Ex-CIA Director Michael Morell Admits Letter Falsely Labeling Hunter Biden’s Laptop as ‘Russian Disinformation’ Was a Political Move

The infamous intelligence community letter claiming Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation” was part of an effort to rig the 2020 election, new information has revealed.

The letter was intentionally crafted to produce a “talking point” for Democrat President Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential debates, JustTheNews reported.

Newly released transcripts from House Judiciary Committee interviews prove that the letter signed by 51 former intelligence officials was a political ploy.

The revelations on Hunter Biden’s laptop, which was abandoned by the drug-addled son of the then-candidate, were explosive.

Because they couldn’t refute the substance of the since-verified information, former CIA Director Michael Morell confessed he concocted the letter that the “Biden world had asked for.”

The letter gave cover to Joe Biden exactly as it was supposed to at the final debate.

“Look, there are 50 former national intelligence folks who said that what he’s accusing me of is a Russian plan,” Biden said on the debate stage.

“They have said that this has all the characteristics – four, five former heads of the CIA, both parties, say what he’s saying is a bunch of garbage,” he added.

However, the truth implicates the intelligence community in the partisan stunt.

The Biden campaign faced a crisis in October 2020 after the New York Post released the contents of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop.

Among the damning evidence were several emails that revealed that while Joe Biden was vice president, he had met with Hunter Biden’s foreign business associates in an influence-peddling scheme.

With so little time before the election, the Biden team scrambled to control the damage.

Morell’s 2023 testimony confirmed that Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was a Biden campaign official at the time, sent out the call for help.

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After receiving their marching orders, Morell and his deputy Marc Polymeropoulos got to work contacting the would-be signors.

The message to them explicitly stated that they worried “Trump will attack Biden” over the laptop “at this week’s debate, and we want to give the VP a talking point to use in response.”

Morell admitted as much to Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH).

“I think of it as two motivations,” newly released transcripts say Morell told Jordan.

“You know, one, let the American people know about what we saw as a deep suspicion of Russian involvement; and then, two, helping the Vice President,” Morell claimed.

When asked why he would do this, Morell responded:

“Because I wanted him to win the election.”

Morell and his ilk knew all along that they were incorrect in claiming this laptop was Russian disinformation.

When pressed by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Morell confirmed to the Florida Republican that he “did not” have any evidence that the laptop had anything to do with Russia.

Much of it has been proven true, including documents that were used in a California court to prosecute Hunter Biden for tax charges.

When asked whether he would have orchestrated this letter in light of what’s known now, Morell seemed unrepentant.

“I would have to write it differently because we now know the emails are authentic, right?” Morell claimed.

“So you couldn’t say anymore we don’t know whether it’s information or disinformation.”

“But I still have suspicions about a Russian role in these emails getting to The New York Post,” he added.

Regardless of how the Post got the laptop, it seems unlikely that Morell didn’t know all of it was true, given the ease at which others have authenticated it.

The facts are finally coming out about the intelligence community’s partisan political ploy to get Biden elected.

Meanwhile, Trump has pledged to drain this swampiest of swamps if wins in November.

READ MORE – CIA Helped Rig 2020 Election for Biden, Congressional Report Concludes

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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