Just a Thought...
Another General...Another Red Flag Raised
By: Diane Sori / The Patriot Factor
I really want to know what General 'Mad Dog' Mattis was thinking in his wanting Obama
'left-over' Anne Patterson to be his Undersecretary of Defense for
This woman is a vehement supporter of The Muslim
Brotherhood...the very group President Trump wants to add to the
Terrorist List...plus she is a diehard supporter of ousted MB puppet
President Mohamed Morsi.
I am now beginning to think that having
generals in these Secretary positions...and by now you all know how I
feel about General McMaster...is NOT a good
move. While General Mattis is a brilliant tactician one does NOT pick an
enemy sympathizer to work in such an important defense position... and in
the Undersecretary's case it is the Pentagon's 4th top position.
And something is surely amiss here for General Mattis not too long ago said President Trump's temporary muslim ban is "a ban would cause "great
damage" to world order."
Sure sounds like the words of a proponent of the infamous 'New World Order' now doesn't it...sure raises a 'red flag' as well.
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Sunday, March 12, 2017
Limbaugh: WikiLeaks Revelation That CIA Mimics Russian Hackers Changes Narrative [Video]
"Folks, we are in the midst of dangerous times..."
“Folks, we are in the midst of dangerous times like you cannot believe, and Donald J. Trump is the target,” he said.
Limbaugh noted that in the documents showing how the CIA hacks a vast array of electronic devices was evidence that the CIA often mimics Russian hackers.
“Isn’t that interesting, given everything we’ve been told about the election? ‘The Russians hacked the election, that the Russians did this, the Russians did that.’ So far we don’t have any evidence the Russians did anything! But we have all kinds of supposition that the American deep state is deeply involved in whatever sabotage is being conducted on the Trump administration,” Limbaugh said.
“The evidence the Russians were involved? Nobody’s got it. Everybody runs around and talks about it as though it’s a fait accompli, but there isn’t any evidence,” Limbaugh noted.
Read entire article and see video here: http://www.westernjournalism.com/limbaugh-wikileaks-revelation-cia-mimics-russian-hackers-changes-narrative/?utm_source=Email&utm_medium=PostUp&utm_campaign=WJWeeklyEmail&utm_content=2017-03-12
Investigators Suspect Contractors are to Blame for CIA Leak
FIXTHISNATION.comThe Wall Street Journal reports that FBI investigators will likely turn their attention to outside contractors as they try to determine who gave thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks – documents that reveal more about the CIA’s cyber-capabilities than the agency wanted the world to know. Sources also told the New York Times that FBI agents believe that a disgruntled insider is behind the leaks, as opposed to a state-sponsored hacker.
In the Times story, it was revealed that the FBI could interrogate more than a thousand people as they search for the culprit. The investigation will include interview with CIA employees and outside contractors who may have had access to the information published by WikiLeaks.
That information, which revealed that the CIA has backdoor access to widely-used technology such as smart phones and television sets, has caused a PR headache for several tech companies as well as the agency itself. According to WikiLeaks, the CIA can turn many popular devices and software programs into digital recorders, though there is no evidence that they have used those capabilities to violate the civil rights of American citizens.
More citizens of Saudi Arabia have joined the Islamic State than from any other country
By Christine Williams / Jihad Watch
The Sunni Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) has boasted that key U.S. Middle East ally Saudi Arabia is the top provider of terrorists for the jihadist group in Iraq, reports Fox News, citing Iraqi military sources. Reports of a Saudi Arabia/Islamic State alliance have been ongoing, despite the Saudi “friendship” with the West: i) Slaves taken by the […]
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