The probe into the Biden family’s alleged criminal bribery uncovered Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris’ connection to the $250,000 “loan” wired from China.
Nearly five weeks after the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability’s review of Hunter Biden’s bank records found the son of then-Vice President Joe Biden had received wires for the sums of $10,000 and $250,000 at their shared Delaware home, further investigation determined that debt had been passed along to Morris.
The latest finding of the attorney, already known to have footed more than $2 million to cover the younger Biden’s delinquent tax payments and seemingly covering travel expenses to child support hearings, had been made after a review by Just the News of documents collected by federal law enforcement.
Monday, the House Oversight Committee shared on X how, “In July 2019 (three months after Joe Biden announced he was running for president), Hunter Biden received a $250,000 ‘loan’ from one of his Chinese business associates. This is the wire that used Joe Biden’s Delaware house as the beneficiary address.”
“Well, now we know neither Hunter Biden nor any other Biden paid that loan back,” the committee continued. “Instead, Democrat donor and Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris acquired Hunter Biden’s stake in Bohai Harvest RST (one of Hunter’s China deals) and assumed the debt for Hunter. It’s worth noting that Morris and Hunter first met at a Joe Biden campaign fundraiser in November 2019.”
In July 2019 (three months after Joe Biden announced he was running for president), Hunter Biden received a $250,000 “loan” from one of his Chinese business associates. This is the wire that used Joe Biden’s Delaware house as the beneficiary address.
Well, now we…
— Oversight Committee (@GOPoversight) October 30, 2023
The discovery begged the question, “Why is a Democrat donor taking on Hunter Biden’s China debt? This raises serious ethical questions that the White House must answer.”
Previously, it had been reported that only a few months after the senior Biden had announced his third bid for the White House, the two wires amounting to $260,000, including the greater sum from BHR Partners CEO Jonathan Li, had listed the Wilmington, Delaware address the father and son were sharing for the transfer.
Months later, in Nov. 2019, a Biden campaign fundraiser set the stage for Morris and Hunter’s friendship to begin, then two years later on Nov. 17, 2021, a record reviewed by Just the News showed the lawyer “assumed” the debt associated with that wire by acquiring the now-president’s son’s stake in both BHR and Skaneateles, LLC.
The memo showed Hunter Biden “is no longer the primary obligor.”
Speaking with Just the News, House Oversight Committee chair Kentucky Rep. James Comer (R) expressed, “It sure seems that the Bidens get a lot of loans that raise many questions. Hunter Biden’s defense team was quick to say that the $250,000 wire he received from a Chinese national that listed Joe Biden’s home as the beneficiary address was a loan.”
“However, Hunter Biden’s defense team fails to mention that Kevin Morris quietly assumed that loan for Hunter Biden,” the congressman went on. “Why is Kevin Morris, who is a lawyer and Democrat donor, taking on Hunter Biden’s China debt? This raises serious ethical questions that the White House must answer.”
The latest revelation in the investigation of Biden’s alleged influence-peddling came just days after Comer had challenged the White House to provide evidence that a 2018 canceled check to the president from his brother James Biden, made in the amount of $200,000, was in fact a repayment of a loan.
Additionally, the National Archives and Records Administration, which had previously confirmed possession of 5,400 emails where the then-vice president used a pseudonym, was now said to have located 82,000 pages of emails using three pseudonyms according to a court filing made public Monday.
The status report in the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit stated, “NARA has completed a search for potentially responsive documents and is currently processing those documents for the purpose of producing non-exempt portions of any responsive records on a monthly rolling bases. Given the scope of Plaintiff’s FOIA request, which seeks copies of all emails in three separate accounts over an eight-year period, the volume of potentially responsive record is necessarily large.”
“NARA has identified approximately 82,000 pages of potentially responsive documents, and it is currently processing those documents and preparing any non-exempt responsive documents for production on a rolling basis,” the filing stated.
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