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DEVELOPING: CIA Further Implicated In Election Tampering

We previously reported that over 50 CIA agents signed a letter ahead of the 2020 election claiming that the Hunter Biden laptop story was ‘Russian disinformation’.

What wasn’t widely reported was the zeal with which elements within the agency displayed for getting the letter signed. …

According to testimony, evidence, and new information resulting from an ongoing investigation, the CIA ‘fast-tracked’ the letter—they treated it as an urgent priority.

Additionally, signatures were ‘solicited’ from fellow agents.

These new reports make it absolutely clear that the CIA interfered in American elections in a huge way—roughly 17% of Biden voters said they wouldn’t have voted for him had they known about the laptop.

That’s almost 1 in 5, yet we are supposed to believe that the CIA isn’t nefarious and doesn’t have nefarious purposes.

Here’s what we currently know:

The New York Post reports:

Morell told the CIA’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (PCRB) that he needed the letter approved as an unusual “rush job” that day, October 19, 2020, in an effort to provide then-candidate Joe Biden ammunition in the final presidential debate to discredit The Post’s report on the Biden emails which had been published five days earlier.

That day, a CIA employee working for the PCRB solicited a signature for Morell’s letter from former CIA analyst David Cariens, according to a written statement by Cariens to the Subcommittees on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, and Intelligence.


The Federalist went on:

The letter was first submitted to the PCRB by former CIA acting director and Joe Biden campaign surrogate Mike Morell at 6:34 a.m. on Oct. 19, 2020.

The CIA review board acknowledged receipt of the letter at 7:11 a.m. the same day.

Just hours later, at 10:27 a.m., former CIA official Kristen Wood bcc’ed a distribution list of former intelligence officials asking them to sign the letter, which had been drafted by Morell and Marc Polymeropoulos, who retired from the CIA in 2019.

Cariens later responded to Wood’s email and agreed to sign the letter.


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