Hunter’s Laptop: CIA Election Influence Exposed

Photo edit of Donald Trump at a MAGA presidential rally. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Popacta.
Photo edit of Donald Trump at a MAGA presidential rally. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Popacta.

Former acting CIA Director Michael Morell drafted a letter signed by 51 former intelligence officials that aimed to discredit The Post’s report on Hunter Biden’s laptop, which suggested that the contents of the laptop were linked to a possible Russian disinformation operation. Morell revealed in an email obtained by Just the News that he was drafting the letter as a “talking point” for Joe Biden to use during a debate with President Donald Trump. The email suggests that Morell was trying to provide the Biden campaign with ammunition to “push back on Trump” and potentially discredit negative information about the Biden family. It is possible that Morell and the other officials who signed the letter aimed to help Biden have an easier path to the presidency in the 2020 election.

The email exchange between Michael Morell and John Brennan indicates that Brennan was aware of Morell’s political motivation before signing the letter. Morell’s intention was to help Biden in the 2020 presidential election, and Brennan was willing to participate in this effort. The email also suggests that other members of the U.S. intelligence community were asked to sign the letter, but only a few did. It is possible that these officials were aware that their involvement in such a politically biased scheme could harm Biden’s election efforts, and thus they chose to refrain from signing the letter. The revelation of this email exchange suggests that some media and government officials were opposed to Trump in 2020 and attempted to influence and rig the presidential election by collaborating with Joe Biden in a cover-up scheme.

According to The New York Post:

“Can I add your name to this list?” Morell asks Brennan in the email.

“Trying to give the campaign, particularly during the debate on [Oct. 22, 2020], a talking point to push back on Trump on this issue,” Morell explains, admitting the letter was to help Biden during his showdown with Trump.

Brennan responded: “Ok, Michael, add my name to the list. Good initiative. Thanks for asking me to sign on.”

The smoking-gun email exchange shows that Brennan knew Morell’s political motivation before he signed on to the letter. The Post learned on Thursday that Brennan will sit with members of the House subcommittee on the weaponization of the federal government for a transcribed interview related to the letter on May 11. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who also signed on to the letter, will appear for an interview before the panel on May 17, a source familiar with the plans told The Post.

The CIA’s former Moscow station chief, Daniel Hoffman, told Fox News last week that he too was given the chance to sign the letter but he ultimately refused because there was “no evidence” of Russian involvement in Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal.

“It was not up to us to speculate. So I didn’t sign the letter. I typically don’t put my name to other people’s words,” Hoffman said.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), who also leads the government weaponization subcommittee, revealed last month that Morell testified before his panel that he drafted the letter and that Secretary of State Antony Blinken — then a Biden campaign adviser — was the “impetus” behind the attempt to discredit The Post. On the same day Morell’s email exchange with Brennan took place, Politico published a report on the letter, and during Biden’s Oct. 22, 2020, debate against Trump, he used it to deflect accusations about his involvement in overseas influence-peddling schemes by claiming The Post had reported on “a Russian plant.”

The claims made by former President Trump in regards to the 2020 election being “stolen” have been met with controversy. However, when considering the possible involvement of voting machines, mail-in ballots, or government agencies in collusion with the media, it is plausible that Trump’s claims may have merit. The events of the 2020 election are a stain on the history of our democracy and steps must be taken to ensure that such occurrences never happen again. It is imperative that the election process remains in the hands of elected officials, and unelected officials should not be allowed to interfere or manipulate the election results against a sitting president. Legislative action must be taken to protect the integrity of our election process.

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