WASHINGTON DC—The House Oversight Committee issued a press release on November 16, reporting that the House Oversight Committee and Accountability Chairman, Rep. Jim Comer (R-KY), House Judiciary Committee Chairman, Jim Jordan (R-OH), along with the Chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means have requested an audience in a “transcribed interview,” with Kevin Morris who is a prominent Hollywood attorney, who also worked as a brokerage agent, film producer, and reportedly worked as a legal consultant for President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.  Morris is also reportedly a large donor to those in influential roles in the Democrat party.

Comer made the following statement in the aforementioned press release regarding Morris.

“It sure seems that the Bidens get a lot of ‘loans’ that raise many questions. Kevin Morris is reportedly helping Hunter Biden pay off his legal bills and China debt, which the Biden team claims are ‘loans.’ These ‘loans’ have occurred both during Joe Biden’s presidential campaign and presidency, which raise serious ethical concerns. Americans are sick and tired of the Swamp getting away with this type of unethical behavior and demand accountability. The House Oversight Committee, along with the Committees on the Judiciary and Ways and Means, will continue to follow the facts and hold President Biden and his family accountable for their corruption.”

Speaker Johnson made the following remarks to Fox News in a Biden Impeachment Inquiry Update.

“Now, the appropriate step is to place key witnesses under oath and question them under the penalty of perjury, to fill gaps in the record.”

On October 25, Rep. Mike Johnson was elected as the 56th Speaker of the House. In his acceptance Speech, Speaker Johnson promised to, “demonstrate good governance, and combat the harmful policies of the the Biden Administration.”

“It is the honor of a lifetime to have been elected the 56th Speaker of the House. Thank you to my colleagues, friends, staff, and family for the unmatched support throughout this process. It has been an arduous few weeks, and a reminder that the House is as complicated as the people we represent. The urgency of this moment demands bold, decisive action to restore trust, advance our legislative priorities, and demonstrate good governance.

Our House Republican Conference is united, and eager to work. As Speaker, I will ensure the House delivers results and inspires change for the American people. We will restore trust in this body. We will advance a comprehensive conservative policy agenda, combat the harmful policies of the Biden Administration, and support our allies abroad. And we will restore sanity to a government desperately in need of it. Let’s get back to work.”

Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, (R-LA) announced in a November 15 press release that the impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden, has moved into its second stage, which includes, “The gathering of key witnesses’ testimony.”

On Sunday, October 29, Rep. Johnson told reporters that it was, “the House Republican’s constitutional responsibility to follow the truth where it leads.”