The attorney representing the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) whistleblower says that the whistleblower can back up all of his or her claims - including the claim that the Hunter Biden investigation has been mishandled.
That attorney - Mark Lytle - recently made this claim to Fox News.
Lytle, in fact, made two important claims.
First, Lytle claimed that his client could back up the allegations. And, second, Lytle insisted that his client is not "political."
Recently, an IRS whistleblower sent a letter to Congress making several significant allegations regarding an "ongoing and sensitive investigation" of a “high-profile” individual.
Based on the information provided in the letter, it has been inferred that the investigation is the federal investigation into Hunter Biden's tax and business affairs. Reports indicate that Hunter Biden is facing multiple potential charges.
One allegation made by the whistleblower is that he or she has evidence that contradicts "sworn testimony to Congress by a senior political appointee." Reports have since suggested that this "senior political appointee" is none other than U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland and the "sworn testimony" is the testimony that Garland has provided to Congress about the Hunter Biden investigation.
Another allegation is that there are conflicts of interest at play in the investigation and even corruption. The whistleblower claims to be able to "detail examples of preferential treatment and politics improperly infecting decisions and protocols that would normally be followed by career law enforcement professionals in similar circumstances if the subject were not politically connected."
The identity of the whistleblower remains unknown. All that is known is that he or she is an IRS special agent who appears to have some involvement in the investigation of Biden.
Recently, Biden and his associates have begun pushing back on the whistleblower's claims - even targeting the whistleblower.
Hunter Biden's attorney - Chris Clark - for example, recently claimed that the whistleblower has committed a "felony" by "improperly" disclosing information about an ongoing investigation. Clark accused the whistleblower of undermining "Americans' faith in the federal government."
Lytle, during his Fox News appearance, took issue with this. Lytle insisted that his client is being improperly portrayed by Biden and his people - that his client is "not a political person" and does not have a "political agenda."
Lytle also insisted that his client can back up every claim made.
This is a worst-case scenario-type situation for Biden and his people.