Prosecutor in charge of Hunter Biden's investigation responds to whistleblower allegations

U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who led the Department of Justice investigation into Hunter Biden, responded to whistleblower claims that he was not given authority to file charges in jurisdictions other than Delaware.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan recently requested that Weiss turn over all materials related to the investigation. On Friday, Weiss responded to the request with a letter saying he was unable to comply.

Weiss stated, "The whistleblowers’ allegations relate to a criminal investigation that is now being prosecuted in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware. At this juncture, I am required to protect confidential law enforcement information and deliberative communications related to the case."

Where things get really interesting is when he stated that, "If venue for a case lies elsewhere, common Departmental practice is to contact the United States Attorney’s Office for the district in question and determine whether it wants to partner on the case. If not, I may request Special Attorney status from the Attorney General."

The person in charge of granting Weiss that special status is Attorney General Merrick Garland. The AG is already suspected of actively protecting Hunter Biden and his corrupt schemes.

As for the districts in which some Hunter Biden's alleged crimes occurred, federal prosecutors reportedly declined to proceed. The reason for that could be due to the fact that both of them support President Biden.