Since Biden has taken office, several whistleblowers have come forward, implicating the Biden administration — and President Joe Biden himself — of mishandling the federal investigation into Hunter Biden, politicizing federal law enforcement, and hiding evidence of a “criminal scheme” Biden allegedly participated in as vice president.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the government Whistleblowers who have made statements to Congress:
In April, an IRS employee contacted Republican and Democratic lawmakers on the House and Senate Judiciary Committees, the House Ways and Means Committee, and the Senate Finance Committee, alleging that the Biden administration is mishandling the federal investigation into Hunter Biden.
This whistleblower contacted these committees through his attorney, Mark Lytle, and filed protected reports with the IRS, the Treasury Department’s Inspector General for Tax Administration, and the Department of Justice’s Inspector General.
Lytle noted that his client’s revelations “contradict sworn testimony” given before Congress by a senior political appointee and failed to mitigate “a clear conflict of interest” in the Hunter Biden probe.
Joe Biden’s Whistleblower
A whistleblower claims the FBI and Department of Justice are in possession of a document detailing a criminal scheme involving President Biden when he was still vice president, which included exchanging money for policy decisions with a foreign national.
Form FD-1023 is an FBI-generated form, which the informant says gives a “precise description” of how the alleged scheme was conducted and itsits purpose.
The House Judiciary Committee and its subcommittee probing the weaponization of the federal government spoke to more than two dozen FBI whistleblowers who believe the bureau had been politicized.
The FBI whistleblowers have accused the bureau of targeting parents attending school board meetings, pro-life groups, and Catholics.
The whistleblowers also allege that the agency worked to “inflate” cases to label more cases as violent domestic extremism. Three whistleblowers whose security clearances were revoked by the FBI testified publicly before committees on Thursday (May 18).