Take a Look at Who President Biden Just Nominated for the Presidential Intelligence Advisory Board

The list of Biden’s mistakes just keeps getting longer. One of his last major blunders came when he announced a new round of nominees for different positions in his administration.
Former CIA Chief of staff Jeremy Bash was nominated to have a seat on the Presidential Intelligence Advisory Board.
The White House released this glowing report about this grand nomination:
“Jeremy Bash served as Chief of Staff at the CIA and the U.S. Department of Defense, in both roles for Secretary Leon Panetta. Bash held multiple roles on Capitol Hill, including as Chief Counsel of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and as Counsel to Congresswoman Jane Harman. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Intelligence Medal, the Clandestine Service’s Donovan Award, the CIA Director’s Award, and the Department of Defense Distinguished Public Service Medal. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Georgetown University and Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review.”
“Mr. Bash is currently a Managing Director of Beacon Global Strategies, an advisory firm he co-founded in 2013, and he serves on the boards of directors for two technology companies, as well as the board of directors for the Truman Center for National Policy and the International Spy Museum,” the release continued.
So what’s the problem?
During the 2020 presidential election, Bash was one of 51 former and current intelligence officials who signed a letter focused on Hunter Biden’s laptop. This is the same laptop that contained verification and confirmation that President Joe Biden was involved in his son’s shady overseas business dealings, and connection with hostile governments.
What was in the letter that Bash signed?
It declared the report about the First Son’s laptop was “Russian disinformation.”
And now Biden is nominating this guy to sit on the Presidential Intelligence Advisory Board?