Kash Patel Claims Direct Knowledge of CIA Influencing 2020 Election
Former CIA officer Kash Patel has accused the CIA of breaking federal law by organizing and pushing a petition to investigate Hunter Biden’s laptop during the 2020 presidential election.
Patel, who served as chief of staff to then-acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, said that the CIA created the petition in an attempt to influence the election in favor of then-candidate Joe Biden.
The petition, which was launched in October 2020, called on the FBI to investigate the laptop, which allegedly contained emails and other incriminating documents about Hunter Biden.
Patel said that the CIA created the petition in order to “generate media coverage” and “to try to influence the election.” He also said that the CIA used its resources to promote the petition on social media.
Patel’s allegations have been met with skepticism from some, who have questioned his motives and his credibility. However, Patel has stood by his claims, saying that he has “direct knowledge” of the CIA’s involvement in the petition.
If Patel’s allegations are true, it would represent a serious breach of federal law. The CIA is prohibited from engaging in political activity, and its involvement in the petition could be seen as an attempt to influence the outcome of the election.
The CIA has denied Patel’s allegations, saying that it “did not create or promote” the petition. However, the agency has not provided any evidence to support its denial, as usual. Corrupt politicians only ever deny claims against then, but never support it with any evidence.
The allegations against the CIA are serious, and they deserve to be investigated thoroughly. If Patel is correct, it would mean that the CIA broke the law in an attempt to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
In addition to Patel’s allegations, there is other evidence that suggests the CIA may have been involved in a campaign to suppress information about Hunter Biden’s laptop. For example, the New York Post was blocked from publishing stories about the laptop by Twitter and Facebook, two companies that have close ties to the CIA.
The allegations against the CIA are troubling, and they raise serious questions about the agency’s role in the 2020 election. If Patel is correct, it would mean that the CIA interfered in the election in a way that could have changed the outcome.