In an unexpected and alarming development, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has put Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss on the chopping block. The man who gave the green light to an unusually lenient plea deal for President Biden’s son, Hunter, is now being summoned before Congress to justify his decisions. This stunning announcement signals a dramatic turning point, potentially threatening to expose the truth behind a deal some suspect was a Biden-protection racket. The question now is whether Weiss will be the DOJ’s sacrificial lamb or a bold whistleblower. The stage is set; now, we wait for the show to begin.
As the clock ticks towards the day of reckoning, the tension within the hallowed halls of the Department of Justice is palpable. Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, the man who oversaw the plea deal for Hunter Biden, is about to step into the spotlight, this time not as the arbiter of justice, but as the one under scrutiny.
Following a letter sent to the House Judiciary Committee by the Assistant Attorney General, it was announced that Weiss would testify shortly after Congress resumes post the August district work period. The Department of Justice offered dates ranging from September 27-28 or October 18-19 for Weiss’s public testimony.
In a bid for transparency, or perhaps a desperate attempt to avoid being thrown under the proverbial bus, the Department of Justice has taken an unprecedented step. The Department believes it is strongly in the public interest for the American people and for Congress to hear directly from U.S. Attorney Weiss. He is, after all, the man at the helm of this investigation and the person who has the facts at his fingertips to respond to the queries that Congress has expressed interest in.
As the news broke, critics of the Biden administration have been swift to weigh in, with many questioning the nature of Hunter Biden’s deal with the DOJ. The deal, many believe, shows favoritism, offering Hunter leniency that wouldn’t be afforded to others.
Several lawmakers have chimed in on this suspicion. Committee Chairman Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) voiced his concerns on Twitter about suspicious activity from Weiss’s office. He cited new reporting suggesting that FBI agents had already corroborated several details in the Biden Bribery FD-1023.
Representative Berry Moore (R-AL) echoed this sentiment, questioning the perceived “sweetheart nature” of Hunter Biden’s deal with the DOJ. He commented, “If you violate tax law, you end up in jail. Unless your name is Hunter Biden.”
The House Committee on Ways and Means Chairman Representative Jason Smith (R-MO) voiced similar concerns, referencing whistleblower Gary Shapley’s statements. Shapley alleged that DOJ prosecutors and U.S. Attorney David Weiss thought Hunter Biden should be charged with multiple felonies, yet his plea deal only included a few misdemeanors.
Adding fuel to the fire are IRS whistleblowers who allege that charges against Hunter Biden were mysteriously dropped by Weiss, even after he approved them. Furthermore, Weiss’s independence in his investigation has been called into question, with allegations suggesting he didn’t have total authority as he had previously led Congress to believe.
There are also allegations that Weiss hid damning evidence from investigators and that his office actively prevented its probe from exploring Joe Biden’s prospective role in his son’s business dealings.
Intriguingly, all this unfolds as the House Oversight Committee prepares to hear from former Hunter Biden business partner Devon Archer, who is expected to testify that Hunter Biden facilitated meetings and phone calls with his then-vice president father multiple times.
In this maelstrom of accusations and finger-pointing, one thing is certain: Weiss’s upcoming testimony will undoubtedly provide much-needed clarity or, perhaps, further muddle the waters of this controversial plea deal.
It’s also worth noting that the DOJ letter offering Weiss for testimony wasn’t signed by Attorney General Merrick Garland, or even his deputy, but by a mid-level staffer. This, in itself, raises questions about the handling of the situation and what might be expected from Weiss’s testimony.
As we approach the set dates for the testimony, one question looms large in everyone’s minds: will Weiss confirm these suspicions of a Biden-protection racket, or will his revelations offer a different perspective altogether?
In this swirling controversy surrounding Hunter Biden’s plea deal, all eyes now turn to David Weiss. His imminent testimony before Congress promises to be a pivotal moment in understanding the intricate workings behind this deal. As the DOJ appears ready to put Weiss in the firing line, we are left to wonder whether he will confirm our worst suspicions about a possible Biden-protection racket, or provide an entirely new twist to this saga. This isn’t just about Weiss or Hunter Biden anymore; it’s about the integrity of our justice system. Brace yourselves, America; a storm is coming.