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Congress slaps Biden’s DOJ with lawsuit to expose Hunter Biden once and for all


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Hunter Biden’s been on the run for months now. But Congress is on his case.

Because Biden’s DOJ has been slapped with a lawsuit from Congress to expose Hunter Biden once and for all.

Back when the New York Post broke the story about Hunter Biden’s laptop right before the 2020 election, no one could have expected it to be as big of a deal as it would be in the coming months and years.

Of course, a part of that is because there was a deliberate effort of social media giants like Facebook and Twitter (before Elon Musk bought the network) to suppress the New York Post story because it was being suggested by federal government officials that it was as a piece of Russian disinformation.

It wasn’t Russian disinformation. Today it’s understood that the laptop is real and the contents on it were verifiably in possession to Hunter Biden, even if the radical Left hates to admit it.

Not only that, but Hunter Biden has also been facing serious criminal charges ranging from gun crimes, tax-fraud crimes, and much more.

To varying degrees he’s been able to slime his way out of facing the consequences of justice for his actions, but not entirely. He was initially ecstatic about reaching a plea deal over the charge of the crime of falsifying a document in order to purchase a gun, but that plea deal fell through.

As for his tax fraud, his case is making its way through the court and he’s plead not guilty, but there’s immense evidence to suggest he’s absolutely guilty. Republicans in Congress have compiled tons of evidence from whistleblowers and publicly released documents that seriously incriminate Hunter Biden in the eyes of millions of Americans.

The Department of Justice, led by Biden nominated U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, has not been cooperative with the investigations into Hunter Biden’s tax crimes, however. Recently, the DOJ ignored Congress’ subpoena request for two DOJ officials who deal with tax crimes to appear before the House of Representatives for a testimony.

Now Congress is hitting the Department of Justice with a lawsuit for not complying with the proceedings and specifically trying to keep the two DOJ officials from appearing before Congress.

“After DOJ refused to make Daly and Morgan available for voluntary interviews with the Committee, the Committee subpoenaed them to appear for depositions. But they defied the Subpoenas because their employer, DOJ, directed them not to appear,” the House Judiciary Committee’s lawsuit filing reads.

House Republicans emphasized the Justice Department’s hindrance of Morgan and Daly’s testimony in a comprehensive report released last year. They contended that testimonies from the Justice Department, FBI, and IRS officials corroborated key aspects of Shapley and Ziegler’s statements. Notably, senior DOJ tax-division official Stuart Goldberg and special counsel David Weiss were among those authorized to testify.

Weiss is currently prosecuting Hunter Biden on nine tax-related charges, alleging failure to pay over $1 million in taxes for tax years 2016–19. Despite Hunter Biden’s plea of not guilty to these charges in January, IRS whistleblowers claim he committed tax crimes in Washington, D.C., during the 2014–15 tax years. These allegations stem from income received from Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings.

Bank records indicate that Hunter Biden and his former business partner Devon Archer utilized a bank account named Rosemont Seneca Bohai to receive payments from Burisma, totaling over $80,000 per month each during the mentioned tax years. Ziegler testified that Hunter Biden received his Burisma income via the Rosemont Seneca Bohai account as purported loans and failed to disclose his 2014 income on tax forms.

Ziegler recalled that DOJ tax officials did not sanction the 2014–15 tax charges he proposed during the June 2022 meeting. Consequently, the Judiciary Committee is pushing for an injunction to allow Morgan and Daly to testify regarding the 2014–15 tax years and provide reasoning behind why they opposed charging Hunter Biden.

The statute of limitations expired on the alleged offenses after U.S. Attorney for D.C., Matthew Graves, opted not to collaborate with Weiss on prosecuting Hunter Biden. It’s noteworthy that Weiss, who is currently the U.S. Attorney for Delaware, had not assumed the role of special counsel at that time.

Graves testified last year, confirming his decision not to partner with Weiss, influenced by the initial concerns raised by IRS whistleblowers. Weiss affirmed Graves’ decision and the expiration of the statute of limitations for the 2014–15 tax years. The Judiciary Committee also aims to obtain testimony from Daly and Morgan concerning Graves’ decision not to prosecute Hunter Biden.

Graves, appointed by Biden and being a lifelong Democrat, adds a layer of complexity to the situation.

The Conservative Column will keep our readers updated on any Hunter Biden criminal case updates.


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