4 thoughts on “Who Is Behind All the Misuse of Intelligence Agencies?

  1. Pin the tail on the donkey. John Brennan et al were responsible

    The US Intelligence Community asked foreign spy agencies to surveil 26 associates of Donald Trump in the run-up to the 2016 election, which triggered the allegations that the former president’s campaign had been colluding with Russia, according to a report.

    Former CIA Director John Brennan identified and presented the targets to the US’s intelligence-sharing partners in the so-called “Five Eyes” agencies – the intelligence-gathering organizations in the US, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand – according to a report published Monday on Michael Shellenberger’s Public Substack.

    The US intelligence community had “identified” the 26 Trump associates “as people to ‘bump,’ or make contact with or manipulate,” one source told the outlet.

    In spy-speak, “bumping” is when a reason is manufactured to meet with a target of interest in order to develop a relationship that could lead to intelligence.

    Intelligence related to the alleged surveillance effort is housed in a “10-inch binder,” according to the outlet, which Trump, ordered to be declassified at the end of his presidency and could contain evidence that “multiple US intelligence officials broke laws against spying and election interference.”

    The whereabouts of the alleged thick binder are unknown.

  2. The vid states that Condoleezza Rice was asking for continued surveillance during transition . Didn’t they mean to say Susan Rice?

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