Trump threatens CIA

Deep state theatens worse

By Mark Luedtke

It’s no secret the fake news campaign against then-candidate Trump was the most outrageous in modern politics, but the lengths to which the establishment is going to discredit him after his victory are more outrageous. Rulers first deployed the fake story about Russia hacking the election. While news stories talked about supposed Russian hackers hacking the DNC—we’ve since learned an insider leaked the Podesta emails, not Russian hackers—but the headlines were designed to make many believe Russia hacked voting machines. Bloggers like Christopher Keelty keep that myth alive by bloviating, “There is no evidence that Russia hacked American voting machines, but reporters and experts overstep when they claim it definitely did not happen.”

Then rulers made up the bizarre story about Trump and Russian prostitutes. They’re panicked.

These actions beg the question of why the establishment fears President Trump so much. Antiwar.com explains, “Deals on the exact nature of the changes are still being sorted out, but President-elect Donald Trump reportedly plans to revamp multiple U.S. intelligence agencies, particularly the CIA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, with a primary goal of shrinking them considerably.”

Uh-oh. The last president who threatened to clean house at the CIA was assassinated in Dallas, making it clear who really rules the U.S. Top bureaucrats at the CIA, NSA, FBI, the Pentagon, and other agencies along with corporate contractors, bankers, and CEOs, make up what’s called the deep state, national security state, or shadow government. They really rule the U.S., not the constitutional government schools teach us about.

The mainstream media is their propaganda tool. Since Operation Mockingbird, which officially lasted from the 1940s to the 1970s, the CIA has pulled the strings of the media in the U.S. and other countries. It has long, strong ties with The Washington Post, which have strengthened since Jeff Bezos bought the paper because he has a $600 million contract to provide cloud services to the CIA. When the media attack Trump, especially WaPo, think CIA.

Rulers have become so brazen, that CNN has openly discussed assassinating Trump. Breitbart recently reported, “On the Wednesday, January 18 broadcast of CNN’s The Situation Room, host Wolf Blitzer aired a segment with a chyron featuring the headline ‘Developing Now.’ During that ‘developing’ segment, Blitzer and correspondent Brian Todd discussed what would happen if the unthinkable occurred on January 20. Blitzer introduced the segment, saying, ‘What if an incoming president and his immediate successors were wiped out on day one?’ And from there, CNN contributor Brian Todd took over to outline the line of succession if an attack blew up the inaugural dais, killing both Trump and Pence.”

If he had run a similar segment before President Obama was first inaugurated, it would have been bye-bye Blitzer.

Senator Chuck Schumer recently acknowledged the deep state’s intimidating rule to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow: “Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday to get back at you,” The Daily Mail reports. “Schumer said he didn’t know what agents would or could do to Trump. ‘But from what I am told, they are very upset with how he has treated them and talked about them,’ he said.”

Economist William Anderson wonders if this is Schumer’s dog-whistle calling for the deep state to assassinate Trump. This isn’t as preposterous as it might sound. One of Trump’s advisors was recently poisoned with polonium.

Furthermore, the New York Post reports, “Intelligence officials told the Journal that they are ultimately disgusted with the President-elect’s social media behavior and disapproval of the CIA. ‘It’s appalling,’ one official said. ‘No president has ever taken on the CIA and come out looking good.’”

That sounds like a threat.

And since U.S. rulers ultimately strive to rule the world, it’s no surprise foreigners participate. Justin Raimondo informs, “Oh, the irony! Amid all the accusations of foreign interference in the election, the first solid indication of it showed up with the publication of a slanderous unsourced memo written by a ‘former’ British intelligence agent accusing Donald Trump of various ‘perversions’ and claiming he’s vulnerable to blackmail by those evil Russkies.”

So far, these attacks have backfired, but they were hastily arranged and amateurish. With time and resources, future attacks will improve. Trump is smart to maintain his private security, but they’ll be blamed if he gets assassinated.

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Mark Luedtke
Reach DCP freelance writer Mark Luedtke at MarkLuedtke@DaytonCityPaper.com.

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