An “undeniable pattern of preferential treatment” for the Bidens and “obstruction of the normal investigative process” were observed during the years-long federal probe into Hunter Biden, according to IRS whistleblowers who are scheduled to speak before the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.

Beginning at 1 p.m., IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley, who oversaw the IRS inquiry, and a second unnamed whistleblower making comparable claims, will give testimony to the House Oversight Committee.

The unnamed whistleblower, who previously testified before the House Ways & Means Committee last month, is anticipated to reveal his identity as a 13-year special agent with the IRS’ Criminal Investigation Division and as a “gay Democrat married to a man,” per his prepared testimony, which Fox News Digital was able to obtain.

The Justice Department, FBI, and IRS officials are accused of interfering with the investigation into Hunter Biden, and the whistleblowers claim that decisions in the case appeared to be “influenced by politics.”

Additionally, they claimed that federal prosecutors prevented questions about President Biden from being asked and that David Weiss, the U.S. attorney in charge of the investigation, lacked complete jurisdiction to file charges.

Hunter Biden “should have been charged with a tax felony, and not only the tax misdemeanor charge,” the unnamed whistleblower will claim in his prepared testimony, and communications and text messages examined by investigators “may be a contradiction to what President Biden was saying about not being involved in Hunter’s oversea business dealings.”

The whistleblower is also anticipated to give testimony about a number of occasions when prosecutors “did not follow the ordinary process, slow-walked the investigation, and put in place unnecessary approvals and roadblocks from effectively and efficiently investigating the case,” including instances where they prevented the questioning and interviewing of Hunter Biden’s adult children.

The whistleblower is also anticipated to request that Congress and the Biden Administration “consider a special counsel” for the Hunter Biden inquiry as well as “all the related cases and spin-off investigations that have come forward from this investigation.”

The whistleblower is anticipated to say, “Related cases that I believe are subject to the same problems and difficulties we had,” and to add that Congress should think about “establishing an official channel for Federal investigators to pull the emergency cord and raise the issue of the appointment of a special counsel for consideration by your senior officials.”

Which “related cases and spin-off investigations” the whistleblower is referring to at this time is unknown.

Shapley is anticipated to testify that prosecutors “had decided to conceal some evidence from the investigators” that they found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, despite the fact that he has given numerous media appearances since the House Ways & Means Committee released his transcript of their interview last month.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware “slow-walked steps like conducting interviews, serving document requests, and pursuing physical search warrants in California, Virginia, and Delaware” until after the 2020 presidential election, according to Shapley’s scheduled statement.

“The warrants were ready as early as April 2020, but the Delaware USAO pushed them off until after the November 2020 election and then never pursued them,” Shapley will say.

“After an electronic search warrant on Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud account led us to WhatsApp messages with several CEFC China Energy executives where he claimed to be sitting and discussing business with his father Joe Biden, we sought permission to follow up on the information in the messages,” Shapley will say. “Prosecutors would not allow it.”

Shapley will again testify that a search warrant for the guest house at the Bidens’ Delaware residence was being planned, but, despite agreeing there was “probable cause,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf “cited the ‘optics’ of executing a search warrant at President Biden’s residence as the deciding factor for not allowing it to be completed.”

“This was the decision even though she admitted there would be evidence at that location that would further the investigation,” Shapley will say. “AUSA Wolf also told investigators they should not ask about President Biden during witness interviews even when the business communications of his son clearly referenced him.”

“What I witnessed reflects poorly not the DOJ and raises serious questions about their objectivity and ethics,” Shapley will say…READ MORE>>>

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