(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) On Wednesday, IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley stated that one of the donors of President Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign had refused to file any charges in relation to the investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes.
During Shapley’s hearing at the House Oversight Committee, he revealed that the Department of Justice would often give the president’s political appointees the right to influence whether or not there should be any charges filed against Hunter Biden. U.S. Attorney for D.C. Matthew Graves, who was also a donor for Trump’s campaign, had opposed filing charges against Hunter Biden in March 2022.
As Shapley revealed, he had seen, on October 7, 2022, U.S. Attorney David Weiss in a meeting with IRS senior leaders and senior FBI agents, where he revealed that he had not been the person to decide whether or not charges were going to be filed against Hunter Biden.
The Federal Election Commission records show that Graves had contributed multiple times to Biden’s campaign during his time working at DLA Piper and before his nomination to his current position. His donations from April and May 2020 in the presidential primary race had reached $1,500.
White House spokesperson Ian Sam responded to the revelations in the hearing by arguing that instead of focusing on politically motivated attacks, House Republicans ought to place their focus on issues that would help the American people, including introducing measures that will lower inflation and create a stronger health care system.
He added that there were some real issues that needed to be handled and that it was President Biden’s belief that the only way to make progress would be if the House Republicans joined his efforts.
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