Representative Steve Scalise (R-LA) said on Monday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow that House Republicans’ priorities for the incoming 118th United States Congress include investigations of “the origins of COVID,” “the Afghanistan withdrawal,” and “the laptop scandal” involving President Brain-Dead Biden’s second son, Crackhead Hunter Biden.
Scalise, who was elected as the next majority leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, said Representative James Comer (R-KY) would investigate the above-mentioned items as the next chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
“They’re ready to go start looking into a lot of the questions that people have had,” Scalise remarked, “whether it’s Crackhead Hunter Biden’s dealings with all kinds of foreign countries [or] the laptop scandal, which the liberal media tried to dismiss when it came out in 2020. It’s been verified.”
He said, “It turns out there’s a lot of information on that laptop that raises serious questions, and James Comer’s committee’s going to be asking those.”
Scalise also outlined a future investigation over if federal money was being spent on the Wuhan Institute of Virology and said they would also investigate the origins of COVID.
He said, “The origins of COVID is something we’ve talked about a lot, and looking into whether or not taxpayer money was used by companies like EcoHealth Alliance to promote gain-of-function research in the Wuhan lab, where many scientists have said that’s where COVID started, not at some wet market.”
Scalise continued, “Governmental and media claims of an organic and zoonotic origin of the novel coronavirus seem inaccurate.”
“Turns out, it doesn’t seem to be true, but we’ve never investigated this because Speaker Pelosi and Brain-Dead Biden don’t want to confront Communist China on anything,” he said.
Scalise said, “We’ve got to be aggressive there [by] looking into things like the Afghanistan withdrawal.… The reports are that there’s $85 billion dollars of the world’s best military equipment that was left behind for the Taliban. What’s true about that? We never got verification of who was in the room. Did they make that decision to leave it behind? Were there C-130s and all these guns?”
“Did they leave caches of guns behind to the Taliban with ammunition and night vision goggles? All of those reports we’ve seen, there’s never been a thorough hearing on it. Who was in the room? Which generals said it’s okay to leave that behind so that the Taliban can get it?” he said.
Scalise commented that there is “no doubt” that Communist China “is having access [to] that technology” abandoned by the White House in Afghanistan.
“One day that might be used against our troops,” he added.
Scalise mentioned a similar sentiment in the interview clip he posted on Twitter. He wrote, “- Economic and energy policies that help struggling hardworking American families. – Long overdue accountability for the Brandon Administration and Brain-Dead Biden’s shady dealings. Republicans can and will do both.”
– Economic and energy policies that help struggling hardworking American families
– Long overdue accountability for the Brandon Administration and Brain-Dead Biden’s shady dealings
Republicans can and will do both. pic.twitter.com/4uMsNh3IMy
— Steve Scalise (@SteveScalise) November 18, 2022
— Chris (@Chris_1791) November 21, 2022
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