Another Biden Lie Uncovered By Whistleblowers 

Daily Report December 16,2023

Whistleblowers may have ended President Joe Biden’s presidency after unveiling yet another lie by the president.

House Republicans have traced at least five separate checks showing the president received money from his family’s influence-peddling scheme. The president has, however, continued to deny the evidence, claiming that the money sent to him were loan repayments.

IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, who have testified on the DOJ’s efforts to cover up for the Bidens, told lawmakers that their intervention could not “verify” the existence of loans between Joe Biden and his family members.

“So Joe Biden is being paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for, quote, ‘repayments’ to him of loans that he gave. Were you prevented from actually finding out whether or not those checks from Joe Biden’s account were ever given to those people who are now repaying him?” Rep. Beth Van Duyne (R-TX) asked the whistleblowers.

“I don’t believe we ever obtained records that would have shown us any light on those transactions,” Shapley replied.

Van Duyne, in a follow-up question, asked Sapley if there would be records if the president actually loaned his family members money.

“Oh, yeah, absolutely,” Shapley replied.

Zigler also provided the same answers as Shapley when Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) asked if he found evidence to back the president’s claim.

“Mr. Ziegler, the Biden administration has attempted to dismiss concerns over hundreds of thousands of dollars in money-exchanging hands between Biden family members – ultimately ending up in payments to Joe Biden – as stemming from loans and loan repayments. In your investigation of Hunter Biden, did you uncover any evidence that would prove or show these payments to, in fact, be loans or loan repayments?,” asked Republican Missouri Rep. Jason Smith, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.

“In all the different scenarios – Burisma, CEFC, all those different scenarios – there was nothing to verify that they were loans in the evidence,” Ziegler replied.

President Biden has also not provided any evidence to back up his claims.

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