IRS Says DOJ Responsible For Whistleblower Purge From Hunter Biden Case

Unless you've been tuned out for about a decade or so, you're fully aware that there's been some serious shenanigans around Hunter Biden's alleged (but almost certainly true) criminal behaviors.

Our federal government has been working HARD to protect the Biden family from enduring the normal course of American justice, and now we have proof straight from the horse's mouth.

Recently, whistleblowers raising concerns about Hunter Biden's treatment have been facing retaliation within the IRS.

IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel seems aware of this, and is saying that the unethical treatment of the IRS whistleblowers was never a decision made by the IRS. That decision came from Joe Biden's Department of Justice.

"The IRS whistleblower you reference alleges that the change in their work assignment came at the direction of the Department of Justice," Werfel said.

"As a general matter and not in reference to any specific case, I believe it is important to emphasize that in any matter involving federal judicial proceedings, the IRS follows the direction of the Justice Department. I want to state unequivocally that I have not intervened – and will not intervene – in any way that would impact the status of any whistleblower. In light of laws and policies designed to protect the integrity of pending proceedings, I am unable to provide details on this matter."

"When an IRS employee raises allegations of this kind, the Commissioner’s office does not run an investigation, seek the identity of the whistleblower, or similarly intervene; instead, the Inspector General serves as a critical guardian of the whistleblower process and conducts relevant inquiries into the matter," he concluded.