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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Hunter Biden’s Attorney Photographed Smoking Bong

'While Hunter was at the house, Morris was snapped on a balcony in plain view of the public street appearing to huff from a white bong...'

(Ken Silva, Headline USA) The Daily Mail obtained and published Friday photographs of Hunter Biden’s attorney apparently smoking a bong.

The photographs were reportedly captured when Biden was in the Pacific Palisades on Thursday to visit his attorney, Kevin Morris, after pleading guilty last month to federal tax crimes.

“While Hunter was at the house, Morris was snapped on a balcony in plain view of the public street appearing to huff from a white bong,” the Daily Mail reported. “It is not clear what substance was in Morris’s bong, and recreational marijuana use is legal in California. He did not immediately respond to a request for comment.”

Morris was dubbed Hunter’s ‘sugar brother’ after he agreed to loan the First Son a reported $2.8million to pay off his tax debts and joined his legal team amid criminal and congressional investigations, the Daily Mail added.

The photos of Hunter’s bong-smoking lawyer fuel speculation that the President’s son—who has been addicted to crack— still has a drug problem.

Last month, footage of a seemingly strung-out Biden went viral, right around the time a bag of cocaine was found in the White House.

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White House press secretary Jean-Pierre has sought to dispel any notion that the cocaine belonged to known drug abuser Hunter Biden.

“The President and the First Lady and their family were not here this weekend,” she said in the wake of the discovery. “They left on Friday and returned yesterday,” she said last month. “Where this was discovered is a heavily travelled area … I just don’t have anything more to share.”

But while the Secret Service closed its cocaine investigation ostensibly without finding any suspects, Solider of Fortune Magazine reported that fingerprints were found on the cocaine baggie.

The Secret Service closed its investigation the day after Solider of Fortune published its bombshell scoop, which is based on anonymous sources. The outlets publisher, Susan Katz Keating, says she stands by her reporting, and she’s filed FOIA requests in her attempt to corroborate her article.

Ken Silva is a staff writer at Headline USA. Follow him at twitter.com/jd_cashless.

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