New House report asserts special treatment for Hunter Biden by DOJ and FBI
The report follows allegations by the IRS Whistleblowers of favorable treatment for Hunter Biden that was corroborated by reporting on the House Judicary Committee's main witnesses.
A trio of congressional committees on Tuesday released a new report asserting that Hunter Biden received special treatment from his father's Justice Department.
The 77-page interim report, released by the House's Judiciary, Ways and Means, and Oversight and Accountability committees is the "third prong" of House Republicans' impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
The inquiry focuses on "the Biden Justice Department’s purported commitment to impartial justice," according to the report.
The congressional investigators made three conclusions that they say are born from documents and 10 witness interviews:
- The Justice Department and FBI officials gave special treatment to Hunter Biden
- U.S. Attorney David Weiss did not have the "ultimate authority" over the Hunter Biden case as he claimed to Congress
- The Biden Justice Department engaged in a cover-up of the Hunter Biden case after the IRS whistleblowers came forward earlier this year.
You can read the report below:
Witness by witness, the IRS Whistleblowers' account of how the Hunter Biden investigation has been handled by the Biden Justice Department and other agencies has been vindicated by the testimony of some of the witness testimony that the report relies on, as Just the News previously reported.