IRS Whistleblowers Confirm Joe Biden is the “Big Guy”

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In a not-so-shocking development in the massive corruption and hoaxing of the American people by the Biden crime family, two IRS whistleblowers have confirmed this week that the pretty obvious identity of the not-so-mysterious person referred to in Hunter Biden’s emails as the recipient of bribe money- dubbed the “Big Guy’- is none other than his Dad, Democrat President Joe Biden.

At the same time, the news is breathlessly carrying stories about the looming indictment for having his Presidential papers in his home, President Donald J. Trump faces more persecution.

In the latest attempt to stop Trump from running for President in 2024 and bringing some law and order back into Washington DC, the American people find out that Biden, a swamp creature of the established political order in DC has the massive privilege of not being scrutinized for criminal behavior.

The two tiers of justice could not be any more obvious than it is right now.   The American people are getting no justice, and we have known that for a long time.

According to media reports from 2022, analysis of Hunter Biden’s hard drive shows he, his firm took in about $11 million from 2013 to 2018 and spent it fast.

The hard drive and documents from Senate Republicans indicate few of Biden’s deals ever came to fruition and shed light on how fast he was spending his money, CBS reports reveal.

The outlet reported in 2022:

“From 2013 through 2018 Hunter Biden and his company brought in about $11 million via his roles as an attorney and a board member with a Ukrainian firm accused of bribery and his work with a Chinese businessman now accused of fraud, according to an NBC News analysis of a copy of Biden’s hard drive and iCloud account and documents released by Republicans on two Senate committees.

The documents and the analysis, which don’t show what he did to earn millions from his Chinese partners, raise questions about national security, business ethics and potential legal exposure. In December 2020, Biden acknowledged in a statement that he was the subject of a federal investigation into his taxes. NBC News was first to report that an ex-business partner had warned Biden he should amend his tax returns to disclose $400,000 in income from the Ukrainian firm, Burisma. GOP congressional sources also say that if Republicans take back the House this fall, they’ll demand more documents and probe whether any of Biden’s income went to his father, President Joe Biden.

“No government ethics rules apply to him,” said Walter Shaub, a former director of the U.S. Office of Government Ethics who is now an ethics expert with the Project on Government Oversight. Shaub added, however, that “it’s imperative that no one at DOJ and no one at the White House interfere with the criminal investigation in Delaware.” Shaub had previously raised questions about Hunter Biden’s new line of work, selling his own paintings, which created the potential to purchase a painting to buy perceived influence, and also because the White House became involved in the transactions, arranging that none of the buyers’ names be known to Biden, the White House or the public.

Of course, everyone already knew the identity of the Big Guy, because it was covered before the 2020 election by someone with knowledge of the situation- Tony Bobulinski:

The story of how Biden was exposed by two IRS Whistleblowers appeared on the brilliant site- The Ronald.

Here is what they uncovered:

IRS whistleblowers Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley on Wednesday told Congress that they believe Joe Biden is the “Big Guy.” During the House Oversight Committee hearing, Rep Andy Biggs said to the whistleblowers, “In the day of action you guys were intending to interview 12 people, one of whom was Rob Walker, a business associate of Hunter Biden and in particular, you wanted to talk about “10 held by H for the big guy.” Biggs then turned to IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler and asked, “Who do you infer the big guy may be?” Ziegler responded by saying, “From what I understand that to be, his dad, President Biden.”


More from Biggs, and a House Oversight press release:

IRS whistleblowers confirm Joe Biden is the “big guy.”

Rep. Biggs: “The day of action, you guys were intending to interview twelve people, one of whom was Rob Walker, and a business associate of Hunter Biden. And in particular, you wanted to talk about, I think the quote is ’10 held by H for the big guy’, right? Who did you infer that the big guy might be?”

Mr. Zeigler: “So, all I can do is speak to the evidence there. What I can say is, I think I know what you’re referring to is when we’re preparing for that interview and we’re referencing that email, ‘ten held by H for the big guy’ and from what I understand that to be his dad, President Biden.”

Rep. Biggs: “So I’m sorry, I just want to ask Mr. Shapley a similar question, because the ‘AUSA Wolf interjected,’ and I’m reading from your transcript now instead, ‘she did not want to ask about the big guy and stated she did not want to ask questions about ‘dad.’’ in quotes. Who did you take dad to be when she refers to dad?”

Mr. Shapley: “The father of the subject is President Biden.”

Americans may have had a compromised president one Rep said at the hearing:

Biggs tread IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley’s previous transcript which read: “Assistant United States Attorney Wolf interjected and said she did not want to ask about the big guy and did not want to ask questions about dad.”

The representative from Arizona then asked Shapley, “Who did you take dad to be?”

Shapley responded by saying, “President Biden.”

Earlier in his testimony Shapley testified that the DOJ told investigators not to ask questions about the “Big Guy.”


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