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We have learned from former CIA boss Mike Morell that the corrupt Biden campaign was behind the creation of a fake letter in October 2020 that claimed Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation.”
Morell testified that he organized over 50 of his colleagues in the intelligence community to sign a fake letter. This occurred just weeks before the presidential election.
This shameful and deceitful act was endorsed and signed by Obama-era CIA Director John Brennan, Bush-era CIA Director Michael Hayden, former DNI James Clapper, former CIA chief of staff Jeremy Bash, former acting CIA Director Michael Morell and former National Intelligence Council Chair Thomas Finger.
They claimed Hunter’s laptop had “classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”
The former CIA director also admits that his actions were politically motivated because he wanted Biden to win the election.
Morell admits that Biden campaign official Antony Blinken reached out to him “on or before” Oct. 17, 2020, just days after the New York Post had published a damning email from the laptop. Morell says that he did not intend to write a statement for Biden until he got the call from Blinken.
Blinken, who now serves as Secretary of State in the Biden administration, convinced Morell to write the letter.
Over a year later, the contents of Hunter’s computers and his emails were officially “authenticated” on March 17, 2022.
The damage was already done. The reports on Hunter’s laptop were effectively silenced by the false letter. On social media, almighty fact-checkers censored and banned the content.
In the end, the 51 intel officers were wrong. The fact-checkers were wrong. They concocted their own lie by claiming information about Hunter Biden’s laptop was part of a “Russian disinformation campaign.” This deserved a “False” rating and censorship.
The truth about the laptop was buried and Joe Biden went on to win the election.
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, who serves as Judiciary Chair, says Biden made the letter “seems organic” when it was a complete lie and “a total political operation.”
“It was a total political operation, and the most important fact is the letter was false,” Rep. Jordan explained. “The laptop wasn’t Russian disinformation. The laptop story looks to be true.”
The laptop not only contains disturbing images and videos of Hunter’s crack cocaine use and sex escapades, but it also implicates his father’s participation and abuse of power by being involved in Hunter’s corrupt overseas business dealings.
🚨BREAKING: Ex-CIA chief asked to write false Hunter Biden laptop letter to ‘help Biden win the election'
Biden's campaign asked Morell to organize 50 colleagues to sign a letter claiming that emails from Hunter Biden's laptop were Russian disinformation.
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The corrupt Biden campaign also peddled this lie to the media in October 2020. USA Today published an article falsely suggesting the Hunter Biden laptop may be part of a “disinformation campaign.”
The head of the Biden campaign, Steve Ricchetti, called and thanked Morell for writing the fake letter.
Rep. Jim Jordan and Republican Rep. Michael Turner, chair of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, have demanded to know the identities of everyone who was involved in the letter’s “inception, drafting, editing, signing, publishing, or promotion.”
“The concerted efforts to dismiss the serious allegations in the Post’s reporting and to suppress any discussion of the story played a substantial role in the 2020 election,” Reps. Jordan and Turner said.
Morell was asked by Antony Blinken, then a senior campaign official, to help rally former intel chiefs to say Hunter Biden's laptop was Russian disinformation.
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In the beginning, a man named John Paul Mac Isaac says Hunter Biden entered his computer repair shop on April 12, 2019. His store in Delaware was called “The Mac Shop.”
“I could definitely tell that he was inebriated,” Mac Isaac explained. “When I asked for his last name, there was a long pause. And he kind of sarcastically added Biden.” Mac Isaac says he called the FBI after he found an “astounding” and “disgusting” volume of homemade pornography. What began as a simple computer repair quickly turned into a troubling revelation.
Mac Isaac also found a PDF indicating that Hunter had made $1.2 million for Burisma, a private energy company in Ukraine. He researched Burisma and the contents of the laptop, which he found deeply troubling.
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When he met with FBI agents, he said they were not in a rush to look into the laptop or take action. “I think that was my first indication that maybe the FBI was more interested in returning the laptop to the former owner and protecting the Bidens than they were protecting me or getting this to the proper channel,” he said.
Fortunately, a federal grand jury is considering possible criminal charges against Joe Biden’s son. The U.S. Department to Justice has been investigating Hunter for potential violations of tax, money laundering and foreign lobbying laws.
Hunter’s lavish lifestyle and foreign business dealings have raised major concerns. There were at least four large transactions that banks flagged as “potential criminal activity” while his father served as vice president under Barack Obama.
The dark secrets from the Bidens’ past are coming back to haunt them. In one instance, Hunter Biden’s company received a staggering $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the richest woman in Russia and the widow of Yury Luzhkov who was the former mayor of Moscow.
Why was this wire sent? Baturina disclosed that they have “a financial relationship,” but declined to delve deeper into why the wire transfer was made. The payment to Biden’s investment firm was made in early 2014. Fast-forwarding to 2022, there is widespread speculation that the Bidens have been doing favors for the Russians all along.
Another suspicious wire transaction was a $100,000 payment from a subsidiary of CEFC China Energy. At the time, this company was owned by Chinese billionaire Ye Jianming. The payment went to Hunter’s law firm, Owasco, in 2017.
Joe Biden wasn’t sitting on the sidelines during these deals. There have been 8 corrupt business dealings discovered in Hunter’s emails and texts that involve his father.
In emails and text messages, Hunter repeatedly refers to his father as “the big guy.” In one alarming instances, Hunter and “the big guy” used Air Force Two to travel to China where Hunter Biden’s company Bohai Harvest Equity Investment Fund closed a corrupt deal a Chinese mining company. Two weeks later and the Bidens were profiting as the deal was formally signed.
Some of these claims are still labeled “False” by official Facebook fact-checkers, such as FactCheck.org, which writes, “We also found no evidence that Joe Biden used his position as vice president to enrich his son.” Again, if they cannot find evidence, presumably with a few phone calls, emails, and google searches, the speech is simply presumed false and censored. That’s not fact-checking.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network at the U.S. Treasury Department received these four warnings of potential criminal activity. In 2020, an investigation was launched into Hunter’s financial activity by the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Finance Committee. To day, no members of the Biden family have been criminally charged.