The House Oversight Committee on Dec. 8 released a resolution to hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress “for his refusal to comply with a subpoena duly issued by the committee.” Biden was subpoenaed to sit for a transcribed interview with the Oversight and Judiciary Committees but insisted that the proceedings be televised. It is standard practice for key witnesses in any congressional investigation to first attend closed-door interviews. Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) pledged to allow public testimony at a later date. Still, Joe Biden’s son ignored the subpoena and instead appeared on Dec. 13, 2023, outside the Capitol building in Washington, DC, to give a statement to the media.
The resolution faces a markup on Wednesday, Jan. 10, before going to the floor of the House for a full vote. If passed, the House could then refer the younger Biden to the Department of Justice for prosecution.
Liberty Nation believes you should have all the facts without the spin. As such, we republish the resolution and accompanying report here in full.