CIA shopped Hunter Biden laptop 'Russian disinfo' letter to WaPo at Biden campaign urging: House Judiciary

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An interim report released by the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government on Wednesday has revealed that the Biden campaign coordinated with organizers of the infamous letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story “Russian disinformation” to get the statement out to the media, specifically to the Washington Post first.

According to the report, testimony provided to the committees revealed that former CIA acting director Mike Morell worked with Nick Shapiro, his former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor at the CIA, to disseminate the letter signed by more than 50 former intelligence officials to the press.

Morell testified that, “in terms of getting [the statement] to the media, that was entirely Nick Shapiro’s responsibility here. So he took that responsibility on.”  

Email correspondence obtained by the committee “between Morell and Shapiro, Shapiro and journalists, and Shapiro and the Biden campaign reveal the extent of this effort.”

On October 19, the same day Morell had sent the letter to the Prepublication Classification Review Board (PCRB) and recruited former intelligence officials to sign on to the statement, he emailed Shapiro that he “[s]hould have something to give to the media through you tomorrow afternoon.”

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