Hunter Biden’s Ex-Business Partner Has Been Subpoenaed

Hunter Biden's Business Partner Has Been Subpoenaed

( – The House Oversight Committee is not letting up on its investigation into the business dealings of the Biden family, now subpoenaing Hunter Biden’s former business partner Devin Archer. Like Hunter, Archer was also a board member of the Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, and emails between the two stored on Hunter’s laptop were used to prove the laptop was not “Russian disinformation”. Archer showed some reporters the same emails on his computer.

Archer is awaiting sentencing for securities fraud and conspiracy in an unrelated case, but that should not impede his ability to testify to the committee.

Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., wrote in the subpoena request that Archer “played a significant role in the Biden family’s business deals abroad,” listing three countries where Archer and Hunter conducted business. He also referenced the multitude of meetings between Archer and then Vice President Biden. Then-VP Biden was appointed to oversee all things involving Ukraine by then-President Barack Obama.

News of the subpoena comes just after the House Oversight Committee was finally given access to an FD-1023 form that viewers claimed showed members of the Biden family participated in a bribery scheme with a foreign national that resulted in two payments of $5 million to the Biden family. Two more such documents are reportedly being sought by the committee as well.

Just days after the committee viewed the FD-1023, Senator Chuck Grassley said that the FBI had chosen to redact important information from the document before showing it to the committee, as he had previously seen the full document with only a few words redacted. Grassley spoke on the Senate floor, stating that the document also indicated that there were seventeen audio recordings between the two Bidens and the foreign national, fifteen of Hunter and the foreign national, and two of VP Biden and the foreign national.

Archer was originally subpoenaed to appear in court last week, reports say he is still in talks with members of the Committee about when to testify.

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