BREAKING: Biden’s DOJ Is Trying To Arrest Hunter’s Former Business Partner Just Hours Before He’s Set To Testify


In a stunning turn of events, journalist Miranda Devine reported that the Biden DOJ is trying to arrest Hunter Biden’s former business parter Devon Archer just hours before he is set to testify before Congress on Monday.

She posted the scathing letter from the DOJ to Twitter:

Republican House Oversight Committee chair, James Comer (R-KY), is livid about this sudden development. He said the letter by Damian Williams to the judge as “obstruction of justice” and  evidence to “the lengths to which the Biden legal team has gone to try to intimidate our witnesses, to coordinate with the DOJ and certainly to coordinate with the Democrats on the House Oversight Committee to encourage people not to cooperate with our investigation.” Devine tweeted that “[t]his is third world buffoonery from the DOJ. And it’s why Congress has to leverage its constitutional powers to do the job the DOJ is supposed to do.”

The journalist also gave “a preview” over what Devin Archer is supposed to talk about tomorrow. She wrote that “[i]t takes enormous courage to tell the truth to the American people when you’re under so much pressure from the DOJ, the White House, all working in concert with the high-powered Biden legal team.”

She then linked an article from the New York Post to her preview comment. That article ( written by Devine) noted that “Hunter Biden would dial in his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, on speakerphone into meetings with his overseas business partners, according to testimony expected before Congress this week from Devon Archer, the first son’s former best friend [and close business partner]. Archer, 48, who is facing jail for his role in a $60 million [tribal] bond fraud, is scheduled to testify to the House Oversight Committee about meetings he witnessed that were attended by Joe Biden either in person or via speakerphone when Hunter would call his father and introduce him to foreign business partners or prospective investors.”

Mr. Archer would be able to identify specific instances when such calls happened such as those concerning  Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company.


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