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WATCH: James O’Keefe EXPOSES Anti-Trump CIA Plot In ‘Biggest’ Story Of His Career

Our readers know that the intelligence agencies pose the greatest threat to human peace, prosperity, and flourishing worldwide.

The CIA, NSA, and FBI are all ruthlessly corrupt and blatantly un-American. They murder Americans, destabilize foreign countries, and conduct experiments on our people—their people.

In other words, they’re traitors to this country. They want to make a big show of being Nixon’s silent majority and stalwart patriots fighting for the homeland, but they’re just traitors in suits.

We know that President Trump and the intelligence agencies did not see eye-to-eye; we know that they antagonized him and plotted against him.

Of course, in true deep-state fashion, they have vociferously denied claims of plotting against the President of the United States.

However, a recent covert interview between an O’Keefe Media Group investigative journalist and a project manager at the CIA revealed the agency’s unspoken policy of keeping President Trump in the dark. James O’Keefe reports:

“‘So the agencies kind of, like, all got together and said, we’re not gonna tell Trump…Director of the CIA would keep [information from Trump]…’ A project manager working in Cyber Operations for the CIA and an NSA contractor with top-secret clearance working for Deloitte, Amjad Fseisi, is caught on undercover cameras implicating the highest levels of the intelligence agencies, including “The executive staff.

We’re talking about the director and his subordinates,” former CIA Directors ‘Gina Haspel….And I believe Mike Pompeo did the same thing too,’ ‘kept information from him [Trump] because we knew he’d fucking disclose it.’

Amjad reasons ‘There are certain people that would…give him a high-level overview but never give him any details. You know why? Because he’ll leak those details…He’s a Russian asset. He’s owned by the fucking Russians.’

Amjad reveals to OMG’s Undercover American Swiper that intel agencies not only kept intelligence information from a sitting United States President and Commander-In-Chief, they also used FISA to spy on Donald Trump, and his team, and are still monitoring President Trump according to Amjad who says, “We monitor everything.”

Amjad adds ‘we also have people that monitor his ex-wife. He likes to use burner phones’ – information only an insider with access to highly sensitive information would state.

‘We steal it [information]’ and ‘We hack other countries just like that,’ Amjad, who states he currently works on the CIA’s China Mission Center, explains how intel agencies obtain information.

He also describes a broken intelligence system where ‘We don’t share information across agencies’ because the CIA is ‘very reluctant’ to share information with the ‘careless’ NSA.

O’Keefe Media Group’s bombshell undercover footage supports earlier reports by investigative journalists Michael Shellenberger, Matt Taibbi, and Alex Gutentag that revealed how the American intelligence community illegally ran a spy operation against then-candidate Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016 and illegally acquired intelligence that was later used to justify the Federal Bureau of Investigation official probe, “Crossfire Hurricane,” which in turn led to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation that ultimately did not find evidence of Russia collusion by the 2016 Trump campaign.

Contractors like Fseisi hold the duty to withhold sharing confidential or national security information.

In denying his statements, Fseisi may have realized he could be held liable for violating internal agency provisions and federal laws like the Executive Agency ethics provisions, which restrict what he may share with others outside of his contracted-to agency.

Additionally, any government worker or agency head who withheld information from a superior (i.e. President Trump) may violate: (a) obstruction of justice by deception (18 USC 1512); (b) conspiracy to obstruct (18 USC 371); and false statements (18 USC 1001).

Agency regulations may also provide offenses related to insubordination, reflecting poorly on the agency in public, or misrepresentation or dishonesty.

When James O’Keefe caught up with Amjad Fseisi on the streets of Washington, D.C., Fseisi could not tell O’Keefe whether he had top secret clearance, denied making statements clearly caught on camera, and would not even confirm it was him on the video saying only ‘It looks like me.’

When asked directly if he works at the CIA, Fseisi said, ‘I can’t tell you that.'”

Earlier this year, The New York Post revealed that the CIA and other intel agencies instructed foreign intel services to spy on President Trump and his associates:

The US intelligence community had “identified” the 26 Trump associates “as people to ‘bump,’ or make contact with or manipulate,” one source told the outlet.

In spy-speak, “bumping” is when a reason is manufactured to meet with a target of interest in order to develop a relationship that could lead to intelligence.

O’Keefe also provided this update following the release of the seismic interview:

“Spokesperson at CIA gives me a statement saying that the Program Manager at the Chinese Mission Center caught on tape talking about the higher-ups withholding information from the President, is no longer working at the CIA.”

The Hill corroborated O’Keefe’s claims. Here’s what former CIA Director John Brennan had to say about President Trump:

“According to me, he was not qualified at the time, and he is not qualified today.

We could see in particular that he did not understand the importance of the United States’s relations with our foreign allies and partners.

He has little recognition for the transatlantic relationship, for NATO.”


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