Blinken You’ll Miss It

by Jon Herold, aka “Patel Patriot”

If you’re actually willing to look for it, there is no shortage of corruption and conflicts of interest surrounding the current Biden administration. 

In the past 3 weeks, there has been a flurry of new information coming out surrounding the narrative battle that took place in the Fall of 2020 over the legitimacy of the Hunter Biden laptop. One of the biggest revelations to so far came from the House Judiciary Committee. On April 20th, 2023, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner (R-OH) issued a press release titled “New Testimony Reveals Secretary Blinken and Biden Campaign Behind the Infamous Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Laptop:”

This bombshell showed us that the Biden campaign actively sought to shape the public’s perception of the Hunter Biden Laptop story by prompting the signing and release of this letter. The man from the Biden campaign allegedly behind these actions was current Secretary of State, Antony Blinken. On its own, this is remarkable, but I think there is much more to it. 

Let’s revisit another notable situation that took place in 2020 related to the Hunter Biden Laptop. 


On December 19, 2022, Michael Shellenberger revealed during a “Twitter File” threadthat the Aspen Institute, a liberal think tank, held a “tabletop exercise” on a potential “Hack-and-Dump” operation relating to Hunter Biden. The goal of this exercise was to “shape how the media covered it.”

From the Washington Free Beacon:

Garrett Graff, Director of Cyber Initiatives at Aspen Digital (a part of the Aspen Institute), was one of the organizers of the tabletop exercise. On October 7th, 2020, one week before the New York Post published the laptop story, Graff published an article for Wired detailing the lessons learned from the tabletop exercise he helped organize.

I urge you to read the full article for full context but here are a few key screenshots:

My personal favorite of those “four C’s” is “contextualize:

The Washington Post, who had reporters attend the “tabletop exercise,” also appeared to have advanced knowledge that the Hunter Biden information was coming.

My favorite of those five principles:

2020 Vision

In hindsight, both the tabletop exercise and the letter signed by the IC officials appear to be part of the same coordinated campaign to discredit the Hunter Biden information that they clearly knew would be coming. That is a logical assumption we can make based on the available information. 

The “tabletop exercise” provided the roadmap for how the media, big tech, and social media companies would handle the release of the Hunter Biden “hack and dump” information. The letter signed by the 51 IC officials would give those same companies the justification they needed to bury the story. 

It was alleged by Michael Morrell that Antony Blinken was the individual from the Biden Campaign who prompted the letter. Was he also the one who prompted the tabletop exercise?

With that question in mind, I started digging into Antony Blinken and the Aspen Institute. What I did find was damning enough. But what I didn’t find tells me there is an even bigger story here.

Without a doubt, Antony Blinken is a former member of Aspen Institute, the same think tank which hosted the tabletop exercise regarding the Hunter Biden “hack-and-dump.”

— There’s more. Read the rest at

By Radiopatriot

Retired Talk Radio Host, Retired TV reporter/anchor, Retired Aerospace Public Relations Mgr, Retired Newspaper Columnist, Political Activist * Telegram/Radiopatriot * Telegram/Andrea Shea King Gettr/radiopatriot * TRUTHsocial/Radiopatriot

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