Biden’s Justice Department will allow U.S. Attorney David Weiss to testify before Congress about IRS whistleblower allegations of a Hunter Biden cover-up.
“The Department is prepared to offer U.S. Attorney Weiss to testify shortly after Congress returns from the August district work period,” reads the letter to House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan.
The DOJ “believes that it is strongly in the public interest of the American people and of Congress to hear from U.S. Attorney Weiss directly on these assertions and questions about his authority in an open court hearing,” the letter said.
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At least two IRS whistleblowers have come forward to reveal that Hunter Biden received preferential treatment throughout the cleanup disguised as an investigation.
The anonymous whistleblower, identified as Joseph Ziegler, finally came forward publicly on Wednesday: “Today I sit here in front of you, not as a hero or a victim, but as a whistleblower forced to reveal the truth.
Zieger said David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney for Delaware, was crippled and sidelined by DOJ officials.
“It occurred to me, based on what I experienced, that the U.S. Attorney in Delaware in our investigation was constantly crippled, limited, and sidelined by DOJ officials,” Ziegler said.
IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley said Biden-appointed U.S. prosecutors blocked charges against Hunter Biden.
“The Department of Justice has authorized presidential appointees to weigh in on whether to indict the president’s son,” Shapley said, referring to US prosecutors in DC and California.
“This case was presented to two US attorneys appointed by the President in DC and California. The fact that no charges have been laid in these districts tells you all you need to know,” Shapley said.
David Weiss signed a June 7 letter saying he had been granted “ultimate authority” on the Hunter Biden case.
This contradicts what an IRS whistleblower heard David Weiss say during one of his face-to-face meetings with the prosecutor.
Whistleblower Gary Shapely said David Weiss revealed this to him during one of his in-person meetings with the US Attorney.