House Republicans having a members-only meeting Thursday on Biden investigations

On Thursday, House Republicans will hold a policy meeting for members only. The focus of the meeting will be on House committee investigations and their oversight efforts.

According to a Washington Examiner email, the policy meeting will include briefings and updates by Chairmen James Comer, (R) KY, of Oversight and Mark Green, (R) TN, of Homeland Security and Jim Jordan, (R) OH, of Judiciary and Jason Smith, (R) MO, of Ways and Means.

The Chairman will speak to fellow House Republicans regarding the investigations that their committees are currently conducting about the Biden Administration.

Smith, Comer and Jordan are investigating different aspects of Hunter Biden’s criminal case, including alleged misconduct by the Department of Justice.


Smith, Comer and Jordan’s Committees began working together after two IRS employees testified that the Department of Justice interfered in U.S. attorney David Weiss criminal investigation of Hunter Biden.

Whistleblowers claim that Weiss has been denied the right to bring charges in the jurisdiction he chooses, that his request for the status of special counsel was denied and that the DOJ has “covered up” allegations about foreign bribery involving Hunter Biden, then Vice President Joe Biden, and FBI and IRS investigators.

The Comer Oversight Committee is investigating an FBI-generated FD-1023, which alleges that Hunter Biden received $5 million from the board of Burisma (a Ukrainian energy firm), where Hunter Biden served as a member. The payments were made to the Bidens allegedly to pressure the Ukrainian government into firing Viktor Shokin, an investigator who was allegedly investigating Burisma.

Three committees have requested transcripts of interviews with more than thirteen people. Jordan’s Committee requested 11 DOJ staffers involved in the Hunter Biden Investigation, Smith’s Committee requested two IRS employees, and the Oversight Committee requested an unspecified amount of US Secret Service agents to sit down for transcribed interview. These three committees are all concerned with whistleblower testimony regarding the Hunter Biden Investigation.

Green’s Homeland Security Committee is investigating the actions of Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas on the southern border.

The four chairmen’s briefing comes as members of the conference are under intense pressure to impeach Mayorkas, and Attorney General Merrick G. Garland. The impeachment of Mayorkas and Attorney General Merrick Garland is unlikely to occur in the near future, but the investigations into the two Biden appointees has intensified over the past few weeks.

The Thursday policy meeting will begin at 8:30 am.