The new Republican majority in the House of Representatives looks to engage in a multitude of investigations. For starters, Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL-19) announces the launching of a probe into Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL-17) appeared on Newsmax's John Bachman Now to discuss the full extent of investigations House Republicans intend to begin in January.
"When @JudiciaryGOP gets the gavel back in January, we will show the American people the corruptness that has been going on in the Biden White House. I joined @JohnFBachman to discuss," Steube tweets.
When @JudiciaryGOP gets the gavel back in January, we will show the American people the corruptness that has been going on in the Biden White House.
— Congressman Greg Steube (@RepGregSteube) November 20, 2022
Bachman begins by asking Steube if he thinks House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will remove Rep. Adam Schiff's (D-CA) committee assignments.
"Yes, absolutely. Kevin McCarthy has said that," Steube answers. "Along with him will be Eric Swalwell (D-CA)... will be removed from the Intelligence Committee. I'm on Judiciary and Foreign Affairs, I've actually asked for the briefing from the FBI as it relates to Swalwell's involvement in a Chinese spy, and they refused to give me that information. But McCarthy has gotten that information, and has stated that he will no longer serve on the Intelligence Committee as well," he adds.
Additionally, cohost Bianca de la Garza asks for Steube's opinion on recent developments in the aforementioned Biden investigation. Namely, that it appears Joe Biden is knowledgeable, even involved, in the alleged corruption of Hunter's business dealings. However, House Republicans have been unable to fully examine this information until now. "Well, again, it's so different from how Democrats run their so-called sham investigations," Steube begins, adding that "we actually present the evidence first. We have sent over 500 letters from the Judiciary Committee to the administration demanding certain documents and requests for information. Of course, none of that has been provided."
Steube says that with the GOP's new ability to legally subpoena this information in January, not only will this all come to light, but Republicans will be able to "show the American people the corruptness that has been going on in this White House. Everything from immigration to foreign dealings."
Moreover, as we covered, Garza mentions Rep. James Comer (R-KY) flat-out calling President Biden the "big guy" mentioned in many of Hunter Biden's communications. "This is using your official position to make money that is completely illegal. It's a violation of federal law. Mr. Comer today laid out the different areas of law, everything from wire fraud to conspiracy, that they've committed. We're going to lay that evidence before the American people, do the investigations right, and unfortunately we have a corrupt DOJ, but we're going to be working on that as well, from the House perspective, and lay that out for prosecution referrals."