Second Hunter Biden IRS Whistleblower Steps Forward, Alleges ‘Deeply Troubling and Unacceptable’ Occurrences

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Allegations of impropriety in the federal probe of Hunter Biden are piling higher now that a second Internal Revenue Service whistleblower has come forward alleging the investigation was riddled with misconduct.

In April, attorney Mark Lytle approached congressional leaders to arrange for closed-door testimony from an IRS  whistleblower who wanted to tell Congress about preferential treatment being given in the investigation due to the influence of a political appointee in the Biden administration.

Last week, the IRS took all of its current staff investigating Hunter Biden’s taxes off of the investigation, according to the New York Post.

And now, a second whistleblower  has come forward, saying he has been punished for claiming Hunter Biden was getting special treatment, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.

A letter from attorneys Lytle and Tristan Leavitt said that the first whistleblower “has become aware that the case agent on the case, which our client supervises, also sent a protected disclosure directly to IRS Commissioner Werfel this week.”

The second whistleblower told IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel, that he was punished for doing the “right thing,” including telling others in the department that the Justice Department was “acting inappropriately,” according to the Post.

“The lack of IRS-[Criminal Investigation] senior leadership involvement in this investigation is deeply troubling and unacceptable. Rather than recognizing the need to ensure close engagement and full support of the investigatory team in this extraordinarily sensitive case, the response too often had been that we were isolated (even when I said on multiple occasions that I wasn’t being heard and that I thought I wasn’t able to perform my job adequately because of the actions of the USAO and DOJ, my concerns were ignored by senior leadership),” the second whistleblower’s message to Werfel said.

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