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Thursday, May 30, 2024

GOP Leaders Demand Interviews, Expose Mishandling of Hunter Criminal Probe

;The federal government is supposed to work for the American people, but whistleblower evidence shows that several federal employees were working overtime to cover up for the Bidens...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) In a stunning revelation, three Republican leaders in the House are intensifying their scrutiny of the Biden administration, alleging extensive misconduct in the criminal investigations involving President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. 

The letter — signed by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith, R-Mo. — called on senior officials at the Biden DOJ, IRS and Secret Service to make officials available for their investigation. 

These employees, the letter alleges, possess damning information about the alleged misconduct at the federal agencies in their handling of the probe of Hunter’s potential crimes. 

“The federal government is supposed to work for the American people, but whistleblower evidence shows that several federal employees were working overtime to cover up for the Bidens,” stated the Republican leaders. “We need to hear from these federal employees and other witnesses about this weaponization of federal law enforcement power. Americans are counting on us to ensure bad actors are held accountable and restore the equal enforcement of the law.” 

The Republican leaders first learned of the alleged misconduct through the testimony from IRS whistleblowers during sworn-in that revealed scathing details of the Biden DOJ and IRS mishandling. 

“The Justice Department refused to follow evidence that implicated Joe Biden; tipped off Hunter Biden’s attorneys, the Secret Service, and Biden transition team; allowed the clock to run out with respect to certain charges; and put tax-cheat Hunter Biden on the path towards a sweetheart plea deal,” the House Oversight Committee said in a press release. 

The House Oversight Committee listed the names of the following federal employees for transcribed interviews: Lesley Wolf, Jack Morgan, Mark Daly, Matthew Graves, E. Martin Estrada, David Weiss, Stuart Goldberg, Shawn Weede and Shannon Hudson from the DOJ.

From the FBI, the House Oversight listed the following employees: Tom Sobocinski, Ryeshia Holley, Michael T. Batdorf and Darrell J. Waldon. 

The Republican leaders are also calling for the federal government to make available the Secret Service employees who were allegedly tipped off by the FBI and DOJ of a Hunter raid in December 2022.

Read the full letters here.

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