An IRS whistleblower has just implicated President Joe Biden in Hunter’s schemes by revealing smoking gun text messages.
The texts are a major blow to the entire Biden family and show Hunter demanding money from a foreign national.
The whistleblower revealed that Hunter Biden sent a text message to his Chinese business associate that said:
“I am sitting here with my father and would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled.
“I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction.
“I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father.”
Whistleblowers also told Congress that the IRS recommended felony charges against Hunter Biden but the federal prosecutor handling the probe stopped them from filing charges.
BREAKING: IRS whistleblower reveals that Hunter Biden once sent a text message demanding payment from his Chinese business associate telling him “I’m sitting here waiting for the call with my father” and that the DOJ prohibited investigators from executing a search warrant on… pic.twitter.com/NZTfn00bib
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 22, 2023
The whistleblowers told the GOP:
Despite the fact that IRS officials recommended that Hunter Biden be charged with criminal activity that includes attempts to evade or defeat taxes, fraud and false statements, and willful failures to file returns, supply information, or pay taxes for over $8.3 million in income, Mr. Biden received preferential treatment in the course of the investigation, and has struck a plea deal that will likely keep him out from behind bars. Meanwhile…
In 2014, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida announced that a man was sentenced to 13 months in prison to be followed by a year of supervised release for failing to file an income tax return, the same misdemeanor tax offense that Hunter Biden was charged with.
The Department of Justice interfered in the investigation into Hunter Biden’s clear tax issues with a “Delay, Divulge, and Deny” campaign – that ultimately shielded him by allowing the statute of limitations to pass on his tax crimes.
DELAY: Recurring unjustified delays pervaded the investigation, including in authenticating the message between Hunter Biden and Chinese officials. Investigators were told by U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf that “there is no way” a search warrant for evidence would get approved because the evidence of interest would be found in the guest house of former Vice President Biden.
DIVULGE: Investigators found out that attorneys for Hunter Biden were tipped off about actions relating to the investigation in advance. For example, even as investigators had probable cause to search a Northern Virginia storage unit in which Hunter Biden had stored files, attorneys for Biden were tipped off.
DENY: U.S. Attorney of Delaware David Weiss tried to bring charges in District of Columbia around March 2022 and was denied. Weiss sought special counsel status from DOJ in the Spring of 2022 and was denied. Weiss sought to bring charges in the Central District of California in the Fall of 2022 and had that request denied in January 2023.
BREAKING: According to IRS whistleblowers, DOJ tipped off Hunter Biden about a search of his storage unit, prohibited investigators from executing a warrant on Joe Biden’s guest house, and repeatedly prohibited charges from being brought against Hunter Biden.… pic.twitter.com/9j7H8BkqEe
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) June 22, 2023
IRS employees worked through the chain of command to blow the whistle on this misconduct.
However, they were only to be met with hostility and retaliation, leading them to report the issue to the Ways and Means Committee.
Actions were taken to cut the IRS investigative team out of the process after they raised concerns up their chain of command.
One whistleblower was not selected for a position when he was more qualified than the candidate who was selected.
Limits and pauses have been placed on other, unrelated investigations that the whistleblowers are working on – which hamper the investigators’ ability to do their work or advance.
The whistleblowers and their entire team were removed from the investigation on May 15, 2023, after blowing the whistle to Congress.