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House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) acknowledged on Friday that many hearings held by his and other GOP-controlled panels on alleged Biden family corruption have been “all hat and no cattle,” but he pledged that is about to change.

In an interview Friday with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Comer reacted to news that cocaine was found in the White House recently as well as other reports of Biden corruption (see video below):

We’ve been looking at new bank records. Obviously, it’s very encouraging to read the transcript that the Ways and Means Committee had with the transcribed interview of two IRS whistleblowers because they actually knew a lot about many of these shell companies and I think they were on the right track until they were told to stand down.

The American people are going to get to watch live both whistleblowers including “Whistleblower X” who has never revealed his identity. He will do that the day of our hearing and everyone can see, hopefully, FOX will being covering that, Sean.

We have specific substantive questions about many of these wires, about many of these shell companies, about potential money laundering, about potential racketeering, and I believe that these two witnesses are going to be able to answer those questions.

So many times, Sean, you have these Congressional hearings, and, you know, they are all hat and no cattle. You don’t really learn anything new and they are not substantive. This should be a very substantive, informative hearing for the American people and this will be the first time the American people actually hear credible witnesses say under oath exactly what crimes have been committed by the Biden family.


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