Hunter Biden ‘Laptop Denier’ Gets Top Biden Admin Post

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( – A former CIA official who has been among the main deniers of the authenticity of the revelations from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop has been appointed by President Joe Biden to serve on his Intelligence Advisory Board.

The appointment of Jeremy Bash to the advisory body was announced in a White House press release.

Besides running a security company, former CIA chief of staff Jeremy Bash has also been employed by NBC News and MSNBC as an analyst.

He has claimed that the so-called “laptop from hell” is nothing but a Russian intelligence operation designed to hurt both the United States and Joe Biden.

Hunter Biden’s laptop became public news after it was abandoned in a Delaware computer repair shop in 2020.

The material found on it has raised thorny questions about Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings as well as his drug, alcohol, and sex addictions and luxurious lifestyle.

Initial revelations from the laptop emerged in 2020 but only in coverage by the conservative-leaning New York Post, while the left-leaning mainstream media either ignored or mocked it. More material from it keeps getting exposed by The Daily Mail.

A new poll has just found that 78% of American voters think Donald Trump would have won the 2020 election had the Hunter Biden laptop story been appropriately covered by the media.

“This looks like Russian intelligence. This walks like Russian intelligence. This talks like Russian intelligence,” Jeremy Bash commented on MSNBC at the time, as cited by The Washington Examiner.

“This effort by Rudy Giuliani and the New York Post and Steve Bannon to cook up supposed dirt on Joe Biden looks like a classic Russian playbook disinformation campaign,” argued Bash, who has now gotten a seat on the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board.

Bash was also one of the 51 intelligence community officials who, in 2020, said the laptop story was a Russian fabrication. Joe Biden used their public letter in his presidential campaign.

“We write to say that the arrival on the US political scene of emails purportedly belonging to Vice President Biden’s son Hunter, much of it related to his time serving on the Board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation,” the letter read.

In its release, the White House said the Intelligence Advisory Board’s job is to give the President “an independent source of advice on the effectiveness…, vigor and insight” of the US intelligence community.