WASHINGTON. Reported as yet another bombshell, Fake-news CNN claims a Kremlin spy working for America was extracted from Russia because President Trump’s mishandling of classified information threatened to expose the Kremlin infiltrator, endangering his life.
Fake-news CNN cavalcade
According to CNN’s Jim Sciutto,
“Multiple Trump administration officials with direct knowledge tell me that in a previously undisclosed secret mission in 2017, the US successfully extracted from Russia one of its highest-level covert sources inside the Russian government.
“Knowledge of the Russian covert source’s existence was highly restricted within the US government. According to one source, there was no equal alternative inside the Russian government providing both insight and information on [President Vladimir] Putin.
“A person directly involved in the discussions said that the removal of the Russian was driven in part by concerns that President Trump and his administration repeatedly mishandled classified intelligence and could contribute to exposing the covert source as a spy.”
There is just one problem with the story. It contains one glaring lie.
A broken clock is right twice a day
As reported by – amazingly enough – The New York Times,
“Former intelligence officials said there was no public evidence that Mr. Trump directly endangered the source, and other current American officials insisted that media scrutiny of the agency’s sources alone was the impetus for the extraction.”
And then the Times says something very interesting about our Kremlin “asset,”
“Some operatives had other reasons to suspect the source could be a double agent, according to two former officials, but they declined to explain further.”
A double agent?
Russia’s hope for change
As you know, Fake-news CNN continues to report on the phony Trump/Russia collusion conspiracy theory as though it’s still in play. They simply ignore the report by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller that found no evidence suggesting members of the Trump campaign worked with Russia to deny Hillary Clinton the Oval Office.
But here are the seeds to a more plausible conspiracy theory:
- We know CNN hired the Obama administration’s Director for National Intelligence, James Clapper.
- Further, we know Clapper lied in testimony to Congress when he said Deep State agencies did not collect the private email and cellphone data of millions of Americans.
- We also know Clapper told CNN’s dwindling audience last February that President Trump was likely an “asset” of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Now CNN issues a fake-news report, whose main purpose seems to be the introduction of a questionable Kremlin asset into the American consciousness. One Obama’s CIA decided “in late 2016 to offer to extract… from Russia,” said The New York Times.
An alternative theory
Let’s look at Trump-hating James Clapper, the man who oversaw Obama’s Deep State and now works for Fake-news CNN. Could we plausibly assume he serves as a primary source of the news network’s disinformation effort?
What odds do we have that the possible double agent in question turns out as one of the Kremlin sources. In fact, one of the Kremlin sources cited by British spy Christopher Steele in his discredited anti-Trump dossier?
Could one of Rep. Jerry Adler’s committees summon this Kremlin asset to appear before the committee. That could help in preparing the groundwork for impeachment?
Could the continuing coup attempt by Democrats against President Trump be the culmination of an understanding reached between President Obama and his Russian counterparts before the 2012 US presidential election?
After all, TV news addicts heard Obama on an open mic telling outgoing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev:
“After my election I have more flexibility.”
To which Medvedev replied:
“I will transmit this information to Vladimir [Putin].”
If this more plausible Russian conspiracy theory pans out, it suggests President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are the true Kremlin “assets” that aided Vladimir Putin’s failed plot to determine the outcome of the 2016 American presidential election.
Top Image: CNN’s Jim Sciutto (left). CNN screen capture.