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CIA Withheld Classified Info from President Trump.

James O’Keefe, Famed Journalist, Publishes Video of CIA Operative Confessing to the CIA Unlawful Withholding of Information from President Trump.
By John Livingston
May 2, 2024

In a spectacular revelation, a high-ranking CIA officer has acknowledged the presence of a deep state conspiracy to overthrow President Trump and weaken the will of the American people.

 In an undercover video released by investigative reporter James O’Keefe, the man admits to keeping info from the president and discloses ongoing surveillance efforts targeting him. This bombshell admission validates long-held suspicions of a secret coup managed by the intelligence neighborhood.


BREAKING– EXPOSING THE CIA: “So the companies sort of, like, all got together and stated, we’re not gonna inform Trump … Director of the CIA would keep [info from Trump] …” A task manager working in Cyber Operations for the CIA and an @CIA and a professional with top-secret security clearance working for the CIA.

Amjad Fseisi, is caught on undercover video cameras linking the highest levels of the intelligence agencies, including “The executive staff. We’re speaking about the director and his subordinates,” previous CIA Directors “Gina Haspel … And I believe Mike Pompeo did the very same thing too,” “kept details from him [Trump] because we understood he ‘d fucking reveal it.” Amjad reasons, “There are certain people that would … give him a high-level overview; however, never ever give him any information. You know why? Because he’ll leak that information. He’s a Russian property. He’s owned by the fucking Russians.”

According to Amjad, intelligence agencies have been carrying out surveillance on President Trump and his group, both during and after his presidency, and are still doing so. They have also been monitoring his ex-wife, and Amjad discusses that Trump prefers to use burner phones. These details suggest that the intelligence companies have access to highly sensitive info and are actively using it to monitor the President and those close to him.

Amjad, who is part of the CIA’s China Mission Center, reveals that intelligence firms acquire info through illegal methods, such as theft and hacking. He likewise highlights the defects in the current intelligence system, where agencies are reluctant to share details with each other due to concerns about security and the capacity for reckless handling of delicate information.

O’Keefe Media Group’s bombshell undercover footage supports earlier reports by investigative reporters Michael Shellenberger, Matt Taibbi, and Alex Gutentag that exposed how the American intelligence community unlawfully ran a spy operation versus then-candidate Trump’s presidential project in 2016 and illegally acquired intelligence that was later on used to justify the Federal Bureau of Investigation (
@FBI
) official probe, “Crossfire Hurricane,” which in turn caused Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation that eventually did not find evidence of Russia collusion by the 2016 Trump campaign.
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Specialists like Fseisi are responsible for keeping confidential or national security info private. If Fseisi were to reject sharing this info, he might deal with repercussions for breaking internal firm guidelines and federal laws, such as the Executive Agency principles arrangements. These policies restrict what he can reveal to individuals beyond his contracted agency. Furthermore, any government employee or firm leader who withholds info from an exceptional, like President Trump, could be in violation of laws such as blockage of justice, conspiracy to block, and making false statements. Agency guidelines might likewise outline offenses connected to insubordination, harming the firm’s credibility in the public eye, or being dishonest or misleading.

James O’Keefe came across Amjad Fseisi in Washington, D.C., where Fseisi was unable to confirm his top secret clearance status, rejected statements caught on video camera, and was reluctant to validate his identity in the video, simply specifying, “It seems me.” When asked about his work at the CIA, Fseisi reacted, “I cannot reveal that details.”