Democrats are “against election interference that might impact them, they’re all for it when it helps them win elections,” Sen. Ron Johnson said.

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Several of the 51 ex-intelligence officials who signed a letter just weeks before the 2020 presidential election insinuating the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation donated to President Joe Biden’s 2020 campaign or other Democratic causes, according to Federal Election Commission filings reviewed by Just the News.

Last week, that letter burst into the news again, 30 months later, as congressional investigators uncovered evidence that it was “triggered” by Secretary of State Antony Blinken, then a Biden campaign adviser, and its organizer, former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell, wanted to create a “talking point” to help Biden win the last presidential debate of 2020 and beat Donald Trump in the election. 

A joint investigative report released Wednesday by the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees cited evidence suggesting an active-duty CIA official also may have encouraged signatories to sign the letter suggesting the laptop — now authenticated and in the possession of the FBI — was a foreign influence operation.

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According to FEC records, at least 12 of the letter’s signatories appear to have donated to Biden’s campaign, based on employment and location information listed in campaign finance filings.

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