Rep. Debbie Lesko, (R-Ariz.), is the latest addition to the movement of legislators demanding that the Department of Justice appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

A spokesman for Lesko said she sent a letter earlier this month, arguing that a special attorney would be the only way to ensure a thorough investigation into the multiple corruption allegations against the Bidens, according to Fox News on Dec. 28. 

Lesko responded to a tweet from Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), who is already among the congressmen united in this case, sharing his support for a special investigation. 

Biggs had already denounced on Oct. 22 the Bidens’ links in the complex web of corruption with which they earned billions of dollars. The controversial business has been going on since Joe Biden became vice president of the United States. 

“TONIGHT: I’ll be joining @dbongino on #HANNITY to talk about my continued call for a special counsel to investigate the Bidens. Americans must be assured that we have justice and accountability for any corruption & wrongdoing,” Biggs had written. 

Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) also joined Sens. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) in requesting special counsel. Graham mentioned this option on Sept. 6.

President Donald Trump consulted with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and other officials about the possibility of assigning a special prosecutor to investigate Biden’s suspicious financial activity, according to reports on Dec. 15.

The New York Post on Oct. 15 uncovered an outrageous source of tens of thousands of records involving several members of the Biden family in serious corruption with governments in several countries and especially with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). 

Although the FBI has had information about the alleged crimes of the Biden family since 2015, it has not yet reported results, generating frustration among congressmen and other Americans.  

Recently Hunter Biden and his uncle Jim Biden were summoned by Delaware prosecutors to clarify tax issues, which could even involve money laundering. 

So far Joe Biden has avoided statements about the troubling case, which is ignored by the mainstream media and considered by Democrats to be “Russian disinformation.”