Shocking evidence has emerged that someone within the CIA was soliciting members of the Intel community to sign the false letter that the Hunter Biden laptop story was Russian misinformation. It is my belief that all 51 signers of the letter knew the laptop story was real and that they signed for political expediency and not because they actually believed the lies. I suspect many of those who signed the letter are sweating bullets as Rep Jim Jordan has begun calling them in to testify about the letter.
Now the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government and the House Intelligence Committee will soon release a report titled “The Hunter Biden Statement: How Senior Intelligence Community Officials and the Biden Campaign Worked to Mislead American Voters.” The report is 60 pages long and it details the extraordinary steps individuals within the Biden campaign went to get the signatures, including a member of the CIA.
That was bad enough. But now there’s new evidence indicating that an active CIA employee solicited at least one signature for the intel letter.
The committees, though, said they have “evidence that an employee affiliated with the CIA may have assisted in obtaining signatories for the statement.”
“One signer of the statement, former CIA analyst David Cariens, disclosed to the Committees that a CIA employee affiliated with the agency’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (“PCRB”) informed him of the existence of the statement and asked if he would sign it,” the report states.
Cariens told the committees that he had been working with the PCRB in October 2020 to review his memoir. Cariens said that during a call with a CIA employee about his memoir, the employee separately “asked” him if he would sign onto the letter.
“When the person in charge of reviewing the book called to say it was approved with no changes, I was told about the draft letter. The person asked me if I would be willing to sign,” Cariens told the committees. “After hearing the letter’s contents and the qualifiers in it such as, ‘We want to emphasize that we do not know if the emails provided to the New York Post by President Trump’s personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, are genuine or not and that we do not have evidence of Russian involvement,’ I agreed to sign.”
From Mike Morrell:
“Attached is a statement that Marc and I drafted that many former senior and working-level officials from across the IC will sign and then be made public,” the email states. “We are 100 percent confident it does not contain classified information. Indeed, it specifically says we don’t know what the IC or the FBI knows about this.”
Morell added, “This is a rush job as it needs to get out as soon as possible.”
Morell managed to get the CIA approval within hours.
Marc Polymeropoulos, a former CIA Acting Chief of Operations for Europe and Eurasia, congratulated Morell on the afternoon of Oct. 19, 2020, for securing the PCRB’s lightning-fast approval of the letter.
“You have some juice”, he texted.
“With the PRB [PCRB]?” asks Morell.
“Yes, ha,” replies Polymeropoulos.
“Ha is right,” texted Morell. “They are probably scared I am coming back.”
Morell has also said that Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was then an adviser to the Biden campaign, was the impetus behind the letter — that he wouldn’t have written it and organized it had it not been for the conversation he had with Blinken. Blinken is also in trouble for allegedly lying to Congress about his email contact with Hunter Biden. According to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), at least one email involving Blinken’s wife allegedly concerns Blue Star Strategies, the lobbying firm for Burisma.