Hundreds of pages from the IRS investigation that led to a plea deal on Tuesday for Hunter Biden have been released by Republican lawmakers, and it looks like the Biden Crime Family has been caught RED-handed!

Beijing Biden by Jennifer Harper/The Washington Times

Sandra Smith of Fox News reported on the explosive revelation by the IRS whistleblowers – On Tuesday, Hunter Biden pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor tax violations following an IRS investigation. Last month IRS supervisory special agent Gary Shapely, who announced his name publicly, gave testimony for hours behind closed doors and said, “The Department of Justice, where I am slow, slow-walked the investigation,” and made his job difficult. He has since been removed from that probe. Now we’re seeing what he said in his testimony, and in one section that stands out, it relates to now President Joe Biden; according to Shapely, he saw a WhatsApp message sent by Hunter Biden to a Chinese businessman in 2017.

“We obtained a July 30, 2017, WhatsApp message from Hunter Biden to Henry Zhao, where Hunter Biden wrote, ‘I am sitting here with my father, and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled. Tell the Director that I would like to resolve this now before it gets out of hand, and now means tonight!'”

President Biden has repeatedly denied discussing any business deals with his son. A source familiar with the IRS probe tells FOX NEWS this tax investigation that Shapely was assigned to is the same one that led to the Hunter Biden plea deal. Hunter Biden will appear in court in Wilmington, Delaware, on July 26th.


House Ways and Means Committee Chair Jason Smith shared a stunning thread on Twitter explaining the testimony of Gary Shapely, who has now been removed from the Hunter Biden investigation after he went public as a whistleblower with evidence to prove President Biden was indeed, reportedly involved in Hunter Biden shaking down a Chinese official.

Rep. Smith writes:

@WaysandMeansGOP just voted to release 14 hours of transcribed interviews with 2 IRS whistleblowers.

Their story of how the federal government handled an investigation into a “high-profile individual” is stunning.


Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) continues:

The transcribed interviews shine a light on the seeming favoritism DOJ and IRS officials showed to protect this high-profile individual from justice.

Whistleblowers confirmed for the first time that the individual is the President’s son – Hunter Biden.

Rep Smith reveals the information the two whistleblowers exposed related to the crooked “investigation” into the money Hunter received from foreign nations, how the DOJ tried to cover it up and then finally, how they retaliated against the whistleblowers:

Hunter received money from Ukraine, China, and Romania.

All taxpayers are NOT treated the same.

Biden DOJ engaged in attempts to delay, divulge, and deny IRS investigators.

Whistleblowers faced retaliation for telling the truth.


Rep. Smith explains how Hunter didn’t report all of his income to the IRS and how that money, “much of which came from foreign sources,” came from all over the world, including China, Ukraine and Romania.

The whistleblowers revealed how the crooked DOJ established a pattern of “delaying, divulging, and denying the Hunter Biden investigation. At nearly every turn, officials chose protecting the powerful over exposing the truth to the American people.” The Ways and Means Chair Jason Smith also states that according to the whistleblower testimony, Obama’s Supreme Court pick turned Biden AG Merrick Garland, ignored the concerns about the Biden Crime family and refused to appoint a special prosecutor.

Rep Smith shared a video of Senator Chuck Grassley grilling the dirty AG Merrick Garland and explained, “Instead, AG Garland promised the American people in public testimony the prosecutor handling Hunter Biden’s case, U.S. Attorney for Delaware David Weiss, could bring charges against Hunter Biden outside of Delaware.”

According to Rep. Smith, AG Garland’s testimony was not accurate. Smith adds: For almost a year, IRS investigators and Weiss tried to advance the investigation, including bringing charges against Hunter Biden.

Each time, he was denied by a Biden DOJ appointee.

Smith says whistleblowers, in their testimony described how the investigation into the Biden Crime family was being intentionally being slow-walked.

Smith says warnings from the whistleblowers fell on deaf ears. He added, “In August 2020, a search warrant uncovered a text between Hunter and Henry Zhao, an executive at a Chinese company that paid Hunter $100,000.

The text mentioned Joe Biden repeatedly.

Investigators were not allowed to verify the information.

Smith said texts like the one shown below made it clear that Joe Biden’s guest house where his crack-addicted son Hunter Biden was living, needed to be investigated, but investigators were told “there was no way they would get it approved.”

But investigators had no problem raiding Mar-a-Lago in search of a crime.

Investigators were also denied the ablity to speak with Hunter’s adult children, who they beleived had relevant information related to his crimes. “It will get us into hot water if we interview the President’s grandchildren,” they were told.

In 2019, and IRS criminal investigation search warrant led to the discovery of Hunter’s laptop.

Investigators wanted to question associates of Hunter Biden about an email that references “the big guy” and talks about how “ten” (percent?) needs to be held for him.

They waited until after the (rigged) election in 2020 before looking into the crimes they found on Hunter’s laptop, and investigators were told not ask Joe about any of the information they found. They even tipped off the Biden transition team about what investigators had discovered.

Rep. Jason Smith reveals more detail: After the interviews, investigators learned of a storage unit controlled by Hunter, and debated getting a search warrant for the unit.

Once again, the DOJ divulged these sensitive details to the Biden camp – this time to Hunter’s lawyers.

Once the whistleblowers came forward to expose the pattern of slow walking the Hunter Biden tax investigation, the whistleblowers say they were retaliated against.


The whistleblowers and their entire team were removed from the investigation at the request of DOJ.

And finally:

As a result of the Biden DOJ’s repeated pattern of delay, divulge, and deny, the statute of limitations expired for tax years 2014 and 2015, where Hunter Biden had significant unpaid liabilities.

These totaled over a quarter of a million dollars, but it could be more.

Rep. Smith concludes:

Americans expect a justice system that protects whistleblowers and is honest and fair no matter who you are – even if your dad is President.

Sadly, it seems that the federal government has two different tiers of justice.

Americans truly deserve better.

Here is a transcpript of the whistleblower testimony shared by the public by the House Ways and Means Committee:

A Ways and Means Committee executive meeting resulted in a vote to release to the public whistleblower testimony of two different IRS employees who worked directly on the tax evasion case of Hunter Biden. That testimony outlines misconduct and government abuse at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the investigation of Hunter Biden.

The allegations point to a steady campaign of unequal treatment of enforcing tax law; Department of Justice (DOJ) interference in the form of delays, divulgences, and denials into the investigation of tax crimes that may have been committed by the President’s son; and finally, retaliation against IRS employees who blew the whistle on the misconduct.

Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (MO-08) released the following statement:

“Today, the Ways and Means Committee voted to make public the testimony of IRS employees blowing the whistle on misconduct at the IRS and the Biden Department of Justice regarding unequal enforcement of tax law, interference and government abuse in the handling of investigations into criminal activity by President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, and retaliation against IRS employees blowing the whistle on this abuse.

“The American people deserve to know that when it comes to criminal enforcement, they are not on the same playing field as the wealthy and politically connected class. The preferential treatment Hunter Biden received would never have been granted to ordinary Americans.

“Whistleblowers describe how the Biden Justice Department intervened and overstepped in a campaign to protect the son of Joe Biden by delaying, divulging, and denying an ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden’s alleged tax crimes. The testimony shows tactics used by the Justice Department to delay the investigation long enough to reach the statute of limitations, evidence they divulged sensitive actions by the investigative team to Biden’s attorneys and denied requests by the U.S. Attorney to bring charges against Biden.

“IRS employees who blew the whistle on this abuse were retaliated against, despite a commitment IRS Commissioner Werfel made before the Ways and Means Committee to uphold their legal protections. They were removed from this investigation after they responsibly worked through the chain of command to raise these concerns.

“The Committee has acted in good faith with participation from both Democrats and Republicans, as the issues raised today ought to be a bipartisan concern. Hopefully, we can find a path forward to continue to go where the facts lead us. If the federal government is not treating all taxpayers equally, or if it is changing the rules to engineer a preferred outcome, Congress has a duty to ask why and to hold agencies accountable and consider appropriate legislative action. The scales of justice must not be skewed in favor of the wealthy and the politically connected.”

The transcripts for the whistleblower testimony are posted HERE:

What the Committee Has Learned

The federal government is not treating all taxpayers the same – and providing preferential treatment to the wealthy and well-connected, including the son of the President of the United States.

Despite the fact that IRS officials recommended that Hunter Biden be charged with criminal activity that includes attempts to evade or defeat taxes, fraud and false statements, and willful failures to file returns, supply information, or pay taxes for over $8.3 million in income, Mr. Biden received preferential treatment in the course of the investigation, and has struck a plea deal that will likely keep him out from behind bars. Meanwhile…

In 2014, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida announced that a man was sentenced to 13 months in prison to be followed by a year of supervised release for failing to file an income tax return, the same misdemeanor tax offense that Hunter Biden was charged with.

The Department of Justice interfered in the investigation into Hunter Biden’s clear tax issues with a “Delay, Divulge, and Deny” campaign – that ultimately shielded him by allowing the statute of limitations to pass on his tax crimes.

DELAY: Recurring unjustified delays pervaded the investigation, including in authenticating the message between Hunter Biden and Chinese officials. Investigators were told by U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf that “there is no way” a search warrant for evidence would get approved because the evidence of interest would be found in the guest house of former Vice President Biden.

DIVULGE: Investigators found out that attorneys for Hunter Biden were tipped off about actions relating to the investigation in advance. For example, even as investigators had probable cause to search a Northern Virginia storage unit in which Hunter Biden had stored files, attorneys for Biden were tipped off.

DENY: U.S. Attorney of Delaware David Weiss tried to bring charges in District of Columbia around March 2022 and was denied. Weiss sought special counsel status from DOJ in the Spring of 2022 and was denied. Weiss sought to bring charges in the Central District of California in the Fall of 2022 and had that request denied in January 2023.

IRS employees worked through the chain of command to blow the whistle on this misconduct – only to be met with hostility and retaliation, leading them to come to the Ways and Means Committee.

Actions were taken to cut the IRS investigative team out of the process after they raised concerns up their chain of command. One whistleblower was not selected for a position, when he was more qualified than the candidate who was selected. Limits and pauses have been placed on other, unrelated investigations that the whistleblowers are working on – which hamper the investigators’ ability to do their work or advance. The whistleblowers and their entire team were removed from the investigation on May 15, 2023, after blowing the whistle to Congress.

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