During a recent gubernatorial debate, Republican West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner boldly asserted that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was involved in stealing the 2020 presidential election from Donald Trump.
With 23 years of service in the U.S. Army and currently serving as the Secretary of State of West Virginia, Warner presents himself as a “battle-tested leader” on his campaign website. His extensive military and administrative background plays a crucial role in shaping his gubernatorial campaign.
In a recent Metro News debate, Warner reaffirmed his previous claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
This time, he directly accused the CIA, stating, “The election was stolen, and it was stolen by the CIA.”
Warner pointed to testimony from Mike Morrell, the former Deputy Director of the CIA, during his appearance before Jim Jordan’s House Judiciary Committee. He emphasized Morrell’s statements about a conversation with Antony Blinken, a senior adviser to the Biden campaign who subsequently became Secretary of State.
According to Warner, this discussion revolved around a report on Hunter Biden’s laptop and took place just days before the release of a statement on October 19, 2020, by 51 former intelligence officials. The statement implied that the narrative about Hunter Biden’s laptop was ‘influenced’ by a Russian disinformation campaign.
“When Mike Morell testified under oath to Jim Jordan that, yes, he colluded with Antony Blinken to sell a lie to the American people two weeks before the election for the very purpose of throwing the presidential election. How does it not get stolen if the FBI covers it up and Mark Zuckerberg pays $400 million to put his thumb on the scale? That’s not fair,” Warner said.
In a prior interview, Jim Jordan and Kash Patel said that Mike Morrell, under oath, admitted that the Biden campaign was responsible for the letter signed by 51 former intelligence officials aimed at suppressing the laptop story.
During the 2020 debate against Trump, the Biden campaign sought a defense strategy, so they fabricated an extravagant lie. They enlisted 51 intelligence leaders to sign a letter and deceive the American public about the laptop, all being aware that it belonged to Hunter Biden, who struggled with addiction.
The laptop contained bank statements, incriminating emails, and pictures documenting meetings and gifts from their business partners tied to the Chinese Communist Party.
The Biden campaign specifically chose which reporter would get the story, and they reached out to Mike Morrell after the debate to express gratitude for him deceiving the American public on their behalf.
Warner, a strong supporter of former President Donald Trump and a veteran of the Army has openly shared his concerns about U.S. intelligence agencies during his campaign. He has emphasized that, to him, the CIA and the FBI raise greater concerns than foreign adversaries like Russia and Iran.
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