Grassley: 'Enough Evidence' to Suggest Biden 'Compromised by Chinese'
Senator says the evidence is enough to warrant an investigation into Joe Biden
Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has revealed that there's now "enough evidence" to warrant an investigation into whether Democrat Joe Biden is "compromised by the Chinese."
Speaking during an interview on Fox News’s “Jesse Watters Primetime,” Grassley told the host that he now has “enough evidence” to suggest that Biden is "compromised" by his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China.
While the senator stopped short by saying there's enough evidence to charge Biden, he said it's enough to ask "legitimate" questions that are impossible to answer without a full investigation.
Watters said, “Do you have evidence, senator, that would lead to you believe that Joe is potentially compromised by the Chinese?”
Grassley said, “I only have enough evidence that that’s a legitimate question.
"I do not have evidence that goes as far as you would like to have me say it goes."
"If I could say it, I would say it,” Grassley continued.
"What we do know is that Hunter Biden is had arrangements with Chinese business people, the CEFC corporation, it’s an energy company, those Chinese business people had connections to the military and the Chinese Communist Party.
"We know that they received $5 million one time," the senator noted.
"James [Joe Biden's brother] received a million dollars one time.
"Then we got all sorts of bank records saying on a regular order that $100,000 for many months to Hunter Biden, $ 65,000 to James Biden.
"And then it raises the question.
"Does this compromise the national security of the United States?
"Do they have enough on them to get something out of a president of the United States?
"I can’t answer that question.”
Watters asked, “Doesn’t that lead most fair-minded people to believe that maybe that money is influencing the president of the United States’ decisions and that could affect our national security?”
Grassley said, “It could mean that.
"If I had enough evidence to say that you’re 100% right, I would be willing to say that.
"But I think I have a reputation of just going by the facts and following the money, and right now, I can’t go that far.”