IRS Whistleblower Will Share His Allegations Against AG Merrick Garland Lying to Congress

by J Pelkey
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White House spokesman Ian Sams issued a statement in April denying Joe Biden was behind the political interference in the investigation of his crackhead son, Hunter Biden.

Last month, Breaking Digest reported that an IRS whistleblower accused the Biden regime of preferential treatment and political interference in an effort to protect Hunter Biden from criminal tax charges.

The whistleblower named Attorney General Merrick Garland as the “senior” Biden official who is preventing Hunter Biden from being criminally charged.

Not surprisingly, Merrick Garland lied about this under oath during questioning by Senator Chuck Grassley from Iowa, AG Garland has lied under oath to Congress almost as often as Anthony Fauci.

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On Friday, the IRS whistleblower’s attorney told Just the News that his client wants to provide information to congressional leaders to “contradict sworn testimony to Congress by a senior political appointee” — identified as AG Garland — and also to detail “preferential treatment” in the criminal probe of Hunter Biden.

Just the News reported:

The legal counsel for an IRS whistleblower who has alleged that the Department of Justice has been working to undermine an investigation into Hunter Biden said Friday that he expects his client “will be able to share his allegations with Congress.”

In late April, Just the News reported that an IRS whistleblower was alleging that federal prosecutors had engaged in “preferential treatment and politics” to prevent tax charges from being filed against the president’s son.

The whistleblower’s allegations appear to contradict sworn testimony from Attorney General Merrick Garland that Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who has been heading up the investigation, had full authority to pursue the case without fear of political interference.

Speaking on the “Just the News, No Noise” television show on Friday, Empower Oversight President Tristan Leavitt, who is representing the anonymous whistleblower, revealed that congressional leaders have received the allegations with interest and are likely to hold hearings to air his client’s claims.

Missouri Republican Rep. Jason Smith “has identified that their committee on House Ways and Means is committed to thoroughly hearing these allegations, and so we look forward to a process,” Leavitt told host John Solomon and cohost Amanda Head.

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