Biden Whistleblower Finally Testifies

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( – The House Oversight Committee is scheduled to have a hearing with two IRS whistleblowers who have claimed that the probe into Hunter Biden’s taxes was slowed down.

The House Ways and Means Committee originally released the testimony from IRS investigator Gary Shapley and a second whistleblower identified as Whistleblower X following U.S. Attorney for Delaware David Weiss’s announcement that Hunter Biden had entered a plea deal on two tax charges. Shapley specifically claimed that prosecutors did not pursue any search warrants and gave the President’s son preferential treatment throughout the investigation. He further argued that Weiss was not allowed to file charges against Hunter Biden in Washington, D.C., even though his case would be stronger there.

James Comer (R-Ky.) who serves as the committee chair argued that the information provided by the whistleblowers reveals the Department of Justice’s reluctance in following any evidence that could have potentially implicated President Joe Biden in the investigations. He further claimed that Biden’s attorneys had been tipped off and that the time for some charges was allowed to run out, enabling them to pursue the sweetheart plea deal with Hunter Biden.

He argued that it is necessary for the testimony of the whistleblowers to be heard as they allow the American public to learn about the weaponization of the federal government. He added that people were rightfully upset about the existence of the two-tiered justice system which appeared to benefit the Biden family.

During the July 19th hearing the identity of Whistleblower X is set to be revealed.

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