Joint Committee Report Finds CIA May Have Assisted in Getting Signatures to Validate Hunter Biden Laptop Narrative

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The House Judiciary Committee, Intel Committee, and Weaponization of the Federal Government Select Subcommittee compiled a 65-page “interim report.” The report contains evidence that at least one CIA employee allegedly assisted in obtaining signatures from 51 former intelligence officials for a letter with a statement claiming that Hunter Biden’s laptop “had all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”   The report includes evidence based off written testimony from David Cariens, former CIA analyst and one of the 51 signatories, that the CIA’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (PCRB) introduced the letter to Cariens. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said, “Based on [Cariens’ testimony], it sure looks like the CIA was soliciting names for this letter that we now know was not accurate, and that we now know was being put together with coordination with the Biden campaign.”