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Oversight Committee: Former FBI Agent Confirms IRS Whistleblower Testimony About Biden

Oversight Committee: Former FBI Agent Confirms IRS Whistleblower Testimony About Biden

“The agent CONFIRMED key portions of the IRS whistleblowers’ testimony, including that both Secret Service headquarters and the Biden transition team were TIPPED OFF about the planned Hunter Biden interview.”

Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer announced that a former FBI agent confirmed the testimony from IRS whistleblowers about the Hunter Biden investigation.

Comer wrote in a statement:

“Today, a former FBI supervisory special agent assigned to the FBI’s Wilmington office and the Biden criminal investigation confirmed key portions of the IRS whistleblower’s testimony. The night before the interview of Hunter Biden, both Secret Service headquarters and the Biden transition team were tipped off about the planned interview. On the day of the Hunter Biden interview, federal agents were told to stand by and could not approach Hunter Biden—they had to wait for his call. As a result of the change in plans, IRS and FBI criminal investigators never got to interview Hunter Biden as part of the investigation.

“The Justice Department’s efforts to cover up for the Bidens reveals a two-tiered system of justice that sickens the American people. The Oversight Committee, along with the Judiciary Committee and Ways and Means Committee, will continue to seek the answers, transparency, and accountability that the American people demand and deserve.”

In June, IRS whistleblowers told the House Ways and Means Committee that they wanted the DOJ to file felony charges against Hunter for missing tax payments.

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-MO) said the IRS whistleblowers’ 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.”

The DOJ said no.

The DOJ also disputes any accusations of interference in the prosecution of Hunter.

Comer spelled out the key takeaways from the transcribed interview:

  • As part of the criminal investigation into Hunter Biden, there were multiple witness interviews planned for December 8, 2020. IRS Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley and the former FBI supervisory special agent were assigned to interview Hunter Biden.
  • On the evening of December 7, 2020, Shapley and the FBI supervisory special agent learned that FBI headquarters had notified Secret Service headquarters about the planned interview with Hunter Biden. Additionally, they learned the Biden transition team was notified about the planned interview. This was not the original plan by the career agents, which frustrated their investigative efforts because people found out who didn’t need to know.
  • On December 8, 2020, Shapley and the FBI supervisory special agent were notified they would not be allowed to approach Hunter Biden’s house and instead would have to wait near his residence until Hunter Biden contacted them.
  • The former FBI supervisory special agent told committee investigators he had never been told to wait outside to be contacted by the subject of an investigation.
  • As a result of these actions, Shapley and the former FBI supervisory special agent never interviewed Hunter Biden.


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nordic prince | July 18, 2023 at 7:38 am

If this crap had happened during the time of the Founding Fathers, the pedophile and his scumbag son would have been hanged, drawn, and quartered a long time ago.

    yeah, but this ain’t the 1700s and with the complicit press and a corrupt AG, this is all reduced to the spectrum of theatre

    MAJack in reply to nordic prince. | July 18, 2023 at 9:34 am

    Who down voted this? Is Hunter a LI reader?

      Ghostrider in reply to MAJack. | July 18, 2023 at 10:02 am

      Maybe, KJP?

      Dathurtz in reply to MAJack. | July 18, 2023 at 11:06 am

      A lot of “conservatives” are just super concerned about appearing “violent” and “giving verbal ammo to the left”. To the point they’d still be telling people not to use violence or even more of us will end up in boxcars. They have no hill to die on and no line to be crossed that can justify violence. And they try to tear down any that do.

    ecreegan in reply to nordic prince. | July 18, 2023 at 9:37 pm

    Just hanged. The Founding Fathers and American contemporaries didn’t go in for elaborate executions.

JackinSilverSpring | July 18, 2023 at 8:00 am

Everyday in everyway, the DoJ’s actions confirm that it is a department that should be disbanded. We should return to the pre-1870 system where there was an Attorney General, but no DoJ. For those who say that is impractical, I point out the following: the Attorney General would be forced to concentrate on only the most important cases; an out of control DoJ would not be possible, but that is exactly the DoJ we have today, out of control; another advantage is that Congress could not pass laws making so many things illegal – it would be forced to concentrate only on the most important things. Of course the added benefit of disbanding the DoJ would be the disbanding of the FBI, another thoroughly corrupted agency.

    Great points, the problem is that the corruption has tricked down from the very top of the executive branch. The whole thing is rotten.. Mark Levin has described it as a constitutional crisis.

    Ghostrider in reply to JackinSilverSpring. | July 18, 2023 at 10:00 am

    In the corporate world, a holding company with dysfunctional, non-performing subsidiaries are reorganized, spun off, sold, merged internally, or closed down completley. My point is hat a new Administration ought to take a similar path with both the DOJ and the FBI. And in addition, disband the Department of Education, too.

I really respect Comer… but,, I disagree on one point. My own opinion is that if justice is not completely level, then it really doesn’t exist. Justice, slanted, is what happens in a banana republic.

So, how did the WH change the narrative today? They announced the new and improved student loan bailout plan as a direct workaround for the recent SCOTUS ruling, striking down his bailout plan this time with a price tag of $450 billion.

Biden is not an American president. He thinks and acts like a dictator.

E Howard Hunt | July 18, 2023 at 10:36 am

Who wants to bet that Hunter is not reporting his painting sales properly? To this day he probably continues to drug, whore and cheat on his taxes.