Joe Biden ‘Assasination Squad’ Bombshell Revealed

The recent Department of Justice (DOJ) filing has brought to light shocking revelations regarding Alexander Smirnov, an ex-FBI informant charged with lying about President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden. Special Counsel David Weiss disclosed on Thursday that Smirnov, a crucial informant in the Republican attempt to impeach President Biden over Hunter Biden’s business dealings, now faces charges of lying to the FBI.

 


 

In a comprehensive 28-page filing released on Tuesday, Weiss and his team provided startling details about Smirnov’s alleged crimes, presenting reasons for his potential imprisonment pending trial. One of the alarming aspects mentioned in the filing is Smirnov’s extensive foreign contacts, specifically with an individual in control of an assassination squad. This revelation adds another layer of complexity to Smirnov’s involvement in disseminating false information.

The DOJ filing outlines Smirnov’s multiple contacts with Russian Official 1, who has been described in various ways, including as the son of a former high-ranking Russian government official. According to Smirnov, Russian Official 1 purportedly oversees two groups responsible for carrying out foreign assassinations, acts as a Russian representative to another country, and has ties to a particular Russian intelligence service. These details were reported by Smirnov in October 2023.

In December 2023, Smirnov reported to his handler about an overseas trip, during which he attended a meeting with Russian Official 2, described as a high-ranking member of a specific Russian foreign intelligence service. The purpose of the meeting, as stated by Smirnov, was to discuss a potential resolution to Russia’s war against Ukraine. Additionally, during the same trip, Smirnov participated in a separate meeting with Russian Official 1, the individual overseeing groups engaged in overseas assassination efforts.

In the meeting with Russian Official 1, shocking details emerged, with Russian Official 1 claiming that Russian Official 4, the head of a particular unit of a Russian Intelligence Service, ran an intelligence operation at a specific hotel. Smirnov informed the FBI handler that the Russian Intelligence Service intercepted cell phone calls made by guests at the hotel. The intercepted calls allegedly included conversations by prominent U.S. individuals, which the Russian government might use as “kompromat” in the 2024 election, depending on the candidates.

The filing emphasizes that Smirnov’s lies pose a current danger of election interference. It underscores the urgency of addressing the false narrative Smirnov has been spreading, particularly regarding Hunter Biden. Weiss warns that Smirnov’s efforts to spread misinformation extend beyond the 2020 elections. He actively engages in peddling new lies that could impact U.S. elections, especially after meeting with Russian intelligence officials in November. Given these circumstances, there is a serious risk that Smirnov might flee to avoid accountability for his actions.

References to the current presidential election are prevalent in the filing, with Weiss cautioning about Smirnov’s potential to influence the outcome. The filing notes Smirnov’s indication of “bias” against Biden to his FBI handler, highlighting the transformation of routine business contacts with Burisma into bribery allegations against Public Official 1, the presumptive nominee of one of the two major political parties for President.

In conclusion, the DOJ filing paints a disturbing picture of Alexander Smirnov’s involvement in spreading false information with potential implications for national security, election integrity, and the safety of prominent individuals. The revelations about his contacts with an individual overseeing an assassination squad add an alarming dimension to the overall narrative, underscoring the significance of addressing these issues promptly and comprehensively.

Of particular note, Smirnov has reported numerous contacts with Russian Official 1, who has been described by Smirnov in a number of ways, including as the son of a former high-ranking Russian government official, someone who purportedly controls two groups of individuals tasked with carrying out assassination efforts in a third-party country, a Russian representative to another country, and as someone with ties to a particular Russian intelligence service. This latter fact was reported by Smirnov in October, 2023.

In December 2023, Smirnov reported to his Handler about a recent overseas trip, where Smirnov attended a meeting with Russian Official 2, who Smirnov has described as a high-ranking member of a specific Russian foreign intelligence service. According to Smirnov, the purpose of the meeting was to discuss a potential resolution to Russia’s war against Ukraine. During this same trip, Smirnov apparently attended a separate meeting with Russian Official 1, the individual who controls groups that are engaged in overseas assassination efforts.

During this meeting with Russian Official 1, Russian Official 1 claimed that another individual, Russian Official 4, the head of a particular unit of a Russian Intelligence Service, ran an intelligence operation at a “club” located at a particular hotel. Smirnov told the FBI Handler that the Russian Intelligence Service intercepted cell phone calls made by guests at the hotel. The Russian Intelligence Service intercepted several calls placed by prominent U.S. persons the Russian government may use as “kompromat” in the 2024 election, depending on who the candidates will be. As described below, this story, which again was relayed by Smirnov to his Handler in/about December, 2023, appears to mirror the story that Smirnov was pushing on investigators and prosecutors during their meeting with him in September, 2023 (in which Smirnov pushed investigators to look into whether Businessperson 1 had been recorded in a foreign hotel).

“Businessperson 1” is the name by which Hunter Biden is referred in the filing.

The filing goes on to note repeatedly that Smirnov’s lies present a current danger of election interference, and outlines the fake story that seems to be the same one he attributed to the assassination squad guy:

Of particular note, Smirnov has reported numerous contacts with Russian Official 1, who has been described by Smirnov in a number of ways, including as the son of a former high-ranking Russian government official, someone who purportedly controls two groups of individuals tasked with carrying out assassination efforts in a third-party country, a Russian representative to another country, and as someone with ties to a particular Russian intelligence service. This latter fact was reported by Smirnov in October, 2023.

In December 2023, Smirnov reported to his Handler about a recent overseas trip, where Smirnov attended a meeting with Russian Official 2, who Smirnov has described as a high-ranking member of a specific Russian foreign intelligence service. According to Smirnov, the purpose of the meeting was to discuss a potential resolution to Russia’s war against Ukraine. During this same trip, Smirnov apparently attended a separate meeting with Russian Official 1, the individual who controls groups that are engaged in overseas assassination efforts.

During this meeting with Russian Official 1, Russian Official 1 claimed that another individual, Russian Official 4, the head of a particular unit of a Russian Intelligence Service, ran an intelligence operation at a “club” located at a particular hotel. Smirnov told the FBI Handler that the Russian Intelligence Service intercepted cell phone calls made by guests at the hotel. The Russian Intelligence Service intercepted several calls placed by prominent U.S. persons the Russian government may use as “kompromat” in the 2024 election, depending on who the candidates will be.

As described below, this story, which again was relayed by Smirnov to his Handler in/about December, 2023, appears to mirror the story that Smirnov was pushing on investigators and prosecutors during their meeting with him in September, 2023 (in which Smirnov pushed investigators to look into whether Businessperson 1 had been recorded in a foreign hotel).

Later in the filing, Weiss warned:

Smirnov’s efforts to spread misinformation about a candidate of one of the two major parties in the United States continues. The Court should consider this conduct as well when evaluating his personal history and characteristics. What this shows is that the misinformation he is spreading is not confined to 2020. He is actively peddling new lies that could impact U.S. elections after meeting with Russian intelligence officials in November. In light of that fact there is a serious risk he will flee in order to avoid accountability for his actions.

There were several other references to the current presidential election warning of Smirnov’s potential to affect the outcome — including that he indicated “bias” against Biden to his FBI handler:

Smirnov transformed his routine and unextraordinary business contacts with Burisma in 2017 and later into bribery allegations against Public Official 1, the presumptive nominee of one of the two major political parties for President, after expressing bias against Public Official 1 and his candidacy.

(T)he false information he provided was not trivial. It targeted the presumptive nominee of one of the two major political parties in the United States. The effects of Smirnov’s false statements and fabricated information continue to be felt to this day.

Harrison Carter
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