It was reported by Conservative Brief that former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe accused Democratic House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff of peddling a false narrative against President Donald Trump prior to the 2020 presidential election.
Ratcliffe also noted that prominent Democratic-aligned law firm Perkins Coie could have been part of a “criminal” conspiracy during the 2016 election cycle.
Durham was appointed to investigate the origins of the “Trump-Russia collusion” by then Attorney General William Barr. Durham debunked the “Trump-Russia collusion” propaganda and has indicted two people so far in his investigation; Former FBI lawyer John Clinesmith and Michael Sussman, a Clinton campaign lawyer.
Clinesmith lied on applications to the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to secure warrants to surveil 2016 Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
Sussman was accused of lying to the FBI about a now disproven link between the private Russian Alfa Bank and the Trump Organization.
Clinesmith has avoided prison by pleading guilty to his charges but Sussman has pleaded not guilty to her charges.
Ratcliffe addressed the Hunter Biden laptop story stating that to protect Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign Schiff and others likely downplayed Hunter’s damaging links to business deals in Russia, China and the Ukraine.
“What happened with Hunter Biden’s laptop in the weeks before the election…was a coordinated effort to keep information about Hunter and Joe Biden’s business dealings with foreign officials and countries that were on his laptop…to mislead the American people about those things,” said Ratcliffe about the Hunter Biden laptop scandal.
Ratcliffe went on saying that “This was a coordinated effort to mislead the American people,” an attempt to use “politicized intelligence” to downplay the information uncovered from Hunter Biden’s laptop.
While the media and the Democratic party led a false narrative of Trump’s collusion with Russia, members of the party were downplaying Hunter Biden’s business involvements with Russia.
Following Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff voiced his concerns about the billionaire’s new ownership and was torn to shreds by critics.
The Democratic chairman’s entire tweet read, “Here’s my take on the world’s richest man buying Twitter: He makes a great car and rocket. But I’m concerned his personal views will stop the fight against disinformation on social media. The problem on Twitter hasn’t been too much content moderation – it’s too much hate.”
Here's my take on the world’s richest man buying Twitter:
He makes a great car and rocket.
But I’m concerned his personal views will stop the fight against disinformation on social media.
The problem on Twitter hasn't been too much content moderation – it's too much hate.
— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) April 27, 2022
Schiff claimed that with Musk in charge of Twitter he will “stop the fight against disinformation on social media.” Critics didn’t hold back on Schiff harshly criticizing his take and labeling him “the king of disinformation” as he repeatedly spread the narrative of the “Trump-Russia collusion” during the 2016 presidential election.
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