NEW: Hunter Biden was gifted over $4.9 million from Dem donor ‘for personal expenses,’ IRS whistleblower testifies

Hunter Biden’s “sugar brother” benefactor heaped on millions more than previously known according to the latest IRS whistleblower testimony.

While reaping the benefits of his father’s lengthy political career as senator, vice president and president, the younger Biden has seemingly skated out of scenarios where others may have found themselves behind bars. This included Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris footing a roughly $2 million bill in tax debts, a sum apparently not even half of what was contributed.

During closed-door testimony Tuesday before the House Ways & Means Committee, IRS agent Josephy Ziegler testified that over three years, shortly after their initial meeting, Morris forked over $4.9 million to Biden “for personal expenses.”

“Hunter appeared to follow a pattern of attempts to avoid paying taxes on relevant income. This first started with Hunter not reporting the [Ukrainian gas company] Burisma income in 2014 and allegedly falsely claiming that it was a loan,” detailed Ziegler.

“He, again, tried to claim the millions in [Chinese] income earned from Hudson West III was a loan to him,” the whistleblower added, “which was refuted by the evidence and was not allowed by his tax accountants.”

“This continued into 2020, 2021 and 2022, in which Hunter received approximately $4.9 million in payments for personal expenses, again in the form of a loan and gift from Democratic Donor Kevin Patrick Morris,” he explained.

“I would further point the committee to the fact that Hunter didn’t pay his delinquent taxes,” reminded Ziegler, “a 3rd party Kevin Patrick Morris paid them. As stated in my previous testimony, I read a note from Hunter Biden’s 2020 tax return that Hunter Biden received a loan from a 3rd party, known to be Kevin Patrick Morris, in paying off Hunter Biden’s delinquent taxes.”

As previously reported, Morris had met Hunter Biden in late 2019, only after then-former Vice President Joe Biden had already announced his candidacy for president. That meeting also followed a reported $250,000 “loan” from one of the younger Biden’s Chinese business associates in July 2019.

Detailed reports from the House Oversight Committee noted how Morris went on to acquire “Hunter Biden’s stake in Bohai Harvest RST (one of Hunter’s China deals) and assumed the debt for Hunter.”

Ziegler went on to testify that in Feb. 2020, the Hollywood lawyer was connecting with accountants on behalf of Hunter urging expediency to avoid risk “personally and politically.”

Alongside IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley Jr., Ziegler and their unit had been removed from the Biden case following five years of investigation.

After Ziegler’s testimony, the House Ways & Means Committee voted to “release 56 new pages of evidence showing that then-Vice President Joe Biden used multiple email aliases and private email addresses to communicate with his son’s business associate and main financial architect.”

“The president appears now to not only have had knowledge but also been intimately involved in Hunter Biden’s business dealings. The material released today further corroborates the previous testimony of IRS agents Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley highlighting the incredible level of access Hunter Biden and his business partners had in Joe Biden’s public office while working for foreign businesses,” the committee stated in a Tuesday press release.

Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) stated, “Vice President Biden appears to have treated Air Force 2 like a corporate jet, traveling to Ukraine and Mexico, to advance Hunter Biden’s business interests. Evidence from today’s documents show right around the time of international trips like those to Ukraine, Joe Biden was emailing his son and his son’s business partner from private email accounts using aliases while Vice President.”

House Republicans are expected to hold a formal vote to launch an official impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden in the coming days.

Kevin Haggerty


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