DOJ Tries to Arrest Devon Archer Before He Testifies on Biden-Bribe Scheme
The Department of Justice (doj) is trying to arrest Hunter Biden’s former business partner Devon Archer, who is set to testify on the Biden bribe scheme before the House Oversight Committee later today.
A Manhattan U.S. attorney sent a letter to Judge Ronnie Abrams on Saturday urging the court to “set a surrender date” for Archer to turn himself in for charges unrelated to the Biden case. In February 2022, Archer was sentenced to a year in prison for fraud in issuing and selling bonds. The letter pushes for him to commence his sentence. Archer’s attorney, Matthew Schwartz, has argued that choosing a jail date is premature because appeal options are still in deliberation and an error was found in the sentencing process.
In an interview with Fox News on Sunday, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer said of the letter:
It’s odd that it was issued on a Saturday, and it’s odd that it’s right before he’s scheduled to come in to have an opportunity to speak in front of the House Oversight Committee and tell the American people the truth about what really went on with Burisma.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has repeatedly said that “the president was never in business with his son.” Archer’s upcoming testimony could say otherwise. He will proceed with the testimony despite the letter.
‘Deep state’: The doj and Federal Bureau of Investigation have been weaponized by the radical left. Attempts to silence and discredit whistleblowers are exposing that. Read our Trends article “Is the ‘Deep State’ Real?” to learn more. To keep up with the latest on the Biden-Bribe scheme, tune in to Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry’s program, Trumpet Daily.