Atty who ‘refused to bring charges’ against Hunter Biden donated to Joe’$ 2020 campaign
- Hunter Biden struck a deal with the DOJ, to plead guilty to misdemeanor tax charges which allows him to avoid prosecution for a separate gun charge
- Gary Shapley alleges U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves, who donated to President Biden’s campaign, ‘refused to bring charges’ against Hunter for tax evasion
- READ MORE: Bombshell FBI document details alleged $10M bribery scheme with Joe Biden and ‘stupid’ Hunter
An IRS whistleblower claimed the U.S. attorney who ‘refused to bring charges’ against Hunter Biden for tax evasion donated to Joe Biden‘s 2020 presidential campaign.
Special Agent Gary Shapley made the allegation about U.S. Attorney for D.C. Matthew Graves on Wednesday during a congressional hearing.
‘The Justice Department allowed the president’s political appointees to weigh in on whether to charge the president’s son,’ Shapley told the panel.
‘After U.S. Attorney for D.C. Matthew Graves (pictured here), appointed by President Biden, refused to bring charges in March 2022, I watched U.S. Attorney [David] Weiss tell a room full of senior FBI and IRS senior leaders on October 7, 2022, that he was not the deciding person on whether charges were filed,’ he told the committee looking into allegations the DOJ politically interfered with the investigation.
Graves’s donations, totaling $1,500, were given in April 2020 and May 2020 during the Democratic presidential primaries, according to Federal Election Commission records.
The revelation comes as another whistleblower said political pressure stopped felony charges as more evidence continues to trickle out about the Biden family and the apparent preferential treatment given to Hunter during criminal investigations.
IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley (left) and and Joseph Ziegler (right) present their testimony on how they were prevented from carrying out usual procedure when investigating Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden struck a deal with the DOJ , to plead guilty to misdemeanor tax charges, which allows him to avoid prosecution for a separate gun charge
The House Oversight probe is looking into whether Hunter Biden received preferential treatment in the investigation into his wrongdoings because of his father’s position
‘There should not be a two-track justice system based on who you are and who you’re connected to,’ Shapley told the committee.
A White House spokesperson told Fox News, ‘Instead of wasting time on politically-motivated attacks on a Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney, the rule of law, and the independence of our justice system, House Republicans should join President Biden to focus on the issues most important to the American people like continuing to lower inflation, create jobs, and strengthen health care.’
The latest allegations come as the agent who handled the vast majority of the tax case against Hunter said he felt ‘handcuffed’ during the five-year probe and was blocked from pursuing any leads that may implicate Hunter’s father.
Joseph Ziegler, formerly known as Whistleblower X, is the second agent to come forward to allege preferential treatment in the high-profile case.
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