IRS Whistleblower Confirms Hunter Biden Received Nearly $5M From Dem Donor
Recent revelations by an IRS whistleblower have brought to light significant financial transactions involving Hunter Biden.
Hunter Biden, son of Joe Biden, allegedly received nearly $5 million in personal loans from a Democratic donor and had unpaid taxes covered during his father's political tenure.
IRS agent Joseph Ziegler, in a startling disclosure, testified that Hunter Biden received personal loans amounting to almost $5 million from Democratic donor Kevin Patrick Morris. This financial assistance also included the payment of Hunter's delinquent taxes, a matter of growing concern.
New Evidence Links Hunter Biden to High-Profile Donor
The loans and tax payments by Morris occurred while Joe Biden was actively engaged in political campaigns, including his presidential run. Ziegler's testimony not only confirmed prior reports about the $5.3 million in loans to Hunter but also hinted at potential interference by the Justice Department in an IRS investigation into these matters.
Further complicating the situation, in the years 2017 and 2018, Hunter Biden failed to pay his tax liabilities. His accountant had repeatedly discussed the situation with him, yet Hunter appeared reluctant or unwilling to settle the obligations.
In a specific instance in 2015, Morris paid $160,000 towards Hunter Biden's overdue 2015 taxes. This payment was notably linked to issues regarding Hunter's ex-wife's passport renewal, suggesting personal motives behind the financial aid.
Emails Suggest Connections Between Hunter's Business and Joe Biden
Emails have surfaced showing Burisma advisor Vadym Pozharskyi thanking Hunter Biden for introducing him to then-Vice President Joe Biden. These communications imply a close relationship between Hunter's business dealings and his father's political influence.
The House Ways and Means Committee recently released 56 new pages of emails. These documents reveal that Joe Biden used private email aliases to communicate with Hunter's business associates, raising questions about the former vice president's involvement in these dealings.
Ziegler, in his testimony, emphasized a pattern of tax avoidance by Hunter. He stated:
Hunter appeared to follow a pattern of attempting to avoid paying taxes on relevant income. This first started with Hunter not reporting the Burisma income in 2014 and allegedly falsely claiming that it was a loan to him.
Allegations of Justice Department Interference
Ziegler's allegations extend beyond Hunter Biden's financial transactions. He accused the Justice Department of interfering with the IRS investigation into Hunter Biden, a claim that, if proven true, could have serious implications for the integrity of federal investigations.
Specifically, in 2015, Morris made a significant payment towards Hunter's delinquent taxes, a move that coincides with Ziegler's observations of Hunter's tax-related behaviors. This payment was allegedly concerning issues affecting Hunter's ex-wife. Ziegler said:
As stated in my previous testimony, I read a note from Hunter Biden’s 2020 tax return that Hunter Biden received a loan from a 3rd party, known to be Kevin Patrick Morris, in paying off Hunter Biden’s delinquent taxes.
Revelations Raise Questions About Presidential Knowledge
The committee's press release following the revelations suggested a deeper involvement of Joe Biden in his son's business ventures. "The president appears now to not only have had knowledge but also been intimately involved in Hunter Biden’s business dealings," the release stated, pointing to a potential conflict of interest.
The connection between Hunter's financial dealings and Joe Biden's political role is further evidenced by the email from Burisma advisor Pozharskyi. In this email, Pozharskyi expressed gratitude for the opportunity to meet Joe Biden through Hunter.
Ziegler shared that Pozharskyi sent an email to Hunter on April 17, 2015, in which he thanked Hunter for the “opportunity to meet your father and spent (sp) some time together."
The allegations and evidence brought forth by IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler paint a picture of complex financial transactions and potential political entanglements involving Hunter Biden, his father, Joe Biden, and Democratic donor Kevin Patrick Morris.
- Hunter Biden received nearly $5 million in loans from Morris, who also paid his delinquent taxes.
- Emails suggest that Hunter's foreign business partners had access to then-Vice President Joe Biden.
- New evidence also points to Joe Biden's use of private emails and aliases to communicate with Hunter's associates.