Will Biden run, or will he stand down? Upcoming events in the coming weeks may decide for him.
Looking back to the 2020 Trump – Biden election, one of the key points brought up by Democrats was a letter confirming that the infamous Hunter Biden Laptop signed by 51 FORMER intelligence agency officials claiming the laptop was textbook Russian election interference developed to discredit incumbent President Donald Trump.
Somehow nine of the 51 intelligence giants found cushy jobs within the new Biden administration.
Michael Morrell, a former Deputy Director at the CIA from 2010 to 2013, testified that current Secretary of State Antony Blinken was the contact and “trigger man” who created the letter. Another former CIA chief of staff, Jeremy Bash, got a 2022 Biden appointment to the Biden President’s Intelligence Advisory Board
Bash was a signer to the letter, and he orchestrated a meeting between Morrell and Steve Richetti, Biden’s campaign chairman, leading to his appointment later.
Morrell decided not to mention that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation in the original draft. After a phone call from Secretary Blinken, things changed. Biden referred to the letter in a speech designed to discredit the New York Post story reported on Oct. 14, 2020, which had a copy of the laptop.
The string of political favors doesn’t end with Bash and Morrell. From January 2021 to October 2021, Russell Travers served as Deputy Homeland Security Advisor. The Department of Homeland Security Counterterrorism Coordinator post was given to Nicholas Rasmussen.
Following the events of Jan. 6, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th attack on the US Capital was formed, and another signer of the letter David Buckley was chosen as staff director.
Morrell felt that for the laptop to be seen as factual, some of its contents had to be accurate, which would question the actions of the Biden family.
Congress is taking a closer look at the letter, the laptop, the FBI, Justice Department, and the appointments.