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190,472 views • April 28, 2023

Kash Patel: How an Ex-CIA Boss ‘Rigged’ Three Election Cycles | TEASER

Recently, former acting CIA director Michael Morell was asked under oath about the origins of the intel letter discrediting the Hunter Biden laptop story as possible Russian disinformation. He testified under oath that a call from now-Secretary of State Antony Blinken “triggered” the creation of the letter that was signed by 51 current and former members of the intelligence community. When questioned further, he said, “one intent was to share our concern with the American people that the Russians were playing on this issue; and, two, it was [to] help Vice President Biden.” “I wanted [Biden] to win the election,” he testified, according to a letter sent to Blinken by House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan and Intelligence Chairman Mike Turner. This isn’t the first time this ex-CIA boss has stirred up hot-button issues in the lead up to a presidential election, according to John Solomon and Nick Givas’ reporting in Just the News. In 2012, he edited official talking points about the deadly 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack to remove references to al-Qaeda. And in the summer of 2016, he was one of the first major figures to publicly claim Trump was a Russian asset in a New York Times op-ed. In this episode of Kash’s Corner, we also take a look at Sen. Chuck Grassley’s recent allegations that the FBI falsely labeled information as Russian disinformation “to bury it” and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg seeking to prevent Trump from speaking about the evidence in his case.
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