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IRS Agents Were Blocked From Investigating Joe Biden While Probing Hunter’s Finances

IRS whistleblowers testify they were barred from probing Joe Biden's involvement in Hunter's financial affairs, raising serious questions.

In a closed session before the House Ways and Means Committee, IRS whistleblowers revealed details about their attempts to investigate Joe Biden as part of the Hunter Biden financial probe. Special Agent Gary Shapley testified that despite clear leads linking financial transactions and correspondence between father and son, they were barred from pursuing these leads. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick raised questions about Joe Biden’s potential benefits from Hunter’s activities, emphasizing the need for a thorough investigation.

Shapley emphasized that their interest in Joe Biden was standard investigative procedure, unrelated to his vice-presidential status. He explained, “In any normal investigation, if you see financial transactions between son and father, and email correspondence going back and forth, text messages, and WhatsApp messages, in every investigation we have ever worked on, we would follow those leads to the father.” However, Shapley lamented that they were “not allowed to investigate” further, leaving critical questions unanswered.

Concerns were raised about the deliberate avoidance of certain leads, such as location data. Fitzpatrick pressed Shapley on potential findings, to which he responded, “When you see 10 held by H for the big guy and we have other correspondence where they are saying, don’t call dad – you know, call dad something else, call him – because we are trying to confuse or conceal who it is, that is an issue for concern.” Shapley stressed that due to restrictions, they would “never know because we weren’t allowed to investigate that.”

Special Agent Joe Ziegler added fuel to the fire, disclosing that Hunter Biden received $4.9 million in payments for personal expenses from Democratic donor Kevin Morris, raising questions about political implications. Ziegler highlighted the suspicious timing of tax payments and Hunter Biden’s meeting with Morris. The revelation of an email from Morris to an accountant expressing concern about personal and political risks related to Hunter’s tax returns further fueled suspicions.

The developments took a legal turn on Thursday when Hunter Biden was indicted on nine counts, including felony charges, related to tax evasion on $8.3 million in income between 2014 and 2019. During this period, Hunter was involved with Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural gas company, and BHR Partners, a Chinese private equity fund. The indictment underscores the urgency of a comprehensive investigation into the Biden family’s financial dealings.

The whistleblowers’ testimonies have sparked outrage among those demanding transparency and accountability. As questions surrounding the Biden family‘s financial affairs intensify, it remains to be seen how this revelation will impact public perception and the ongoing investigations into potential misconduct at the highest levels of government.

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