Whistleblowers: We Wanted Felonies Filed Years Ago

IRS whistleblowers heard the news about Hunter Biden getting his golden “get out of jail free” card and went ballistic. They wanted to file felony charges against him years ago. The Just Us Department wouldn’t do it. They didn’t want to ask any questions which they didn’t want to hear the answers to. The House Ways and Means Committee whipped up some fancy graphics to illustrate their point and held a press conference on Thursday.

IRS covering up the real crimes

According to a pair of IRS whistleblowers working the case against Hunter Biden, they had an 11-count charging recommendation all ready to roll, a long time ago. They weren’t the piddly little misdemeanors he’s been allowed to plea bargain to.

They were all set to nail him to the wall on attempted tax evasion, filing a false tax return and other felonies. The allegations reach all the way back to 2014 and also involve filings for 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.

There were prosecutors at the DOJ just chomping at the bit to take the IRS tax cases to court but “more senior attorneys” dumped a big bucket of ice water on that idea. “In a deal with prosecutors announced earlier this week, Hunter Biden is pleading guilty to just two tax misdemeanors.” He gets a couple years probation and all his other alleged crimes magically disappear.

That’s why his big lawyer, Abbe Lowell, gets the big bucks. He’s reportedly one of the highest paid attorney’s on the planet. Now, you can see why. He even got Hunter the child support reduction he wanted, without ever having to show a single income document to the court. That’s a good lawyer. Little Navy Joan will be stuck with the last name “Roberts” because Hunter won on that, too.

The tax crime related allegations come predominantly from 14-year IRS veteran Gary Shapely. He “oversaw parts of the Hunter Biden criminal probe.” An unidentified associate also came forward to inform Congress about what they know. The second whistleblower “was on the case nearly from its inception.

After he ratted out the DOJ interference, the retaliation hit. “Shapley approached Congress this year with information that he claimed showed political interference in the investigation. He and the entire IRS team were later removed from the probe.

Clear ‘preferential’ treatment

I am alleging, with evidence,” Shapley testified to the House Ways and Means Committee, “that DOJ provided preferential treatment, slow-walked the investigation, and did nothing to avoid obvious conflicts of interest in this investigation.” The IRS handed what they found off. It appears that as soon as David Weiss got the file, he was handcuffed to his desk.

The U.S. Attorney for Delaware “oversaw the Hunter Biden criminal probe.” He just wasn’t allowed to do his job. He also may have some blackmail hanging over his head but that’s yet to be determined. He claims he had full freedom to do whatever he wanted. He simply doesn’t want to charge Hunter. That’s not what the whistleblowers claim.

Code named “Sportsman,” the DOJ investigation into the IRS charges was opened all the way back in November of 2018 and two full years before the hotly contested presidential election. They worked the file slowly enough that the election came and went without anyone knowing the investigation was even in progress. They certainly didn’t want anyone to know that Joe’s son was writing hookers off on his taxes.

By June of 2021, the Federal Bureau of Instigation was aware “that there were potential venue-related issues with charging Hunter Biden in Delaware.” They have to bring the charges in the “jurisdiction where the alleged crimes occurred.

Weiss needed help from fellow U.S. Attorneys. The ones in D.C. and the Central District of California, “which includes the Los Angeles area where Hunter Biden lives,” told him to go fly a kite. That’s backed up by the second whistleblower.

An “IRS case agent who also testified to the committee but hasn’t been publicly identified, also told lawmakers that this is what happened. He agreed that Weiss was ‘was told no‘ when he tried to get the cooperation of the US attorneys in in DC and Los Angeles, who are Biden appointees.” That contradicts what Merrick Garland testified to Congress.

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