IRS Whistleblower Alleges Political Interference in Hunter Biden case removed from Investigation


The president reaffirmed his support for his son on Friday. He added that the Justice Department’s investigation wouldn’t impact his presidency.

“First of all, my son has done nothing wrong. I trust him. I have faith in him,” Joe Biden told MSNBC. “It impacts my presidency by making me feel proud of him.”

In an April statement, the White House claimed President Biden was committed to an investigation “free from any political interference.”

“President Biden has made clear that this matter would be handled independently by the Justice Department, under the leadership of a U.S. Attorney appointed by President Trump, free from any political interference by the White House. He has upheld that commitment,” White House spokesman Ian Sams said.

Whistleblower has insider info

The IRS whistleblower claims to possess information that contradicts the sworn testimony of a senior political appointee, identified as Attorney General Merrick Garland. During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Garland pledged not to interfere with the investigation, but the whistleblower alleges otherwise.