Here is the list of 50 Intel agents who lied to help Biden defeat Trump in 2020… After the scandalous footage on Hunter Biden’s laptop was initially dismissed as “Russian misinformation,” the mainstream media this week was forced to accept that the emails recovered from Hunter’s abandoned laptop were genuine.
In the weeks leading up to the election, people were banned from discussing the contents of the laptop or posting any news about it on Twitter or other social media platforms
during the campaign. Democrats like Jen Psaki and Adam Schiff have argued that the entire controversy was fabricated by Russia to harm Vice President Biden and his administration.
Claremont Institute’s Nick Short yesterday released a list of the 50 intelligence officers who signed a letter accusing the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop of Russian misinformation. Senior intelligence officials such as James Clapper, Leon Panetta and John Brennan are among those on the list.
Here are the names of the 50 intel officials who signed a letter saying Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation.” As @RichardGrenell has pointed out, none of these officials had a single piece of raw intel indicating it was disinformation. They made it up to help Biden. pic.twitter.com/l8rRXuDW1L
— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) March 19, 2022
“We strongly suspect that the Russian government played a significant role in this case,” the letter reads, noting several components of the story implying the Kremlin’s influence on the investigation.
“If we’re right,” they said, “this is Russia trying to influence how Americans vote in this election, and we firmly believe Americans need to be aware of that.” One of the signers of the letter, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, was accused of lying to Congress in 2013 when he claimed the National Security Agency (NSA) failed to collect data on US citizens.
A senator called for his resignation, while hundreds of people expressed their displeasure that he lied to Congress about his tax returns. Investigating CIA Torture Tactics. When asked by the New York Post about Clapper’s reaction to the New York Times’ confirmation that the contents of Hunter’s laptop were genuine, he simply signed the letter without saying anything.
The statement I made at the time has been found, and I would like to draw your attention to the fifth paragraph of it.” In retrospect, I think it appropriate to issue such a warning at the time, Clapper shared his thoughts.