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IRS Whistleblowers Wanted Felony Charges for Hunter, But DOJ Buried Evidence Against Him

IRS Whistleblowers Wanted Felony Charges for Hunter, But DOJ Buried Evidence Against Him

“…DOJ would have prevented the investigative team from collecting enough evidence to make an informed assessment, which ultimately included even DOJ agreeing on the recommended criminal charges.”

The House Ways and Means Committee revealed that two IRS whistleblowers wanted to felony charges against Hunter Biden for missing tax payments, but the DOJ said NOPE.

Hunter made and received a sweetheart deal for not paying $2.2 million in taxes.

Can you imagine what you and I would get if we didn’t pay Uncle Sam?

Chairman Jason Smith (D-MO) said the testimonies provide evidence of “unequal enforcement of tax law, interference and government abuse in the handling of investigations into criminal activity by President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and retaliation against IRS employees blowing the whistle on this abuse.”

Smith’s statement continues:

“Whistleblowers describe how the Biden Justice Department intervened and overstepped in a campaign to protect the son of Joe Biden by delaying, divulging, and denying an ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden’s alleged tax crimes. The testimony shows tactics used by the Justice Department to delay the investigation long enough to reach the statute of limitations, evidence they divulged sensitive actions by the investigative team to Biden’s attorneys, and denied requests by the U.S. Attorney to bring charges against Biden.

“IRS employees who blew the whistle on this abuse were retaliated against, despite a commitment IRS Commissioner Werfel made before the Ways and Means Committee to uphold their legal protections. They were removed from this investigation after they responsibly worked through the chain of command to raise these concerns.

I’ve attached the whistleblower testimonies and affidavits at the bottom. They’re long but worth the read.

Whistleblower #1

Whistleblower #1 told Congress that the case agent on Hunter’s “case is one of the best agents in the entire agency.” The whistleblower asserted, “Without his knowledge and persistence, DOJ would have prevented the investigative team from collecting enough evidence to make an informed assessment, which ultimately included even DOJ agreeing on the recommended criminal charges.”

The whistleblower mentioned that a lot of the evidence they needed would be found at Joe’s place, Lesley Wolf, Assistant United States Attorney, “said there is no way we will get that approved.” The agent in charge made it known cutting those corners made him uncomfortable, describing it as “unethical.” The Betters ignored him.

Then the whistleblower dropped that the prosecutors “wanted to remove Hunter Biden’s name from electronic search warrants, 2703(d) orders, and document requests.”

Department of Justice Tax Line Attorney Jack Morgan also confirmed without Hunter’s name, they’d likely get a warrant, but even then, they’d only get “‘most’ of the data we sought.” The whistleblower stated, “I have never been part of an investigation where only getting most of the data was considered sufficient.”

Whistleblower #2

Whistleblower #2 is the lead agent in the case mentioned by Whistleblower #1.

Whistleblower #2 began his investigation in November 2018 while looking at bank reports in another case regarding a social media company. He came across bank reports that “identified Hunter Biden as paying prostitutes to a potential prostitution ring.” Holy moly:

Also included in those bank reports was evidence that Hunter Biden was living lavishly through his corporate bank account. This is a typical thing that we look for in tax cases — criminal tax cases, I should say.

In addition, there was media reporting related to Hunter Biden’s wife, ex-wife, divorce proceedings basically talking about his tax issues. And I wanted to quote some of the things that were said in her divorce filing which was public record.

“Throughout the parties’ separation, Mr. Biden” — referring to Hunter Biden — “has created financial concerns for the family by spending extravagantly on his own interests, including drugs, alcohol, prostitutes, strip clubs, gifts for women with whom he had sexual relationships with, while leaving the family with no funds to pay legitimate bills.

“The parties’ outstanding debts are shocking and overwhelming. The parties have maxed-out credit card debt, double mortgages on both real properties they own, and a tax debt of at least $300,000.”

The whistleblower put together a case together, but his boss spooked him with a hard truth: “But he said a political family like this, you have to have more than just an allegation and evidence related to that allegation. In order for this case to move forward, you basically have to show a significant amount of evidence and similar wrongdoing that would basically illustrate a prosecution report.”

In 2019, then-Attorney General William Barr chose to combine the investigations. Whistleblower #2 detailed why he didn’t want to run his case out of Delaware and the issues he saw while working out of the state:

So what were the potential issues I saw with working the case in Delaware? We were working with a small U.S. Attorney’s Office who might not have ever worked a case of this caliber. Delaware was in the State in which the subject’s father lived, and the family was extremely well-known throughout the State, including people on the team. And when I say team, the investigators and prosecutors on the team.

This was later evident by President Joe Biden — well, he was formerly Vice President at that time — having to come into the FBI office on an unrelated matter and it being joked with the team.

There’s another issue where a magistrate judge in Delaware made an inappropriate comment at the signing of the first electronic search warrant that caused her to remove herself — that caused her to recuse herself from the investigation. This set us back an additional 4 months as we had to draft new warrants and redo investigative steps.

One of the DOJ tax attorneys told the whistleblower he could not do a plain clothes walk-by of Hunter’s house to make sure that he lived there. It was the first time the whistleblower ever had a walk-by approved or denied by the Tax Division.

It was also the first time in his career that they even talked with prosecutors about “removing a subject’s name from a subpoena, especially a covert subpoena.”

Then we get to December 8, 2020, when the prosecutorial team had a phone call. A storage unit Hunter emptied was the main topic. Wolf told the whistleblower to prepare an affidavit for a search warrant of the storage unit. He mentioned, “in looking back at this, that these were pretty telling.”

I’ll say:

I say to her on December 8th, 2020: “Sending the draft affidavit. I guess I’m happy we drafted this before. I kept the computer language in the warrant in case there are electronic devices.”

So I’m going to move on to the next paragraph.

“We will work to get this approved ASAP on our end. So please communicate your thoughts. I would like to possibly execute this sometime next week. I think that is reasonable, given the upcoming holiday.”

Her response to me, December 9th, was: “We are getting to work on this, but I want to manage expectations with you regarding timing. It has to go through us, DOJ Tax, possibly OEO, and definitely [Eastern District of Virginia] (EDVA), who has never seen the case before, layer in the filter requirements in the Fourth Circuit, and it’s just not clear it’s going to happen next week, even with everyone making it a priority.”

So that tells me two things right there. That David Weiss wasn’t really in charge. And it also tells me that I have never had a case [investigation] to where, if we needed to get records and preserve them, that we didn’t do everything in our power to get a search warrant approved and get moving on that expeditiously.

After everyone sent the emails, Wolf decided not to execute the storage unit search warrant.

In a phone call, the whistleblower told Wolf he disagreed with her tactics. He reminded her that they “weren’t following the appropriate investigative steps to get the stuff in the storage locker and that I thought she might be acting inappropriately.”

The whistleblower came up with the idea of not telling Biden’s counsel about the storage unit. He has a request for records. Therefore, if Hunter doesn’t touch the storage unit then they know he isn’t “complying with that request.”

Wolf was iffy. The whistleblower’s boss and Weiss liked it, even calling it “a great idea.” But then:

So I find out a couple days later that, on a phone call from them, that AUSA Wolf and DOJ Tax Mark Daly called Hunter Biden’s counsel and told them about the storage location and said that the request for records includes the stuff [in] there.

So they literally went around my back, my idea, around what we [had] already talked about, and did something completely different. And I guess it was at this point — there were a lot of things that happened before this. But it was at this point for me that I started to believe that the attorneys with the Delaware U.S. Attorney’s Office and DOJ Tax were not acting appropriately, they were not following the appropriate investigative steps, and that we were not a part of the trajectory and/or the planning of the investigation as we normally are.


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Didn’t Wesley Snipes spend 3 years in jail for 3 million dollars?

E Howard Hunt | June 22, 2023 at 2:44 pm

This is raw power. Th family is utterly corrupt and completely protected. That is why they can sneer and laugh when questioned.

And McCarthy just REFUSED to bring a vote to impeach Biden because it’s ‘premature’ and they ‘don’t want to stoop to their level’.

The utter lack of fear among the far left in the DoJ is the biggest indictment of the GOPe possible.

They KNOW that not a single one of them will ever face consequences.

They’re through even pretending to care about the RINOs and their Angrily Worded Letters and SHREDDING them in pointless public hearings.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Olinser. | June 22, 2023 at 3:28 pm

    Collectively, everyone needs to stoop to whatever level it takes to bring this shit to an end. When dealing with gutter rats, one must go into the gutter. No holds barred as long as whatever is done does not compromise prosecution.

    mailman in reply to Olinser. | June 22, 2023 at 4:46 pm

    This would have been an utter waste of time because Democrats don’t vote against Democrats plus Romney and co would NEVER vote to impeach Biden 🙄

    And then Democrats would use that for campaigning material 🙄

    Or put it this way, fuck it, the system cannot be saved. Burn it all to the ground.

    JR in reply to Olinser. | June 22, 2023 at 6:06 pm

    Donald Trump wanted McCarthy to be Speaker of the House and campaigned for it to happen. And Trump got what he wanted. Read it and weep.

    bhwms in reply to Olinser. | June 23, 2023 at 10:44 am

    It is premature, because the committee work has not been done, the evidence gathered & presented, witnesses deposed by both sides, etc. The question is: what is Jim Jordan doing? I haven’t seen a hearing scheduled on the impeachment resolutions that are currently in his committee, and there are several.

    The vote attempt was meant to pressure McCarthy and Jordan to DO SOMETHING. Time is running out, and this work should have been started already. Democrats started talking about impeaching Trump in April 2016 – before the election! The GOP(e) needs to get on the ball, even if it fails.

Fat_Freddys_Cat | June 22, 2023 at 2:51 pm

If I owed the IRS $2.20 and didn’t pay, I’d end up in federal pound-you-in-the-ass prison.

“identified Hunter Biden as paying prostitutes to a potential prostitution ring.”

Well, that certainly explains all of the interest in “drag queens” by the Biden Administration.

A few specific charges became known via Chuck Grassley. Those few publicly known specific charges were then settled with Hunter as part of a plea deal. However, it is possible that other charges which are yet unknown remain.

Not paying is not a crime. I got behind and was never threatened with criminal charges. The alternatives are pretty painful, however.

What seems to be going on here is fraud. False filing. Not reporting income from business. Or falsely reporting personal expenses as deductible business expenses. Something like that.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Petrushka. | June 22, 2023 at 3:33 pm

    Way more than those charges.

    E Howard Hunt in reply to Petrushka. | June 22, 2023 at 3:55 pm

    This is unheard of. Multiple years, unreported income, by a lawyer barely in his 50s is a felony triple play. I know. Don’t let anyone BS you otherwise.

      The Gentle Grizzly in reply to E Howard Hunt. | June 22, 2023 at 5:39 pm

      We’ll vote our way out!!!

        henrybowman in reply to The Gentle Grizzly. | June 22, 2023 at 6:37 pm

        From the rooftops, Griz.
        From the rooftops.

        CommoChief in reply to The Gentle Grizzly. | June 22, 2023 at 7:15 pm

        We (collectively, voters across the Nation) did vote ourselves into the mess. Not all at once but over time. With each new thing we demanded the govt ‘do something’ and they willingly granted themselves more power each time. We, collectively, rewarded them for it with more votes and they took just a bit more power each trip to the trough while some of us cheered them on.

        Crack epidemic -do something = war on drugs, civil asset forfeiture, mass incarceration and the beginning of the mass surveillance State

        Rock music/Rap Lyrics – do something = label albums, put prayer back in schools …until the Satanists show up demanding equal religious accommodation under our Constitution to which they are entitled, then suddenly there seems to be an issue with those prayers in school.

        It wasn’t one election. It was many elections. It wasn’t one issue it was many. The bad policy and infringement of our liberties spawned in the wake of 9/11 while most people urged it on are legion.

        We need to be willing to accept our share of the blame and shoulder our own share of the responsibility for how we got here. Then we can honestly address the errors we made and start.working in our County to clean up the mess we helped create.

It is clear the Biden family is corrupt as is the FBI, DOJ, and the Judge that agreed to the plea deal. Congress should be impeaching all of Biden’s Admin and Biden at this moment for failure to do their jobs as detailed by the Congress. Even if the Senate fails to follow through it would tie up the Admin from the continue destruction of the country.

Being related to the pedophile in Chief has its advantages

So let me see if I’ve got this right.

Trump can do what every other President in the history of America has done (take his personal records when leaving office) and suddenly the fucking FBI and DOJ and most likely any number of secret service organisations are all over this like a fucking rash after a Sunday morning hook up as if Democracy depends on his removal from the planet of the living.

The Bidens can take, probably, tens or hundreds of millions in bribes, not pay any tax, conspire to hide those payments from public view, make themselves vulnerable to extortion, sell influence to the highest bidder without declaring that income, can fuck about with firearms with impunity, can be involved in child prostitution and pornography, can take boxes of classified documents and store them in their garage/various residences/university without any actual security or controls around who has access to those secret documents and just like that the FBI/DoJ is like a journalist looking the other way from the actual evidence the Chinese Death Bot was man made.

But yeah, just as well the DoJ is convicting Trump of his heinous crimes 🙄

Absolute fucking joke. Burn it all to the ground.

    bhwms in reply to mailman. | June 23, 2023 at 10:52 am

    You left out the Chinese aspect, and the influence on executive appointments, like Blinken. But other than that, you’re right on target.

Perhaps this episode will at least open up some of the less asleep sheep to the fact that our institutions are weaponized? I gotta believe that at least some of the less politically aware folks who ain’t diehard look aid drinking types will see this and a lightbulb will finally flicker.

Everyone knows or has heard of a friend or family member who ran afoul of the IRS and got jammed up for penalties and interest on top of back unpaid/underpaid taxes. There is a universal trope that the IRS is worse to deal with than the mob.

    Ain’t goin’ to happen! A large segment of our population is on “Soma” and will not wake up.

    BTW, the IRS is a legalized version of the mob.

      mailman in reply to BillB52. | June 23, 2023 at 3:27 am

      Was thinking this too Bill. There are far to many people who are actively egging shit in like this as long as it’s against someone they’ve been told to hate.

      CommoChief in reply to BillB52. | June 23, 2023 at 6:22 pm

      IDK man, there are lots of places in new media highlighting the the difference between the treatment of Hunter and the average guy.

      For that matter there are pretty good examples of high profile folks who got jammed up and sent to federal prison for very similar things. There is a discussion going on out in the internet new media space about this and mostly it isn’t positive for the DoJ or Biden.

      FWIW, it isn’t the IRS that is the legalized mob its the govt itself. While I don’t agree that all taxation is theft a substantial portion is definitely theft b/c the $ is either wasted or spent on things the federal govt wasn’t explicitly authorized to do.

Not surprising. The DOJ only hires hardcore leftists. I’ve never met a DOJ attorney who isn’t some type of liberal. Each of them are corrupt to the core.

    Aarradin in reply to Guardian79. | June 23, 2023 at 2:26 am

    FBI HQ functions as the D Party’s Gestapo, and Americans are increasingly aware of this, but DOJ is far worse and has been for much longer.

    Needs a serious house cleaning.

“maxed out credit cards” – note the year of the investigation talking about this.

$ was tight while Trump was POTUS, and Joe was sleeping in his basement.

Must’ve come as a shock to Hunter to suddenly have his father out of office for the first time in his (Hunter’s) entire life.

Didn’t change his lifestyle and spending at all, but he didn’t have the income he previously had when his father was a Senator and then VP – so, double mortgages on both houses and maxed out credit cards.

    mailman in reply to Aarradin. | June 23, 2023 at 3:31 am

    I think that I’m itself show the type of person Hunter Biden is. In spite of the hundreds of millions of dollars that flowed his way he had no backup for the moment his father had no influence. No back up plan. No real life skills. No actual useful experience.

    Compare him to Trumps kids, who actually seem quite decent people and it’s like night and day!!

    Then again I suspect that’s all due to the types of people both these kids have spent their lives around. The reality is when kids are surrounded by high performing and successful adults they themselves generally become high performers and successful at most things they do.

Steven Brizel | June 23, 2023 at 8:55 am

These two statements plus the 4 photographs here and here why there was a massive coverup that makes Watergate look like small potatoes of the actions of the Biden crime family demanding payment of a bribe by a partmer who was a CCP member . Remember-the keys are (1) to follow the money and (2) every picture tells a thousand stories

Jason Smith is misidentified in the article as a Democrat – ” Jason Smith (D-MO).” He is a Republican.

We are officially a banana republic.

Can I have my monthly allotment of rice and flour, please?

2nd Ammendment Mother | June 23, 2023 at 12:41 pm

Anyone else sort of feel like Nixon got screwed? Of course, Hillary Clinton actually was fired from the team prosecuting him for unethical and illegal conduct.

So….. when is anyone going to do the math on the money? $100,000 no where near the amount that should be owed on $1.5 million…… should be closer to $350K…… Maybe that’s why Biden is so certain that millionaires and billionaires aren’t paying their “fair share”?

Joe Biden want to, literally, Arm and Weaponize the IRS against FFL holders and small business of every type and against ordinary, hard-working American taxpayers while allowing his own son, a crack addict and influence peddler, not to mention tax cheat and swindler to go not only unpunished but, in effect, REWARDED for his criminal behavior.

He should be given the Saddam Hussein Father of the Century award for his treatment of his son’s criminality and misogyny.