Jim Jordan is putting these former senior intelligence officials on notice just in time for Twitter files release

The release of the Twitter files has brought the spotlight back to the Hunter Biden laptop scandal further verifying its validity.

The vindication of GOP concerns is just the beginning with the lawmakers promising swift action during the coming Congress.

And now Jim Jordan is leading the way by putting these former senior intelligence officers on notice.

Never forget that “more than 50 former senior intelligence officials” called Hunter Biden laptop fake

In October 2020, when the Hunter Biden story broke, there was an obvious attempt by Deep State actors within intelligence agencies to stop it. 

In fact, according to a Politico article from October 19 of that year, “More than 50 former senior intelligence officials” believed the Hunter Biden laptop and the emails on it had “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”

Two years later and the American public has become wise to what was really going on – and there are lawmakers who are diligently reminding everyone of this.

Following the recent “Twitter files” revelation by Elon Musk, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is speaking out.

GOP lawmakers are pushing to expose every corrupt action against the American people

Johnson said that even though Elon Musk “is doing an awful lot to reveal censorship in the complicit, corrupt media” that there is “an even larger story.”

Johnson explained that what we’re actually beginning to learn exposes our corrupt “federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies.”

Jim Jordan was already working on the FBI suppression of the laptop prior to Elon’s revelations. 

Just the day before he published two letters to both James Clapper and John Brennan.

In his letters he warned both former intelligence officials that lawmakers are aware of “the coordinated effort to suppress public dissemination of the serious allegations about Hunter Biden and the Biden family . . .”

Jordan says James Clapper and John Brennan lied and did “a great disservice to American citizens”

Jordan accused them of “falsely” implying that “the New York Post’s reporting about Hunter Biden was the product of Russian disinformation.”

He told them that what they did was “a grave disservice to American citizens’ informed participation in our democracy” and further promised that “Committee Republicans will continue to examine this matter . . .”

Now the “Twitter files” saga is getting even more interesting with Elon Musk firing the General Counsel of Twitter – Former FBI counsel James Baker who has ties to the Russian collusion hoax.

Musk tweeted on Tuesday that “in light of concerns about Baker’s possible role in suppression of information important to the public dialogue, he was exited from Twitter today.”

This tweet was a reply to journalist Matt Taibbi who had gone on to explain “why there was a delay” and why some of his story seemed to lack context.

Baker was fired for “vetting the first batch of ‘Twitter files’” without telling Musk

Taibbi explained that Baker was fired for “Vetting the first batch of ‘Twitter files’ – without knowledge of new management.”

He went on to tell a story that included Baker’s ties to the Steele Dossier and the “Alfa-Server mess” both of which were used to try to frame Donald Trump and overshadowed the first two years of the otherwise successful Trump administration.

It would appear that Jim Baker was trying to cover up the FBI’s footprints at Twitter and he may have just been caught red-handed.

According to Taibbi, reporters are now resuming “searches through Twitter Files material” and the next episode will be published by journalist Bari Weiss.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.