Fourth IRS Agent Exposes Judicial Roadblocks in Hunter Biden Case

 September 23, 2023

In a revelation that has sent shockwaves through the political landscape, a fourth IRS agent, Darrell Waldon, has come forward to corroborate previous claims that prosecutors in Washington, D.C., and California actively blocked special counsel David Weiss from charging Hunter Biden. This news comes as a significant blow to those who believe in the impartiality of the justice system, particularly when it involves political figures.

The Testimony

Darrell Waldon's testimony aligns with that of IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, stating that David Weiss was prevented from prosecuting Hunter Biden in D.C. and California. Waldon informed the House Ways and Means Committee that Weiss had approached the U.S. Attorney's Office but was met with refusal. This information adds another layer to the ongoing controversy surrounding Hunter Biden, as it raises questions about the integrity of the judicial process.

"Mr. Weiss went to the U.S. Attorney’s Office — I can’t recall the dates — and they did not agree to prosecute the case in D.C.," Waldon told the House Ways and Means Committee.

The Implications

Attorney General Merrick Garland's recent testimony that nobody had the authority to block Weiss from charging Hunter Biden seems to be in direct contradiction with Waldon's claims. This discrepancy has led to increased scrutiny and calls for transparency in the justice system. House Oversight Committee Chair Jim Jordan questioned Garland's statements, emphasizing that refusal to partner is essentially the same as turning down.

Conclusion

The recent testimony by Waldon, who was Shapley's boss, adds weight to the growing concerns about the impartiality of the Department of Justice in cases involving political figures. As the story unfolds, it becomes increasingly crucial for the American public to demand transparency and accountability in the judicial process.

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