The Democrat peanut gallery has gone batshit crazy over the chance to humiliate Trump, but what the hell is the alleged crime?
Whether U.S. sanctions against Russia were mentioned or not, the notion that an elected president or his designees – during a transition – can have no meaningful contact with diplomats whom they may need to deal with in a matter of weeks represents a particularly contentious interpretation of a law that has never been tested in a court of law and may well represent an unconstitutional infringement on free speech and dissent.
“A game is being played with the security of our country.”
CIA Phoenix Program was model for Department of Homeland Security.
Jimmy Dore addressed this in his podcast. When he did, it dawned on me why Barack Obama may have done this. This is a hypothetical…
“Jimmy – Let me play devil’s advocate for a second.
Authorities are also pushing back against the perception that the CIA workforce was cheering for the president. They say the first three rows in front of the president were largely made up of supporters of Mr. Trump’s campaign.
An official with knowledge of the make-up of the crowd says that there were about 40 people who’d been invited by the Trump, Mike Pence and Rep. Mike Pompeo teams. The Trump team expected Rep. Pompeo, R-Kansas, to be sworn in during the event as the next CIA director, but the vote to confirm him was delayed on Friday by Senate Democrats. Also sitting in the first several rows in front of the president was the CIA’s senior leadership, which was not cheering the remarks.
I suspected that Donald’s proclamations of healing all those rifts was a bit premature. The CIA brass is firmly against him, and the clapping was from his own people.
I’ve had my issues with foundation-funded outlet Alternet for a lot of years. I am actually banned from their website. I guess they never figured out how to ban criticism from Facebook…
The CIA’s covert wars on Russia and its allies have been a danger to us all. An existential threat. We have been at the brink of nuclear war this year.
How can Morley ignore the current state of the world as he delves into this minor issue about unproven allegations from CIA spooks? How much of this article is spin?
The bulk of it is a single CIA officer’s opinions.
I’ve come across Jefferson Morley before, as he investigates the JFK hit, while never acknowledging the glaringly obvious: the CIA killed Kennedy.
He goes out of his way to throw in a 9/11 reference, but never acknowledges the Treason at the heart of the plot: CIA knew Al Qaeda cells were inside the USA for 16 months! This was admitted in a 2005 CIA Inspector General report, and Richard Clarke has gone out of his way to point a finger at George Tenet. Morley completely ignores the actual CIA malfeasance which allowed the 9/11 attacks to occur at all, and instead harps on the well known (limited hangout ) presidential daily brief, which is the equivalent of a magician waving a colorful hankerchief around.
If Morley would like to go toe to toe over the 9/11 attacks, my schedule is wide open.
9/11 & 28 Pages of Treason