Hunter Biden Hearing Reveals CIA Meddling

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Bombshell revelations came from a whistleblower last week at a House Committee on Oversight and Accountability hearing, where the CIA was accused of obstructing the Hunter Biden investigation.

A March 21 letter to CIA Director Richard Burns from House Judiciary Committee chair Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Committee on Oversight and Accountability chair Rep. James Comer (R-KY) claims corroborating evidence was provided by the whistleblower that confirms the CIA was involved in obstructing the investigation into Hunter Biden’s unpaid taxes.

According to the whistleblower, in August 2021, the IRS wanted to interview Patrick Kevin Morris, an associate of Hunter Biden’s, but the CIA intervened to prevent the interview.

“It is unknown why or on what basis the CIA allegedly intervened to prevent investigators from interviewing Mr. Morris,” Comer and Jordan wrote in the letter. “However, these allegations track with other evidence showing how the DOJ deviated from its standard investigative practices during the investigation of Hunter Biden.”

The letter demands the CIA director provide a reason for the intervention. The CIA has not offered a comment except to state that the agency does not comment on ongoing investigations, according to the New York Post.

The whistleblower’s statement aligns with information the House Judiciary Committee heard in 2023 from two whistleblowers who allegedly explained how the Department of Justice allowed Biden to get an unfair deal during the investigation, as reported by The Dallas Express.

“I am here to tell you that the Delaware USAO and Department of Justice handling of the Hunter Biden tax investigation was very different from any other case in my 14 years at the IRS,” IRS supervisory special agent Gary Shapley testified, according to a July 2023 press release. “In this country, we believe in the rule of law, and that applies to everyone.”

According to the hearing transcript, Shapley said Hunter Biden should have been charged with a tax felony rather than a misdemeanor, per the DOJ manual.

Shapely added that evidence, including the laptop believed to belong to Hunter Biden, was shielded from investigators. He said that when investigators found evidence of President Joe Biden, Hunter, and a Chinese partner possibly colluding for financial profit, the assistant U.S. attorney in charge of the matter shut down the investigation.

Joe Ziegler, a 13-year special agent with the IRS, corroborated many of the statements made by Shapely, including that the DOJ did not follow proper procedure and inexplicably did not allow follow-up on important evidence that may have indicated the Bidens were profiting from Chinese relationships during Joe Biden’s vice presidential terms.

“The assigned 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,” Ziegler said, per the July 2023 press release.

Morris eventually testified before a House committee on January 18, 2024. He admitted to loaning Hunter $5 million since 2019 and making payments to Hunter’s ex-wife and a former exotic dancer with whom Hunter had a child, per the New York Post. He testified that the loans were due in 2025 and that much of the loaned funds were to cover Hunter’s delinquent taxes, which spurred the current investigations.

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