At least two high-ranking Republican senators plan to continue investigating Hunter Biden’s business dealings even should his father, former Vice President Joe Biden, take office in January.
Sens. Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who authored a report earlier this year detailing the potential conflicts of interest between Hunter Biden’s foreign ties and his father’s political influence, will keep pursuing the matter after the new Congress takes office next year.
Johnson, who currently chairs the Senate’s Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, has begun telling news outlets that he will not “turn a blind eye” to recent revelations about the Biden family just because the 2020 election had passed.
“Tony Bobulinski coming forward, the computer being revealed, the FBI possibly starting an investigation,” Johnson told the Hill over the weekend. “We had a hard enough time getting what evidence we got to even write a report, and then all