Top Media Officials Can’t Hide Facts Anymore so Why are They Trying?

Though it might seem easier to stop fighting for the southern border, it’s never that simple. President Joe Biden and his entire administration has given up on protecting Americans from invasion and the ones who are suffering from that decision aren’t the ones making it.

Intelligence officials have already been on a roll with declassifying information. And the Biden administration doesn’t seem to care about their public representation anymore because they’re going to continue to lie to you no matter what.

Biden’s administration has been using information that’s “rarely definitive” because they know that you’ll believe it and the declassified information is being released “even when the confidence in the accuracy of the information wasn’t high.”

The left has been standing behind evidence to prove their viewpoint, but the problem comes into play when there’s no actual evidence that gives them their opinion.

Ken Dilanian, NBC’s Intelligence and National Security Correspondent, said, “The administration has done so even when the intelligence wasn’t rock solid, officials said, to keep Russian President Vladimir Putin off balance.”

Ned Price, Department of State spokesperson, is a perfect example of this. Price claimed that Russia was planning on using a false flag event to escalate tensions in Ukraine, but only provided his word as evidence. How is that acceptable?

NBC even said, “It doesn’t even have to be solid intelligence when we talk about it.” Even as they admit this, they do what they’re told by their real bosses in the Democratic party.
Alison Morris, NBC News Anchor, said, “It’s more important to get out ahead of them, Putin specifically, before they do something. It’s preventative.”

The problem with Morris’ statement is that it hasn’t prevented anything. What it’s done is explain to the entire world what the U.S.’s line in the sand is and sometimes there’s not a line drawn at all.

Not only does it usually result in a totally inaccurate representation of facts, but it shows weakness. The statements can easily be proven false by past or future events. It becomes even more dangerous when the consistency causes people to question the basis of foreign conflicts.

Over 50 intelligence officials signed a letter in a failed attempt to cover up the Hunter Biden laptop story and influence public perception into thinking that the laptop was “Russian disinformation.”