Just because you’re a former CIA agent, it doesn’t mean you’re the sharpest knife in the drawer (a phrase I stole from my dad).
John Sipher, whose mouth is larger than his unwarranted ego, bragged on Twitter that he “personally” swung the election “away from Trump.” The braggadocios leftist operative added, “You’re welcome.”
The admission came in a tweet that was directed at President Trump’s former acting DNI Richard Grenell, who, for the record, does not go by “Dick,” as the sophomoric former CIA agent refers to him in his tweet. Richard Grenell is anything but “cowardly.”
“Maybe cowardly Dick forgot he blocked me for the last several years and only unblocked me to give me credit for swinging the election,” Sipher wrote in response to Richard Grenell’s tweet about Sipher signing the letter that claimed Hunter Biden’s letter was “Russian disinformation.”
Here’s the tweet where Sipher admits to “swinging the election.”
I take special pride in personally swinging the election away from Trump. You’re welcome.
Maybe cowardly Dick forgot he blocked me for the last several years and only unblocked me to give me credit for swinging the election. https://t.co/x8Hweg7XhP
— John Sipher (@john_sipher) March 27, 2022
Sipher and 50 other former U.S. intelligence officials signed the letter on Oct. 19, 2020. In the letter signed by high-level Democrat operatives/former US intelligence officials, they accused those distributing the contents of Hunter’s laptop have “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”
If we had an impartial FBI or Democrat-led Congress that didn’t act like a crime family shaking down anyone who questioned the authenticity of the November election, this allegation would be taken seriously. Alas, the January 6th Kangaroo Court comprised of Democrats and two Never-Trumper RINOs, whose hatred for President Trump is unmatched. They are casting the widest net ever cast upon innocent Americans like Ginni Thomas to Mark Meadows, who happens to be the husband of her good friend, as they falsely attempt to prove she had some kind of “special access” because of her husband.