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How the 2020 election may have been stolen by the CIA

Scary stuff.

As House Republican report details that the letter signed by 51 former spooks declaring the Hunter Biden laptop likely Russian information – just before Election Day – was organized by Biden campaign official Anthony Blinken. Former Deputy CIA Director Mike Morell helped round up signatures. Candidate Biden, touting the letter, neglected to say that of 36 former intel officials Morell approached, 26 declined to sign.

That may be because they suspected there was no evidence for such thing, and there wasn’t, as those in the intel community knew.

The Wall Street Journal’s Kimberly Strassel details what could be the biggest problem of all: involvement by active CIA officials, both in expediting review of the letter and acquiring signatures. She writes:

Former CIA employees are required to submit things they intend to make public to the CIA’s Prepublication Classification Review Board, to ensure they aren’t spilling classified info. The board is made up of CIA officials and is small and notoriously slow. Its website warns that even “routine” items like résumés or op-eds “may require several weeks to months” for approval.

No such problem for the well-connected Mr. Morell. He submitted his letter for clearance at 6:34 a.m. on Oct. 19, and presto, it was approved by 12:44 p.m. A colleague texts him to congratulate: “U have some juice!” Mr. Morell—at the time auditioning for the CIA job in a Biden administration—jokes: “They are probably afraid I’m coming back!”

Around the same time, former CIA official David Cariens receives a call from a person on the board. After telling Mr. Cariens that his memoir had been approved (lucky!), the official suddenly tells him about the draft letter, describes its contents, and asks him to get on board. He does, as does his wife, also a former CIA official.

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