Joe Biden connected to Hunter Biden’s business dealings through alleged tax deduction

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., questioned both IRS whistleblowers on the connection between Joe Biden and Hunter Biden’s business dealings.

He pointed out how the Democrats questioning the witnesses have talked “a lot about Trump,” but acknowledged that the investigation of the Biden family started before President Trump took office and has continued even now that Biden is in power.

Biggs brought up the quote, stating, “10 Held by H for The Big Guy,” and asked, “Who did you infer that the Big Guy may be?”

Whistleblower Joseph Ziegler responded, “His dad, President Biden.”

Biggs then referenced his testimony regarding AUSA Wolf. This states, “she did not want to ask about The Big Guy, and stated she did not want to ask questions about “dad.”

Biggs asked Whistleblower Gary Shapley, who did you take “dad” to be?

Shapley answered, “The father of the subject is President Biden.”

Biggs then added, “Even by her response, she’s inferring that Joe Biden may be involved in Hunter Biden’s transactions.”

He followed up by asking Ziegler about accusations that Hunter tried to deduct for hotel rooms used by his father.

Ziegler stated, “We actually got the invoice from the hotel that had the dad’s name on it.”

When pressed to define whether these business deductions would connect Joe Biden to Hunter Biden’s business dealings, Ziegler admitted, “Generally speaking, to be a valid business deduction, it would have to be some type of business activity being conducted at that time.”

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