The Washington Post is back today, digging themselves a bigger fake news hole, this time with the help of shovel-ready CIA Director John Brennan.
In a new fable today, the Post quoted Brennan who said The CIA believes the Russians hacked the 2016 election to benefit Donald Trump. However, those assertions directly counter more definitive intelligence leaked to True Pundit by CIA personnel on Monday. In that story CIA officials called the Washington Post’s allegations an “outright lie” and incredibly predicted Brennan was behind the original leaks to the Washington Post and Sen. John McCain.
The CIA analysts on Monday also warned that Brennan would go public with his phony counterintelligence at the behest of the President. This is exactly what transpired Friday afternoon. Verbatim.
From the True Pundit story four days ago:
On the rabid Sunday morning political talk show circuit yesterday, fueled by the Washington Post’s thinly-sourced yet highly-lauded reporting, Sen. John McCain implored President Elect Trump to look at the CIA-Russian information which he said was credible. McCain, however, as the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, had strangely never publicly disseminated such intelligence prior to Sunday. And no other elected officials have stepped up to echo his narrative or that of the Washington Post.
CIA and intelligence sources, however, quickly countered McCain’s claims as speculative at best, saying his information is simply not accurate and he, as the Arizona senator has done previously, was grandstanding for the media without knowing key facts.
“If he (McCain) in fact is being told that information, it is bad information,” a CIA source said, pondering whether McCain had perhaps been briefed by outgoing CIA Director John Brennan or his loyal Agency underlings. Multiple sources said Brennan and his inner circle in the Agency could not be trusted to disseminate any true intelligence, especially in their final days on the job, without tainting raw data with political ideologies that parallel their White House boss.
Trump has already named Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo as Brennan’s successor and CIA personnel anxiously anticipate Brennan’s departure, sources said. (But you won’t read about that in the Washington Post.)
CIA personnel said any official information released by Brennan or the White House on this issue prior to President Barack Obama’s departure from office should be discounted and tuned out as partisan “white noise.”
The Washington Post and mainstream media reacted Friday like Brennan’s statements were groundbreaking revelations. That’s odd, considering True Pundit’s CIA sources telegraphed what their lame-duck and scripted boss would do almost five days ago.
RELATED: Monday’s Original Story: CIA: Washington Post Report Linking Russian Government to Trump & Election Hacking Is “Outright Lie”