After an ‘October surprise’ story broke just weeks before the 2020 Presidential election that made public many scandalous details contained on Hunter Biden’s laptop, Democrats and their allies went in to full damage control mode.

One attempted method of damage control happened when 51 former intelligence officials released a statement that decried the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop as a ‘Russian information operation’.

It was later revealed that the letter was purely based on speculation and that the intelligence officials did not have any strong evidence indicating that the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop were solicited or leaked by the Russian government.

Now, a shocking report by the House Judiciary Committee indicates that the Biden campaign played a major role in the creation of the letter, with then Biden campaign advisor and now Secretary of State Anthony Blinken pressuring intelligence officials in to signing it.

One signatory admitted that his primary motive for signing the letter was to help Biden win the 2020 Presidential election.

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The Biden campaign team also thanked signatories after the final Presidential debate.


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Via The House Judiciary Committee

In his transcribed interview, Morell testified that on or around October 17, 2020, Blinken served as a senior advisor to the Biden campaign and reached out to him to discuss the Hunter Biden laptop story.

That same day, October 17, Blinken also emailed Morell an article published in USA Today alleging that the FBI was examining whether the Hunter Biden laptop was part of a “disinformation campaign.” The very bottom of the email he sent to Morell included the signature block of Andrew Bates, then-director of rapid response for the Biden campaign.

Morell testified that his communication with Blinken was one of a few communications he had with the Biden campaign, explaining that he also received a call from Steve Ricchetti, Chairman of the Biden campaign, following the October 22 debate to thank him for writing the statement. Morell also explained that the Biden campaign helped to strategize about the public release of the statement. Morell further explained that one of his two goals in releasing the statement was to help then-Vice President Biden in the debate and to assist him in winning the election.

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