DOJ admits Hunter Biden messages are not Russian disinformation: report

The Department of Justice concurs with spy boss John Ratcliffe’s evaluation that messages distributed by The Post from a PC claimed by Hunter Biden are not part of a Russian disinformation crusade, a report said.

Sources revealed to Fox News that the FBI is additionally surely possessing the Hunter Biden PC that the messages were replicated from.

The main story The Post distributed about Hunter’s messages incorporated a photograph of a Delaware government summon that show both the PC and its hard drive were seized by the FBI in December, after a PC repairman said he made bureaucratic specialists aware of their reality.

On Monday, Ratcliffe, the Director of National Intelligence, said the messages were “not part of some Russian disinformation crusade.”

“Tracker Biden’s PC isn’t essential for some Russian disinformation crusade,” Ratcliffe said.

“Let me get straight to the point: The insight network doesn’t accept that on the grounds that there is no knowledge that bolsters that. Also, we have imparted no knowledge to Adam Schiff, or any individual from Congress,” he said.

Majority rule Rep. Adam Schiff, director of the House Intelligence Committee, had guaranteed the messages were essential for a smear arranged by Moscow.

Ratcliffe shot Schiff for the claims.

“It’s entertaining that a portion of the individuals who whine the most about insight being politicized are the ones politicizing the knowledge,” Ratcliffe said. “Tragically, it is Adam Schiff who said the insight network accepts the Hunter Biden PC and messages on it are essential for a Russian disinformation crusade.”


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