IRS Makes a Stunning Hunter-Related Move
As you know, there’s an ongoing investigation by Congress into Hunter Biden, his scandalous laptop, and all family business dealings. But apparently, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not playing ball. In fact, according to one attorney, they have issued “clearly retaliatory” action.
Part of the investigation involves an IRS whistleblower who claims that the agency has been hamstringing the probe by giving “preferential treatment” to the Bidens and allowing their services regarding the family to be influenced by politicians in high-ranking positions.
Naturally, the IRS, or at least Commissioner Daniel Werfel, said that making such allegations or calling a whistleblower hotline would not be punished.
However, that whistleblower’s attorney, Mark Lytle, says that’s exactly what appears to be happening.
As of Monday, all current IRS staff involved in the Hunter Biden case, including the whistleblower, were reassigned, according to the New York Post.
The Post noted that it had obtained a letter that Lytle and other attorneys had written to the congressional leaders informing them of the IRS’s recent move.
In the letter, Lytle suggested that it was nothing short of retaliatory “and may also constitute obstruction of a congressional inquiry.”
He explained that according to congressional law, a “significant change in duties, responsibilities, or working conditions” can be considered “retaliatory personnel actions.” Barring the whistleblower and other IRS staff from the case could impede Congress’ investigation into Hunter Biden and his financials.
Of course, neither the IRS nor the Department of Justice, who ordered the personnel change, have commented on the move or the letter accusing them of “retaliatory” action.
In any case, the House Ways and Means Committee is set to meet with the whistleblower soon, according to an aide who spoke with CNN. Hopefully, the truth will be ferreted out, and justice served.