House Oversight Chairman James Comer Launches Investigation Into Hunter Biden’s Art-Selling Scheme
House Oversight Chairman James Comer on Wednesday announced an investigation into Hunter Biden’s art-selling scheme.
Rep. Comer sent a letter to Hunter Biden’s art dealer, Georges Berges, seeking information on anonymous purchasers of Hunter Biden’s garbage artwork.
“The Committee on Oversight and Accountability is investigating President Joe Biden and his family’s foreign and domestic influence peddling schemes,” wrote Chairman Comer. “For over a decade, the Biden family has profited from Joe Biden’s positions as a public official. Your arrangement with Hunter Biden raises serious ethics concerns and calls into question whether the Biden family is again selling access and influence. Despite being a novice artist, Hunter Biden received exorbitant amounts of money selling his artwork, the buyers’ identities remain unknown, and you appear to be the sole record keeper of these lucrative transactions.”
Who’s buying Hunter Biden’s art?
@RepJamesComer is calling on Georges Bergès to provide information about Hunter’s secret art sales.
Americans need answers and transparency.
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) January 25, 2023
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In 2021, Hunter Biden met with potential buyers for his artwork at a private affair in Los Angeles after Psaki promised the identities of the potential buyers would be kept a secret from the Bidens.
It was also discovered that Hunter Biden’s Soho art dealer Georges Bergès has strong ties to China and was once arrested for “terrorist threats.”
Hunter’s garbage artwork (photo below) ranged from “$75,000 for works on paper to $500,000 for large-scale paintings.”
“He’s looking forward to it. It is like someone debuting in the world. And of course he will be there,” Georges Berges Gallery spokeswoman Robin Davis told CBS News.