Jesse Watters Makes Shocking Announcement Live On Fox News

Jesse Watters Makes Shocking Announcement Live On Fox News

Jesse Watters, a primetime Fox News personality, appears to have thrown his full support behind former President Donald Trump amid Joe Biden’s tumultuous first term, marked by a surge in illegal immigration, rising inflation, and financial challenges for many Americans.

During a lively House Oversight Committee hearing featuring former Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski, who reiterated previous claims about Joe Biden's alleged involvement in his son Hunter Biden's questionable business dealings with countries like China and Russia, Watters made his remarks on his solo show aired on Wednesday. Watters is also a co-host on the popular program 'The Five.'

Watters remarked, 'The Democrats say there’s no evidence.' 'The media continues the four-year cover-up, insisting there's no evidence.'

He went on to suggest that the IRS and the Justice Department would 'suddenly' uncover Joe Biden's 'offshore accounts' showcasing corruption if Trump were to be reelected in November.

'We're still awaiting credit card records from multiple banks. The IRS whistleblowers confirm the existence of offshore accounts protected by the DOJ. But if Trump wins and uncovers Biden's offshore accounts, regardless of what Robert Hur says, an empathetic, elderly man with a foggy memory will be on trial,' predicted Watters.

'If Biden wins reelection and Republicans retain the House, then impeachment becomes plausible. This year, however, it's about what the American people believe and how it affects their vote. Biden's corruption is widely known – we just need to vote him out,' added Watters.

Chairman of the House Republican Conference and New York representative, Rep. Elise Stefanik, discussed a 'damning photo' she discovered in August 2023. The GOP-led House continues to investigate what they claim is mounting evidence of corruption involving President Joe Biden and his family.

According to Fox News, Stefanik revealed finding an image of Biden with his current advisor, Hunter Biden, during his time as vice president aboard Air Force Two.

Hunter Biden and his associates at Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings seem to have been in contact with Joe Biden's special presidential coordinator, Amos Hochstein, during Hunter's tenure on the board. This correspondence was highlighted in previously published emails by Fox News Digital.

David Lienemann, the White House photographer, captured the image of Biden receiving a briefing from Hochstein during Air Force Two's travel to meet Ukrainian officials on December 6, 2015. This coincided with Biden's threat to withhold $1 billion in US aid unless Ukraine fired their prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who was investigating Burisma.

'This damning picture of then-Vice President Joe Biden on Air Force Two conversing with Amos Hochstein further proves Biden and senior Biden Administration officials were aware of Hunter Biden's questionable foreign business dealings and Joe Biden's direct involvement as Vice President,' Stefanik stated to Fox News Digital.

She continued, 'At the time of this photo, Hochstein was communicating with Hunter Biden and Burisma, where Hunter served on the board. We also know this photo was taken before Joe Biden's infamous meeting with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, where Biden threatened aid cuts if the prosecutor investigating Burisma wasn't fired.'

'All evidence points to Joe Biden's deep entanglement. House Republicans are committed to thoroughly investigating Biden's role in his family's influence-peddling activities,' Stefanik concluded.

Fox News added the following details:

In August 2021, Hochstein, who previously worked for the Obama-Biden administration as a special envoy and coordinator for international energy affairs, was appointed Biden's special coordinator for global infrastructure and energy security. In February 2022, he was promoted to special presidential coordinator.

Subscribe to Conservative Patriots

Don’t miss out on the latest issues. Sign up now to get access to the library of members-only issues.