In a scathing statement, the committee condemned the President and his administration for attempting to silence the press and pledged to continue providing information to the American people.
According to the committee, the White House has been evading questions regarding President Biden's alleged involvement in his family's influence-peddling schemes and the nature of the Bidens' lucrative business deals. The committee argues that witness testimony has revealed Joe Biden's central role in these schemes, with the former Vice President being referred to as "The Brand." It is alleged that Biden's name and position were used to signal access, influence, and power, ultimately benefiting the Biden family financially.
In response to the White House's attempts to suppress media coverage of the impeachment inquiry, the committee expressed concern over what the administration may be trying to hide. The committee vowed to persist in following the evidence and providing the transparency that the American people demand and deserve, shedding light on President Biden's alleged abuse of public office.
The leaked letter, addressed to top executives at major news outlets, urged them to intensify their scrutiny of House Republicans following Speaker Kevin McCarthy's announcement of the inquiry earlier this week.