(Liberty Bell) – Republican Senators Chuck Grassley (IA) and Ron Johnson (WI) sent a letter to Secret Service Director James Murray on Wednesday requesting information on none other than former Vice President Joe Biden’s deadbeat, drug-addicted son with some very suspicious business deals, Hunter Biden.
This is huge.
The senators are after records on Hunter Biden’s use of government security and travel accommodations as he was conducting his own business deals during the time that his father was still in office.
Grassley is the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and Johnson is the chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs.
The committees are “reviewing potential conflicts of interest posed” by Biden’s business dealings in the nations of Ukraine and China and are seeking out whether or not these deals benefitted from the American taxpayer’s dime.
The GOP senators of the Secret Service:
1. Please provide the protective detail that Hunter Biden received while his father was Vice President.
2. Please provide a list of all dates and locations of travel, international and domestic, for Hunter Biden while he received a protective detail. In your response, please note whether his travel was on Air Force One or Two, or other government aircraft, as applicable and whether additional family members were present for each trip.
The letter from the senators was sent “immediately following President Donald Trump’s acquittal in the Senate on Wednesday,” according to the Daily Wire.
The chairmen asked that Director Murray provide the records by February 19th.
The Blaze explains:
The Senate Finance Committee and Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee have been investigating Biden’s foreign business dealings for months, after the impeachment probe against President Donald Trump exposed Biden’s contracts with firms in China and Ukraine — where his father represented the United States under the Obama administration.
In their letter Wednesday, Grassley and Johnson wrote that as part of their inquiry, the two committees have already written “several letters” to “other agencies,” and “the Committee on Finance also has written to the Department of Treasury regarding potential conflicts of interest” involving Rosemont Seneca Partners, a company co-founded by Biden and Christopher Heinz, the stepson of former Secretary of State John Kerry.
In November, the committees requested that the State Department release all records pertaining to the agency’s interactions with Biden and his associates during the Obama administration.