DOJ Sought to Arrange Secret Deal to Drop All Hunter Biden Charges, Whistleblower Attorney Claims

U.S. Attorney for Delaware Davis Weiss, now a Special Counsel for the Hunter Biden case, did not control the investigation into the president’s son, the Department of Justice run by Attorney General Merrick Garland did, charges IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley.

On Wednesday, Shapley’s attorneys reported they had been in contact with associate deputy attorney general Bradley Weinsheimer, who worked under Deputy AG Lisa Monaco, who was a back channel for the Biden administration’s communications about Weiss’ tax fraud probe, according to the New York Post.

Shapley led the IRS’ investigation in the Hunter Biden probe until being suddenly removed from the investigation. He then testified before Congress that the Garland-led Justice Department had interfered in the case.

Attorney General Merrick Garland subsequently appointed Weiss as a Special Counsel in the Hunter Biden case following the collapse of a sweetheart plea deal that would have seen the president’s son escape prison time for multiple felony tax charges and a gun charge. Biden was also uncharged for a violation of the Foreign Agents Registration Act when the plea deal fell apart.

As reported by Just the News, Weinsheimer spoke with Shapley’s attorney Mark Lytle in April to determine any accusations against other



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