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House Judiciary Committee Alleges The Department Of Justice Engaged In A Cover-Up To Protect Hunter Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. - According to the House Judiciary Committee, the Department of Justice is accused of obstructing an investigation by one of their attorneys in Florida, which is believed to be related to the Biden family. The House Ways and Means Committee received information in the form of whistleblower statements and one affidavit, which led to the allegation.

Gary Shapely, who claims to be a whistleblower, stated that he was informed by former Attorney General Bill Barr about the FD-1023 document. The document reportedly accuses Biden of involvement in bribery. In his affidavit, he states that the document and other information provided by the confidential informant did not reach him or any of the other agents he was collaborating with.

According to the affidavit, Shapely claims that the document was sent by Bill Barr to the Delaware U.S. Attorney's office. It is alleged that the Delaware attorney, the Pittsburgh District Attorney, and the U.S. Attorneys Office were in regular communication. According to Shapely, he and other agents requested to participate in the briefings but were not granted permission.


According to the allegations, the IRS recommended charges of tax evasion against Hunter Biden, which could result in imprisonment if found guilty. The House Ways and Means Committee claims that Biden was given a plea deal. 

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According to the House Ways and Means Committee, the Department of Justice under the Biden Administration has been accused of taking actions to postpone the investigation. According to reports, there were delays in authenticating statements made between Hunter Biden and Chinese officials.

The House Ways and Means Committee has claimed that the Department of Justice informed Hunter Biden's lawyers about upcoming investigation measures. It has been reported that there was a notification given to Biden's attorneys prior to a search for files at his residence.

The Department of Justice reportedly declined to pursue charges against Hunter Biden following an attempt by the Delaware District Attorney to do so. According to reports, Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss attempted to bring charges against Hunter Biden on multiple occasions, in Washington D.C., California, and while seeking special counsel status. However, he was unsuccessful in all three attempts.

In response to the allegations, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) stated in a press release, "Americans have been wondering why the Justice Department took five years to do what H&R Block could have done in five hours. Now we know that Biden’s Justice Department has been actively engaged in a cover-up to protect the Bidens from facing justice. We now also know that critical evidence contained within the FBI’s Biden bribery record was not shared with tax investigators who have since revealed they had potentially corroborating evidence during the investigation."

The investigation into the Biden Family, however, is still ongoing and has not yet reached any conclusions.

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