The House Oversight Committee said it had spoken with an FBI agent, who confirmed the testimony of an IRS whistleblower regarding Hunter Biden’s alleged special treatment. by the Department of Justice, this while being investigated for tax and weapons accusations.
For the moment, yesIt is analyzed whether the investigators in charge of the fiscal affairs of the son of the president of the nation and his lie about the use of drugs in a weapons permit gave preferential treatment to the son of the president of the nation.
About the case it is known that two IRS whistleblowers, one anonymous and the other named Gary Shapley, affirm that Hunter received different care than most people receive.
Through a message on social networks, the Oversight Committee pointed out that an FBI agent who worked on the case of Biden’s offspring confirmed that he was treated preferentially.
“The agent’s testimony is disgusting and reveals how far the Justice Department is willing to go to cover up for the Bidens,” part of the text indicates.
In response, Democrats dismissed the agent’s claim, arguing that it is common for the FBI and the Justice Department to disagree on how to proceed with an investigation.
It should be noted that, toAt the time of providing their statement, the IRS informants expressed that in the treatment of Hunter Biden a pattern prevailed, even to delay the steps of his investigation during the months prior to the 2020 elections, which ultimately led his father Joe Biden to occupy the White House.
To rule out or corroborate any type of suspicion about what happened around the case of the president’s son, andThis Wednesday Gary Shapley will testify before the House Oversight Committee, in a hearing where it is announced that the identity of the second IRS witness will be revealed.
“The agent CONFIRMED key parts of the IRS whistleblower testimony, including that both Secret Service headquarters and the Biden transition team were INFORMED about Hunter Biden’s planned interview.
In fact, on the day of Hunter Biden’s interview, FEDERAL AGENTS WERE TOLD TO WAIT FOR THEMSELVES AND NOT TO APPROACH HUNTER BIDEN; they had to wait for his call,” the Oversight Committee noted.
What is relevant to the case is that last month, Hunter Biden entered into a plea agreement, but he is still due in court at the end of this month.
Source: La Opinion