Ex-FBI Agent Allegedly Confirms Preferential Treatment for Hunter Biden in Tax Crime Investigation
In a shocking development, a former FBI supervisory special agent has reportedly corroborated key portions of an IRS whistleblower's testimony, adding weight to the claims of preferential treatment during the investigation into felony tax crimes involving Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden. The House Oversight Committee made the revelation, further deepening the controversy surrounding the high-profile case.
In a statement released on July 17, Chairman James Comer revealed that a former FBI supervisory special agent assigned to the FBI's Wilmington office and the Biden criminal investigation had confirmed crucial aspects of the IRS whistleblower's testimony. However, the identity of the former FBI agent remains undisclosed.
Preferential Treatment Allegations:
According to Chairman Comer, new revelations have surfaced suggesting that both the Secret Service headquarters and the Biden transition team were tipped off about the planned interview of Hunter Biden the night before it was scheduled to occur. As a consequence of this advance notice, federal agents were reportedly instructed to stand by and were unable to approach Hunter Biden directly. Instead, they had to wait for him to initiate contact.
The alleged preferential treatment raises serious questions about the fairness and impartiality of the investigation into Hunter Biden's tax fraud case. Critics argue that these developments could indicate potential interference or undue influence from powerful individuals or entities, given the high-profile nature of the case and the prominent position of Hunter Biden's father, President Joe Biden.
Failed Interview and Ongoing Investigation:
As a result of the sudden change in interview plans, IRS and FBI criminal investigators were unable to interview Hunter Biden as part of the investigation. Despite the setbacks, the federal investigation into the alleged tax fraud involving Hunter Biden is still ongoing. Prosecutors claim that he failed to pay over $100,000 in income tax for each of the years in question, despite earning substantial taxable income.
The confirmation by a former FBI supervisory special agent of preferential treatment in the investigation into Hunter Biden's tax crimes adds fuel to an already contentious situation. As the House Oversight Committee continues its inquiry, the allegations raise concerns about the integrity of the investigation process and underscore the need for transparency and fairness in high-profile cases. The public eagerly awaits further developments as the investigation unfolds.