by Evita Duffy-Alfonso at the Federalist
Hunter Biden made a 10-minute surprise appearance before the House Oversight Committee Wednesday before dramatically departing when Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene attempted to question him. At Hunter’s side throughout the ordeal was his lawyer, also known as his “sugar brother,” Kevin Morris. Morris has lent Hunter millions of dollars over the last few years and is currently producing a puff documentary about Hunter.
Some theorized that Hunter’s hearing appearance meant to dissuade lawmakers from holding him in contempt of Congress. As Greene pointed out on X, however, Hunter’s appearance only accents that he has refused to comply with House and Senate deposition subpoenas related to the alleged Biden bribery scandal. Hunter’s noncompliance is why representatives ultimately voted to hold the president’s son in contempt yesterday.
Hunter’s appearance is also likely meant to create fodder for Morris’s upcoming documentary about Hunter. The film seeks to garner sympathy for the president’s son and suppress his distasteful life choices, such as drug addiction, hookers, child abandonment, and allegations that he and his father sold out America to foreign adversaries.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Morris documentary aims to show Hunter’s sensitive side, like him “painting, selling his art, raising his son, and navigating everyday life as a sober adult with ongoing criminal investigations and in the crosshairs of [former President Donald] Trump and his supporters.”
Morris first met Hunter at a 2019 California fundraiser for then…Continue Reading