REPORT: CIA Blocked Interview of Hunter Biden Associate

By Jerry McConway, updated on March 22, 2024

A report blew up on Thursday night that really got our attention.

The CIA reportedly intervened in the Hunter Biden investigation, refusing to allow federal investigators to talk to Kevin Morris, a Hunter Biden associate.

Talking Points…
- Investigation blocked
- GOP officials respond to report
- Analysis

Investigation Into Kevin Morris Blocked

For those of you who do not know the name, Kevin Morris, he has been dubbed Hunter Biden's "sugar brother" because he has been financially helping out Hunter Biden in recent years. From paying his rent to footing the tab for his travel, among other issues, Morris has been the one footing the bill. He was also the person who reportedly helped Hunter pay off his tax bills.

So, it was only natural that federal investigators wanted to talk to him about Hunter's tax issues and legal problems, but when federal investigators tried to talk to Morris, the CIA reportedly intervened and blocked the interview.

The information came about via yet another whistleblower who told Republicans that when the IRS and DOJ investigators tried to approach Morris in August 2021, the CIA blocked the interview. Now, GOP officials are demanding answers from CIA Director William Burns as to why.

GOP Reacts to CIA Stepping In

According to House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH), these investigators were told that Morris "could not be a witness" to the investigation of Hunter Biden. So, Comer and Jordan penned a letter to Burns to find out why this took place.

In part, the letter stated:

"It is unknown why or on what basis the CIA allegedly intervened to prevent investigators from interviewing Mr. Morris.

"However, these allegations track with other evidence showing how the DOJ deviated from its standard investigative practices during the investigation of Hunter Biden."

When the CIA was contacted to comment on the subject, it gave the standard declination, stating:

"CIA does not comment on specific investigations.

"We can say that CIA cooperates with law enforcement partners and does not obstruct investigations. CIA also fully and routinely cooperates with our oversight committees and will continue to do so."

Morris has testified before the committee before, stating that he had loaned Hunter Biden at least $5 million since meeting him at a fundraiser in 2019. The loans started after their first meeting and continued through 2022, when the DOJ was wrapping up Hunter's tax investigation.


The interesting aspect of the CIA interfering in the investigation is that the CIA cannot operate on domestic soil. So, if the CIA is blocking Morris's interview, does that mean that he is acting on behalf of a foreign country to help Hunter? If that were the case, would that not put Joe Biden at risk of falling under foreign influence? After all, if his kid is on the hook for $5 million and they threaten Hunter unless Joe Biden does "XYZ," is that not a national security risk?

That is a supposition on my part, but I believe that is a logical conclusion considering the interference of the CIA in this case. This is clearly a thread that Comer and Jordan need to continue to pull to see where it leads.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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