Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” is the scandal the corporate media tried to bury.
But that coverup failed.
And a former CIA agent revealed some shocking news about Hunter Biden’s laptop.
As Great American Daily reports:
After the New York Post published their blockbuster story about Hunter Biden’s laptop containing emails implicating Hunter and Joe Biden in influence peddling schemes 51 intelligence community officials published a letter claiming – without citing any evidence – that the laptop story was a Russian disinformation campaign.
This letter from Deep State operatives served as a key justification for the corporate media and Big Tech censoring the laptop story in the weeks leading up to Election Day.
Given how close the election was – Joe Biden’s margin in the three decisive states of Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin was about 44,000 votes – Silicon Valley and the press suppressing this story may very well have tipped the election in Biden’s favor.
With The New York Times publishing a story admitting that the emails on the laptops were real, it was now official that the press and intelligence officials lied to the public for partisan gain.
Former CIA agent – and current co-host of “The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show” – Buck Sexton honed in on the intelligence community officials lying to the public.
“It’s one thing when you have Brian Stelter [claiming] it’s Russian disinformation – he doesn’t know anything,” Sexton stated. “Some of the former directors of our intelligence agencies — some of the folks that are on that front page of the New York Post I worked for — I know some of these people.”
Sexton claimed there were only two options – either these former intelligence community leaders fell for the dumbest trick of all time or that they knowingly misled the public as part of a coordinated plot to get rid of Donald Trump.
“They went either completely out of their minds or were willing accomplices in the lie, to the apparatus,” Sexton continued.
Sexton argued it was likely the latter.
None of the former 51 intelligence community officials that signed the letter claiming the laptop may have been part of a Russian disinformation campaign apologized for staking their professional reputation to a lie.
“There’s no mea-culpa – there’s no ‘oh I probably shouldn’t have gone along with Russian [disinformation claims],’” Sexton stated.
Sexton went on to say that these Deep State fraudsters likely didn’t even think they did anything wrong as they lied in service of what they believed is the greater good – driving Donald Trump from office.
“[That] is what everybody should know about the apparatus. It’s not about the truth. It’s about power,” Sexton concluded.