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Bombshell: Blinken and CIA Rigged 2020 Election for Biden

A recent report by the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees claims that senior officials in the Biden campaign colluded with the CIA to falsely discredit Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” ahead of the 2020 presidential election as “Russian disinformation.”

The report alleges that Antony Blinken, who was one of Biden’s campaign managers at the time and is now Secretary of State, requested that a letter be drafted to make the Hunter Biden story go away and blame it on Russia. Former acting CIA Director Michael Morell drafted the letter and got 50 former intelligence community colleagues, all retired, to sign it. The letter claimed that the data on Hunter’s hard drive “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation” despite the absence of evidence linking Russia to the alleged disinformation campaign.

The report claims that the infamous letter, titled “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden emails”, was sent to Politico five days after the New York Post’s bombshell exposé and three days before the final presidential debate of the election campaign. The story concocted by Blinken and Morell, which protected the Bidens, was quickly disseminated by the US mainstream press, while the damning Hunter Biden laptop story was immediately suppressed by both Big Media and Big Tech.

Former CIA station chief Philip Giraldi shared that the media in the US is dependent on the government for “leaks” of information and other support. He believes that this is a tradition that goes back to 9/11 and George W Bush and his gang of neocons. The media is liberal so it also tends to favor Democrats in how it slants its stories. Giraldi states that if the Hunter Biden story were to be picked up by the mainstream media and circulated, it would do serious damage to Biden’s re-electoral prospects, but that is not likely to happen.

In March 2022, US mainstream media outlets returned to the laptop story by saying that thousands of emails “purportedly from the laptop computer of Hunter Biden” had been proven to be “authentic communications.” In May 2022, Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos, an ex-Secret Service agent, carried out a full forensic examination of Hunter Biden’s infamous hard drive to determine whether there are any signs of tampering. According to the US press, Dimitrelos cross-referenced thousands of files, photos, geolocation data, and other information on the drive using a technique called “digital sandwiching” and came to the conclusion that Hunter “was the only person responsible for the activity on this hard drive and all of its stored data.”

In May 2022, Tim Parlatore, a lawyer representing former President Donald Trump, and his colleagues filed five letters of complaint with the agencies that formerly employed the signatories of the 2020 letter, including the CIA, the National Security Agency, the director of National Intelligence, and the Department of Defence. Parlatore argued that the signatories had to seek a prepublication review from the agencies they used to serve at. However, it appears that none of the intelligence agencies were involved in reviewing the letter.

The Hunter Biden laptop story sheds light on the Biden family’s questionable business dealings and Joe Biden’s alleged involvement in the process. The report has prompted conservative journalists and authors to raise questions about the former intelligence community officials’ motives and accuse them of meddling in the 2020 elections.


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