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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Spy Agencies Admit Using Fake Intel to Sway Anti-Russia Sentiment

'This is the White House deciding that they could use this intelligence to make outrageous claims and things that Biden says were true that weren't true... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Fred Fleitz, former chief of staff at the National Security Council, said the Biden team needed ‘major housecleaning’ after using unverified intel to craft narratives favorable to the administration.

“We have to have a major housecleaning of these agencies,” said Fleitz. “I mean, the whole top floor of some of these agencies has to be fired.”

Fleitz continued, explaining that three senior U.S. intelligence officials admitted they released unverified information claiming Russia was using chemical weapons, Just the News reported.

The officials stated the spread of this idea was necessary, and they did so knowingly in order to catch Russian President Vladimir Putin off guard.

“It doesn’t have to be solid intelligence when we talk about it,” a U.S. official told Big League Politics. “It’s more important to get out ahead of them—Putin specifically—before they do something.

“It’s preventative. We don’t always want to wait until the intelligence is 100 percent certainty that they are going to do something. We want to get out ahead to stop them.”

The tactic of releasing false information has been used by many in the Biden administration in an information war against Russia.

“Coordinated by the White House National Security Council, the unprecedented intelligence releases have been so frequent and voluminous, officials said, that intelligence agencies had to devote more staff members to work on the declassification process, scrubbing the information so it wouldn’t betray sources and methods,” NBC News reported.

If true, this revelation would reflect poorly on the administration.

“I don’t think this is just the intelligence agencies,” Fleitz said.

“I think this was the National Security Council,” he said.”This is the White House deciding that they could use this intelligence to make outrageous claims and things that Biden says were true that weren’t true.”

Fleitz went on to explain that the White House was refusing to release declassified reports on Russia’s alleged plan to use chemical weaponry.

 

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