Biden-loving media hypes Comer’s one ‘shell company’ and he responds with ONE stinging photo

Like a psychotic Wonder Woman deflecting deadly bullets with her “Bracelets of Submission,” the liberal media is frantically trying to fend off Rep. James Comer’s onslaught of evidence against President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.

Lacking a “Lasso of Truth,” the Associated Press’s Brian Slodysko pulled out the “WhatAboutism Card of Cluster” and hurled it at Comer’s head, claiming, “The Republican leading the probe of Hunter Biden has his own shell company and complicated friends.”

“Rep. James Comer, a multimillionaire farmer, boasts of being one of the largest landholders near his rural Kentucky hometown, and he has meticulously documented nearly all of his landholdings on congressional financial disclosure documents – roughly 1,600 acres (645 hectares) in all,” Slodysko reports. “But there are 6 acres (2.4 hectares) that he bought in 2015 and co-owns with a longtime campaign contributor that he has treated differently, transferring his ownership to Farm Team Properties, a shell company he co-owns with his wife.”

The “Cluster” that Slodysko slings is, admittedly, nothing short of spectacular.

“Interviews and records reviewed by The Associated Press provide new insights into the financial deal, which risks undercutting the force of some of Comer’s central arguments in his impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden,” he writes.

Slodysko continues:

For months, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee and his Republican colleagues have been pounding Biden, a Democrat, for how his relatives traded on their famous name to secure business deals.

In particular, Comer has attacked some Biden family members, including the president’s son Hunter, over their use of shell companies that appear designed to obscure millions of dollars in earnings they received from shadowy middlemen and foreign interests.

 

Unable to dispute the allegations against the Biden family, Slodysko argues that Comer’s farm is akin to the holdings of the Chinese Communist Party and Ukrainian oligarchs:

The AP found that Farm Team Properties functions in a similarly opaque way as the companies used by the Bidens, masking his stake in the land that he co-owns with the donor from being revealed on his financial disclosure forms. Those records describe Farm Team Properties as his wife’s “land management and real estate speculation” company without providing further details.

It’s not clear why Comer decided to put those six acres in a shell company, or what other assets Farm Team Properties may hold. On his most recent financial disclosure forms, Comer lists its value as being as much as $1 million, a substantial sum but a fraction of his overall wealth.

 

Not surprisingly, professional sycophant Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) slurped up Slodysko’s story.

Well, well, well. We should have known this is what’s really been going on,” he wrote on X. “After making so many false claims against President Biden, James Comer is the one with the shady finances.”

As BizPac Review reported, Swalwell is facing a potential ethics complaint after he allegedly “aided and abetted” a crime on behalf of Hunter Biden by reserving the Capitol spot the first son used to defy a Congressional subpoena.

The liberal left at Mediaite ran with the story.


And the narrative is being dutifully echoed by Biden supporters.


Even President Biden’s official campaign account weighed in.

Rep. Comer, meanwhile, responded to the uproar with a post even a progressive could understand:

Melissa Fine

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