IRS Whistleblower Reveals Explosive Hunter Biden Coverup

IRS Special Agent Joseph Ziegler dropped a bomb on his superiors in a revealing interview with CBS News on Wednesday.

One of the whistleblowers in the Hunter Biden investigation said agents were stonewalled in determining if President Joe Biden received financial benefit from his son’s dealings. Investigators were told, “We can’t ask those questions” due to the “approvals” that would be necessary.

Asked by CBS News Senior Investigative Correspondent Catherine Herridge if he found evidence of the senior Biden profiting, Ziegler gave a startling reply.

The IRS agent simply said, “I don’t feel comfortable answering that question.”

When Herridge tried to get clarification on Ziegler’s response, he explained further. Each time an agent attempted to get answers to questions related to the president, there was a structural roadblock.

He described the mood of the investigation as “an environment that was very hard to deal with.” And even with the political sensitivity of the case, Zieglar said the obstacles were not just in getting “approvals,” but rather having questions put “on the back burner.”

Zieglar had remained anonymous until just before the House Oversight Committee hearing on Wednesday. He categorized himself as a Democrat but said he was compelled to do the “right thing.”

The IRS whistleblower described his attempt to find out if Hunter Biden was really sitting with his father when he made a veiled threat to a Chinese business associate. That went nowhere, he said, as he was unable to gather location data regarding the message.

He recalled asking Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf about obtaining the necessary evidence, but the only response was, “How do we do that?”

The current president was referenced as the “big guy” in the May 2017 email discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop. It is also alleged that he was to receive a 10% share from the business dealings with CEFC China Energy.

An email dated Aug. 2, 2017, retrieved from Hunter’s laptop made an even more specific mention of money that would allegedly flow to the Democratic president. It cited a three-year CEFC consulting contract offered to Hunter paying $10 million annually “for introductions alone.”

Even with all the evidence pointing toward a broad scheme involving multiple members of the Biden family, the investigation stalled. Ziegler told CBS News that pursuing these leads led straight to a dead end within the IRS.