Although the liberal media has been desperate to play things down, recent witness testimony related to the Hunter Biden investigation has vindicated two whistleblowers, Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler. The two whistleblowers had previously made allegations that the president’s son received special treatment from the IRS, which has now been confirmed by Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss and other Department of Justice officials who testified before the House Judiciary Committee.
The two whistleblowers previously provided testimony to the House Ways and Means Committee that implicated Attorney General Merrick Garland and IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel in lying to Congress about political interference from the White House into Hunter’s case.
Weiss testified to the House Judiciary Committee on Nov. 7 and confirmed Shapley’s allegation about the DOJ denying a request from Weiss for additional authority to charge Hunter Biden.
Shapley testified to the Ways and Means Committee in May and said Weiss stated during an Oct. 7, 2022, meeting that he was denied special counsel authority after Biden-appointed U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves prevented Weiss from charging Hunter Biden in his district.
“However, I would later be told by United States Attorney Weiss that the D.C. U.S. attorney would not allow U.S. Attorney Weiss to charge those years in his district. This resulted in United States Attorney Weiss requesting special counsel authority from main DOJ to charge in the District of Columbia,” Shapley said.
“Weiss said his request for that authority was denied and that he was told to follow DOJ’s process.”
After the the whistleblowers called out the Biden Department of Justice for bias a judge in Delaware tossed Hunter Biden’s sweetheart deal to let him get away with tax evasion and Garland was forced ro give Weiss more independence.
The Wall Street Journal reported, “Respect and admiration among White House aides for Garland, a longtime federal appeals-court judge chosen to underscore the independence of the Justice Department, has shifted for some into resignation and distrust. They point to Garland having appointed not just a special counsel to investigate former President Donald Trump, but two others as well: one looking into Biden and another probing his son, Hunter Biden.”
Hunter Biden was indicted this past September on three federal gun charges. He pleaded not guilty during his arraignment on October 3.