The recent revelation that the Biden campaign was behind the Hunter Biden laptop “Russian disinformation” letter should be a top concern for every American considering that 51 members of the intelligence community signed their names to it, including several former CIA directors.
Former President Donald Trump discussed the intel letter during an interview on NewsMax’s “Greg Kelly Reports,” saying the signees should not only get their high-security clearances revoked but that their interference in the presidential election was “treasonous.”
“You saw the disinformation with this new revelation that — this was incredible — that 51 intelligence agents totally lied,” Trump said.
"I actually think it's treason." Security clearance of 51 top intelligence people who lied in letter before the election should be revoked. pic.twitter.com/uPdIESwpWA
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“I think it’s treason. They totally lied, just before the election. Right before the vote, they lied and said that the computer, which had all crimes on it, was Russian disinformation — 51 top people,” the former president told host Greg Kelly. “The top people in the country, they lied. I actually think it’s treasonous.”
There’s little argument today that the laptop is authentic and equally troubling is that the FBI was in possession of the laptop for nearly a year before the New York Post story dropped in Oct. 2020 and was summarily censored by corporate media and Big Tech. Even more damning, as revealed by the Twitter Files, the FBI warned the major social media companies before the story dropped of a possible Russian disinformation operation that might involve Hunter Biden.
“And by the way, that’s just another way that they cheated on the election,” Trump said. “They cheated in many ways.”
Kelly noted that most of these former intel officials still have top-level security clearance, asking Trump if they should lose their clearance.
“The security clearance of every one of those people should be immediately revoked, absolutely,” the leading GOP presidential candidate replied.
Trump explained later in the interview that Hillary Clinton’s campaign created the “Russia, Russia, Russia” narrative “so they could save face for losing.”
“That was going to be the reason she was going to make up, and it was a one-day deal. It was supposed to be one day, ‘We lost because of Russia.’ Except it caught on because the fake news loved the narrative,” he opined. “So it caught and then it went two days, three days, four days and it went two years. It just caught on. And it’s a disgrace because it really hurt our country.”
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