The CIA Launched the Russia Collusion Hoax – Not the FBI

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The intelligence community in DC has been rocked this week because independent journalists Michael Shellenberger and Matt Taibbi have finally exposed the CIA’s direct role in Hillary Clinton’s Russia collusion hoax. The CIA directly attacked American democracy in 2016 and 2017 to try to stop Donald Trump.

This is no longer speculation. It’s confirmed as truth, according to Taibbi and Shellenberger.

During the 2016 campaign, the CIA told America’s English-speaking allied nations to spy on 26 associates of the Trump campaign. The foreign spies were to then report their conversations and interactions to the FBI as “suspicious.”

 

We only knew about George Papadopoulos and Carter Page being illegally spied on before this. It turns out that 24 other Trump associates were also illegally spied on. We still don’t know their names.

Matt Taibbi dropped yet another bombshell this week on Jesse Watters’s show on Fox News. The same sources that Taibbi has developed to confirm that the CIA started the Russia hoax, have confirmed that Joe Biden is working directly with the intel agencies on the criminal prosecutions Donald Trump is facing.

We suspect that we’re eventually going to learn that the CIA was also directly involved in the 2020 election being stolen.

Watch as Jesse Watters discusses the latest revelations on the CIA’s treasonous acts against America with Matt Taibbi.


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