CIA Director Pompeo Targets WikiLeaks, Assange – Cover, Prep For More Deep State Action?

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For those of us who didn’t know much about the current CIA Director, Mike Pompeo, his Thursday speech at the Center for Strategic and International Studies should be enough to send shivers down the spines of freedom-loving Americans. This guy makes John Brennan look like Mr. Rogers or Captain Kangaroo.

Pompeo attacked the organization that exposed not only large amounts of the corruption, much of it still un-investigated and ignored, within the Clinton camp, but also the ability of the CIA to cloak their own domestic spying. That was how they deceived Congress into accepting their claims of various “foreign” sources of espionage acts and hacks. Put plainly, Assange revealed that the CIA can make any of their hacks look like the Russians or another country did it. Now they’re beating the war drum based upon that very Russian hacking claim, still not showing us the goods but repeating the assertions until they become accepted as “facts.”

What seems to have Pompeo really upset is that Assange stole their plausible deniability and greatly diminishing their already limited credibility. We’re told Obama didn’t spy on Americans, but those fake CIA Russians sure might have, eh boys?

Those were acts against all Americans, yet this guy is attempting to stir up outrage by the American people against the whistleblower? It’s curious that President Trump, rather than cutting Assange some slack in recognition for his service, has his own CIA Director throwing down the gauntlet. Speaking for the CIA, Pompeo says he finds the support among the American people and internationally for Assange “to be both perplexing and deeply troubling.” We’re thinking the same thing about what you’re saying, Mike.

Pompeo isn’t stupid, so he can stuff the lame “perplexing” dramatics. He’s prepping Assange or the American people for something, perhaps another document release is imminent, or it’s a warning or perhaps their about to take some sort of action. Perhaps there’s something special in their bag of tricks that will make Assange look like a villain, a false flag of some sort that will compel the world and the Ecuadorians to hand him over. Maybe they’re just going to go in and get him.

He speaks to the motivations of Assange as being purely attention-driven. It’s something he probably can’t say with any certainty but he’s entitled to his opinion. This guy who now commands the globalist-riddled, deep state CIA is portraying the chief individual who revealed their unlawful, rogue activities as the bad guy and labeling WikiLeaks as a hostile intelligence service. That might fly with some brainwashed lock-steppers but thinking folks are going to have their doubts.

Pompeo promoted the Russia hoax officially, saying, “In January of this year, our intelligence community determined that Russian military intelligence, the GRU, had used WikiLeaks to release data of US victims that the GRU had obtained through cyber operations against the Democrat national committee.”

If that’s true, Pompeo, they’re hardly victims, they’re Democrat crooks, people the Trump administration promised would face justice. Now you’re railing against those who exposed their crimes? What’s this all about? And while we’re on the subject of DNC leaks, who killed Seth Rich and why did the Democrats refuse to allow the servers upon which the information was supposedly hosted to be inspected by the FBI?

And if you’re so concerned about cyber-security, why no investigation into the Clinton stolen secrets on her bootleg server? Are you just waiting for it to eventually go away without ever being investigated properly because she’s above the law and knows where the bodies are buried? Is this a distraction intended to shift the attention or to intensify the rhetoric so an invasion of Syria and the resulting hostilities with Russia will be more universally accepted as something they “had coming to them?”

Pompeo went on to personally attack Assange while losing whatever little credibility he hadn’t yet destroyed by referring to the New York Times and Washington Post as “legitimate news organizations.” That $600 million contract with the CIA Post owner Jeff Bezos’ Amazon signed for hosting servers hasn’t influenced your perception of who and what is a legitimate or fake news service, has it Mike?

They’re leftist propagandists, you’re in the Trump administration. They falsely attacked our president, so why are you defending them? To borrow your words again, it’s perplexing and troubling.

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14 Comments on CIA Director Pompeo Targets WikiLeaks, Assange – Cover, Prep For More Deep State Action?

  1. I haven’t ever seen or heard any reports of positive achievement by the CIA. As far as I’m concerned, it is a criminal enterprise that has seriously hurt our nation’s reputation all around the world. What a miserable place it must be to work. After listening to Pompeo, I’d say he is the perfect guy to continue their tradition. What an ahole. A pompous b’tard. Other things I can’t say on here. Trump is really screwing-up on some of his appointments.

  2. shirley roberts // April 14, 2017 at 12:10 pm // Reply

    The CIA needs to be totally cleaned out and others hired to replace them. They are a bunch of drug running, gun running, country destroying slime balls who spy on all of us when it is them that needs to be spied on.

  3. Un America dumb fart Pompeo needs a corn cob stuck up his ass and placed on a leaking boat to no where.

  4. Kelleigh Nelson // April 14, 2017 at 10:38 am // Reply

    As far as Assange and Snowden go, I’m convinced they are American heroes…especially Assange. My hubby is not totally convinced about Snowden, but hey, I don’t want either of them dead like some of these people in Trump’s administration have said…did Trump even say it?
    If he did, he’s not aware of the great service that Assange did for him with all the thousands of emails we were privy to prior to the election

  5. Kelleigh Nelson // April 14, 2017 at 10:36 am // Reply

    Never have liked the guy. From my article IS A SHADOW GOVT. TRYING TO TAKE DOWN THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION…

    Prior to Flynn’s departure, Pompeo recently rejected a request for an elite security clearance for Flynn’s Senior Director for Africa, Robin Townley, required for service on the National Security Council, when Townley had received this clearance previously.

    He also recently stated on Fox News, that the CIA does not hide intelligence from the president, although the WSJ stated on February 16th, that U.S. intelligence officials have withheld sensitive intelligence from President Donald Trump, because they are concerned it could be leaked or compromised, according to current and former officials familiar with the matter.

    Then, in an article of Cliff Kincaid’s in AIM, he states this about Pompeo:

    In a newsworthy development that went mostly unreported here in the U.S., Trump’s new director of the CIA, former Rep. Mike Pompeo, traveled to Saudi Arabia to give a top Saudi official a CIA award for “counter-terrorism” named after a discredited former CIA director. The Saudi official was given the “George Tenet Medal” in recognition of his “excellent intelligence performance, in the domain of counter-terrorism and his unbound contribution to realize world security and peace.” Tenet is known for his embarrassing and false “slam dunk” comments about finding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq before the U.S. invasion.

    Pompeo’s tribute to the Saudi official, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, is astounding considering the evidence of the Saudi role in facilitating jihadist terrorism in Syria, a debacle that has helped to produce 500,000 dead and refugees streaming into Europe and the United States. Bin Nayef serves as Minister of Interior.

    Rather than focus on Flynn, the media should be asking what Pompeo is doing paying tribute to a Saudi official whose regime is neck-deep in a conflict that has produced a major humanitarian catastrophe. And why is the CIA giving an award named after a director who failed in the intelligence mission of the agency he led?

  6. Edie Faylor // April 14, 2017 at 10:04 am // Reply

    This guy does not belong in Trumph’s government. Why is he still in charge? Speaking of our government, why are the Trump kids part of the government? It stinks to high heaven!!!!

    • Kelleigh Nelson // April 14, 2017 at 11:32 am // Reply

      You know, Trump actually has done a lot of good things, but I’m with you. I want Kushner, Ivanka Pompeo, McMaster, Acosta, and Mattis and DeVos replaced, probably won’t happen, but should. Also, Pence, chosen by Ivanka, should be locked in a closet with his Bible for 4 years, as for Priebus, I trust him about as much as I trust Paul Ryan.

      Hopefully Trump will figure out just how different politics is from business…similar in some ways, but not in others, and he’s in a den of poisonous snakes. Drain the swamp means something, so does LOCK HER UP.

      • Have you tried tweeting to Trump? It might help. I often do and I hope it helps.

      • Kelleigh, I agree. I believe, however, that Trump didn’t turn his father’s million into billions to become a successful businessman by believing the people he deals with – the art of the deal. There aren’t enough good people to fill his cabinet, so he probably expected a shakedown. Perhaps the swamp people in his House aren’t as bad as the media, on both sides, tell us. Perhaps the good people aren’t as good either. Domestically, President Trump rocks! Foreign affairs, wars, banks are still controlled by the Deep State and Trump is as much a subject as we are. Never in our recent history has a president done so much in such a short time. “Don’t worry, be happy.” PS: I love your articles and am working on reading your archives.

        • Kelleigh Nelson // April 15, 2017 at 4:02 am // Reply

          Thanks Marlene, I agree with you, there are many good things Trump has done, and he is a newbee at this political thing, and he’s finding a lot of snakes in the swamp. Believe me I pray for this man every night, and I was royally pissed when Flynn was allowed to leave (all because of Pence in my estimation and sources), but hey I’m with ya, I just tell the truth no matter what, and I do tweet to Trump. I would like to see the daughter and hubby go back to NY and raise their children.

          • Yeah, New York. What a great idea. That’s where they belong. A much better playground for them than our White House. Perhaps Pompeo can join them?

  7. Every time we expose these demonic Deep State traitors, they just double-down! We may drain the swamp somewhat, but there are still turds that won’t flush!

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