This Should Be Interesting – Donald Trump to Meet with Brennan and Clapper on Friday…

As anticipated, the propaganda amid the MSM narrative surrounding the intelligence fracture is thick this week.  Perhaps it’s time we really call the baby ugly.

Before getting into that, it appears President-Elect Trump is scheduled to meet with the primary intelligence community propagandists, CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper:

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It’s doubtful there could ever be a more swampy couple of political intel operatives present in Washington DC than these two professional deceivers.

Office of Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) James Clapper’s prior congressional performances should have forever removed any credibility from his ability to influence. You might remember him being questioned about NSA surveillance of Americans and his response of “no”.

That jaw-dropping lie to congress was ultimately the last straw that led Edward Snowden to release the truth of the issue(s).  When faced with the painful reality of sunlight, Director Clapper explained thusly:

“I responded in what I thought was the most truthful, or least untruthful, manner by saying ‘no’.” (link)

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As to the trustworthiness of CIA Director John Brennan, well, we’ve previously outlined much of his historic issues –SEE HERE– This guy is so covered in swamp muck it’s doubtful he could ever remember a time without it.

Don’t forget, as CIA director this guy admitted to spying on congress.  Additionally, while only rumor, the family of Michael Hastings believes it was John Brennan who was the subject of Hasting’s investigative reporting when he was killed.

However, if we really want to rip the band-aid off the intelligence infection amid the DC swamp – we should probably highlight how the republican side of the UniParty has been an effective abettor of all usurpation.  Consider this example.

When President Obama was first elected it was generally accepted that John Brennan stood no chance of an intelligence confirmation due to his prior involvement with hacking the State Department, and his personal activity –voting for communists etc.- and rather radical world views.

(2009 Article on Passport Breech etc) […] Had Brennan been appointed CIA director, as rumored in the Obama campaign shortly after the election, senators also would have questioned him about an article he wrote in an obscure foreign policy magazine over the summer.

The article, entitled “The Conundrum of Iran: Strengthening Moderates without Acquiescing to Belligerence,” appeared in the July issue of “The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.”

Among other recommendations, it argued that the next U.S. administration should grant political legitimacy to the terrorist organizations Hezbollah and Hamas, and should exercise “strategic patience” with Iran rather than engaging in “bellicose” rhetoric and coercive diplomacy. (link)

In 2009 Brennan there was no way for Brennan to successfully pass the confirmation process.  However, somehow, mysteriously, in 2013 despite Rand Paul’s filibuster based on opposition to the drone program, Brennan’s confirmation flew right through the senate easy-peasy.

What took place between 2009 when he didn’t stand a chance at confirmation, and 2013 when Brennan’s confirmation flew through the Senate unopposed?

What exactly took place between those dates?

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Isn’t it odd, how so many outlying issues stem from the tentacles within the joint CIA/State Dept. intelligence operation in Benghazi Libya?    Perhaps now people understand why CTH spent so many hours investigating and assembling the 2 year project called The Benghazi Brief.  I digress.

Again, the answer to the Brennan confirmation is found within the story that in addition to Leon Panetta and Hillary Clinton, Republicans and Democrats on the Gang of Eight intelligence oversight committee were at risk if the covert operations were exposed to full sunlight.

Who was a member of that Intelligence Oversight Gang of Eight in 2011/2012?  Why, that would be John Boehner and Mitch McConnell; along with Mike Rogers and Saxby Chambliss the respective House and Senate Intel Chairs.

After the Libyan fiasco, the CIA threw a bag over the operation (including in Syria). All of the Go8 members benefited from the under-the-rug sweeping of the CIA operation that led to four Americans dead, including one U.S. Ambassador – Chris Stephens.   The White House (Obama), CIA (Panetta) and State Department (Clinton), along with the oversight team, all essentially had some blood on their hands.

There was only one member of the intel group without direct responsibility for the fiasco, that was General David Petraeus (came in after Panetta), and look what actions removed that little hiccup (FBI and DOJ).  With the Paula Broadwell affair outed, who told Petraeus it would be in his interest to step down?  That would be our ODNI pal James Clapper of course.

With Petraeus out, you might remember Mike Morell stepped in as interim CIA head, who conveniently affirmed Clinton’s YouTube video motive in testimony before congress.

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After the hearing attended by Morell, the White House put John Brennan up for CIA confirmation – and against the backdrop of him now protecting: Obama, Clinton, Panetta, and the Gang of Eight (Boehner, McConnell etc.) the confirmation process flew through without anyone even raising an eyebrow.

When we see the current media proclaiming the magnanimous credibility of John Brennan and James Clapper surrounding “the vast Russian conspiracy”, we also see the GOPe leadership of the professional DC UniParty willing to support the same position.

Laughable, but not funny, is how “conservative punditry” seemingly forget it was the highly politicized CIA who covered for Clinton by affirming the insufferable, and ridiculously false, YouTube motive in Benghazi.

Those short memory pundits now clutch their pearls when Trump is rightly cynical of the politicized intelligence motives and findings about ‘teh Russians‘….

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But, do not fret.  There is considerable room for previously outlined optimism. The corruption within the intelligence community officials appears so severe, the White Hats are rising up from within the Defense Department to tackle it head-on.

With General Mattis as Secretary of Defense, Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor, General John Kelly as Secretary of Homeland Security, a top-of-class West Point graduate in Mike Pompeo brought in to take over and undoubtedly purge the CIA, and a lame duck struggle breaking out over the NSA with Admiral Mike Rogers, the implications are pretty obvious.

The white hats we have needed within the national security and intelligence departments are responding from a select group within the Defense Department.  This DoD surge appears to be why corporate interests are railing against “too many generals”.  The DoD generals also appears to be why all of those interests -within all of those corrupted political intel institutions- are going nuts thinking about what lays ahead.

Mounting evidence supports the ongoing thesis the Department of Defense has actually seceded from the political elites.  A wonderfully patriotic soft coup of sorts has actually taken place.  Now, with the election of President Donald Trump, the white hats are poised on the horizon to reconstruct a nationalist-minded defense, security and intelligence apparatus.

In an effort to defend their exit, the outgoing intelligence leadership is simply using the “Russian conspiracy narrative” as a sagebrush sweep to hide their retreating footprints.

Trump is providing a path for a massive intelligence shift, away from its structural use which paved the way for interventionist policy.  This the tectonic change many have quietly discussed, yet few imagined possible.

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471 Responses to This Should Be Interesting – Donald Trump to Meet with Brennan and Clapper on Friday…

  1. John Doe says:

    Clown Tim Kaine just walked up to somebody at the witness table at the end of the hacking hearing and stuck his finger in their face and said something with a lot of anger and then stompy footed right into the Fox camera. Details please. Have I mentioned how much I love President Trump!?!

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  2. Deplorable Jeff says:

    Hoping for the same scolding as Trump gave the ENEMEDIA “elites ” on their visit to Trump Towers to meet CONSTANTINE TRUMP !!

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  3. Love (not ) how they are attacking Assange with no evidence….why would anyone believe anything they say; known liars. But I do love Trump’s response to Assange attacks, he I’m only sending out what he said, up to American people to decide who is telling truth..hahah.

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  4. Blaze says:

    Trump should not eat the food or drink the water at the hearing but for sure bring this…..

    Liked by 4 people

  5. Bouchart says:

    Comey has been real quiet lately…wonder what he’s up to.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. gamecock123 says:

    Trump tweeting , the media is all wrong, I am a big fan of intel.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. Concerned Virginian says:

    Am still reading through the comments after 2nd read of Sundance’s great analysis.
    But what I can say at the moment is:
    Mr. Trump: “Gentlemen, welcome to the Donald J. Trump Custom-Designed Executive Woodshed with the 14kt gold door handle. Which of you wishes to enter first?”

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  8. Pending Trump Tweet: “Will Congress authorize President O to start a war with Russia?”

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  9. Tom S says:

    I just left my doctors office I had to sit in the waiting room for 1 1/2 hours wait, they had cnn on full volume c.cuomo and other assorted commies screaming for DJT ouster and praising brennan and the clapper my blood pressure went sky high. These POS’s can’t control their hatred and bias foaming at the mouth, eyes bulging and calling for cooperation with them or else. GFY

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    • Howie says:

      Get new doc.
      Was he a proctologist treating butthurt commie-libs?

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    • nonniemae says:

      Politely ask the front desk personnel to change the channel. If you aren’t satisfied, speak with the doctor. I’ve done this several times and have always been accommodated. It’s a business and you are the customer.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Change the channel and if asked why say its stressful enough to have to sit in a doctors office as it is and you shouldn’t have to be subjected to additiaal stress of CNN/MSNBC/etc

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    • Peg_C the Deplorable says:

      I never leave the house without a pair of earbuds (which I detest but I’m not taking my $350 Bose phones anywhere). I’ve been stuck in too many waiting rooms in the past listening to idiots, liars and America haters. Not happening ever again.

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  10. Pending Trump Tweet: “Why did President O use funds to start wars that could have provided cybersecurity against hacking?”

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  11. Frank_O'Pinion says:

    All politicians and MSM personnel:
    Please take a number for faster service to Trump’s woodshed.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. gamecock123 says:

    Trump,…. let the American people decide what is true. (How brillant is that? )

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Howie says:

    McStain and Linda. What a pair of douche’s.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Founding Fathers Fan says:

      McCain and Graham are brought to us by the lack of voters in Arizona and South Carolina showing up in the primaries to remove them. Not voting has consequences.

      Liked by 1 person

      • deplorabledooku says:

        McLame has been directly and indirectly (via Teresa Heinz Kerry’s Tides Institute) funded by Soros. McLame’s Reform Institute was set up and funded by Soros. That same bankroll knocked out Arpaio. Unfortunately there are too many RINOs in AZ who go along to get along and don’t recognize what a traitor McLame actually is.

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  14. PatriotKate says:

    Highly recommended and fascinating interview with Michael Shrimpton, a British Barrister and longtime Intelligence person/historian.

    Michael Shrimpton was actually jailed in Britain because he warned the British Government about an attack at the 2012 Olympics — whic he actually successfully stopped, but he was charged, convicted and jailed anyway. The first part of his interview is largely about what happened there.

    It’s a fascinating interview containing a lot of history about Intelligence worldwide. He says all the Intelligence agencies are controlled by the Germans.

    The last half of Part 2 is particularly fascinating. He talks about Trump and Putin (both White Hats, he says). If you only have time for part of it, watch the 2nd half of Part 2 and then it will probably want to make you go back and watch all of it.
    Part 1:

    Part 2:

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  15. Sherlock says:

    I caught part of the hearing this morning. Nothing new as far as I can tell, but I could not watch it all. Did anyone ask whether there is evidence as to who gave the information to wikileaks? Did anyone ask whether there is any reason to doubt Assange’s statement that HE did not obtain the information from Russia? Did anyone ask whether they know how many intermediaries exist between the initial breach and the turning over of the information to wikileaks? Did anyone ask whether FBI or anyone else sought access to the DNC server but were denied permission by DNC?
    Did anyone ask whether they believe the Russians attempted to hack the RNC but were unsuccessful? Did anyone ask whether the Russians or anyone else attempted to breach the Trump campaign but were unsuccessful?

    Further, did anyone ask this: How do you know that there weren’t multiple hacks from different parties, including “Russia”, but that one of these other actors is actually responsible for the public revelation of the data? Certainly Russia isn’t the only player continually probing interesting targets.

    I would not be surprised at all that when PE Trump decides to speak on this issue in detail he indicates several things. One, that it is possible that in fact Russia or individuals aligned with Russia breached the DNC and/or Podesta’s emails, aided by DNC/Podesta negligence and incompetence. I would further expect Trump to say that there is no way he can definitively say what happened at this point because Clapper and the rest refuse to reveal to him the raw intel data upon which they rely (and they will certainly refuse to reveal this).

    He may then say that once he is in control, that he believes he will be able to ascertain what actually happened and to the degree possible, and consistent with our country’s security needs, he will reveal what he finds. I hope he adds that our intel agencies have often strayed into pure politics, and that this will stop once he is in charge.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-05/russian-hacking-story-changes-again

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    • Howie says:

      Declass this pathetic globalist propaganda ploy.

      Liked by 2 people

    • cozette says:

      Things are simple. We hack and spy on everyone. So do all major players. China’s proven hacks of our government have been devastating. The mature response is to up cyber security and negotiate cybersecurity treaties like Russia and China signed. Next America interferes with elections all the time. Think Obama spending tax dollars to defeat Bibi in the last Israeli election. If it’s OK for us why the hysteria over others supposedly interfering? America beamed Radio Free Europe into the Soviet Union to give it’s citizens truth the government media concealed. Wikileaks published true and pertinent info. How is that wrong when we’ve been committed to truth for all people for so long? Finally the fear of foreign interference in elections is valid. We know Mexican and South American citizens do vote in our elections. Let’s correct that problem plus clean up all cheating. This includes getting a paper trail for machines. So cyber security, protect our election from cheating and stop meddling in other people’s elections plus perhaps reassess why our media is so opposed to the publishing of evidence of corruption? Is our current media really our watchdogs anymore?

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  16. Tommy Tunes says:

    So while listening to the Hearing NEVER did I ONCE HEAR WHY we had to rely on hacking to get the truth about Hillary and the Democrats instead of getting informed by our so called Formal Media outlets !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • Sherlock says:

      Very good point indeed.

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      • redlegleader68 says:

        Just found this comment on Gateway Pundit regarding this report. Pretty interesting, if you ask me:

        Mickey Wasp • 2 hours ago
        When Senator Inhofe (R-OK) spoke he stated that the chairman, attendee’s and media were labeling this hearing as ‘Russian Hacking’ which was wrong and disingenuous. Inhofe stated the hearing was about improving cyber-security. Senator Cotton (R-AR) got Clapper and other panel members to state that there was NO hacking of the election. Then Senator Tillis (R-NC) excoriated Clapper for his ambiguous statements about ‘Russian Hacking’ and Clapper’s attempt to threaten ‘others’ for cyber-security ‘attacks’ and Tillis also reminded Clapper and other panel members of the US verified 81 actions to infiltrate other countries elections and regime change … ouch.

        I did not see the action so I cannot vouch for the veracity of this comment. Interesting thou it is.

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        • Sherlock says:

          I didn’t see that one (but don’t at all doubt it) but I did hear something similar, Clapper admitting that “Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw rocks” and admitting the obvious–that every country engages in espionage, including the US. Then little Lindsay Graham tried to run to the dems rescue by trying to draw a distinction between espionage and the current situation, blah blah, and gleefully urging Clapper and the others to “be ready for Trump” at the upcoming meeting.

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      Another thing you didn’t hear was how this incident makes clear that this administration and the intelligence agencies entrusted to keep this nation secure in the area of cyber failed miserably. It also demonstrated that the senators responsible for oversight in these areas for past eight years equally failed to perform their duties, and are either complicit or incompetent.

      That’s what I got from the so-called hearing. They did Trump a favor by holding this hearing. They shamed themselves.

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      • Sherlock says:

        Another good question would have been this one: “Do you agree that had the DNC and John Podesta followed rudimentary security protocols that we wouldn’t even be here today?”

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    • cjzak says:

      Yes. How would they react if it was the NYT that was the entity releasing the emails???? Hmmmm, wonder how they’d answer that and whether they think the American voters had a right to know the information coming out of Hillary’s and Podesta’s easily broken into computers. If WikiLeaks had released stuff on Trump too, how would they feel and react? Yeah, I thought so. Their tale of woe and horror would certainly change under those circumstances.

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  17. Joe Knuckles says:

    Two questions that need to be asked of each intel official that testifies:
    1) what proof do you have that the information exposed on Wikileaks came from the Russian government?
    2) what proof do you have that any of the information exposed on Wikileaks was false?

    Finally, since the standard is now that any accusation is assumed to be true unless proven otherwise, let’s assert that Hillary had Seth Rich murdered because he was the leaker. She is to be assumed guilty unless she can prove otherwise.

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  18. Pam says:

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  19. Lucille says:

    Reality Check: No, Russia Didn’t ‘Hack’ Our Election

    MRCTV .org

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  20. Nam Marine says:

    President Trump will straighten these boys out !

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  21. Joe says:

    Brennan needs to be triple checked for an explosive suicide belt prior to his entry into The Donald’s presence. He’s little more than a muzzy terrorist as far as I can tell.

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