George Carlin famously said: “It’s one big club, and you ain’t in it.”
The criminal investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes has been tarnished because of “preferential treatment” for the president’s son, an IRS supervisor said in a letter to lawmakers last week.
The supervisor is now seeking whistleblower status for added legal protection after the explosive claim that information from the probe will contradict testimony from a top “political appointee,” The Wall Street Journal reported.
Mark Lytle, an IRS lawyer who represents the supervisor, said in the letter that there’s evidence of “clear conflicts of interest in the ultimate disposition of the case” and the “politics improperly” infected the decisions and protocols “that would normally be followed by career law enforcement professionals in similar circumstances if the subject were not politically connected.”
The paper noted that Hunter Biden’s name was not named in the letter, but confirmed the “high-profile, controversial subject” is indeed the president’s troubled son. NBC News and CBS News also confirmed the subject of the investigation.
Hunter Biden has been the target of a federal investigation by a federal grand jury based in Delaware since 2018—two years before his father was president. The Associated Press noted that there have been no charges filed.
Chris Clark, the lawyer for Hunter Biden, issued a statement and said, “It appears this IRS agent has committed a crime.”
“It is a felony for an IRS agent to improperly disclose information about an ongoing tax investigation, he said, according to NBC. “The IRS has incredible power, and abusing that power by targeting, embarrassing, or disclosing information about a private citizen’s tax matters undermines Americans’ faith in the federal government. Unfortunately, that is what has happened and is happening here in an attempt to harm my client.”
The White House told Fox News, “President Biden has made clear that this matter would be handled independently by the Justice Department free from anything political. He has upheld that commitment.”
Lytle wrote in the letter that his client is aware of the “serious risks of retaliation” and is “offering to provide you with information necessary to exercise your constitutional oversight function and wishes to make the disclosures in a nonpartisan manner to the leadership of the relevant committees on both sides of the political aisle.”
TRENDPOST: The Trends Journal had reported extensively on the Biden deals with Ukraine.
Back in 2013, Vice President Joseph Biden’s son, Hunter, and Devon Archer, a partner in Rosemont Capital, a private-equity firm he co-founded with Christopher Heinz, Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson, were both appointed to the board of directors of Burisma Holding, Ukraine’s top private gas company: “Burisma Holdings reminds me of Exxon in its early days,” Mr. Archer boasted.
How did Hunter Biden and Devon Archer, two members of the White Shoe Boy Gang, who live over 5,000 miles away and know dick about shit about Ukraine energy, get an allegedly $50,000 a month each to sit on Burisma’s board? Archer was convicted in 2018 in a securities fraud scheme that involved $60 million worth of bonds by the Oglala Sioux Indian tribe.
The mainstream Presstitutes and Silicon Valley protected Hunter Biden during his daddy’s presidential campaign and buried reports of the damning laptop that belonged to Hunter Biden. The laptop contained emails that allegedly showed Hunter using his father’s name to land sweetheart business deals in Ukraine and China.
The story was published by the New York Post at a crucial time during the campaign—in October 2020—and some Donald Trump supporters believe the report’s banishment at the time was part of a concerted effort to elect Biden. Twitter decided to block the Post’s story due to its “Hacked Material Policy.”
It was revealed last week that Antony Blinken, the Secretary of State, “played a role in the inception” of the public statement signed by current and past intelligence officials that identified the Hunter Biden laptop as a Russian disinformation campaign.
Jonathan Turley, the Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, wrote in The Hill that Blinken was evidently rewarded for his efforts.
“Once in power, Blinken was given one of the top Cabinet positions. He was now one of the ‘made’ men of the administration,” he wrote.