The GOP-controlled U.S. House of Representatives will vote next week whether to hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress for refusing to testify before Congress, pursuant to duly-issued subpoenas, about his and his father’s business activities. Majority Leader Steve Scalise’s announcement comes two days after the House Oversight and Judiciary committees voted to hold Boy Biden in contempt.
The announcement also coincided with an eight-page letter to committee chairmen from Biden attorney Abbe Lowell. Lowell argued that the committees’ subpoenas carried no legal weight. Biden, he said, will testify when Congress issues a valid subpoena.
Nice try, Republicans said, but your boy had a chance and refused. He is not above the law.
That was the message Louisiana’s Scalise sent on X.
“Floor Vote Announcement: Next week the House will vote to hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress for repeatedly defying subpoenas,” he wrote. “Enough of his…