Discover the shocking truth about the CIA’s alleged conspiracy with former acting director Mike Morell and the Biden campaign! According to a highly anticipated staff report from the House Judiciary Committee, the CIA and Morell worked together to create a letter that falsely claimed emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop were Russian disinformation. But that’s not all – they even sought signatures from a former intelligence official!

But that’s not even the most unbelievable part. Morell actually told the CIA’s Prepublication Classification Review Board (PCRB) that he needed the letter approved as an urgent “rush job” on October 19, 2020. And why the hurry? To provide then-candidate Joe Biden with ammunition to discredit a recent report by The Post on the Biden emails, just five days after it was published.

As if that wasn’t enough, a CIA employee working for the PCRB even solicited a signature from former CIA analyst David Cariens for Morell’s letter. According to Cariens’ own written statement to the Subcommittees on the Weaponization of the Federal Government and Intelligence, he was contacted by the CIA employee during a phone call about the prepublication review of his own memoir. But then, out of nowhere, the employee “asked” Cariens if he would be willing to sign the draft letter.

“When the person in charge of reviewing my book called to say it was approved with no changes, I was told about the draft letter. The person asked me if I would be willing to sign . . . I agreed to sign.”

The House Judiciary Committee’s staff report has shed new light on the alleged political maneuvering that took place within the CIA just days before the 2020 presidential election. According to the report, former acting director Mike Morell conspired with the Biden campaign to produce a letter that falsely claimed emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop were Russian disinformation. And he needed it fast.

In an email to the PCRB, Morell directed that the letter was a “rush job” that needed to be released “as soon as possible.” He even enlisted the help of other former CIA officials, including John Brennan and Marc Polymeropoulos, to sign the letter before Joe Biden’s final presidential debate against Donald Trump on October 22, 2020.

But the plot thickens. According to the report, Morell also solicited signatures from former CIA officers, including David Cariens and his wife, Janice Cariens. And he was successful – both of them agreed to sign.

The report also reveals that Morell received a congratulatory message from Polymeropoulos, a former CIA Acting Chief of Operations for Europe and Eurasia, for securing the PCRB’s lightning-fast approval of the letter.

These new revelations raise serious questions about the politicization of the CIA and its involvement in the 2020 presidential election. As the investigation continues, the American people deserve transparency and accountability from their government.

“You have some juice”, he texted.

“With the PRB [PCRB]?” asks Morell.

“Yes, ha,” replies Polymeropoulos.

“Ha is right,” texted Morell. “They are probably scared I am coming back.”

The political landscape can be a fickle beast, as former acting director Mike Morell discovered the hard way. Despite being widely tipped for the coveted position of CIA director if Joe Biden won the presidency, his hopes were dashed when he wasn’t nominated for the role.

But why did Morell fall out of favor with the Biden camp? According to recent revelations, it all started with a phone call from Biden campaign advisor Antony Blinken on October 17, 2020. Blinken wanted to discuss The Post’s article about Hunter Biden’s laptop, which had caused quite a stir in political circles.

Morell, who claimed he was unfamiliar with the article, was later sent a USA Today story alleging that the FBI was investigating whether the laptop material was Russian disinformation. This prompted Morell to draft a statement, but only after Blinken had reached out to him.

In sworn testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, Morell explained that the PCRB consists of CIA officers, not contractors, and their main function is to determine whether current and former CIA personnel are disclosing classified information in any materials they may release publicly.

As this saga continues to unfold, one thing is clear – in politics, timing is everything, and one wrong move can have serious consequences.