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Shocking New Revelation Reveals Joe Was in the Same Room as Hunter During Phone Call With Chinese Representative

Hunter Biden allegedly failed to pay taxes on $8.3 million in revenue, according to shocking new whistleblower evidence revealed by the influential House Ways and Means Committee, while the Department of Justice rejected attempts to file charges in other states.

According to the evidence, U.S. Attorney David Weiss, a holdover from the Trump administration who handled the prosecution of the Hunter Biden case, allegedly requested special counsel status but was turned down by the Department of Justice.

Additionally, Weiss allegedly attempted to prosecute Hunter in California and Washington D.C. in the autumn of 2022, but that motion was rejected in January 2023.

In a news conference, Ways and Means Chair Jason Smith, a Republican from Missouri, also reportedly disclosed that two IRS workers had allegedly stated that the agency wanted to prosecute Hunter Biden with felony tax fraud and making false claims.

Hunter allegedly failed to pay $2.2 million in taxes on $8.3 million in revenue from overseas companies in the Ukraine, China, and Romania, according to Smith’s sources.

The testimony, according to Smith, also demonstrates the DOJ’s efforts to “delay the investigation long enough to reach the statute of limitations.”

In one case, a whistleblower testified that the IRS was about to examine a storage facility owned by Hunter Biden in Virginia but informed the senator’s attorneys beforehand.

According to one discovery, in a WhatsApp chat dated July 2017 to his Chinese business associate Henry Zhao, Hunter Biden, the president’s son, threatened Zhao with legal action unless he paid.

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