Biden family associate subpoenaed by House Oversight Committee

 June 14, 2023

House Oversight Committee members announced this week that they have subpoenaed Devon Archer, a Biden family associate.

Archer is set to appear for a deposition before Congress this Friday.

"Mr. Archer’s testimony is critical to the Committee’s investigation as he was Hunter Biden’s business partner in a number of transactions involving foreign nationals and foreign companies," a tweet from the Committee read.

"Mr. Archer is associated with corporate entities that the Committee has identified and the Biden family’s role in each of them. Furthermore, he has significant information regarding the purpose of these companies and knowledge of relevant documents related to the Committee’s investigation. We look forward to hearing from him," it added.

"Archer was convicted in February 2022 for defrauding a Native American tribal entity and sentenced to a year and a day in prison and ordered to pay $43,954,416.75. In April, the government sought to garnish funds from his accounts after he failed to pay," reported Breitbart.

"Archer served in 2014 with Hunter Biden on the board of Burisma, a Ukraine-based energy company now at the center of bribery claims being investigated by the House Oversight Committee," according to Breitbart. "In 2016, Archer resigned from Burisma’s board after his arrest."

Archer was photographed in 2014 playing golf with Joe Biden, who was vice president at the time, in Southhampton, New York.

"The photo raised serious questions regarding the extent to which Biden was aware of his beleaguered son’s overseas business deals — something he claimed as a presidential candidate that he has never discussed with his son," reported Breitbart.

"I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings," Biden recently said to reporters at a campaign stop in Iowa.

"The subpoena came shortly after Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) took to the Senate floor to question why the FBI redacted a portion of an interview with an informant before showing it to the House Oversight Committee that said a foreign national, believed to be the Burisma CEO, had 15 audio recordings of phone calls with Hunter Biden and two with Biden himself," Breitbart reports.