Report: CIA Colluded With Foreign Governments In The Past!
Reports are now suggesting former CIA Director John Brennan actively worked with foreign spies to help Hillary Clinton and target President Trump prior to the 2016 general election, per The American Spectator.
An article in The Guardian last week conceded that the Obama administration did, in fact, receive information on the Trump campaign from the intelligence wings of foreign entities.
Check it out:
“Britain’s spy agencies played a crucial role in alerting their counterparts in Washington to contacts between members of Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russian intelligence operatives, the Guardian has been told.
GCHQ first became aware in late 2015 of suspicious “interactions” between figures connected to Trump and known or suspected Russian agents, a source close to UK intelligence said. This intelligence was passed to the US as part of a routine exchange of information, they added…”
It is understood that GCHQ was at no point carrying out a targeted operation against Trump or his team or proactively seeking information.
The alleged conversations were picked up by chance as part of routine surveillance of Russian intelligence assets.
Over several months, different agencies targeting the same people began to see a pattern of connections that were flagged to intelligence officials in the US…
The claims prompted an extremely unusual rebuke from GCHQ, which generally refrains from commenting on all intelligence matters.
The agency described the allegations first made by a former judge turned media commentator, Andrew Napolitano, as “nonsense”.
The American Spectator heavily criticized the style the article was written in, claiming it treated the parties involved as though they were simply following procedure or doing their jobs, and failed to adequately portray the seriousness of their actions.
“The Guardian story is written in a style designed to flatter its sources (they are cast as high-minded whistleblowers), but the upshot of it is devastating for them, nonetheless, and explains why all the criminal leaks against Trump first originated in the British press.
According to the story, Brennan got his anti-Trump tips primarily from British spies but also Estonian spies and others.
The story confirms that the seed of the espionage into Trump was planted by Estonia.
The BBC’s Paul Wood reported last year that the intelligence agency of an unnamed Baltic State had tipped Brennan off in April 2016 to a conversation purporting to show that the Kremlin was funneling cash into the Trump campaign.
Any other CIA director would have disregarded such a flaky tip, recognizing that Estonia was eager to see Trump lose (its officials had bought into Hillary’s propaganda that Trump was going to pull out of NATO and leave Baltic countries exposed to Putin).
But Brennan opportunistically seized on it, as he later that summer seized on the half-baked intelligence of British spy agencies (also full of officials who wanted to see Trump lose).
In a final one-two punch by George Neumayr, he says:
“Liberals pompously quote the saying — “the bigger the lie, the more it will be believed” — even as their media enshrine it.
Historians will look back on 2016 and marvel at the audacity of its big lie: whispers of an imaginary Trump-Russia collusion that wafted up from the fever swamps of a real collusion between John Brennan and foreign powers seeking Trump’s defeat.”