Hunter Biden cover-up keeps getting worse

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The sweetheart plea deal Hunter Biden cut with Joe Biden’s Justice Department stinks to high heaven.

New witness testimony exposes a shocking cover-up.

And Hunter Biden has a lot to fear from this whistleblower.

IRS special agent Joseph Ziegler testified before Congress detailing the ways the Hunter Biden investigation had been interfered with.

CBS News reporter Catherine Herridge asked Ziegler during an interview last week, “Did you uncover evidence that President Biden financially benefited from his son’s deals?”

“I don’t feel comfortable answering that question,” Ziegler responded. “Any time we potentially wanted to go down the road of asking questions related to the president, it was, ‘That’s gonna take too much approvals, we can’t ask those questions.’ And I mean, it created an environment that was very hard to deal with.”

Ziegler said that when he tried to press the issue, the response he got was, “Let’s put that on the back burner.”

He added that there appeared to be an issue of fairness, “Are we treating everyone the same? Are we treating all taxpayers the same?”

“And in this case, no, I don’t think so,” Ziegler said.

He noted that he wanted to interview the Bidens adult children because “a lot of the business deductions, expenses, [were] related to the adult children.”

However according to Ziegler, “We never received the approvals to talk to those people” because he was told by the Assistant U.S. Attorney that doing so would get them into “hot water.”

“Is that in the IRS handbook, avoiding hot water?” Herridge asked.

“No, but I mean, I was asking to do these certain things and roadblock after roadblock was put up in front of me,” he said.

There are serious concerns regarding Joe Biden’s involvement with his son’s business deals.

Unclassified FBI documents released in July by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) revealed allegations that Joe Biden and son Hunter “coerced” Burisma co-founder and CEO Mykola Zlochevsky into paying them millions of dollars in exchange for pressuring the Ukrainian government to fire prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

Zlochevsky allegedly told the FBI’s confidential source during a meeting in August 2016 that he gave “5 (million) to pay one Biden, and 5 (million) to another.”

The FBI source said Zlochevsky also claimed to have “17 recordings” of conversations with the Bidens. Two recordings were reportedly with Joe Biden while the other fifteen were with Hunter.

The recordings allegedly contain proof that Zlochevsky “was somehow coerced into paying the Bidens to ensure Ukraine Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired.”