Biden’s DOJ Hired Full-On Russia Collusion Hoaxer Susan Hennessey To Its National Security Division

Biden’s DOJ Hired Full-On Russia Collusion Hoaxer Susan Hennessey To Its National Security Division

The Biden administration’s newest addition to the Department of Justice’s National Security Division, Susan Hennessey, is a Russia collusion hoaxer who deleted hundreds of tweets boosting lies about the Trump administration before she announced her new position.

Hennessey, who formerly worked for Democrat think tank and Russia collusion hoax organization the Brookings Institution, deleted hundreds of rants peddling lies about Michael Flynn, Carter Page, and FISA, boosting the Steele dossier, and pushing other leftist collusion talking points.

Not only did Hennessey openly adopt and echo corporate media narratives alleging that former President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election, but she also accused the Republican and his team of lying to the public while encouraging trust in the Intelligence Community that falsified information on spy warrant applications.

When confronted with evidence that the FBI lied to justify spying on Page and that the Steele dossier was not credible, Hennessey changed her tune of radical skepticism about the Trump administration to covering and making excuses for the Intelligence Community.

In addition to tweeting, Hennessey also accused the DOJ under former U.S. Attorney General William Barr of being partisan and “damaged and warped in ways that will take years to repair.”

Hennessey’s new position in the Biden administration was cheered on by corporate media journalists and others who willfully engaged in spreading misinformation about the disproved Steele dossier and repeatedly took partisan stances against the Trump administration.

While corporate media mouthpieces raved about Hennessey’s new position, others called out the Biden administration for rewarding her partisan lies with power.

Hennessey is not the only person in the Biden administration to face criticism for her tweets. In March, the White House pulled Neera Tanden’s nomination to lead the Management and Budget Office after her tweets insulting Republicans and moderates dinged her chances of becoming successfully confirmed.

Jordan Davidson is a staff writer at The Federalist. She graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism.
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