During a recent House impeachment inquiry hearing, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez baselessly accused Florida Rep. Byron Donalds of presenting “fabricated” text messages from Hunter Biden.
These messages hinted at a serious allegation, suggesting efforts to protect President Joe Biden amid questionable business dealings.
“Anyway, we can talk later, but you’ve been drawn into something purely for the purpose of protecting ‘dad.’” This quote was read aloud by Donalds, a text exchange between Jim Biden and Hunter Biden, marking the beginning of the impeachment hearing.
Ocasio-Cortez’s claim of an altered text appeared as an attempt to divert the narrative amid a heated discussion on the impeachment inquiry’s legitimacy. She vehemently claimed that a displayed image of text messages from Hunter Biden was not the “actual direct screenshot” but a fabricated one.
“I don’t know where it came from. I don’t know if it was the staff of the committee, but it was not the actual direct screenshot from that phone,” she said.
Despite her assertions, the serious questions being raised about the Biden family’s alleged illicit dealings remained in the spotlight. A subsequent text between Hunter and Naomi Biden was brought to light, where Hunter lamented about financially supporting the family for 30 years.
“I hope you all do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry. Unlike pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary,” Hunter stated.
Donalds continued to shed light on the situation, highlighting concerns regarding ownership changes in a company related to the Biden family, suggesting potential fraud.
The president has consistently rejected accusations of his engagement in foreign business transactions alongside his son. House Republicans, however, argue that Joe’s outright rejections of Hunter profiting from foreign entities, including China, place him in a precarious position.
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