Biden Team Gets Subpoenaed Again, Will They Protect Joe?

Regarding Joe Biden’s mental health, House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) subpoenaed three of his staffers this week.

The investigation will continue to put pressure on Democrats, who are in disarray as a result of the president’s controversial debate performance.

Subpoenaed parties consist of:

Senior advisor Ashley Williams, Anthony Bernal, Deputy Chief of Staff Annie Tomasini, and the top aide to First Lady Jill Biden are all involved.

Despite their modest profile, the aides are apparently “extremely influential” in the WH.

Breitbart News obtained a statement from Comer, claiming that “the White House has shielded three important aides from testifying about Biden’s mishandling of classified documents, and now we have learned through reporting that these same aides are also seeking to cover up President Joe Biden’s declining mental state inside the White House.”

Comer went on, “President Biden is obviously unsuitable for office, but his team is attempting to conceal the facts from the American public.” “In order for our committee to provide Americans with the openness and accountability they deserve, key White House staff members must appear before us.”

Comer has given the three assistants until July 17 to reply to his request that they participate in private interviews later this month.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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