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House Republicans unveil witness lineup in first impeachment hearing this week.


The House Oversight Committee is scheduled to hold its inaugural impeachment hearing this week, focusing on President Joe Biden. The committee will interview three witnesses who will provide their expertise regarding the allegations involving President Biden. These allegations claim that, during his time as vice president, Biden received a bribe from a Ukrainian businessman to influence U.S. policy.


The impeachment inquiry was initiated following the discovery of an unclassified FD-1023 form containing confidential human source information. This document outlines an alleged bribery scheme. According to the tip, Burisma CEO Mykola Zlochevsky supposedly hired Hunter Biden to gain access to his father's influence. The arrangement allegedly involved urging the firing of then-Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma.


The upcoming hearing will feature three witnesses, including Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University, Eileen O'Connor, a former Assistant Attorney General at the United States Department of Justice Tax Division, and Bruce Dubinsky, a forensic accountant. These witnesses were announced by the committee on Monday.


Chairman James Comer of the Oversight Committee stated, "Since January, House Committees on Oversight and Accountability, Judiciary, and Ways and Means have gathered an overwhelming amount of evidence pointing towards President Joe Biden's misuse of his public office for personal financial gain." He continued, "Financial records, emails, texts, testimonies from credible IRS whistleblowers, and a recorded interview with Biden family business associate Devon Archer all reveal a pattern of behavior in which Joe Biden allowed his family to exploit his global reputation for financial benefits. There is evidence that Joe Biden used his position to signal influence, access, and power to those who were willing to pay."


"Given the evidence, Congress has an obligation to initiate an impeachment inquiry into President Biden's alleged corruption. The American public demands and deserves answers, transparency, and accountability for this abuse of public office," Comer emphasized. "During this week's House Oversight Committee hearing, we will present the evidence gathered to this point and listen to legal and financial experts who can shed light on potential crimes committed by the Bidens at the expense of U.S. interests."


House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced this development in early September, characterizing it as the "logical next step" following a series of Republican investigations that had yielded compromising materials, including the FD-1023 form.


During our thorough investigations, it has been revealed that President Biden indeed misled the American people regarding his knowledge of his family's business dealings abroad. Testimonies from credible sources affirm that the president actively participated in various phone calls and engagements, even attending dinners that resulted in substantial financial contributions to his sons and their business associates.


While it is true that Biden has publicly acknowledged exerting pressure on Ukraine to dismiss Shokin, he contends that his actions were consistent with established American foreign policy. However, documents obtained by Just the News indicate that key officials responsible for evaluating Ukraine's efforts to combat corruption had recognized Shokin's accomplishments and recommended providing financial support to Ukraine.


The mounting evidence from our investigations shed light on the complex and intertwined nature of these events, warranting further scrutiny and examination. It is essential that the public and relevant authorities give due attention to these compelling revelations.

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