G. McConway
May 11, 2023

REPORT: CIA May Have Helped Obtain Signatories for Laptop Letter

This story just keeps getting more and more intriguing.

We knew we had an element in the FBI that was working directly against President Trump, but it now appears that there was also a contingent in the CIA doing the same thing.

A report was published in Fox News this week that is pointing the finger at insiders at the CIA helping pull off this feat that derailed Trump's campaign.


The report originated through the House Judiciary Committee.

What makes me a little wary of not buying all the way in is the claim that the committee is making. It stated that the CIA "may have assisted in obtaining signatories," reports the Washington Times.

I don't like the word "may" because that is not exactly a concrete allegation.

The full report, "The Hunter Biden Statement: How Senior Intelligence Community Officials and the Biden Campaign Worked to Mislead American Voters," is expected to be published later this week.

The original letter was signed by 51 former intelligence agents, all supporting the idea that the Hunter Biden laptop had "all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation." That made that assertation even though a single one of them never so much as saw the laptop in question.

We know the letter was a politicized by Michael Morell, the former CIA boss that openly confessed to creating the letter so Joe Biden would have talking points to use for the debate when Trump brought it up.

That letter was published in Politico and gave the mainstream media the excuse it needed to ignore the story and hide the fact that Joe Biden could be compromised.

One of the signers of the letter claims that a CIA employee was the one that informed him of the existence of the letter. The report states, "One signer of the statement, former CIA analyst David Cariens, disclosed to the Committees that a CIA employee affiliated with the agency's Prepublication Classification Review Board ('PCRB') informed him of the existence of the statement and asked if he would sign it," reports Fox News.

Cariens also told the committee, "When the person in charge of reviewing the book called to say it was approved with no changes, I was told about the draft letter. The person asked me if I would be willing to sign.

"After hearing the letter's contents and the qualifiers in it such as, 'We want to emphasize that we do not know if the emails provided to the New York Post by President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, are genuine or not and that we do not have evidence of Russian involvement,'… I agreed to sign."

The problem, of course, is that the media did not even look at the last line, just the fact they "thought" it was all the earmarks of a Russian operation.

I have to be honest, the fact that Trump was not armed with that line from the letter at the debate is shameful. He could have immediately countered Biden with that line, even openly accusing the CIA of trying to help Biden remove him from office. He could have also pointed out that every signer of that letter was anti-Trump.

Trump's team did a horrible job of prepping him on that letter, and they absolutely should have known that Biden was going to bring it up.

The way things were going at that time, I think people would have believed him, and he would have been dead right, as we now know.

Keep in mind, then-Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe had already determined the laptop was legitimate, and the FBI concurred, but that meant nothing to the media compared to that letter.

That is how corrupt the mainstream media has become.

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