Top Secret Binder Shows Obama’s CIA Used Foreign Intelligence To ‘Stage Russia Hoax’

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For years, President Donald Trump has sounded the alarm about how Obama’s CIA spied on his campaign in 2016 before ultimately triggering the “Russian collusion hoax,” a carefully strategized mode of attack devised by the deep state to discredit the president with total lies.

According to an explosive report by journalists Michael Shellenberger and Matt Taibbis, covered by Fox News’s Jesse Watters, the whole thing was one big setup.

Obama’s CIA targeted Trump and started the entire Russia hoax,” Watters began in the segment.

“For years, we were told that tips from an Australian diplomat tipped off the FBI after a random conversation with Papadopoulos, a no-name 20-something. But according to new reporting by Michael Shellenberger and Matt Taibbi, the whole thing was a CIA setup.”

Special prosecutor for the Department of Justice (DOJ) John Durham concluded last year that the FBI should never have opened its investigation into then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Now credible sources tell Shellenberger and Matt Taibbis that the three letter agencies, including the CIA, mobilized foreign intelligence agencies to target advisors to Donald Trump way before the summer of 2016.

Former CIA director John Brennan identified 26 Trump associates before telling the Five Eyes intelligence alliance to target them through feigned interactions.

After the intelligence alliance gathered the information on their targets, the CIA labeled Trump associates “suspicious” in order to secure what would become the FBI’s investigation into the now-debunked “Russian collusion hoax.”

Watters adds that “the details of this entire operation have been stored in a top-secret binder in a secret room in Washington.”

“Trump ordered the whole thing declassified, and now the rumor is that the binder might be missing.”

The explosive information, already supported by testimony, fills in the gaps in fully understanding why the Russian collusion hoax was carried out.

The official story was that the FBI launched its investigation after Australian intelligence officials informed the CIA that a Trump aide boasted that Russia had damning material about then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Shellenberger and Matt Taibbi write:

“In truth, the US IC asked the “Five Eyes” intelligence alliance to surveil Trump’s associates and share the intelligence they acquired with U.S. agencies, say sources close to a House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HSPCI) investigation. The Five Eyes nations are the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.”

Shellenberger told Watters that he believed the shocking allegations could be based on testimony from several credible sources close to the House intelligence investigation of the Russian collusion hoax.

“Our sources tell us a very different story that this was initiated by the U.S. government,” Shellenberger told Watters, also noting that foreign intelligence did not simply “inform” the U.S. government about the “Russian collusion,” as was reported by the media.

“It came from within the U.S. government’s intelligence community, including the CIA, that they asked the so-called Five Eyes nations’ intelligence agencies – that’s the other English-speaking nations, including Britain and Australia – to spy on 26 Trump associates, or at least they had a list of the 26 associates that were identified. This is new information. Some people have theorized about this and speculated about it,” Shellenberger added.

Information about the CIA’ setup lies in a 10-inch binder in Langley, which is reportedly missing, according to Taibbi, who said if true, it would mean the Obama White House committed serious crimes, including illegal election interference and illegal spying – the very thing they were accusing Trump of doing when he won the presidency in 2016.

“The CIA got these allies to ‘bump’ these 26 Trump associates, create interactions, then call these interactions “suspicious” and let the FBI know they were “suspicious” – and that starts the whole thing,” Watters reiterated.

Shellenberger said he would address the missing Binder in the coming days, which would help Americans come to their own conclusions on what really happened.

“That’s like a 17-to-20-page report that was confirmed by multiple sources. Apart from that, we were told there are numerous other investigative materials that may or may not be these binders that stories are referring to…,” Taibbi said.

While the information is explosive, those who have been paying attention have known this for years.

In 2018, Trump tweeted a quote from former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino criticizing John Brennan, who wrote a scathing op-ed about Trump in The Washington Post.

“John Brennan, no single figure in American history has done more to discredit the intelligence community than this liar,” Trump tweeted. “Not only is he a liar, he’s a liar about being a liar.”

Trump was right again.

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