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Biden Crime Family Has 150+ ‘Suspicious Activity Reports’ – Treasury ‘Obstructing’ Release

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Published on: November 25, 2022

And this is what total corruption looks like:  The guy at the top, illegitimately of course, is corrupt and all those not doing a thing to bring him to justice are corrupt as well.  Though a House Committee promised and investigation, as if we need another one, of the Biden crime family and discovered more than 150 suspicious activity reports, the Treasury Department, under Biden, is refusing to provide requested documents to Congress.

American Military News reports:

The recently announced House Republican investigation into President Joe Biden and his family’s business dealings will focus, in part, on at least 150 banking suspicious activity reports (SARs) allegedly related to the Biden family and their business dealings. The new investigative effort comes after the Treasury Department, under Biden’s control, has refused to produce the records after previous Republican requests.

In a Thursday report, Republican lawmakers described several evidence and whistleblower testimony suggesting President Biden had knowledge of his family’s foreign business activities. The report also said “Committee Republicans are aware of the existence of additional evidence implicating the Biden family business ventures in suspicious activities but have been obstructed in our attempts to obtain that information.”

“The Department of Treasury is in possession of at least 150 Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) related to Biden family members’ financial transactions,” the Republican report states. “Despite numerous formal requests by Committee Republicans to review those SARs, and despite

decades of precedent of Treasury making SARs available pursuant to congressional requests, the Biden Administration changed longstanding policy and now refuses to produce Biden family SARs or to make them available for Committee Republican investigators’ in camera review.”

These SARs are records produced by banking and financial institutions file with the U.S. Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) whenever there is a suspected case of money laundering or fraud.

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