By
G. McConway
|
October 13, 2022

Bret Baier Confronts Former CIA Officer for Biden Letter

Let’s take a quick trip back to the 2020 campaign when the Hunter Biden laptop story broke.

More than 50 former intelligence officers spanning several administrations signed a letter to lessen the blow of the laptop.

They said the laptop had all the markings of a Russian disinformation campaign.

Fox News’ Bret Baier got one of them in the hot seat.

Never Should Have Been Released

Baier interviewed former CIA officer David Priess, one of the names on that letter.

Watch the interview below and I will give you my two cents afterward...

That was a great interview and Baier probably pushed back as far as he could in that scenario.

Now let me say my piece...

First and foremost, Priess is a liar.

We know for a fact that the letter impacted the election, as almost five percent of Biden voters said they would never have voted for Biden if they had known about the laptop.

Second, they released that letter to influence the election.

Joe Biden and Jen Psaki both regularly pointed to that letter as proof that the laptop was bogus.

I would be willing to bet that when the story surfaced, Biden pulled in some favors, or someone close to him, and got those intelligence staffers to pen that letter to get ahead of the story, and they did.

Here is the real sticking point... how can you possibly make a call like that without having examined the evidence, which not a single one of them did.

The smugness of Priess had me wanting to come through the TV and smack it right off his face.

“Outnumbered” also takes a look at this...

This was election interference, plain and simple.

Source: The Blaze

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