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Ron Johnson Drops Hammer, Says Hunter Biden’s Refusing To Cooperate With Senate Probe

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“The Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) and the Senate Committee on Finance undertook this investigation into potential conflicts of interest, and the involvement of the Biden family in foreign business ventures while Joe Biden was vice president,” the report by Sen Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson says about the Biden family.

It goes on to say that the committees discovered “consistent, significant and extensive financial connections” between Hunter, his uncle James Biden and China.

“There exists a vast web of corporate connections and financial transactions between and among the Biden family and Chinese nationals,” the senators said.

“Hunter Biden has extensive connections to Chinese businesses and Chinese foreign nationals that are linked to the Communist government. Those contacts bore financial fruit when his father was vice president and after he left office.”

Today Ron Johnson dropped a bombshell and we need answers. He said the Biden family is telling Congress to go pound sand and are refusing to cooperate with the committees.

Wow, not good.

“To date, Devon Archer, James Gilliar, Eric Schwerin and Rob Walker have not been responsive to our letters and emails. Attorneys for Hunter and James Biden have refused to cooperate with the committees,” Johnson wrote in a blistering letter.

“It should be noted that, collectively, President Trump’s family and associates produced documents and agreed to appear at interviews with a number of congressional committees,” the letter reads.

“It would be nice, and in the public’s interest, if the Biden family and their associates would be equally cooperative with the Senate, the American people we represent, and the mainstream media that has now joined our long interest in these crucial matters,” it read.