The Washington Post is claiming that President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week. This is according to "current and former U.S. officials."
One would presume that the President's meeting with foreign diplomats would be classified in and of itself. So, any report of the contents of the meeting is a serious breach of security.
It used to be that a reputable new source would be trusted in matters where they are citing information from unnamed sources. Today, it's a completely new situation. On October 12th, 2016, the editorial board of the Washington Post not only endorsed Hillary Clinton for president but put together this cute little video complete with touchy-feely music.
In it, They call then-candidate Donald Trump "Dreadful." They also cite unnamed "Professionals in the State Department" who endorse her Clinton. An unnamed source in an endorsement?
The Washington Post is owned by Jeff Bezos - a staunch opponent of Trump who had a serious financial stake in the Election.
Back to the article - This is a very serious matter if Trump disclosed "sources" intelligence to anyone, let alone the Russians. A curious part of the article is, however, the claim that Trump was boasting and gloating about U.S. intelligence.
They even quote him. This means that the source the Times used was in the room and is guilty of the same crime they are purporting Trump committed. That's an even bigger problem and despite all, the article never points this out. They seem to be cheering it on.
If any of this is true, Trump has made a colossal blunder that could give Democrats more ammunition in their impeachment plans. The mistake would be on par with Hillary Clinton revealing our Nuclear Response time to millions of people worldwide during a presidential debate.
Neither of these is even close to the ongoing problem of Jeff Bezos encouraging and possibly financing leaks from within the White House. That sounds like one thing to me: Treason.
TOM asked: The news is exploding that Trump shared intel with Russians from an “ally” in the middle east and the ally is very upset. This is in regards to an Isis plot regarding airplanes and laptops.
A: The “ally” not being named is Israel, and they are mad as hell at Trump. Israel is furious because they got caught with their pants down. Lets get to the point. Isis was created by Israel and the US to weaken Iran and topple Assad. Billions in profits at stake. Israel has developed the technology to remote control airlines via laptops. A false flag was being prepared. Trump discussed it with Russian officials,exposing the “plot” McMaster pitched, and now all hell has broken loose. Trump did a wonderful thing in my opinion. We do not need anymore Isis false flags.
If Isis is eradicated, it will decrease CIA and DOD budgets, limit the amount of “support” Israel receives, and cause disruptions in the grand scheme to build a massive pipeline through Syria and ultimately cause the downfall of Iran and Russia. This is why “Isis” is being kept alive by the NWO. This is why such “bold” and “frightening” plots must be continually fed to the people. To justify larger budgets, and bigger hegemony.
Russia is actually our only hope, along with Trump, that this diabolical system can be broken, shattered, as JFK once said, into a thousand pieces and scattered to the wind.
The technology to remotely control and crash commercial airliners was developed by Unit 8200, the Israeli cyber command. Does any thinking person actually believe rag tag militants would have the know how and resources to develop this technology? Give me a break. While we are at it, you may want to see how close the Russian MetroJet 9268 was to Unit 8200 when it went down. Tensions between Israel and Russia continue to grow by the day. Putin knows every trick in the Israeli arsenal and he just happens to be a much better chess player than Netanyahu.
NBC confirms FBI Anon's answers to reader questions http://victuruslibertas.com/2017/05/did-trump-accidentally-save-the-world/