The Justice Department has confirmed that U.S. Attorney David C. Weiss of the United States District Court for the state of Delaware will testify before a House committee regarding the Hunter Biden investigation.
In a recent letter to his House Judiciary Committee, Breitbart said Weiss would appear before the committee to address the discrepancies between his own claims and those of an Internal Revenue Service whistleblower. reported.
The leaker filed a complaint before the House Ways and Means Committee last month, accusing the department of blocking Weiss from pursuing a complaint against Hunter Biden outside of Delaware.
Numerous other allegations have been raised, including Attorney General Merrick Garland’s dismissal of IRS-backed charges and further evidence that President Joe Biden is a “big guy.” It includes that Hunter Biden was informed in advance that he was showing.
“U.S. Attorney Weiss said he welcomes the opportunity to meet with the Commission at a convenient time consistent with law and Department policy,” a Justice Department spokeswoman said in a letter to the House Judiciary Office. “With this letter, the Department reaffirms this determination. The Legislative Bureau will contact staff tomorrow to discuss the appropriate timing and extent of such court appearances,” the statement continued.
Weiss has previously denied the whistleblower’s allegations, writing Monday in a letter to South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham that he was “denied the authority to sue in any jurisdiction. Never,” he wrote.
The U.S. prosecutor also said it never asked Garland to appoint a special counsel, but the whistleblower said Weiss requested it but was denied.
Garland has also denied the allegations. “This is an attack on an institution that is vital to American democracy and the security of the American people. It couldn’t be further from the truth,” he explained.