The political spotlight is getting more intense for President Biden’s Secretary of State, Antony Blinken.
After being one possible source of the 51 intel agency Russian letter and the botched Sudan evacuation, Blinken is now suspected of being part of the steadily growing Biden family investigations.
Politico Magazine published a 2019 article dealing with some of the Biden family hedge fund investments, leading to their profitability.
The latest denial by Blinken concerns conversations that revealed his relationships with several Biden family members and not just Hunter Biden. Blinken has stated no business dealing were discussed in any of the discussions.
Hunter and James Biden have been the focus of Republican House and Senate probes in recent years for financial dealings that have proven to be lucrative to both.
Republican House and Senate lawmakers are beginning to lose confidence in the honesty of Blinken and testimony about events occurring when Joe Biden was VP and Blinken was Deputy Sec. of State under the Obama presidency.
In July 2015, Blinken had a State Department meeting with Hunter Biden when Hunter was serving on the board of the Ukrainian Gas and Oil firm Burisma.
Hunter Biden’s laptop contains scheduled meetings with Blinken and his wife, Evan Ryan, for the past decade during Obama’s second term.
Blinken continues to deny any conversations about Hunter or James Biden’s businesses during his service when Joe Biden was Vice President. Due to these suspicions, many Republicans are calling for his immediate removal.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) has asked that a hold be put on any arrest of Hunter Biden for tax issues and a gun-related crime. Comer is expecting whistleblower evidence from an FBI informant that he claims will show an intricate maze of LLCs the Biden family uses to receive political favors payments.
In early 2023, Comer received subpoenaed financial records during Joe Biden’s Vice-Presidential term. The records show that Hunter Biden received $1 million from a Chinese energy company indirectly, which prompts concerns about payment for political favors or influence.