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 May 10, 2023

Attorneys for whistleblower in Hunter Biden probe meet with Congress

Attorneys for the whistleblower against Hunter Biden met with members of Congress on Friday.

The legal team met with members of the House Ways and Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee about the first son's IRS situation.

The details

“Chairman [Jason] Smith is working to ensure all of the appropriate steps are taken in this particular investigation to receive and evaluate the allegations and information this whistleblower shares with Congress and has publicly pledged that the committee will go where the facts lead,” a House Ways and Means Committee spokesperson told CBS News.

“Each week and day provide a new opportunity to advance this particular whistleblower claim and shed more light and transparency for the American people.”

The pushback

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) said that lawyers for Hunter Biden are intimidating whistleblowers in the investigation.

"In communication with our witnesses and with people who are cooperating from a subpoena standpoint, we know that they have been contacted by the attorneys for Hunter Biden," Comer said in an interview on "America Reports."

"We feel that this is really close to crossing the line. Obviously, their objective in my opinion, is witness intimidation. This will not stand," he added.

The accusations from the whistleblowers could also reach far beyond the first son's tax problems.

"The whistleblower’s accusations thus extend far beyond the tax case against Hunter Biden. Although unraveling the scandal will start there, it won’t end there," the Federalist noted.

"With the whistleblower’s attorneys now able to coordinate directly with the House Ways and Means Committee, the timeframe for exposing those complicit in covering for the Bidens just shrunk substantially," it added.

The longtime concerns over Hunter Biden may be coming to actual charges in the days ahead as the information is revealed. If so, the IRS charges could further add to problems for President Joe Biden as he seeks to be elected to a second term in office.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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