This Saturday the president of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, James Comerannounced that a hearing will be held next Friday to examine the fact that the Treasury Department of Justice it did not provide the suspicious activity reports (SARs) generated by the Biden family and their associates.
The named audience “The Biden Family Investigation: The Department of Justice” and that it was announced by Comer indicates that Yellen was asked for access to these SARs on January 11 and that Republicans on the Committee made multiple requests during the 117th Congress for the same. However, no SAR has been provided by the Treasury Department to date.
“Biden’s Treasury Department continues to make excuses for not providing the suspicious activity reports that are critical to our investigation of the Biden family’s business schemes,” Coner said.
The hearing to be held at 9:00 a.m.the committee will examine the justifications Treasury officials have given the committee for failing to produce requested documents and will examine legislative remedies to ensure Congress has timely access to suspicious activity reports.
Jonathan C. Davidson, Undersecretary for Legislative AffairsTreasury Department, testify at the hearing.
“We are concerned that the Treasury Department is acting in bad faith by turning these documents over to the Oversight Committee when we know it has already turned them over to another congressional office. At next week’s hearing, a Treasury Department official can explain to Congress and the American people why the department is hiding critical informationsaid President Comer.
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Source: La Opinion