Remember when Trump hit Biden with Hunter’s laptop in the debates, and Biden used former Intel people to wave it away is a Russian spy-op? That ‘interfered’ with an election… should they pay a price?
Joe Biden was implicated in financial entanglements that connected his family — including Joe himself — to persons and entities connected directly to the highest levels of the Chinese Communist Party.
Instead of Biden being held to account for that information, and having the electorate weigh the implications of such entanglements before they voted in 2020, the story was dismissed as Russian propaganda and suppressed lest it ‘interfere with the election’.
In reality, this suppression of information which was credible from the beginning (and has since been accepted as true even by those who once suppressed it) not only ‘impacted the election’ but was THE critical difference-maker in enough key battleground states to have flipped the election in Trump’s favor had it NOT been suppressed.
— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) November 24, 2020
And the Big Lie that Hunter’s laptop was ‘Russian disinformation’ was knowingly perpetrated by Democrat activists who just happened to have the credibility associated with past leadership roles in the CIA or comparable agencies with top-level security clearances.
Do people who so blatantly and deliberately use their status and security clearance to manipulate the public deserve to keep those (extremely profitable) security clearances?
Gaetz says that each of the 51 letter signatories continue to stand by the contents of the letter, which was touted as fact by the Biden campaign and widely disseminated by the mainstream media in an apparent effort to undermine the legitimacy of the laptop exposé.
…”If we are right, this is Russia trying to influence how Americans vote in this election, and we believe strongly that Americans need to be aware of this.”
Gaetz’s resolution is co-sponsored by fellow GOP Reps. Dan Bishop, of North Carolina; Louie Gohmert, of Texas; Marjorie Taylor Greene, of Georgia; Thomas Massie, of Kentucky, and Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar, each from Arizona.
The letter seeks to strip such signatories as former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and former CIA Director John Brennan of any future access to sensitive U.S. intelligence information. —JustTheNews
Do you agree that such people should have their security clearances revoked?
Better still, should security clearances of former federal employees require affirmative periodic renewal with partisan exploitation of their positions (such as we saw here) disqualifying someone from holding such clearance?