The House Oversight Committee led by Rep. James Comer (R-KY) held a meeting with IRS whistleblowers on Wednesday.
Almost all IRS whistleblowers have come forward to reveal Hunter Biden received special treatment throughout the investigation that was disguised as an investigation.
The anonymous whistleblower, identified as Joseph Ziegler, finally appeared publicly on Wednesday: “Today, I sit here before you, not as a hero or a victim, but as a whistleblower forced to reveal the truth.”
Zieger said David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney for Delaware, was beaten and insulted by DOJ officials.
“It seemed to me, based on my experience, that the US Attorney for Delaware during our investigation was constantly beaten, belittled, and belittled by DOJ officials,” Ziegler said.
🚨IRS Whistleblower Joe Ziegler drops a BOMBSHELL:
“It seemed to me … that the US attorney in Delaware … was tied down, belittled, and scorned by DOJ officials and other US attorneys. I still think that special counsel is necessary for this … pic.twitter.com/Wq3EQbFr9O
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) July 19, 2023
David Weiss signed on June 7 letter saying he was given “great authority” in the Hunter Biden case.
This contradicts what IRS whistleblower David Weiss said in his meetings with the prosecutor.
Mark Lytle, the attorney for IRS whistleblower Gary Shapely told Fox News reporter Martha MacCallum that US Attorney David Weiss, the Trump-appointed Delaware attorney who has filed the case against Hunter Biden, said he did not have the authority to prosecute Hunter Biden.
Whistleblower Gary Shapely said David Weiss disclosed this to him during one of his meetings with the US attorney.
Shapley’s lawyer recently told Fox News that Weiss tried to sue Hunter Biden in California and DC, but US attorneys appointed by Joe Biden would not accept it.
“Mr. Weiss said he tried to go to the DC US Attorney’s office and they didn’t accept it. And he was trying to go to the other place to pay in California – and he was trying to get special counsel and it was rejected and that surprised the agents who were there,” Mark Lytle told Fox News.