'The Dam Is Starting To Break': As Whistleblowers Expose Biden Family Corruption, The President Becomes Desperate

American political consultant and author Peter Schweizer joined Breitbart News Saturday to discuss the unfolding situation regarding President Biden and his son Hunter Biden as the family's corrupt dealings begin to come to light.

In recent weeks, the House Oversight Committee has uncovered increasingly damning evidence that shows that the Biden family allegedly accepted millions in dollars from foreign nationals with a WhatsApp message revealing that President Biden was in the room when Hunter arranged a payment from a Chinese Communist Party-linked official.

In addition to these revelations, an IRS whistleblower, Gary Shapley, recently came forward to reveal that the Department of Justice interfered with the IRS's investigation into the president's son by US Attorney David Weiss.

“This is really, really important. The dam is starting to break — truly the first time you’ve had somebody from inside the government who has said, ‘Wait a minute, the way this is being handled is wrong,'” Schweizer said about the whistleblower's accusations.

According to the conservative author, Hunter Biden should be facing felony charges for tax evasion and charges under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), however, the 53-year-old recently agreed to a plea deal with the DOJ that will see him plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of willful failure to pay federal income tax. He will also be reaching an agreement on illegally possessing a firearm.

“We’re gonna call the person that is the subject of the search warrant. We’re going to call their lawyer and let them know a couple of days in advance that the search is coming,” Schweizer explained about the special treatment Hunter received from DOJ officials.

“It is a devastating blow, and if you look through American history — whether it’s Watergate or other scandals — oftentimes it’s a cover-up that gets them because they get arrogant," the author continued. "They get greedy. They think they can get away with it, and that’s usually when they get caught."

“The point is, they are flipping and flopping because they know that the noose on this entire enterprise is starting to tighten," he explained about the White House's response to the scandal. "And I think that this is going to have major repercussions not just for the Biden family, but for the 2024 election."

Schweizer went on to explain that he wouldn't be surprised if another Democrat like Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) jumped into the 2024 race to take over thanks to the scandals dragging Biden down. 

As more revelations continue to come to the surface on the Biden family's corruption, House Republicans are ensuring that the American people know about it and that the Bidens are held accountable for their alleged corruption.

Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) announced Monday morning that he will be bringing an impeachment inquiry into Attorney General Merrick Garland by July 6th if the IRS whistleblower's accusations are true. In addition, efforts by the Oversight Committee have revealed various potential bribes taken by the president in exhcnage for millions of dollars.

"Joe Biden has lawyered up. Burisma owner and Ukrainian oligarch, who paid Joe Biden a $5 million dollar bribe, said it would take us 10 years to find Joe Biden’s web of criminal bank wires, LLC’s, and accounts," wrote Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Twitter. "He underestimated Oversight Republicans. It took 6 months. Impeach Joe Biden!"

Hopefully, as the Biden administration continues to face pressure from all sides, Americans will begin to see the alleged corruption of the aging Democrat.

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