House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer has issued a sweeping subpoena for 14 years of bank records linked to three individuals concerning the panel's investigation into Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings. The top Democrat on the committee, Rep. Jamie Raskin, revealed that the subpoena was issued to Bank of America on February 27 and seeks records from when Joe Biden became Vice President. Raskin denounced the subpoena in a letter, stating that it was issued with little notice and covered a staggering 14-year period. The three account holders in question were business associates of Hunter and James Biden in a venture with CEFC China Energy, including John “Rob” Walker. Raskin added that the subpoena was overly broad and suggested that the investigation conducted a "dragnet of political opposition research on behalf of former President [Donald] Trump." [tweet_embed]March 14, 2023[/tweet_embed] Comer confirmed on Fox News that he received Walker's bank records and that they implicate a "new Biden family member" in the alleged influence peddling scheme. He did not reveal the individual's identity. [tweet_embed]March 14, 2023[/tweet_embed] Still, his office stated that the records solidify their understanding of several areas of concern and have opened new avenues of investigation about the Biden family's business schemes. “We got his account. We confirmed that that account, around two months after Joe Biden left the office of Vice President, received a $3 million wire from two individuals directly associated with the Chinese Communist Party.” Comer is also seeking suspicious activity reports on Biden family transactions from the Treasury Department, as well as sales records for artworks sold by Hunter Biden through a Manhattan gallery. House investigators are attempting to determine President Biden's role in his family's foreign enterprises and whether they create conflicts of interest for U.S. foreign policy that could amount to corruption. A Delaware Federal investigation into Hunter Biden actively covers possible tax fraud, illegal foreign lobbying, and other crimes. According to Raskin, Two of Hunter’s business associates have identified President Joe Biden as the “big guy.” Republicans have accused Biden of being too soft on China on issues such as determining the origins of COVID-19 and stopping Fentanyl exports. The review of Joe Biden's role in his family's overseas income is expected to touch on various other enterprises, including Hunter Biden's role on the board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma. Laptop records indicate that Joe Biden attended a 2015 DC dinner organized by Hunter that included Burisma executive Vadym Pozharskyi. Russian billionaire Yelena Baturina and her husband, ex-Moscow mayor Yury Luzhkov, were invited to the same dinner. Republicans are seeking to better understand Hunter Biden's role in U.S. real estate investments with Baturina and Vladimir Yevtushenkov, as well as his ownership of a 10% stake in state-backed BHR Partners.