Why Did President-Elect Biden Choose Someone To Run The CIA With No Experience?


As Joe Biden continues to flesh out his cabinet and White House staff, I’m seriously beginning to wonder if anyone is actually advising him on these picks. 

We already discussed his curious choice of Gina Raimondo for Commerce, and now he’s made an even stranger selection.

For some reason, Uncle Joe has tapped former Deputy Secretary of State William Burns to take charge at the CIA. 

The 64-year-old Burns certainly has plenty of experience in the swamp, having served under multiple administrations, but he’s a career diplomat. There is virtually nothing in his record to suggest that he has any experience in the intelligence community, and that’s only the beginning of his shortcomings. (Associated Press) 

WNU Editor: He was primarily chosen for one reason above all others. Loyalty to Joe Biden.