After an unnecessary amount of time and inconclusive allegations against Team Trump, the Democrats have seemingly fumbled in their efforts—specifically Obama-outfit-member former-Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense Evelyn Farkas. Apparently, she spent so much time on the inside with others of her ilk, she forgot how to show discretion when in public. In her MSNBC segment, she disclosed her direct, “intelligence”-gathering efforts regarding the Obama outfit surveilling Team Trump back in the president-elect’s transitional month(s).
In Farkas’s discussion with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski, Farkas must’ve become lost in the conversation, as she seemingly unknowingly made a “leak” of her own—Obama’s outfit (Farkas and others) did indeed spy on Team Trump then shared top-secret information with the folks on Capitol Hill. Brzezinski picked up on the fumbling moment and went for a recovery, but Farkas’s error was too far in play. (Let’s say it together, “Daamn”)
[Video: courtesy of MSNBC via The Leaping Frog]
“I was urging my former colleagues, and, and frankly speaking, the people on the Hill [Democrat politicians], er, it was more actually aimed (X2) at telling the Hill people, ‘Get as much information as you can (get as much intelligence as you can) before President Obama leaves the administration.’
Because I had a fear that somehow that information would disappear with the senior [Obama] people who left; so it would be hidden away in the bureaucracy, um, that the Trump folks (if they found out HOW we knew what we knew about their, the Trump staff, dealing with Russians), that they would try to compromise those sources and methods—meaning, we no longer have access to that intelligence.
So I became very worried because not enough was coming out into the open, and I knew that there was more. We have very good intelligence on Russia; so then I had talked to some of my former colleagues, and I knew that they were also trying to help get information to The Hill [aka Democrat politicians].”
Wait, there’s more—so much more…
Start with this simultaneous, twist-of-fate instance. MSNBC served as the conduit for Farkas’s admission of taking part in this Obama-Trump scandal. They then provided a spotlight for Farkas when she pulled a proverbial foot-in-mouth move—Farkas was the main source in that New York Times piece entailing Obama-outfit people sharing hush-hush material with the press.
There’s much irony in the situation when considering The Times made an effort to preserve Farkas’s anonymity:
“More than a half-dozen current and former officials described various aspects of the effort to preserve and distribute the intelligence, and some said they were speaking to draw attention to the material and ensure proper investigation by Congress. All spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were discussing classified information—nearly all of which remains secret.”
Well, maybe that almost makes up for their disappearing act of some crucial lines in an earlier article—no, it doesn’t. Both actions are shady.
More, there might be another spotlight for Farkas—with Devin Nunes & the House Intelligence Committee. Oddly, their job is almost done for them—these Obama blabs will jibber-jabber their own way into the penalty box. The tough part will be figuring out what punishment is suitable for those who not only rat to the press but also to liberal politicians (“The Hill People”).
Just to confirm that hunch, let’s watch the long version—skip to 4:50 for the full confession:
[Video: courtesy of MSNBC via GLOBAL News]
*Thus far, it’s now known Evelyn Farkas outted herself (as well as other Obama-outfit people) in terms of reaching out to non-COMINT (Committee Intelligence) Congressional folks and telling them to try and “get as much information as you can (as much intelligence as you can)…”
Recently, Ms. Farkas was cut out of the inner circle privy to this secret intelligence, which she had access to before her debriefing. Upon her undergoing this process, she provided a signature in an agreement to not disclose that intelligence.
*Let it also be known Ms. Farkas is an Atlantic Council Senior Fellow. That organization gets its funding from the US State Department, NATO, the Latvian and Lithuanian governments, Ukranian World Congress and Victor Pinchuk. Also realize the Atlantic Council is all about dancing with Russia in a contemporary Cold War.
It’s time to connect some dots via knowing another Atlantic Council Senior Fellow—CrowdStrike CTO & Founder Dimitri Alperovitch. That guy’s also heading up the council’s “Cyber Statecraft Initiative.”
*Alperovitch’s CrowdStrike was the entity boasting they had proof of the Trump-Russia ordeal—they ended up retracting their claim. (…bad publicity and whatnot.)
CrowdStrike has retracted statements it used to buttress claims of Russian hacking https://t.co/8AZOvoQl0K
— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) March 28, 2017
[Source: Twitter/Michael Tracey]
For some good fixin’s, stir all the informational ingredients together, which will avail a hardy casserole made of Obama-outfit disinformation efforts to infect everyone with a pseudo DNC-crafted tale layered with fictitious morsels—an Evelyn Farkas crust is crucial for presentation. Mmm…. But don’t forget about Farkas’s special side dish of perpetuating the Trump-Russia ordeal. For dessert, remember to serve up Farkas being privy to the original ordeal, which ignited the shady surveillance of Trump’s people.
Taste it all, and realize it solidifies Devin Nunes’s evidence of the secondary, non-Trump-Russia surveillance effort to thwart Trump’s candidacy. Oh, and don’t forget to wash it all down with the post-victory spying of Team Trump.