As Rigged As It Gets! Meet the CIA-Linked Husband of the CNN Debate Moderator

The upcoming debates are the last chance that Joe Biden has to try and convince Americans that he’s not entirely senile, so naturally, the Democrats have rigged them in his favor!

CNN’s will be hosting the first debate and the network’s very own Dana Bash will serve as one of the moderators.

Now you might think why does this matter? Everyone at CNN hates Trump- what’s the difference?

Well the difference is the fact that Dana’s Husband, Jeremy Bash, is the former Chief of Staff at the CIA.

Bash ALSO happens to be one of the 51 signers of the infamous “Spies who lie” letter which claimed that the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation – despite the fact that they had no evidence to support that theory.

Nobody actually expected a CNN debate to be “fair” and “impartial” but with the relatives of former CIA brass in the mix? This thing is NEXT LEVEL RIGGED.

 

Just like in 2020, the media and their buddies in the intel community seem to be doing whatever they can to prevent Trump from being reelected.

But clearly the Democrats are concerned that even giving him people like Dana Bash to moderate the debate won’t be enough, considering they’ve had Sleepy Joe vacationing for a full week at Camp David as they pump him full of drugs to prepare.

The debate is Thursday night, it should be.. interesting… to say the least.

Watch the video here to see how Dana Bash’s husband lied to help keep Trump out of office.


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