Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., criticized the pathetic Hunter Biden charges, warning that the public is outraged over his sweetheart plea deal to avoid jail time for a felony gun charge and two tax violations.
The controversial claims that the President’s son classified prostitution as a business expense were also addressed by Greene.
Greene noted in her statement that the situation is shocking to all Americans. She stated that unless you’re the son of the President of the United States, most citizens will go to jail for the same offenses that Hunter Biden has committed. And now, the Ways and Means Committee released the shocking news that Hunter Biden failed to report $2.2 million to the Internal Revenue Service.
Hunter Biden also wrote off the money he spent on prostitutes through his business. Greene, who owns a construction company, stated that she was familiar with the practice of deducting business expenses but that she strongly disagreed with the practice of writing off sex trafficking.
Republican Committee on Finance Oversight, The Republican Party, and the Republican-controlled Judiciary Committee are uncovering Hunter Biden’s misdeeds much more quickly than the previously appointed counsel did. Greene claimed he didn’t go far enough, and the American people don’t believe his explanations.
According to whistleblower testimony presented to Congress, Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, claimed prostitute payments and sex club membership fees as business expenditures.
On Thursday, the House Ways and Means Committee revealed evidence from two IRS whistleblowers who said the DOJ, FBI, and IRS had obstructed their investigation into Hunter Biden’s tax evasion.
According to Gary Shapley, Jr., the IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent in charge of investigating the President’s son, Hunter Biden, says he was reportedly making payments to prostitutes through the company Owasco P.C. in 2018.
According to Shapley’s testimony, they had evidence of the multiple prostitutes that Hunter had ordered, including correspondence between Hunter and the prostitutes and evidence of flights booked in the prostitutes’ names.
According to Shapley, some flights were first class while others were on Frontier.
Hunter Biden’s 2018 tax return was filed late and not prepared until 2020. Still, Shapley said he was deducting personal and business expenses anyhow.
According to Shapley’s testimony, one of Hunter’s girlfriends received a payment of $25,000 made out as a ‘golf membership.’ Yet, when they tracked down the source of the funds, it turned out to be a membership to a sex club in Los Angeles.
According to Shapley’s testimony before Congress, the Hunter Biden tax investigation, dubbed Sportsman, was launched in November 2018 as a spinoff of an Internal Revenue Service probe into an offshore amateur internet pornography site.