IRS agent Darrell Waldon has vouched for the veracity of the accusations that were brought up by IRS insider whistleblower Gary Shapley. According to these allegations, prosecutors in Washington, District of Columbia, and California previously prohibited the special counsel David Weiss from pursuing Hunter Biden in those states and municipalities. During an interview that was performed by the House Ways and Means Committee and taped in September, Waldon claimed that Weiss had sought to pursue the case in Washington, DC, and maybe the Central District of California, but none of these locales consented to prosecute the issue. Waldon’s comments were made during an interview that was conducted by the House Ways and Means Committee. This assertion was made by Waldon.
It is noteworthy that Waldon testify because Attorney General Merrick Garland had previously testified that nobody had the authority to prohibit Weiss from prosecuting Hunter Biden, but that they may choose not to work with him. Waldon’s testimony is crucial since Merrick Garland’s testimony was that nobody had the ability to prevent Weiss from prosecuting Hunter Biden. The evidence presented by Waldon is a direct reaction to the assertion made by Garland.
Concerns have been voiced by a diverse group of individuals over the way in which the Department of Justice has been handling the Hunter Biden case. The most recent discovery only serves to heighten such concerns. It would seem that there may have been political involvement or reluctance on the part of the Department of Justice to pursue charges against Hunter Biden in specific places. This is shown by the fact that it tends to imply that it.