Congress shows records of foreign payments made from Hunter to Joe Biden

The president received $1,380 through Owasco PC, an entity owned by his son, according to House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer.

New bank records released in Congress show that Hunter Biden made payments with foreign money to his father, Joe Biden, through an entity called Owasco PC. The chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Republican James Comer, released bank records showing the transfers made.

"Today, the House Oversight Committee is releasing subpoenaed bank records that show Hunter Biden’s business entity, Owasco PC, made direct monthly payments to Joe Biden. This wasn’t a payment from Hunter Biden’s personal account, but an account for his corporation that received payments from China and other shady corners of the world," Comer said.

Specifically, the records show a payment of $1,380 made on Sept. 17, 2018, although a committee assistant indicated that they have evidence of two more transfers of the same amount made on Oct. 15, 2018, and Nov. 15, 2018.

Comer added that "Hunter Biden is under an investigation by the Department of Justice for using Owasco PC for tax evasion and other serious crimes," even though "the Justice Department was trying to cover up for the Bidens."

'Joe Biden knew about, participated in and benefited from his family's influence peddling schemes'

Joe Biden has always denied having knowledge of or being involved in his son's shady business dealings. Comer listed each of the president's statements and called them "lies," adding that "Hunter Biden’s legal team and the White House’s media allies claim Hunter’s corporate entities never made payments directly to Joe Biden."

With bank records released Monday, Comer claimed that "payments from Hunter’s business entity to Joe Biden are now part of a pattern revealing Joe Biden knew about, participated in, and benefited from his family’s influence peddling schemes."