House Oversight Committee’s ranking member Rep. James Comer (R-KY) has demanded Hunter Biden’s “art” dealer “assist” in an investigation regarding “undue White House influence” over Hunter’s scheme of selling paintings worth $500,000 to anonymous investors.
In a congressional letter addressed to Hunter’s art dealer, Georges Bergès, Comer notes it “is the Oversight Committee’s responsibly to scrutinize Mr. Biden’s business activities because he [Bergès] chooses to conduct them in the most murky and corrupt corners of international affairs.” The letter also speaks to Bergès’ connections to China and the art industry’s “commodities of fluid and opaque value” that “evade sanctions”:
Moreover, he has chosen—in the latest iteration of his career—to sell commodities of fluid and opaque value to anonymous benefactors. Mr. Biden acknowledges it is “a hell of a lot easier to get noticed” as an artist due to his family name.
Given Mr. Biden’s connection to the White House, his network of foreign associates,