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‘Obstructed Every Step of the Way’ Comer Blasts DOJ and FBI Not Cooperating with Biden Investigation

“All these government agencies have knowledge of potential corruption by Joe Biden,” Comer said.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) says federal agencies have obstructed the investigation into the Biden family and have not cooperated at all.

"We're being obstructed every step of the way," Comer said on the Wednesday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "We're being obstructed by the Biden attorneys. We're being obstructed by the Democrats in Congress. But more concerning than anything, we're being obstructed by our federal government – by the Department of Justice, by the FBI, by the IRS, by the Treasury cabinet, and by the Secret Service."

"All these government agencies have knowledge of potential corruption by Joe Biden, yet they refuse to cooperate with us or when they do, they give us a document that's so heavily redacted," he continued. "It's almost a joke."

Congressional investigators disclosed Wednesday that firms tied to the Biden family collected more than $20 million from foreign sources, including big payments from controversial oligarchs who afterwards had private dinners with Joe Biden as vice president.

According to the memo, the Biden family had a pattern of doing business deals with business figures from Russia, China, Ukraine, and Romania.

"This is not normal behavior, for a family to receive millions of dollars from our enemies around the world," Comer stated.

Comer said that the biggest concerns to U.S. national security are the deals with China.

"Of all the countries that the Bidens took money from bad people – China's the worst," he said. And this should be the biggest concern to our national security."

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