Shocking New Discovery Made About Hunter Biden’s Computer Scandal

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( – CIA contractors were among the 51 intelligence officials who signed a letter dismissing the New York Post’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop as a likely “Russian information operation.”

The revelations were made on Tuesday when the House Judiciary Committee, alongside the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, released a joint interim staff report.

The report details how CIA contractors worked with Biden’s 2020 campaign to mislead American voters.

According to the report, some of the 51 intelligence officials who signed a letter rubbishing the New York Post’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop in the last weeks of the 2020 Presidential race were contractors for the CIA at the time and even had clearance to access some CIA facilities.

These revelations mean that signatories who were likely receiving tax dollars for their work for the CIA, headed by then-President Donald Trump, colluded with the campaign of then-President hopeful Joe Biden to use their influence to sway the 2020 Presidential election’s outcome.

Despite the CIA’s declaration that all the signatories on the October 19, 2020 letter were former intelligence officials, the report shows an internal CIA email dated October 20, 2020, in which a CIA employee writes to a colleague about how they “love” that a few of the signatories were “individuals currently working here on contracts.” Their colleague replies, suggesting it won’t be “helpful to the Agency in the long run.”

However, it wasn’t only two employees who knew some of the signatories were working with the CIA when they signed the letter suggesting the NY Post article had “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”

The report reveals the most senior CIA officials, including then-CIA Chief Operating Officer Andrew Makridis, then-CIA Director Gina Haspel, and then-Deputy Director Vaughn Frederick Bishop, knew about the statement’s impending release and had time to stop it.

Makridis testified in April that he informed Haspel and Bishop of the statement’s impending release, giving them enough time to assess it.

Makridis’ office also appeared to approve the statement, departing from the agency’s protocol.

The report describes the statement as a “blatant political operation from the start,” detailing how Anthony Blinken, a then-top Biden campaign official and currently the Secretary of State, reached out to former Deputy Director of the CIA Michael Morell to get a rebuttal to talking points President Donald Trump might bring up about the laptop during the 2020 debate.

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