BREAKING: Psaki Caught Hiding Shocking Biden Scandal – Proof Is Out…

Republican Representative Brian Babin of Texas blasted White House press secretary Jen Psaki for dodging questions about Hunter Biden’s shenanigans.

Babin said Psaki did not have “any information” about Hunter Biden’s business partner Eric Schwerin appearing on the visitor logs at the White House 19 times when President Joe Biden was serving as Vice President to President Barack Obama.

“Babin called Psaki’s response ‘totally unacceptable’ and said that ‘the American people deserve to know the truth,'” reports Breitbart News.

“He questioned if the Democrats were unhappy with Biden’s presidency and if that was the reason more information on the Biden family’s financial dealings was coming out,” reported Breitbart News.

“The American people deserve to know the truth. We have known the truth. I think everyone in this country that has half a brain knows what has been going on — that there has been something fishy that has been going on under the Democratic leadership of the Obama administration that Vice President Biden was a part of, and why were they given access — these people given access to the vice president, to Obama’s, you know, administration personnel, and then big tech simply ignored it,” Babin said.

“My curiosity is aroused,” he added. “Why all of a sudden are we hearing this news? It makes one wonder if they are not happy with the Biden administration’s actions and results currently right now, and they are planning on doing something, maybe a switch there. I have no idea what’s going on there, but big tech, the mainstream media have covered this thing up, and now all of a sudden, we are seeing a little bit of the truth come peeping over the horizon, and we want to have the entire truth. And that’s what we deserve, and hopefully, we will be getting that.”

To see video of this interview, click here.

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