Left leaning politico thinks that just because 50 of Barack Obama’s swamp rats crawled out of the muck to sign a letter pinning the contents of Hunter Biden’s errant laptop on the Russians, that will be the end of it. The Obamagate spooks are clearly terrified because they keep beating the same dead horse.
A pack of Deep State rats
They don’t come right out and say it, because the don’t have a single shred of proof behind their fantasies, but a pack of rats who used to belong to the intelligence community branch of the Hillary Clinton fan club suggest that Rudy Giuliani conspired with Russians to pack Hunter Biden’s laptop full of incriminating emails. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe debunked the demon-rats already and America’s version of James Bond, Richard Grenell, backs him up.
Just about every one of the rats who signed off on the letter worked with national security. That means they were spies. They’re convinced that the images of a coked out and frisky Hunter Biden scattered in with potentially illegal images of underage relatives and emails showing how he sold tickets to his dad’s office for heavy coin from the Chinese and Russians, as well as the Burisma gas company in Ukraine, were planted there by the president’s lawyer. Of course, Giuliani must have been following orders from the Kremlin. They refuse to acknowledge that the cat is already out of the bag and the CIA were the ones to report Hillary Clinton for trying to rig the election by doing what? Colluding with Russians.
The Deep State Rats wrote on Monday that disclosure of emails, allegedly belonging to Joe Biden’s son, “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.” Giuliani handed The New York Post “a copy of Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive.” He got it “from a Mac shop owner in Delaware who also alerted the FBI.”
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe blasts Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff for leveraging a political narrative.
"Hunter Biden’s laptop is not part of some Russian disinformation campaign." pic.twitter.com/49SSjhfQuN
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 19, 2020
Signed by Obamagate conspirators
The first two signatures on the letter were Obamagate conspirators John Brennan and James Clapper. Without saying so or providing any proof, the rats hint that the emails were planted. All of their “national security experience” trying to rig an election and overthrow President Donald Trump after he won their rigged election anyway, makes them “deeply suspicious that the Russian government played a significant role in this case.”
The Huffington Post leans so far left that it’s ready to fall over. They quickly rushed to their word processors to type “‘If we are right,’ the group wrote in a letter, ‘this is Russia trying to influence how Americans vote.'” The only problem is that they aren’t right, they’re left. They’re also wrong. As Aaron Maté tweeted, “signatories of this deranged letter, which has no evidence, & ignores that no one disputes emails’ authenticity include John Brennan & Jim Clapper, two key officials behind Russiagate. If they’re willing to sign this lunacy, it only adds new reasons to doubt their assertions.” The rats miss the days when they could guard the cheese. Especially the secret blackmail cheese collection started by J. Edgar Hoover himself. Part of the reason they worked so hard to frame Donald Trump and his associates was so that he wouldn’t learn about their dirty Deep State secrets.
Liberal Chris Murphy was shooting his mouth off on social media defending the rats without proof and it attracted the attention of Rick Grenell. After Murphy tweeted “he has seen intel that says Russia is responsible for the emails on the Hunter Biden laptop @DNI_Ratcliffe says that isn’t true.” Grenell replied, “Murphy is saying he has seen something the DNI hasn’t. This is an outrageous claim.” DNI Ratcliffe himself quickly went on television and set the record straight. He blasted shifty Adam Schiff for “leveraging a political narrative.” Ratcliffe was emphatic when he declared, “Hunter Biden’s laptop is not part of some Russian disinformation campaign.”