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Matt Gaetz Introduces Legislation to Strip Security Clearance from Intel Officials Who Lied about Hunter Biden Laptop

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There is a precedence being set by democrats and top intelligence officials that will undermine American democracy for the foreseeable future.

In spite of the fact that the Hunter Biden laptop story has been completely verified, there are still those in high positions who deny it as fact.

Congressman Matt Gaetz has decided to do something about it.

Gaetz introduced legislation on Tuesday that will bar security clearance from the 51 intel officials who signed a letter calling the Hunter Biden laptop story “Russian disinformation.”

These officials publicly lied about the content of Biden’s laptop, Gaetz proclaims.

The “Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution” would hold them accountable by stripping them of their security clearances.

Our friends at the Daily Wire have the latest from Matt Gaetz:

On October 19, 2020, 51 former intelligence officials signed a letter titled, “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails,” which claimed Hunter Biden’s emails were a part of a “Russian information operation.” Following the censorship of the New York Post’s exposé on the emails by Big Tech and media tycoons, the New York Times confirmed the legitimacy of the emails on March 17, 2022. As of March 22, 2022, 4 of the 51 signatories maintained their support for the erroneous letter.

“The 51 signatories of the letter who publicly and falsely decried Hunter Biden’s laptop to be Russian disinformation should be barred from holding any level of security clearances indefinitely,” Gaetz’s resolution states.

 

Gaetz already entered the hard drive for Hunter Biden’s laptop into Congressional record:

This came after the assistant director of the FBI denied knowing where the laptop even was:





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