Accuracy in Media

Isn’t it strange how the left suddenly finds the CIA to be a worthwhile organization now that it has been turned into a weapon against Trump?

We need congressional investigations into the politicization of the CIA under John Brennan, whose claim to fame has been bringing sexual “diversity” to the agency. Perhaps he should have been doing his job, which is to defend the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

Reuters reports, “The overseers of the U.S. intelligence community have not embraced a CIA assessment that Russian cyber attacks were aimed at helping Republican President-elect Donald Trump win the 2016 election, three American officials said on Monday.” Reuters reported that the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (or ODNI) “does not dispute the CIA’s analysis of Russian hacking operations,” but “it has not endorsed their assessment because of a lack of conclusive evidence that Moscow intended to boost Trump.”

All of this flatly contradicts the fake news story in The New York Times that the CIA judgment on Russia was built on a “swell of evidence.” It is evidence not seen by other intelligence agencies and the FBI. Even the CBS Evening News reports that the “FBI has not concluded its investigation into this, but so far it is not siding with the CIA.”

Common sense tells you that Moscow was perfectly content to let Hillary win, and probably thought she would win. After all, Hillary sold out America to Moscow’s interests with a Russian reset that failed and opened the door to more Russian aggression. Her State Department also sold American uranium assets to Moscow. She was the perfect Russian dupe.

This whole discussion in the media about the Russians backing Trump is fake news.

The obvious conclusion is that Brennan is on a mission to overturn the election through propaganda and disinformation. This is not only the last gasp of sore losers but represents corruption of the intelligence process.

If the purpose of the Russian hacking was to undermine confidence in the American democratic process, as some “experts” originally thought, Brennan’s CIA is doing a good job of that.

House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes has sent a letter to James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, saying, “On November 17, 2016, you told the Committee during an open hearing that the IC [Intelligence Community] lacked strong evidence connecting Russian govemment cyber-attacks and WikiLeaks disclosures, testifying that ‘as far as the WikiLeaks connection, the evidence there is not as strong and we don’t have good insight into the sequencing of the releases or when the data may have been provided.’ According to new press reports, this is no longer the CIA’s position.”

The WikiLeaks disclosures, of course, involved hacked emails from the Clinton campaign.

The CIA position “changed” because Brennan saw an opportunity to use the controversy againt Trump. Nunes refers to the CIA’s “reported revision of information previously conveyed to this Committee.” Once again, we see evidence that the CIA is making things up.

There is no doubt that WikiLeaks has worked for the Russians. Julian Assange himself worked for the Russian propaganda channel RT. But that doesn’t constitute evidence that the emails were stolen by the Russians and given to WikiLeaks.

It now seems clear that the CIA is going far beyond what the evidence in its possession actually shows. This means that the original story in The Washington Post was based on misleading, if not false, information. That story was headlined, “Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White House.”

In short, the Post was duped by Brennan’s CIA. This constitutes a case of the intelligence community using a major media organ to mislead the American people. Since Post owner Jeff Bezos does business with the CIA, this is a matter of utmost concern.

In a statement, Nunes said, “Russia’s cyber-attacks are no surprise to the House Intelligence Committee, which has been closely monitoring Russia’s belligerence for years—as I’ve said many times, the Intelligence Community has repeatedly failed to anticipate Putin’s hostile actions. Unfortunately the Obama administration, dedicated to delusions of ‘resetting’ relations with Russia, ignored pleas by numerous Intelligence Committee members to take more forceful action against the Kremlin’s aggression. It appears, however, that after eight years the administration has suddenly awoken to the threat.”

Obama’s CIA director “woke up” because it was politically convenient for him to do so. He’s trying to exploit the Russian cyber-attacks, which the CIA and other agencies failed to prevent, for political purposes.

Even more sensational than Brennan is former CIA official Michael Morell, who openly backed Hillary. He declared, “A foreign government messing around in our elections is, I think, an existential threat to our way of life. To me, and this is to me not an overstatement, this is the political equivalent of 9/11.”

It seems clear at this point that the corruption in the media has spread to the CIA.

An investigation is certainly needed. It should be conducted into the various former and current CIA officials who have been using the agency and their associations with the agency to wage war against the duly-elected president of the United States.

It may turn out to be the case that the real government meddling in our elections has been from the Obama administration and its CIA.




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Comments

  • Gravitas Max

    Same corrupt CIA that has provided the intelligence for the Neocon Middle East wars.

  • Captainrp

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  • Keith_Vlasak

    It’s amazing how totally the government has become a political weapon under the Obama administration. The fanatics running the EPA are more radical than any group ever. The DOJ and IRS are openly partisan and political — but scarier is that the FBI, CIA, NSA, and ATF cannot be trusted. How could this happen? It probably has something to do with DC politicins being loyal to each other and the big money that comes their way (specifically thinking how Ryan and McConnell seem much more supportive of any accusations Obama makes against Republicans than they are supportive of their own party).

  • Ted

    What’s the end result of always pissing on the other guy’s head? Gingrich started the overt practice some 20 years ago … and where has it gotten us? Worst 20 years ever in American politics and totally failed governance in Washington.

  • biilyjoe

    Brennan is another confused jesuit-educated/spawned marxist who thinks Marx and Jesus are one and the same. But he may have taken the left-loon influenced insanity one step further: it has been rumored for years that he’s a convert to Islam. No wonder Obama appointed him– best to have a Taqiyyah LIAR with white skin covering for the mullah than ,say, a jeh johnson/obama ‘look-alike’ shill.

  • alex

    any president of the US SHOULD question the workings of the CIA & trump has the balls to do so. ‘power tends to corrupt & absolute power corrupts absolutely.’- lord acton.

  • jaimelmanzano

    Responsible Public Service

    The Brennan CIA “leaks” makes it necessary to remind career public
    servants just what their responsibilities are, or should be, in
    governance.

    To begin with,
    merchants of interests, like birds of prey, circle the conflicts of
    Washington, making a living influencing policy. What emerges all to
    frequently are laws and policies that are turgid, and imprecise, the
    result of bloody, and exhausting bare knuckle brawls. These battles,
    having fed the lust of paying customers, become the fodder of the media
    and are recorded, imprecisely, by the partisan press, and opinion
    weeklies. Later, the more considered elaborations of learned journals,
    like the third stomachs of camels, ruminate over the written word to
    highlight the verbal dingbats hurled that serve as grinding stones in
    the digestive tract of history.

    Under these
    trying circumstances, a hard lesson for a career public servants is to
    resist the temptation to become a participant in the engagement. While
    most novices in public service come with a calling to make a difference
    that fits their political values and preferences, they learn, or ought
    to learn, that their responsibility is to advise, and then to carry out
    the decisions of elected officials, not to make policy. Public servants
    these days, judges included, seem to be usurping the roles of elected
    officials more and more, which makes for interesting career and
    political moments, but……

    Interventions by the
    unelected ought to leave in their wake a series of necessary
    clarifications and adjustments defining the intent of the duly
    elected. Occasionally, and with some frequency these days, they aim
    deliberately at effecting serious policy changes satisfying personal
    preferences and beliefs that overstep the role of professional public
    servants. These acts are cultivated, tolerated and excused by the media
    for their own reasons. While gaining notoriety and momentary
    admiration, informers are more likely than not expressing personal
    hubris and arrogance. Public servants who lend themselves to such
    interventions, like Cassius in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, have a lean
    and hungry look about them. They are not to be trusted and, were they
    to emerge from the shadows, deserve to be remembered for such a
    character flaw and failing ….forever.

    Jaime L. Manzano,
    Federal Executive and Foreign Service Officer (Retired) 7904 Park
    Overlook Drive, Bethesda, MD 20817, (301) 365-4781

  • jug

    In reality, Gingrich started the “outing” of the bastards!
    But it takes more than one man to make any inroads to such a highly populated conspiracy!

    Their dastardly actions are just now starting to be recognized by the common person, thank God!

  • Oldchopper

    Scratching at the bottom of the barrel again to gain a semblance of credibility. To late folks. The progressive Left and Right spent their credibility going along with Obama the past 7.9 years. I can’t wait to see what they have in store on inauguration day. I’ll venture to speculate that their friends in ISIS will be involved. That’s their so-called progressive identified “illegal citizens”.

  • bush is not a neocon!!!

  • leakinlena

    NYT = “All the News that’s Fit to Fake”

  • “Perhaps he should have been doing his job, which is to defend the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

    Sorry, CIA is expressly forbidden by law from dealing with domestic matters.

    The problem here is in part they are dabbling in domestic affairs.

  • PJ London

    There is absolutely no evidence that anyone in the CIA, FBI or any other agency has said that Russia was behind the election. What you have is WAPO and NYT saying that they have sources, which they can never disclose said something but they cannot say what.
    Why should we trust WAPO and NYT?
    Hillary has done what she aimed to do.
    This whole “Russia” nonsense was to take the attention away from the CONTENT of the leaked e-mails.
    The machinations and lies and deceit of the DNC was exposed and if the discussion had been on what was shown, the DNC could never allow the Bernie supporters to see what they had done to put Hillary in as the delegate. Bernie’s people would have stayed away from the election in disgust.
    So they poisoned the messenger.
    Every time the e-mails were mentioned, the DNC and MSM went hysterical about “Russia did it”, and successfully diverted any discussion from the content.
    They lost anyway, had they won, then it would have died a natural death.
    Now they are dreaming that they can mount a legal challenge based on ‘Foreign Interference” ain’t going to happen, but then most of their attempts in the last 12 months have failed.
    Obama’s strategy :
    Plan A : win vote
    Plan B : win recount
    Plan C : win Electoral College
    Plan D : win court challenge on “foreign intervention”
    Plan E : declare war on Russia
    Plan F : play golf (oh yes, get CIA to shoot Bill and Hill before they can pin the blame on me.)

  • Sayan

    I find it funny how nobody(except for Trump) condemns the fact that the media has been trying to interfere with our elections.

  • Lndzrc

    The DOJ is also corrupt – Loretta Lynch, head of the DOJ, had her appointment spearheaded by Peter Kadzik, the lifelong best friend of John Podesta, Hillary’s campaign manager. Also Peter Kadzik was put in charge of the Weiner emails.

  • Lndzrc

    He will need our prayers. The head of the DOJ, FBI, and CIA are all corrupt.

  • Lndzrc

    The DOJ, FBI, CIA, and NYPD are all corrupt.

  • Renee

    Agree till you include NYPD

  • Lndzrc

    NYPD are good people but Loretta Lynch of the DOJ had the head of the FBI muzzled when it comes to those the Rothschild family protects. Hopefully with Trump this will stop. Loretta Lynch’s appointment was spearheaded by Peter Kadzik (The best friend & attorney for Podesta, Hillary’s campaign manager). Peter Kadzik was also put in charge of the 650,000 Weiner emails.

  • Lndzrc

    The mainstream media is controlled by the Rothschild family who backed Hillary.