House Oversight Committee Subpoenas Bank of America in Hunter Biden Investigation

( – Bank of America has been subpoenaed for records by the House Oversight Committee regarding the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.

The House Oversight Committee issued the subpoenas this week for all financial records pertaining to three of the president’s son’s business associates going back to January 2009 to the present day.

A committee spokesperson told Fox News Digital that they have “obtained financial records related to the Biden family’s influence peddling” and that the documents “solidify our understanding of several areas of concern” opening up “new avenues of investigation” about what they called business “schemes.”

Democrat Jamie Raskin, a Ranking Member of the committee, accused Republican James Comer, who issued the subpoena, of doing “research on behalf of former President Trump” against his political opposition, alleging that the investigation is not being conducted fairly. The subpoena made Bank of America release all financial records “for three private individuals” according to Raskin, covering a period of 14 years.

The identity of one of these individuals is known, while the other two have not been disclosed.

John R. Walker worked with Hunter and President, Biden’s brother Jim, and two other business associates in Sinohawk Holdings, a joint venture intended to partner with the now-bankrupt Chinese energy company CEFC. Raskin called the subpoena “wildly overbroad” with “limited justification,” compelling the obtainment “of thousands of pages of Mr. Walker’s private financial information,” as well as information of a joint account between Walker and his wife.

Since 2018, the president’s son has been under federal investigation over his tax affairs due to suspicious activity reports related to China and other foreign nations like Ukraine. Hunter is also under investigation over his notorious laptop, which was in the FBI’s possession since October 2020.

Hunter submitted the laptop to be repaired in Delaware and then forgot about it, a story that was broken by The New York Post during the 2020 election and suppressed across social media. Many Republicans believe these events impacted the election directly.

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