The List of 50 Intel Agents Who Lied To Help Biden
After first rejecting the scandalous material on Hunter Biden’s laptop as ‘Russian misinformation,’ the mainstream media was compelled to accept this week that the emails retrieved from Hunter’s abandoned laptop were genuine. During the weeks preceding up to the election, it was prohibited for individuals to discuss the contents of the laptop or to post news reports about it on Twitter or other social media platforms during the campaign. Democrats such as Jen Psaki and Adam Schiff have argued that the whole controversy was concocted by Russia in order to damage Vice President Biden and his administration.
Nick Short of the Claremont Institute published a list of the 50 intelligence officers who signed a letter accusing the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop of being Russian misinformation yesterday.
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/l8rRXuDW1LAdvertisement
— Nick Short (@PoliticalShort) March 19, 2022
The list includes notable intelligence leaders like James Clapper, Leon Panetta, and John Brennan.
The letter underlined many details of the story that suggested the Kremlin’s role in the inquiry and stated, “We are extremely concerned that the Russian government played a large part in this case.
“If we are correct,” they said, “this is Russia attempting to influence how Americans vote in this election, and we strongly feel that Americans should be aware of this.”
One of the letter’s signatories, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, was accused of lying to Congress in 2013 when he stated that the National Security Agency (NSA) did not collect data on American citizens. One Senator called for his resignation, while hundreds of others expressed their displeasure with him for lying to Congress about his tax returns.
Among those who signed the letter were former CIA Director John Brennan, who was accused of eavesdropping on members of Congress when they were investigating the CIA’s torture tactics.
When the New York Post inquired about Clapper’s reaction to the New York Times’ acknowledgment that the contents of Hunter’s laptop were genuine, he just signed on to the letter without saying anything.