: “Well, I hope there will never be another mass shooting, but I believe America has evil individuals. And I’m sure there are a lot of people every time there’s a major shooting. They anticipate action from Congress. You can’t legislate against evil, at the end of the day.

As a result, there will almost certainly be more shootings in America. But I believe that in Congress, we must do everything possible to make our schools more difficult, to make them more fortified, so that school shootings do not occur. A school where a shooter may literally walk in from the street should be avoided.”

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Arming teachers in the classroom: “I’m not opposed to teachers being armed. My mother was a public school teacher at the time. She would not have preferred to be armed, but she would have been happy with other teachers who were proficient in shooting and willing to attend training programmes.

That would have been perfectly acceptable to her. If you look at what Kentucky has tried to do, I believe we can argue that providing teachers a choice is a good idea. You can be armed in the school if you want to be and are willing to undergo training programmes. However, if you’re a teacher who is frightened of weapons and refuses to have any part of a gun, you shouldn’t be compelled to have one. So that’s what I’m in favour of.”

Kevin McCarthy’s leadership in the House of Representatives: “It’s difficult to be the leader, you know. Unfortunately, we’re involved in a politicised business. It’s a partisan business being the head of your conference, whether you’re Nancy Pelosi, Kevin McCarthy, Mitch McConnell, or Chuck Schumer. As a result, many people dislike bipartisan politics. And, regrettably, that is where we are right now.”

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