JUST IN: House Republicans Set To Release Documents That Prove Hunter Biden Lied Under Oath

The House Ways and Means Committee has voted to release documents related to Hunter Biden’s closed-door deposition, which was conducted back in February. According to members of the committee, the transcript will “indisputably” prove that Hunter lied under oath.

The House Ways & Means Committee on Wednesday held a mark-up session to discuss documents protected under IRS code 6103, a portion of the tax code that keeps some information confidential. If the material were to be released without discussion from the committee, it would constitute a felony. The panel ultimately voted to release the information on Wednesday.

“Hunter Biden has shown once again he believes there are two systems of justice in this country – one for his family, and one for everyone else. Not only did Hunter Biden refuse to comply with his initial subpoena until threatened with criminal contempt, but he then came before Congress and lied,” House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) told Fox News.

“The Ways and Means Committee’s investigation, and the documents released today, are not part of a personal vendetta against Hunter Biden, but are meant to ensure the equal application of the law.”

According to Smith, the documents will prove that Hunter Biden lied to congressional investigators at least three times throughout his deposition.

Smith notched that numerous individuals who have been prosecuted for lying to Congress. “Lying during sworn testimony is a felony offense that the Department of Justice has prosecuted numerous individuals for in recent years, and the American people expect the same accountability for the son of the President of the United States,” he said.

“Hunter Biden’s lies under oath, and obstruction of a congressional investigation into his family’s potential corruption, calls into question other pieces of his testimony,” Smith told Fox News. “The newly released evidence affirms, once again, the only witnesses who can be trusted to tell the truth in this investigation are the IRS whistleblowers.”

Congressional investigators are claiming that the president’s son mischaracterized his role at a former firm of his, Rosemont Seneca Partners. Biden allegedly had control of the firm’s bank accounts despite telling the committee otherwise.

In addition, the committee is claiming that emails between Hunter and his former business partner Devon Archer show that the president’s son helped a man named Miguel Aleman with visa documents. In his deposition, Hunter reportedly told the committee that he did not help a foreign national obtain a visa.

The committee also pointed to an infamous WhatsApp message Biden sent to Henry Zhao, an executive at the CCP-linked firm CEFC. In the message allegedly sent by the first son, he told Zhao that both he and his father would ensure “you will regret not following my direction.”

Biden told the committee that he sent the message to the “wrong Zhao,” though records show that Henry Zhao was the only person with that surname whom Hunter interacted with on the messaging platform.

Hunter requested the $10 million bank transfer for his joint-venture with CEFC known as SinoHawk Holdings.

“I am sitting here with my father, and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled,” Hunter Biden told Henry Zhao, the director of Chinese asset management firm Harvest Fund Management. “And, Z, if I get a call or text from anyone involved in this other than you, Zhang or the chairman, I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction.”

Zhao replied by saying that “CEFC is willing to cooperate with the family.”

Hunter is currently facing a number of felony gun and tax-related charges filed by Special Counsel David Weiss, a former U.S. attorney from Delaware who headed up the Hunter Biden investigation for years. The first son has been accused of lying on a federal form when purchasing a handgun, as well as failing to pay taxes over a four-year period.