Impeachment Inquiry into President Biden to Begin: Key Witnesses Named

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 09/25/2023
The impeachment inquiry into President Biden will commence on Thursday, with the House calling upon a forensic accountant, a constitutional scholar, and a former Justice Department tax supervisor as its initial witnesses. 

The House Oversight and Accountability Committee lawmakers have stated that the initial hearing will serve as the foundation for the impeachment investigation. This investigation focuses on whether Mr. Biden, during his tenure as vice president in the Obama administration, participated in influence peddling to assist his son and other relatives in gaining advantages from profitable foreign business agreements.


According to Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, his panel, along with the House Judiciary Committee and House Way and Means Committee, has discovered a substantial volume of evidence that suggests President Joe Biden misused his position of power to benefit his family financially.

The witnesses listed for the case include Eileen O'Connor, a former supervisor of tax cases at the Justice Department, Bruce Dubinsky, a forensic accountant, and Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University. 

Lawmakers intend to present a comprehensive set of evidence, including bank account statements, financial records, witness testimonies, and electronic communications such as texts and emails, in order to substantiate their claim that Mr. Biden engaged in corrupt behavior.

Mr. Biden has consistently maintained his innocence by denying any wrongdoing, as well as any knowledge or involvement in his son's business deals.

The inquiry led by the GOP does not receive support from Democrats, who argue that the entire process is politically motivated and lacks any evidence connecting Mr. Biden to his son's business dealings.

The upcoming presidential impeachment inquiry will mark the third instance of such proceedings within a span of four years.

In December 2019, President Trump faced impeachment by House Democrats. The grounds for impeachment were based on allegations that he had attempted to influence Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to investigate corruption related to Mr. Biden, who was a presidential candidate at the time.

In January 2021, former President Donald Trump faced his second impeachment, as he was accused of inciting the riot that took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.

On September 12, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, made an announcement regarding the initiation of an impeachment probe against Mr. Biden. This decision came after several months of persistent efforts by House Republicans to acquire financial records and witness testimonies from Hunter Biden's previous business associates and other individuals involved. The impeachment inquiry was further advanced by the testimonies of IRS whistleblowers who claimed that the Justice Department obstructed their attempts to gather evidence in a tax fraud investigation involving Hunter Biden. These whistleblowers believed that their probe had the potential to uncover corruption related to his father.

According to Republicans, an amount exceeding $20 million in profits from foreign deals has been allegedly traced to the bank accounts of individuals associated with Hunter Biden, as well as other members of the Biden family, including the president's granddaughter.

In a closed-door House deposition held in July, Devon Archer, a former business associate, provided testimony regarding the activities of Hunter Biden and his associates. According to Archer, they engaged in the sale of the Biden "brand" in order to secure various business deals. It was noted that the essence of this "brand" was Joe Biden himself, who would occasionally participate in his son's business meetings either through phone calls or by physically attending them. 


The available evidence suggests that Congress should undertake the responsibility of initiating an impeachment inquiry into President Biden's alleged involvement in corrupt activities. Mr. Comer expressed the belief that Americans have a rightful expectation for answers, transparency, and accountability regarding the abuse of public office. The House Oversight Committee is scheduled to present the evidence they have gathered so far and listen to insights from legal and financial experts regarding potential crimes committed by the Bidens. These alleged crimes involve the accumulation of substantial financial gains, which may have come at the detriment of U.S. interests.


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