Home Mail Discord Chat
Go Back   ChiefsPlanet > The Lounge > Washington DC and The Holy Land

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 09-09-2019, 03:24 PM  
RodeoPants2 RodeoPants2 is offline
Veteran
 
RodeoPants2's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2018
Casino cash: $500
Trump's loose lips - CIA was forced to exfiltrate a top russian asset in 2017

Having spies placed in Russia doesn't seem important at all

Quote:
The decision to carry out the extraction occurred soon after a May 2017 meeting in the Oval Office in which Trump discussed highly classified intelligence with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak. The intelligence, concerning ISIS in Syria, had been provided by Israel.

The disclosure to the Russians by the President, though not about the Russian spy specifically, prompted intelligence officials to renew earlier discussions about the potential risk of exposure, according to the source directly involved in the matter.
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/09/p...ted/index.html
Posts: 4,410
RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.
  Reply With Quote
Old 09-11-2019, 01:29 AM   #91
EmojiMania EmojiMania is offline
Veteran
 
EmojiMania's Avatar
 

Join Date: Oct 2013
Casino cash: $5000
Hmm, interesting. So you're telling me that the same people who cried for years about the UTTER SCANDAL of BENGHAZIIIIIIIIIII are now convinced that any reports of government scandal are false, simply because the government says "fake news"?

Gee, I wonder what precipitated this total reversal in their skepticism of official statements! It couldn't possibly be the case that they were dumbass partisan hacks from the start, could it?!?

__________________
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bowser View Post
How likely do you think that the Republicans LOSE seats in the house? If you say "very", I'm going to need to hear your reasoning.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sweet Daddy Hate View Post
Go suck on the business end of a shotgun, and encourage your many like-minded friends to do the same.
Posts: 1,925
EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.EmojiMania < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.
  Reply With Quote
Old 09-11-2019, 06:26 AM   #92
GloryDayz GloryDayz is offline
Taunter of SJWs.
 
GloryDayz's Avatar
 

Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: The Apeks Zone
Casino cash: $85480
Quote:
Originally Posted by EmojiMania View Post
Hmm, interesting. So you're telling me that the same people who cried for years about the UTTER SCANDAL of BENGHAZIIIIIIIIIII are now convinced that any reports of government scandal are false, simply because the government says "fake news"?

Gee, I wonder what precipitated this total reversal in their skepticism of official statements! It couldn't possibly be the case that they were dumbass partisan hacks from the start, could it?!?

__________________
.
#RobertMuellerSays-SemperLie
#ProfessionalSportsOfficialsAreOnlySubHuman
#Clark,LetTheNFLmakeTheFirstMove
#NoCollusion&NoObstruction
Posts: 82,217
GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.GloryDayz is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 09-11-2019, 06:39 AM   #93
stevieray stevieray is online now
old school
 
stevieray's Avatar
 

Join Date: Aug 2000
Location: on The Wall
Casino cash: $34950
Quote:
Originally Posted by EmojiMania View Post
BENGHAZI

stop pimping people's tragedies, troll.
Posts: 57,079
stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.stevieray is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Old 09-11-2019, 06:50 AM   #94
RodeoPants2 RodeoPants2 is offline
Veteran
 
RodeoPants2's Avatar
 

Join Date: Feb 2018
Casino cash: $500
Quote:
Originally Posted by stevieray View Post
stop pimping people's tragedies, troll.
^^ worthless poster
__________________
Convicted felons:
Manafort - Trump's campaign chair
Cohen - Trump's personal attorney
Flynn - Trump's national security adviser
Papadopoulos - Trump foreign policy adviser
Gates - Trump campaign aide

Indicted
Stone - long time Trump adviser
Manafort - again, this time in NY state
Posts: 4,410
RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.RodeoPants2 < Tried to steal Andy's chili fries.
  Reply With Quote
Old 09-11-2019, 07:00 AM   #95
Lex Luthor Lex Luthor is offline
Supporter
 
Lex Luthor's Avatar
 

Join Date: Mar 2010
Casino cash: $22875
So Trump tells everyone for years that the CIA is full of shit. He takes the word of Putin over the reports provided by his own Intelligence experts, and he calls virtually every news outlet "fake news". He brags to the Russians about getting rid of James Comey, says it will take the heat off, and has private conversations with Putin that span multiple hours.

And the Trumptards continue to insist that there's nothing to see here.


Quote:
The CIA itself issued a statement denying the exfiltration had to do with the president or his handling of classified intel, correct?

They did. I think it's worth reading that statement very carefully. The first sentence does not describe the story we wrote. It says something along the lines of, "We would never make a decision without sound analysis." But our story doesn't say that they made a decision without sound analysis. In fact, we describe in great detail how the IC grew concerned by a number of data points over the course of months.

Do you feel generally, though, that there is some pushback against the president in the intelligence community? That there are concerns about his handling of classified intelligence, but also his leadership?

Well, let's start with this. For this story, I spoke to five sources who worked for the Trump Administration, people who work for the intelligence agencies, and people who worked on Capitol Hill handling classified intelligence. They said, very clearly and without hesitation, that the intelligence agencies have deep concerns about the president's handling of intelligence, and that those concerns are not based on one single incident. One thing that got a little lost is that our story recounts another instance, two months after the May 2017 Oval Office meeting. This, of course, was the July 2017 Hamburg G-20 meeting between Putin and Trump, where Trump confiscated the translator's notes afterwards.

We reported that after that meeting, the intelligence agencies were concerned that the president had once again improperly discussed classified information. And those concerns did not end in July 2017. I've heard from people who still serve that they believe the president is undisciplined with the way he handles intelligence, and that that creates dangers.

What is the normal procedure for that kind of bilateral meeting?

You often have many people present. At a minimum, you have a US translator there along with the president, so that you have a second set of ears to confirm what took place. You might have your Secretary of State, you might have the ambassador to the country involved, national security advisor—so that you don't, in effect, grant the other country license to characterize the meeting to their advantage. That's not to say no president has ever met privately with the leader of another country, even a hostile country. But what is clear is that this president took unusual steps in meetings with the Russian president.

And of course it takes place in the context of his regular public denials that Russia interfered in the election in the first place.

Exactly. You have the private steps and then you have the very public attacks on not just the agencies and intelligence officials, but also their findings. He stood next to Putin in Helsinki and took Putin's word over the IC's. He raised public questions about the intel community's assessment that Iran was complying with the nuclear deal. He created his own narrative that contradicted the intelligence. And on North Korea, [when] it continued to expand its nuclear program—that's the intel community's assessment. And the president dismisses that in public.

Has this effected the intel community's ability to recruit new assets?

I'll tell you, the CIA has bad memories of what happened just a few years ago—and this has been in public reporting—when they lost a whole host of sources inside China. Somehow those sources were compromised, and China found them, and killed some or many of them, maybe all of them. That lost a lot of vision inside China at a time when the US needed it.

This Russian asset was so high up. It literally took more than a decade to develop this person. You can't replace that overnight. I spoke to a former senior US intelligence official who made that point. It's a glaring loss.
https://www.esquire.com/news-politic...-donald-trump/

__________________
.

“You don’t even have to be convicted of a crime to lose your job in this republic if this body determines that your conduct as a public official is clearly out of bounds in your role; impeachment is about restoring honor and integrity to the office.” - Lindsey Graham, 1999
Posts: 14,452
Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.Lex Luthor is obviously part of the inner Circle.
  Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On

Forum Jump




All times are GMT -6. The time now is 07:13 AM.


This is a test for a client's site.
Fort Worth Texas Process Servers
Covering Arlington, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie and surrounding communities.
Tarrant County, Texas and Johnson County, Texas.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.8
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.