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ACTIVE DUTY CIA Helped Craft “Spies Who Lie” Letter to Help Rig 2020 in Biden’s Favor

As we know, 50 members of the intelligence community colluded to put out a fake document claiming that the Hunter Biden laptop was “Russian disinformation” with the admitted intention of helping Joe Biden win the 2020 election. As if that wasn’t bad enough a new report suggests that not only did former intel leaders help to set this up, even ACTIVE DUTY CIA agents were in on it!

The House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees have obtained evidence which reveals that an active CIA employee helped to recruit signatories for the election rigging letter.

“The Committees have evidence that an employee affiliated with the CIA may have assisted in obtaining signatories for the statement,” a report from the committees reads.

“One signer of the statement, former CIA analyst David Cariens, disclosed to the Committees that a CIA employee affiliated with the agency’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (‘PCRB’) informed him of the existence of the statement and asked if he would sign it.”

But there is reason to believe that it may have been more than just ONE active duty CIA officer to leave his mark on the letter. According to the document itself, 9 additional intelligence officers “supported the arguments” in the letter but could “not be named publicly.”

 

The report states further that the committees have requested additional material from the CIA, but the agency has IGNORED their requests, suggesting they have something to hide.

Former acting CIA Director Michael Morell openly admitted that he was approached by then-Biden campaign official Antony Blinken to spark up the letter and solicit signatures for it.

Morell in his own solicitations even openly referenced the purpose for which the Biden campaign wanted to use the letter – to help them rig the election by LYING to the American public.

The former CIA director also wrote to another former director that he was interested in helping put this thing together to give Biden a fighting chance in 2020.

An Oct. 19, 2020, email that Morell sent to John Brennan explicitly noted he was “trying to give the campaign, particularly during the debate on Thursday, a talking point to push back on Trump on this issue.”

An Oct. 18 email to former CIA senior intelligence officer Kristin Wood also included explicit mention of the statement’s partisan purpose. Morell stated that “I have control of the document. The more former intelligence officials the better. Campaign will be thrilled.”

When that debate came around, Biden gleefully referenced the letter to claim that the laptop was nothing more than “Russian propaganda” – it was all a lie concocted to help the Democrats remove President Trump from power.

While now Secretary of State Blinken has denied involvement in the letter’s origination, emails have exposed that he and the campaign were CLEARLY involved.

Our own CIA colluded with the Biden campaign to steal the election from President Trump. These are scary times in America.


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