Mar 8, 2023 | News

Treasury Official Backs out of Testifying Friday About Biden Family’s ‘Suspicious’ Wire Transfers 

Treasury Official Backs out of Testifying Friday About Biden Family's 'Suspicious' Wire Transfers 

Treasury Department official Jonathan Davidson, who was set to testify Friday about the agency withholding the Biden family’s “suspicious” bank records, has “declined to attend the hearing.” His absence means House Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) must again threaten the use of a subpoena to compel the 150 suspicious activity reports (SARs) generated by U.S. banks.

Davidson was scheduled to testify Friday at 9:00 AM about the Biden family SARs, which “often contain evidence of potential criminal activities, such as money laundering and fraud,” according to a 2020 Senate report.

But Comer’s Tuesday evening press release stated Davidson has “declined to attend the hearing” after the Treasury has refused to “give a timeline of when such documents will be provided to the Committee despite our repeated accommodations.”

Davidson’s refusal to answer…

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