David Weiss said repeatedly that he had “ultimate authority” over the decision to charge Hunter Biden.The only problem? He didn’t. And witnesses continue to discredit his narrative. pic.twitter.com/VHB7Rhzy3z — Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) November 1, 2023
Hornbuckle said Weiss has limits on what he can tell the committee’s investigators. “Consistent with department policy and the law, he will be unable to address the specifics of his investigation,” Hornbuckle said. “At the close of this matter, Special Counsel Weiss will prepare a report, which the Attorney General has committed to making public to the greatest extent possible, consistent with the law, department policy and the public interest,” he said. A report in The New York Times said that the Justice Department offered Jordan and his panel the choice between a public or private session and that Jordan chose the alternative being played out in Washington on Tuesday. As part of the House investigation into Hunter Biden’s activities, House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. James Comer of Kentucky has indicated that subpoenas to Biden family members will be forthcoming, according to NBC. Citing sources it did not name, NBC reported that two of those to be subpoenaed are Hunter Biden and James Biden, the president’s brother.
David Weiss knew he didn’t really have authority to charge Hunter Biden.But he kept saying he had “ultimate authority.” Why not just be honest?https://t.co/JMdOdJJkJV — Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) November 2, 2023
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