IRS Whistleblowers Unable to Verify Loans Biden Made to Family Members
IRS whistleblowers say they are not able to confirm loans that President Joe Biden sent to his family members.
Gary Shipley and Joseph Ziegler, former IRS agents, shared the concerns in recent testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee.
Look at this news article from The Daily Caller: IRS whistleblowers unable to ’verify’ loans White House claims Joe Biden sent to family members, testimony shows https://t.co/Wc4KJrLycl
— American Outlaw 🇺🇸 (@wellsh40) December 14, 2023
“So Joe Biden is being paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for, quote, ‘repayments’ to him of loans that he gave. Were you prevented from actually finding out whether or not those checks from Joe Biden’s account were ever given to those people who are now repaying him?” Republican Texas Rep. Beth Van Duyne asked the whistleblowers, according to the Daily Caller.
“I don’t believe we ever obtained records that would have shown us any light on those transactions,” Shapley replied.
Last week, the Ways and Means Committee heard from 2 IRS Whistleblowers where we discovered that Joe Biden LIED when he claimed that he did not discuss Hunter Biden's businesses dealings with him.
We discovered 54 emails between Joe Biden’s alias and Eric Schwerin, the architect… pic.twitter.com/olrM6JbwrA
— Rep. Jason Smith (@RepJasonSmith) December 11, 2023
"Last week, the Ways and Means Committee heard from 2 IRS Whistleblowers where we discovered that Joe Biden LIED when he claimed that he did not discuss Hunter Biden's business dealings with him," Rep. Jason Smith stated on X.
"We discovered 54 emails between Joe Biden’s alias and Eric Schwerin, the architect of several shell companies Hunter Biden did business with," he continued.
The lack of records and conflicting evidence regarding the president's statements are part of the information now being used by House Republicans to move forward with an impeachment inquiry.
Republicans appear to have the votes to move forward, though lacking numbers in the Senate.
The process remains ongoing as Biden seeks to run for reelection at the age of 81 with many voters concerned over both his policies and health issues.
The next year could see Biden dealing with impeachment proceedings and a reelection campaign at the same time as he seeks a second term in office.