Trump vs. Deep State


(To say that Trump is at war with the CIA, since the secret agencies of the world function as the “police force” for the world elite, is to say that he is at war with the east coast establishment (Bushes, Rockefellers, Harrimans, et al) and the aristocracy of Europe (Rothschilds, Warburgs, etc.). We may not ever know whether he wins or loses this war, although at least one writer has proposed that the election of someone like Trump has been timed for a major financial/economic collapse – which seems more and more likely and possibly even prophetic.

In the following excerpts I have added some links. I am putting them in [brackets].)

The Deep State Goes to War With President-Elect, Using Unverified Claims, as Democrats Cheer

January 11 2017

In January 1961, Dwight Eisenhower delivered his farewell address after serving two terms as U.S. president; the five-star general chose to warn Americans of this specific threat to democracy: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the [military-industrial complex]. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.” That warning was issued prior to the decadelong escalation of the Vietnam War, three more decades of Cold War mania, and the post-9/11 era, all of which radically expanded that unelected faction’s power even further.

This is the faction (CIA et al) that is now engaged in open warfare against the duly elected and already widely disliked president-elect, Donald Trump. … Cheering for the CIA and its shadowy allies to unilaterally subvert the U.S. election and impose its own policy dictates on the elected president is both warped and self-destructive. …

For months, the CIA, with unprecedented clarity, overtly threw [its weight behind Hillary] Clinton’s candidacy and sought to defeat Donald Trump. In August, former acting CIA Director Michael Morell announced his endorsement of Clinton in the New York Times and claimed that “Mr. Putin had recruited Mr. Trump as an unwitting agent of the Russian Federation.” The CIA and NSA director under George W. Bush, Gen. Michael Hayden, also endorsed Clinton and went to the Washington Post to warn, in the week before the election, that “Donald Trump really does sound a lot like Vladimir Putin,” … [See The Post and the CIA]

Yesterday … the Deep State unleashed its tawdriest and most aggressive assault yet on Trump: vesting credibility in and then causing the public disclosure of a completely unvetted and unverified document, compiled by a paid, anonymous operative while he was working for both GOP and Democratic opponents of Trump, accusing Trump of a wide range of crimes, corrupt acts, and salacious private conduct. …

Back in October, a political operative and former employee of the British intelligence agency MI6 was being paid by Democrats to dig up dirt on Trump (before that, he was paid by anti-Trump Republicans). He tried to convince countless media outlets to publish a long memo he had written filled with explosive accusations about Trump’s treason, business corruption, and sexual escapades, with the overarching theme that Trump was in servitude to Moscow because they were blackmailing and bribing him.

Despite how many had it, no media outlets published it. That was because these were anonymous claims unaccompanied by any evidence at all … . As the New York Times’ Executive Editor Dean Baquet put it last night, he would not publish these “totally unsubstantiated” allegations because “we, like others, investigated the allegations and haven’t corroborated them, and we felt we’re not in the business of publishing things we can’t stand by.” …

All of that changed yesterday. Why?

What changed was the intelligence community’s resolution to cause this all to become public and to be viewed as credible. In December, John McCain provided a copy of this report to the FBI and demanded they take it seriously.

At some point last week, the chiefs of the intelligence agencies decided to declare that this ex-British intelligence operative was “credible” enough that his allegations warranted briefing both Trump and Obama about them, thus stamping some sort of vague, indirect, and deniable official approval on these accusations. Someone — by all appearances, numerous officials — then went to CNN to tell the network they had done this, causing CNN to go on air and, in the gravest of tones, announce the “Breaking News” that “the nation’s top intelligence officials” briefed Obama and Trump that Russia had compiled information that “compromised President-elect Trump.” … [To see some probably substantiated claims how Trump might be compromised, click here.]

CNN refused to specify what these allegations were on the ground that it could not “verify” them. But with this document in the hands of multiple media outlets, it was only a matter of time … . BuzzFeed quickly obliged, airing all of the unvetted, anonymous claims about Trump. …

By publishing these accusations, BuzzFeed ended … speculation. More importantly, … almost immediately after it was published, the farcical nature of the “dossier” manifested. Not only was its author anonymous, but he was paid by Democrats (and, before that, by Trump’s GOP adversaries) to dig up dirt on Trump. Worse, he himself cited no evidence of any kind but instead relied on a string of other anonymous people in Russia he claims told him these things. Worse still, the document was filled with amateur errors. …

None of this stopped Democratic operatives and prominent media figures from treating these totally unverified and unvetted allegations as grave revelations. …

There is a real danger here that this maneuver could harshly backfire … . If any of the significant claims in this “dossier” turn out to be provably false — such as Cohen’s trip to Prague — many people will conclude, with Trump’s encouragement, that large media outlets (CNN and BuzzFeed) and anti-Trump factions inside the government (CIA) are deploying “[Fake News]” to destroy him. …

Beyond that, the threat posed by submitting ourselves to the CIA and [empowering it to reign supreme] outside of the democratic process is — as Eisenhower warned — an even more severe danger. … That’s especially true when the entity behind which so many are rallying is one with a long and [deliberate history] of [lying], [propaganda], [war crimes], torture, and the [worst atrocities imaginable]. …

As my colleague Sam Biddle argued last week after disclosure of the farcical intelligence community [report on Russian hacking] — one that even Putin’s foes mocked as a bad joke — the utter lack of evidence for these allegations means “we need an independent, resolute inquiry.” But until then, assertions that are unaccompanied by evidence and disseminated anonymously should be treated with the utmost skepticism — not lavished with convenience-driven gullibility.

Most important of all, the legitimate and effective tactics for opposing Trump [the author is a liberal] are being utterly drowned by these irrational, desperate, ad hoc crusades … .

There are solutions to Trump. … Whatever those solutions are, venerating the intelligence community, begging for its intervention, and equating its dark and dirty assertions as Truth are most certainly not among them. …

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