Rep. Comer to Newsmax: Bank Records, Not Informant, Key to Case

Democrats have been crowing that the impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden should be closed following the indictment of former FBI informant Alexander Smirnov by the Department of Justice on charges of lying about the president’s alleged business dealings with a Ukrainian energy company.

But Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., who is leading the impeachment inquiry, told Newsmax on Thursday that Smirnov was a small piece of the larger investigation into alleged influence peddling and criminal activity by Biden and members of his family.

“He’s a micropiece” of the whole puzzle, Comer told “Rob Schmitt Tonight,” adding the bank records he obtained during the investigation tell the whole story, and bank records “don’t lie.”

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