IRS Rejects Whistleblower Complaint Alleging Joe Biden Owes $127,000 Tax Bill

The IRS encourages Americans to turn in their tax-cheating neighbors by offering, according to the New York Post, “a slice of the proceeds….” Here, though, the whistleblower, Chris Jacobs, seeks no reward. He seeks only the truth. The former Capitol Hill Republican staffer submitted a complaint to the IRS “against [Joe] Biden and his accountant.”

But having an “R” next to your name when asserting wrongdoing against someone with a “D” apparently, has the IRS slamming the door in your face. Especially if they call that someone Mr. President.

This door-slam came in the form of an IRS letter titled: “Denial.”

If accepted, that information would have had Biden facing an “audit that could reveal whether he made money from his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings….” Jacobs submitted “a whistleblower complaint that alleged he [Biden] owes at least $127,000 in taxes….”

A “tax law expert,” at Columbia said, “Biden is likely to run out a three-year statute of limitations, meaning Republican claims that Biden owes up to $500,000 in taxes are unlikely to be resolved.”

Just dipping a toe into the sea of tax questions seems to churn up mud, obscuring Joe’s murky financial connection to Hunter.

“Ethics experts are calling on Biden to reveal the precise sources amid scrutiny of the president’s links to his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business relationships.”

While Jacobs’ whistleblowing did not specify links to Hunter’s business dealings, the Post says, “an IRS audit would necessarily require a review of how Biden earned various income streams.”

Jacobs received a nonsensical response from an IRS auditor:

Under [IRS rules], an award may be paid only if the information provided results in the collection of tax, penalties, interest, additions to tax, or additional amounts based on the information provided. Therefore, you are not eligible for an award.

Although the information you submitted did not qualify for an award, thank you for your interest in the administration of the internal revenue laws.

What’s with the fixation on an award Jacobs said he didn’t want?

That racket you just heard was the Democrat administration slamming another door in the face of justice for the American people.

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