Biden whistleblowers set to testify before House Republicans this week

by Summer Lane

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Important IRS whistleblower testimony is set to be heard this week before the House Oversight Committee in Washington, D.C., after weeks of Republican investigation into alleged “influence peddling schemes” at the behest of the Biden family.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., wrote on Twitter, “From the records @GOPoversight obtained, we know the Bidens set up over 20 shell companies, engaged in complicated financial transactions, & made an effort to hide the payments. Whistleblowers confirmed these findings. Americans will hear from them this week.”

RSBN previously revealed that IRS whistleblowers were set to testify before the House committee on July 19, where they are expected to share testimony regarding alleged pollicization and misconduct at the DOJ and the within the IRS regarding the Hunter Biden investigation.

Rep. Comer told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, “Well, we’ve learned obviously, there’ve been more bank transactions – this family’s been receiving money from all over the planet.”

He continued, “So, Wednesday we’re bringing the whistleblowers in. These are very credible career IRS employees who’ve never blown the whistle on anything.”

Comer noted that the House Oversight Committee would question the whistleblowers via a “bipartisan panel.” He added that the committee is poised to ask “very specific questions” about “crimes that have been committed by various members of the Biden family.”

A previous IRS whistleblower, Gary Shapley, has strongly alleged that the DOJ slow-walked an IRS investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes. Wednesday’s testimony is expected to reveal more details related to Shapley’s claim.

This also comes after the DOJ announced their indictment of a once-missing Biden whistleblower after he claimed that he was arrested in Cyprus. Per RSBN, this whistleblower, Gal Luft, was indicted on eight counts. His testimony was being sought by Comer and the Oversight Committee regarding their investigation into Joe Biden’s alleged bribery scheme.

Rep. Comer said that House Republicans on Wednesday are “going to be able to dive into” the severity of the alleged Biden crimes.

“I think the American people are going to be very satisfied by the answers that we get,” he concluded.

Watch the hearing LIVE on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. EDT.

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