CIA Helped Biden – New Report Confirms Corruption

This week, a congressional report revealed that the CIA had coordinated with Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign to debunk the laptop narrative, thus interfering with the election.

“It’s unacceptable for a staff officer or contractor to get involved in the political process,” stated Michael Morell, a former CIA Deputy Director, while conducting testimony before Congress over the incident.

Prior to the 2020 election, 51 former spies signed a notorious letter denouncing the laptop’s findings as “Russian misinformation.” Allegedly, Antony Blinken, who is currently the secretary of state, aided the story for political reasons.

According to the now-discredited Politico article, CNN reporter Natasha Bertrand lied about where Hunter’s laptop came from and cited “dozens of former Intel officers” to back up her claims.

During his presidential debate with Donald Trump, Joe Biden brought up the issue to cast doubt on the laptop’s contents.

This week, the House Judiciary report made three major allegations regarding the CIA’s role in the 2020 election:

“High-ranking CIA personnel were aware of Hunter Biden’s remark prior to its approval and publication. This included Gina Haspel, who was the director of the CIA at the time. Due to the signatures of multiple former senior intelligence officials, the PCRB forwarded the statement’s draft to Andrew Makridis, who was the CIA’s COO at the time. Makridis claimed to have informed either Director Haspel or Deputy Director Vaughn Frederick Bishop that the public announcement was imminent. At that moment, high-ranking CIA officials could have taken the opportunity to thoroughly vet such an unprecedented statement by delaying the agency’s evaluation of publication requests.”

According to a 2022 TIPP Insights poll, 71% of Americans think that news coverage of Hunter’s “Laptop from Hell” could have changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential race.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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