51 Intel Officials Who Dismissed Hunter’s Laptop Linked to Biden Campaign

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You can probably repeat the Big Lie that the Democrat Party, the media, and the intelligence agencies repeated so many times before the 2020 election. “The so-called Hunter Biden laptop has all the hallmarks of Russian disinformation.” Remember that? And whatever happened with those 51 intel officials who signed a letter swearing that the laptop was Russian disinformation? Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) says he has new information that links those 51 intel officials directly to the Joe Biden campaign.

Since that Big Lie was used to help steal the 2020 election, multiple news agencies and even the Office of the Director of National Intelligence have confirmed that Hunter Biden’s laptop was real. There was no Russian disinformation campaign in 2020, just as there was no Russian collusion in 2016.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan now says his team has uncovered proof that the “51 intelligence officials” who publicly released that dishonest letter was directly linked to the Biden campaign. This is just like a repeat of the Russia collusion hoax, which Crooked Hillary Clinton’s campaign paid for.

Only this is far worse because, unlike Hillary’s Big Lie about Russia collusion, Joe Biden’s Big Lie about the laptop worked. As many as 17% of Democrats say they would have voted against Biden in 2020 if only they had known the laptop was real.

Jordan says the Subcommittee on Weaponization of Government will be issuing a report in late April that reveals the evidence linking the Biden campaign and the 51 intel officials. If the allegations are true, it means that our rotten-to-the-core intelligence agencies have now put their finger on the scale in the last two presidential elections.

Chairman Jordan says the interim report is going to name specific names in the Biden campaign who were linked to this disinformation campaign against American voters. We can’t wait to see who it was, but at the same time, the next big question is: What are House Republicans going to do about it?