The House Oversight Committee on Wednesday heard testimony from a pair of whistleblowers alleging misconduct in investigations into the Biden family.
One of those individuals, Special Agent Joseph Ziegler, had claimed Biden wrote off payments to prostitutes as business expenses on his taxes. He also stated that Hunter had itemized a $10,000 deduction for a golf membership that in reality was for a “sex club.”
Greene warned the committee that some of her questioning of the witness would be controversial.
“I would like to let the committee and everyone watching at home know that parental discretion is advised,” Greene said.
Hunter Biden Nude Photos Entered Into The Record
True to her word, Greene’s evidence did require parental discretion. Even if the images were censored (minimally), seeing them posterized in the Congressional record for the world to see was a remarkable feat.
“So, when Hunter Biden paid for this woman to do this with him, to travel across state lines from California to Washington, D.C., on June 15, this is a violation of the Mann Act,” she said holding up one of the images. “This was prostitution.”
Another set of Hunter’s nude photos was held up.
“This is evidence of Hunter Biden making sex — excuse me, this is my time – making pornography,” Greene continued, clearly being interrupted by lawmakers jarred at the display.
This image below with Democrat Representative Jamie Raskin’s (D-MD) unamused face in the background is the stuff of legend.
Democrats Are Outraged
Remember that time President Joe Biden was caught on a hot mic declaring, “No one f***s with a Biden?”
Yea, well, Marjorie Taylor Greene just did.
And while they aren’t outraged over Hunter Biden’s money laundering schemes in China and Ukraine, or his excessive drug use and running of prostitutions across state lines, they were most certainly verklempt over the display of nude photos from a laptop that documents all of that activity.
“Should we be displaying this, Mr. Chairman?” ranking Democrat Raskin asked committee chairman James Comer (R-KY).
Rep. Robert Garcia (D-CA) achieved likely another congressional first when he uttered the phrase “dick pics” during the hearing.
“Today’s hearing is like most of the majority’s investigations and hearings: A lot of allegations, zero proof, no receipts – but apparently, some dick pics,” said Garcia.
Amazing. Simply amazing.
In reality, there has been ample proof of the allegations being made and Greene, in fact, brought literal receipts.
Another Democrat lawmaker derided the imagery as “unbecoming of this hearing.”
Oh, we’re way past that stage. Greene isn’t playing games anymore.
Weird how Democrats are offended by sexually explicit photos being presented to Congress but if these same photos were in an elementary school library, they’d be falling all over themselves to defend it.
Democrat social media influencer Jack Cocchiarella, whose Twitter profile photo looks like something straight from Michael Myers’ “Saturday Night Live” skits for “Dieter’s Dance Party,” was so angry that he suggested Hunter Biden sue over the antics.
Democrat Rep. Jared Moskowitz (D-FL) somehow made light of the photos of Hunter with prostitutes and the Biden family crime syndicate by suggesting that the President’s son should actually be called the “Big Guy.”
Imagine that being your takeaway.
“Haha,” prostitution. “Haha,” using leverage from your White House role to accept bribes from foreign nationals – allegedly. Oh, and by the way, “Hunter’s drug-fueled sex binges with random skanks are something he should be proud of.”
Greene’s actions were reminiscent of an incident earlier this year in which she humiliated Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) during a Homeland Security Committee meeting, referencing his alleged affair with a Chinese spy.
It was so bad that Swalwell’s Democrat colleagues immediately stepped in to request her comments be stricken from the record.
Meanwhile, the whistleblowers alleged during their testimony Wednesday that officials at the Justice Department, FBI and IRS interfered in the investigation into President Biden and that decisions in the case were politically motivated.