Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss testified behind closed doors last week that he was, in fact, denied Special Counsel authority to pursue an investigation into Hunter Biden last year when the case was moved to Washington, D.C., as IRS whistleblowers earlier claimed.
The DOJ had previously said Weiss had all authority to pursue the case, and Weiss tried to agree with that assertion through letters that now contradict his sworn testimony.
According to oversight chair Jim Jordan (R-OH), Weiss was asked point blank about whether he ever requested Special Counsel status.
He said that he did in the spring of 2022 and was told "no" and to follow the process.
"That goes to the heart of the matter," Jordan told reporters.
Other testimony has also confirmed what whistleblowers told the committee about the matter.
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