Whistleblower Claims CIA Interfered In Hunter Biden Investigation

Republican lawmakers are demanding answers from the CIA in the wake of damning allegations regarding the agency’s investigation of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.

The younger Biden has been a central component of ongoing speculation about corruption within the family, including an impeachment inquiry into the president’s potential involvement in shady foreign business deals.

According to a CIA source, the agency actively interfered in an ongoing investigation with the intent of protecting both Joe and Hunter Biden. Reps. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and James Comer (R-KY), the chairmen of the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee, respectively, sent a letter to CIA Director William Burns requesting relevant documents as part of their probe into the whistleblowers allegations. 

“The information we recently received from the whistleblower seems to corroborate our concerns about DOJ’s deviations from standard process to provide Hunter Biden with preferential treatment,” the lawmakers wrote.

The letter specifically referenced an August 2021 interview with an associate of the younger Biden, which CIA agents allegedly conspired to derail. 

“Two DOJ officials were allegedly summoned to CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia for a briefing regarding [Patrick Kevin] Morris,” Jordan and Comer added. “At that meeting, it was communicated that Mr. Morris could not be a witness during the investigation.”

Their letter requested specific records in connection with the Hunter Biden investigations and the Morris interview, giving Burns a deadline of April 4 to respond. 

The agency has also faced accusations of political intervention ahead of the 2020 presidential election, specifically through the release of a letter signed by dozens of former intelligence officials that claimed reports about a subsequently verified laptop belonging to Hunter Biden was part of a Russian disinformation campaign. 

Jordan sent a letter to the CIA last year in an attempt to determine whether any of the 51 individuals who endorsed the laptop claim were on the agency’s payroll at the time.

“We understand that former intelligence officials often return to the intelligence community under private contract for their previous agencies,” the Ohio Republican wrote. “It is vital to the Committees’ oversight to understand whether any of the signatories of the public statement were actively employed by CIA as contractors or consultants at the time they signed the public statement.”

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