Re: More lies and fake news by CNN
derp, derp, derp, derp, derp
Date: September 11, 2019 01:23PM
spy vs spy Wrote:
> The way I see it is President Donald Trump has
> privately and repeatedly expressed opposition to
> the use of foreign intelligence from covert
> sources, including overseas spies who provide the
> US government with crucial information about
> hostile countries. This statement is based on what
> has been said publicly by multiple senior
> officials who served under Trump.
> Trump has also privately concluded foreign spies
> can damage relations with their host countries and
> undermine HIS personal relationships with their
> leaders, the same sources confided. The President
> "believes we shouldn't be doing that to each
> other," one former Trump administration official
> told CNN.
> "It's just not polite!"
> In addition to his fear such foreign intelligence
> sources will damage his relationship with foreign
> leaders, Trump has expressed doubts about the
> credibility of the information they provide.
> Another former senior intelligence official told
> CNN yesterday that Trump "believes they're people
> who are selling out their country."
> CNN notes that there is indeed a pattern here, and
> it should remind all of us of the time Trump was
> just appalled that the CIA might have been using
> Kim Jong Un's brother Kim Jong Nam (whom Trump's
> best boy, the dictator of North Korea, had
> murdered in the airport in Malaysia in 2017) as a
> source. Trump promised Kim during one of his White
> House lawn stitch 'n' bitch sessions that
> something like that would never happen under his
> "auspices." Yes, Donald Trump The Smart President
> used the word "auspices" there, because of how he
> is good at speaking English.
> So there you have it. On top of how Trump really
> wants to get rid of our most important sources
> inside the Russian government for obvious reasons,
> to protect himself from being exposed for what he
> really is, he apparently also just wants to get
> rid of spying in general. And of course, he views
> highly classified information as a toy to play
> with, something he can share with the Russian
> foreign minister if he wants, or if he wants to
> put it on Twitter, like he did with those Iranian
> satellite photos earlier this month, he does that
> too. Whatever baby wants, baby gets!