I recognize that a number of us are fairly disappointed in the results of the previous election.
Most of us were confident that it would turn out one way and yet, here we are getting ready to usher in Joe Biden as the next President of the United States.
That does not suggest that there wasn't fraud, given that I have actually seen more than enough evidence to convince me that there was without a doubt fraud in this previous election.
However, as it turns out, there may be more to it than what we were originally assuming.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe recently released a letter in which he discussed how foreign players were involved in the election antics, namely China.
In the letter (pdf), Ratcliffe alleges that intelligence about China’s election interference was suppressed by management at the CIA, which pressured analysts to withdraw their support for the view.
Citing a report by the Intelligence Community Analytic Ombudsman Barry Zulauf, the director of national intelligence said some analysts were reluctant to describe China’s actions as election interference because they disagreed with the policies of President Donald Trump.
The Washington Examiner published Ratcliffe’s letter and the ombudsman report on Jan. 17, ten days after publishing an original report on the documents. The ODNI did not respond to requests from The Epoch Times to authenticate the documents.
“Based on all available sources of intelligence, with definitions consistently applied, and reached independent of political considerations or undue pressure—that the People’s Republic of China sought to influence the 2020 U.S. federal elections,” Ratcliffe wrote…
My hope now is that as Joe Biden is sworn into office that he doesn't disregard this intelligence because we all know how soft Joe Biden is on China.
Just be prepared because we're going to go back about 10 years at least in regards to foreign policy and we're going to once again be caught up in all of these ridiculous deals with other countries that offer us nothing in return.