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House Ways and Means Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) accused Hunter Biden on Wednesday of lying under oath during his closed-door testimony before Congress in February.

New documents from a whistleblower contradict Hunter Biden's testimony before Congress. Hunter Biden repeatedly lied to Congress about his family's international plan for influence. said Chairman Smith.

“Hunter Biden has once again shown that he believes there are two justice systems in this country: one for his family and one for everyone else. Hunter Biden not only refused to comply with his first subpoena until he was threatened with criminal contempt, but he then went before Congress and lied,” Jason Smith, chairman of the House Ways & Means Committee, told Fox News. “The Way and Means Committee investigation and the documents released today are not part of a personal vendetta against Hunter Biden, but are intended to ensure the equal application of the law.”

Chairman Smith said Hunter Biden lied about his shakedown message to his Chinese business partner Zhao. Hunter claimed he messaged the wrong Zhao because he was “high or drunk,” but records show the two had been messaging each other for months.

“First, Hunter Biden lied about the recipient of a WhatsApp message sent with the apparent intent to threaten a business associate and demand payment. In the message, Hunter Biden mentioned twice that he was with his father. In the statement, Hunter Biden attempted to dismiss the message, claiming that he was either referred to as “high or drunk” when he sent it, and had sent it in that state to the wrong Zhao, and not actually the person at the Chinese had joined. energy company CEFC. Hunter claimed under oath that the recipient, quote, “had no understanding or even remotely knowing of what…I was even talking about,” Chairman Smith said in his opening statement, according Just the news.

Fox news reported:

Republicans in the House of Representatives said they had obtained information to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Hunter Biden lied under oath multiple times during his testimony in Congress earlier this year, Fox News Digital has learned.

The House Ways & Means Committee held an aggravation session Wednesday to discuss documents protected under IRS code 6103 — a section of the tax code that keeps certain information confidential. Discussing that material without proper release by the House Ways & Means Committee is considered a criminal offense.

The panel voted Wednesday to release that information.

Smith said the documents the committee obtained show that Hunter Biden lied at least three times during his testimony.

Smith noted that “lying during sworn testimony is a crime for which the Department of Justice has prosecuted countless individuals in recent years, and the American people expect the same responsibility for the son of the President of the United States.”

“Hunter Biden's lies under oath and obstruction of a Congressional investigation into his family's possible corruption call other parts of his testimony into question,” Smith said. “The recently released evidence reaffirms that the only witnesses who can be trusted to tell the truth in this investigation are the IRS whistleblowers.”

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