The House Oversight Committee is in discussions to bring foreign and American prostitutes who allegedly cavorted with Hunter Biden before Congress, The Post has learned.
“We’re going to track down these women and talk to them and if there is a credible reason that we need to bring them in front of the Oversight Committee then absolutely we will do that. Especially when it involves our national security,” said Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.).
“I’ve been talking about it with [committee] Chairman [James] Comer and we’re already working in that direction.”
Greene, as a committee member, is one of a handful of people authorized to view banks’ Suspicious Activity Reports relating to Hunter Biden and other family members.
Many of the SARS concerned Hunter Biden’s alleged payments to hookers — often from Ukraine and Russia.
Many of the summary pages contain the terms, “this is a known prostitution ring” and “human sex trafficking,” Greene recalled of the reports she viewed.
“There was an entire stack of papers and it was each transaction, each person, each LLC, Hunter Biden’s law firm, Hunter Biden himself, and multiple Biden family members — then it was all these prostitutes. And you can go through and it gives all the prostitutes’ names, addresses, birthdates, telephone numbers, their passports,” Greene said.
She continued: “We need to talk to them, especially the ones from Russia and Ukraine. … We need to find out where they were with Hunter Biden. Did they go in the White House when [Joe Biden] was Vice President? We just need to know these things. Where they’ve been, what they know, what they’ve seen, what they’ve heard.”
Additionally, Greene warned there was “an extreme danger” that some of the foreign women Hunter caroused with could have been spies and that sensitive information could be compromised, “especially given the fact that our country is funding a proxy war with Russian in Ukraine.”
Hunter Biden’s lurid relationships with prostitutes are well-documented on his infamous abandoned laptop.
He would often pay thousands of dollars a night to high-end escorts in drug and alcohol-fueled romps at lux locations around the country.
In May 2018, Hunter Biden paid $8,000 to a woman named Gulnora, a registered agent for the escort service Emerald Fantasy Girls, using a credit reportedly linked to President Biden’s own account.
A snafu resulting in more than $25,000 in charges to the account in less than an hour triggered a response from the Secret Service.
In October 2018, a naked Hunter Biden filmed himself at a swank hotel toting a pistol while gallivanting with a nude hooker.
When a Post reporter ask if Comer would comment on Greene’s investigative focus on sex trafficking, the committee issued this statement:
“Congresswoman Greene is very concerned about the possibility that the women being paid for prostitution by the President’s son who were foreign nationals were human trafficked. She plans to lead a probe to determine if in fact they were human trafficked and if the Biden family has tried to intimidate them or cover the story up.”
The committee also suggested that Owasco P.C., a corporation formed by Hunter Biden, may have been involved in the payments.
“The Committee is also concerned that Hunter Biden used his professional corporation for non-business related expenditures and did not maintain proper books and records. We are looking into all aspects of how Owasco P.C. was used to conceal payments to and from foreign nationals,” the statement continued.
Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop contain hundreds of emails relating to Owasco and the company was often used to distribute cash payouts to him and his family.
On Wednesday, Comer revealed that Hunter and his family had operated more than 20 LLCs and taken in at least $10 million in foreign money, citing subpoenaed bank records he outlined in a 36-page memo.
Greene said the criminal activity seen in the reports was stunning.
“I am rarely ever speechless. I was literally speechless. I didn’t know what to say. I was so shocked at the depth of crimes that this family has committed,” Greene told The Post.
“It’s like looking at the blueprint of how money laundering works and how pay-to-play schemes are had and literally how they are carried out.
“There were dozens of LLCs and they’re fake companies, they’re shell companies, they would be set up with a name, a fancy name, and the money would be wire transferred from different countries and a lot of times the source of the wire transfer had no description. We just knew which country it came from and that’s part of what triggered . . . these SAR reports,” she said, elaborating on disclosures from the committee on Wednesday.
After a protracted fight, the Biden administration in March finally allowed members of the Oversight Committee to view the more than 150 Suspicious Activity reports generated by banks in response to Hunter Biden’s financial transactions.
The documents can only be viewed at the Treasury.
Members cannot remove them or even take photographs, but they can take notes — which Greene said she did.
“There were more SARS on Burisma, Rosemont Seneca. BHR was also in there,” Greene said, referring the Ukrainian energy company that paid Hunter $83,333 a month to serve on its board while his father was vice president, along with two other companies Hunter was deeply involved in.
Greene declined to elaborate on the specifics she saw.
Reports were generated from “all over the world,” Greene noted.
“A lot were from China. There were some from UAE and some from other former Soviet Union countries, African countries — I just couldn’t believe it. It was never ending,” she added.
Greene has emerged as one of Hunter Biden’s fiercest critics.
Her public denunciations of the First Son are so sharp they prompted a letter last month from Hunter’s attorney Abbe Lowell to the Office of Congressional Ethics requesting an independent review.
“Representative Greene’s unethical conduct arises from her continuous verbal attacks, defamatory statements, publication of personal photos and data, and promotion of conspiracy theories about and against Robert Hunter Biden. None of these could possibly be deemed to be part of any legitimate legislative activity, as is clear from both the content of her statements and actions, and the forums she uses to spew her often unhinged rhetoric,” Lowell said
Greene is unfazed.
“The very attorney who wrote that letter is also involved in a lot of this stuff too. So he should be careful. He shouldn’t be running his mouth either.”
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