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Hunter Biden Reportedly Getting Preferential IRS Treatment, Per IRS Whistleblower

Hunter Biden Reportedly Getting Preferential IRS Treatment, Per IRS Whistleblower

Prepared to detail to Congress instances of “preferential treatment and politics improperly infecting decisions and protocols”

An attorney for an IRS Whistleblower has approached Congress seeking to have this client disclose information under Whistleblower protection to Congress. While the letter doesn’t say who is the target, CBS News is reporting that it is about Hunter Biden.

From the CBS News report:

The attorney for an unnamed IRS criminal supervisory special agent says his client has asked Congress for protections to speak out about allegations that a years-long, high-profile and politically sensitive investigation has been hindered by “preferential treatment and politics,” according to a letter obtained by CBS News. That investigation is the one probing potential tax crimes by Hunter Biden, CBS News has learned.

“My client wants to come forward to Congress,” said attorney Mark Lytle, who is representing the agent. He discussed his client’s allegations with CBS News chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod in an exclusive television interview set to air on tonight’s CBS Evening News and stream across all CBS platforms. “He’s ready to be questioned about what he knows and what he experienced under the proper legal protections.” ….

According to Lytle, the IRS special agent is prepared to provide information that would “contradict sworn testimony to Congress by a senior political appointee,” reveal failures to handle “clear conflicts of interest” in the case, and detail instances of “preferential treatment and politics improperly infecting decisions and protocols.”

CBS reports (here) that the “senior political appointee” whose sworn testimony is contradicted is Attorney Generl Merrick Garland.

John Solomon of Just The News reports on the Merrick Garland angle:

A decorated supervisory IRS agent has reported to the Justice Department’s top watchdog that federal prosecutors appointed by Joe Biden have engaged in “preferential treatment and politics” to block criminal tax charges against presidential son Hunter Biden, providing evidence as a whistleblower that conflicts with Attorney General Merrick Garland’s recent testimony to Congress that the decision to bring charges against Biden was being left to the Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney for Delaware….

People directly familiar with the case have described the disclosures to Just the News as focused primarily on improper politicization of the case at the Justice Department and FBI headquarters rather than at the IRS or Treasury Department.

Specifically, the agent has provided evidence that at least two Biden DOJ political appointees in U.S. attorneys’ offices have declined to seek a tax indictment against Hunter Biden despite career investigators’ recommendations to do so and the blessing of career prosecutors in the DOJ tax division.

He also alleges that Weiss told agents on the case that the Delaware U.S. Attorney asked to be named a special counsel to have more independent authority in the probe but was turned down, according to interviews.

The agent also alleged that specific DOJ employees placed strictures on questions, witnesses and tactics investigators may be allowed to pursue that could impact President Biden, according to the interviews.

The sources said the agent’s decision to blow the whistle was prompted by sworn testimony from Garland that Delaware U.S. Attorney Weiss had full authority, free from political pressure, to pursue a case against Hunter Biden in any part of the country, according to interviews.


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E Howard Hunt | April 19, 2023 at 9:30 pm

This IRS, CID investigation will not be handled in the normal manner. It cannot be because that would necessitate tracing payments to the president, which were not reported on his tax return for multiple years. This president will never be charged with tax fraud. The most that will happen is that Hunter will cop a plea for a relatively minor infraction in order to stymie any investigation of pop’s bribes and the failure to report them as income.

Democrats may have a bigger issue than alleged efforts to pick Biden’s opponent.

Though not a fan of speculation, the suspicion grows that Biden is done.
The corruption and abuse of power may soon be too large to obscure by the Establishment. If the bough breaks, and the cradle falls, where it lands is anyone’s guess.

Is anyone surprised by this news, or any Biden flub or deception anymore?

People that voted for this dishonest shell of a public servant should feel shame at what they enabled or their ignorance. All because of mean tweets and plain spoken truth they could not handle about reality. They brought us Mulvaney and Mayorkas, and help bring the country to the place where love is hate and peace is war.

Hunter getting . . . preferential treatment?? No way!! Can’t happen. How ridiculous!

Who leaked this? The leaker can’t be unaware that this leak means everybody anywhere near the Hunter Biden IRS investigation (if in fact there really is an investigation, and it is not simply a pretext for scooping the evidence up and making it disappear) is going to be investigated for being a whistleblower and suffer retaliation if discovered. To me that implies the leaker wants retaliation against the whistleblower.

    BierceAmbrose in reply to randian. | April 20, 2023 at 2:12 pm

    “this leak means everybody anywhere near the Hunter Biden IRS investigation … is going to be investigated for being a whistleblower ”

    With accompanying leaks, suspicious resignations, and disruption to the whole operation.

    Like with The Feckless R’s in general, I wish I believed someone were competent enough to do that on purpose — real whistleblower or not, say there is and watch the ant hill scramble. They’re not that bright, nor have they bothered to read any of the Soviet-era “active measures” materials that came out when the SU unwound. The Soviets were always the better operators at this.

    Sadly, this is probably just like the Podesta emails picked out of the Never Yet President’s unprotected emails to her party and campaign. Sloppiness born of arrogance and cluelessness. But really, why should they get any better? Nothing bad happens when they screw up.

“Welcome to this month’s meeting of the Seth Rich Fan Club!
I’d like you all to give a warm welcome to our newest member…”

OMG I am so shocked! Actually no this doesn’t come as any surprise at all

I don’t think anyone in America needed a whistleblower to tell us that Hunter was getting preferential treatment. It’s nice to have it confirmed but it isn’t new.

    Suburban Farm Guy in reply to inspectorudy. | April 20, 2023 at 8:49 am

    There’s no point in ‘everybody knowing it’ when — not if — we never see justice for such blatant corruption and treason. Quite the opposite in fact. Tolerance of lawbreaking by relatives of those charged with ‘upholding the law’ is uniquely corrosive and leads to apathy and worse, imitation.

    Strelnikov in reply to inspectorudy. | April 20, 2023 at 2:26 pm

    Exactly the attitude that CNN/ABC/NBC/CBS/NPR et al will take: Why should we cover this old news? Let’s move on.

HS anyone considered that the democrats don’t want Biden to run. They have tried hint, but were ignored.

    Ironclaw in reply to Petrushka. | April 20, 2023 at 8:05 am

    At the moment, they don’t really have anyone else. Their most “successful” people aren’t viewed in a very good light by people who don’t live in places run by communist retards.

The IRS has long been a political operation for the Democrats, Lois Lerner told you that as she walked out the door laughing with full benefits

Garland is said to be behind this….but Wray has Garland’s file on his desk. Nest of vipers and Chinese agents.

Assuming that Biden makes it to the 2024 nomination, the election will be fascinating. It could pit a Democratic incumbent who can’t think, can’t speak, hides from the public, isn’t actually running the country, who is likely compromised by foreign interests, and who is a common criminal against a former Republican president who can’t stop talking about the 2020 election and all of the people who are out to get him. I hope it doesn’t come to this. We deserve better choices. The world isn’t getting safer. The country isn’t getting healthier.

    Ghostrider in reply to Stuytown. | April 20, 2023 at 7:30 am

    I suspect most Democrats don’t care for Joey Biden, but they want the Democrat Party to control big government to continue enacting a bigger and bigger regulatory federal bureaucracy made up of Democrats………… the longer they hold the executive office, the longer they have to cement their woke policies and tight grip hold over the levers of power to enact their marxist, socialist, utopian and communistic dreams.

    Republicans and independents are well aware that they were more prosperous, happy and employed under Trump.

    However, many of them would like the Trump policies….. minus Trump. We are tired of the divisiveness, chaos, bullying, ego-filled, insulting rhetoric that Trump spews daily and they want a person who will make America great again, minus all the vitriol. And we are all hoping Ron DeSantis is that person. And Trump knows it.

      I dunno about the spewage and vitriol observation … if the choice is that or the pomp and circumstance BS of “the honorable senator from Delaware” where we can’t call a crime-family boss and serial pervert for what he is.

      tlcomm2 in reply to Ghostrider. | April 20, 2023 at 10:57 am

      Actions count. Rhetoric is meaningless – a simple distraction. DeSantis is no Trump and owes his position to globalist billionaires. Trump is in a unique position of owing nothing to anyone other than his voters

        txvet2 in reply to tlcomm2. | April 20, 2023 at 1:53 pm

        “”owes his position to globalist billionaires.””

        Trump is a “globalist billionaire”??

        ChrisPeters in reply to tlcomm2. | April 20, 2023 at 4:41 pm

        Yes. As you say, actions count, and so even if your claim that DeSantis owes his position to globalist billionaires is correct, he record since taking office would indicate that, in this case, it doesn’t matter.

      DaveGinOly in reply to Ghostrider. | April 21, 2023 at 1:21 am

      You’re complaining about “divisiveness, chaos, bullying” that was intentionally amplified by the media with the purpose of making you dislike Trump. It may also be important that only Trump accomplished what he did during his presidency, possibly because he was a bully and didn’t care who he offended or insulted, or whose toes he stepped on. Until we find someone who can be genteel (like Reagan) and still get the job done, I’ll settle for getting the job done.

      And the more I hear about DeSantis, the less I like about him. He seems to be a closet neocon, at best.

    henrybowman in reply to Stuytown. | April 20, 2023 at 12:06 pm

    “It could pit a Democratic incumbent who can’t think, can’t speak, hides from the public, isn’t actually running the country, who is likely compromised by foreign interests, and who is a common criminal”

    So, in other words, exactly like last time, when he won.

Steven Brizel | April 20, 2023 at 5:59 am

Let’s hear what the whistleblower has to say This could be really explosive testimony that could lead directly to Garlsnd and Biden

Bucky Barkingham | April 20, 2023 at 7:04 am

The whistleblower will be arrested by the FBI for leaking classified IRS data, he will die while in custody and his information will never see the light of day.

BierceAmbrose | April 20, 2023 at 2:16 pm

The significant thing here is the crack in the facade.

When the operators break ranks; any operators break ranks, it becomes a whole different game.

The millions received through Hunter Biden were never intended to bribe him. He had nothing personally to offer.

Standby for absolutely nothing to come of this.