Hunter Biden's lawyer, Kevin Morris, took on $250K Chinese loan debt

 October 31, 2023

Investigators from the federal government and Congress seem to dig up new evidence on Hunter Biden with each passing week.

According to JustTheNews, the latest stunner includes information that revealed Hunter Biden's loan from a Chinese business partner just months after his father announced his intentions to run for the 2020 general election.

The loan debt of $250,000 was later assumed by Hunter Biden's Hollywood lawyer friend, Kevin Morris.

News of the $250,000 loan came after just weeks ago Congressional investigators revealed that Hunter Biden received a $250,000 wire in July 2019, using his father's Delaware residence as an address for the bank transfer.

JustTheNews noted:

Documents gathered by federal law enforcement and reviewed by Just the News show Hunter Biden considered the wire to be a July 25, 2019 "loan" from Xiangsheng “Jonathan” Li, a Chinese businessman whom he had been doing business with for over a decade when they created an investment fund under the name Bohai Harvest RST (BHR).

Interestingly, Morris, who became friends with Hunter at a campaign even for his father, assumed the loan debt from Li after the elder Biden became president.

The loan debt was only a sliver of the assistance offered to Hunter Biden by Morris since the two became friends.

Congress has launched an investigation into the two's relationship.

"It sure seems that the Bidens get a lot of loans that raise many questions," House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer said.

He added, "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."

JustTheNews added:

The debt was "assumed" by Morris on Nov. 17, 2021 when the lawyer acquired Hunter Biden's stake in the BHR partnership and a separate company called Skaneateles, LLC, according to one record reviewed by Just the News. Hunter Biden "is no longer the primary obligor" as a result of the transaction with Morris, that memo stated.

Only time will tell if Congress gets to the bottom of what's really going on.