DOJ EXPOSED: Sinister Plan to Let Hunter Off the Hook

DOJ EXPOSED: Sinister Plan to Let Hunter Off the Hook

( – Despite what Attorney General Merrick Garland claimed, the Department of Justice (DOJ) intended to let Hunter Biden off the hook without filing any charges until two informants came forward to reveal political influence in the investigation.

When David Weiss, the US Attorney for Delaware, was pressured by high DOJ officials, even as Garland testified to Congress that Weiss had complete power to proceed in the case, the New York Times disclosed these inner discussions.

A violation of President Biden’s pledge to protect whistleblowers, according to The Times, is that Hunter Biden’s attorneys now want them to be charged with a crime for coming out against his special treatment:

“Now, the IRS agents and their Republican allies say they believe the evidence they brought forward, at the precise time they did, played a role in influencing the outcome, a claim senior law enforcement officials dispute.

While Mr. Biden’s legal team agrees that the IRS agents affected the deal, his lawyers have contended to the Justice Department that by disclosing details about the investigation to Congress, they broke the law and should be prosecuted.

Earlier this year, The Times found, Mr. Weiss appeared willing to forgo any prosecution of Mr. Biden at all, and his office came close to agreeing to end the investigation without requiring a guilty plea on any charges.

But the correspondence reveals that his position relayed through his staff, changed in the spring, around the time a pair of IRS officials on the case accused the Justice Department of hamstringing the investigation. Mr. Weiss suddenly demanded that Mr. Biden plead guilty to committing tax offenses.

As the testimony from the IRS agents took hold, Mr. Biden’s legal team felt the ground shift beneath them. The US attorney’s office suddenly went quiet.”

View the complete article here.

Lesley Wolf, an assistant US attorney, who has been accused of meddling on Hunter Biden’s behalf, and Christopher J. Clark, a well-connected counsel representing Hunter Biden, are significant characters that come to light in the Times story.

The House of Representatives was informed by the whistleblowers, IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary A. Shapley Jr. and IRS Special Agent Joseph Ziegler, that prosecutors would not allow them to investigate Hunter Biden’s tax offenses and that they occasionally informed the president’s son about impending searches or interviews.

The outcome was a “sweetheart” plea agreement that would have shielded Hunter Biden from further scrutiny—until Donald Trump appointee federal judge Maryellen Noreika objected.

In the case earlier this month, Garland appointed Weiss as Special Counsel, which led to speculation that his true goal was to keep the cover-up going.

Charges against Noreika were dropped, presumably to be pursued elsewhere but to get out of her jurisdiction.

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