This week, after dismissing the scandalous content on Hunter Biden’s laptop as ‘Russian disinformation’, the mainstream media was forced to acknowledge that emails obtained from Hunter’s abandoned laptop were authentic.  In the weeks leading up to the election, people were forbidden from sharing the contents of the laptop or sharing news stories about it on Twitter and other social media websites.  Leading Democratic politicians such as Jen Psaki and Adam Schiff claimed the entire scandal was cooked up by Russia to discredit President Biden.

Yesterday, Nick Short of the Claremont Institute released a list of the 50 intelligence officials who signed on to a letter calling the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop Russian disinformation.

The list includes top intelligence officials such as James Clapper, Leon Panetta, and John Brennan.

The letter said that intelligence officials are “deeply suspicious that the Russian government played a significant role in this case” and cited several elements of the story that suggested the Kremlin’s hand at work.

“If we are right,” they added, “this is Russia trying to influence how Americans vote in this election, and we believe strongly that Americans need to be aware of this.”
One of the letters signatories, Ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was accused of lying to Congress in 2013 after he claimed that the NSA doesn’t collect data on Americans.  One Senator asked for his resignation and dozens of others complained about him perjuring himself before Congress.
One of the letters other signatories, Ex-CIA Director John Brennan was accused of spying on Congressional staffers as they were researching the CIA’s torture practices.
Clapper stood by signing on to the letter when the New York Post requested a comment on the New York Times admission that the contents of Hunter’s laptop were real.
“Yes, I stand by the statement made AT THE TIME, and would call attention to its 5th paragraph. I think sounding such a cautionary note AT THE TIME was appropriate.” Clapper said.

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