Hunter Biden said that Greene repeatedly launched verbal assaults, published false assertions, made personal information and photographs public, and promoted conspiracies about him and other people.
Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Abbe David Lowell, asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to investigate and take necessary action against the Congresswoman in a letter written to the office’s co-chairs and chairman.
In Lowell’s letter, Greene is charged with breaking Clause 1 of House Rule XXIII (Code of Official Conduct), which states that every member of the House must always act “in a manner that reflects creditably on the House.” Members must follow the word and spirit of the House Rules according to the regulation.
Greene’s criticisms on Hunter Biden and his family, according to Lowell, are not a genuine element of any legislative activity, and as a result, they do not speak well of the House. He makes reference to a precedent established by the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct of the 90th Congress, which contained the Code to address egregious legal infractions that reflect negatively on the whole Congress.
Furthermore, according to Lowell, Greene’s online comments and public outbursts against Hunter Biden and his family members amount to playground taunts that fall short of the integrity and demeanor required of House of Representatives members.
Her public speeches and online comments are described as “a spray of shotgun pellets of personal vitriol that are the definition of conduct that does not reflect “creditably on the House” and are neither legislative drafting, oversight, or real congressional business.”
He mentioned a video clip that Representative Greene posted on Twitter in which she accused Hunter Biden of paying non-resident women who were citizens of Russia or other Eastern European nations and who seemed to be associated with an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring. The ladies in the video footage were Russian or other Eastern European nationalities.
Lowell requested that the House Committee on Ethics be notified about Representative Greene’s actions after the Office of Congressional Ethics conducted an investigation into it to establish the severity of its breaches.
In light of the rising criticism surrounding Marjorie Taylor Greene’s acts, Hunter Biden has asked for an investigation into her behavior. The Left has accused Greene of advancing conspiracies and disseminating “misinformation,” including assertions that the 2020 election was rigged in favor of the outgoing president Donald Trump.
Hunter Biden asked the Office of Congressional Ethics to look into Representative Greene’s actions, but they haven’t yet responded. The House Committee on Ethics may be contacted to do more research and consider taking disciplinary action if the Office of Congressional Ethics discovers evidence of ethical transgressions or misconduct.