Prather Point: Deep State sacrificing informants for their own nefarious ends – Brighteon.TV
By Ramon Tomey // Oct 13, 2021

Jeffrey Prather says the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has lost many human informants. He revealed the truth about this in the Oct. 8 episode of his program "Prather Point" on Brighteon.TV. According to Prather, the Deep State is sacrificing CIA informants for their own selfish purposes.


According to the New York Post, a leaked CIA cable reveals that dozens of informants have been compromised, arrested and even killed. Rival nations such as China, Russia, Iran and Pakistan have all stepped up their game when it comes to tracking American spies. In some cases, these countries have turned American informants into double agents – with the actual number not indicated in the leaked cable.

"The CIA, which is the center of the Deep State, admits that they have dozens of … human informants. So what does that mean? That means … they don't have any eyes out – which is really irrelevant because they turned all their eyes inwards spying on presidents, on Congress and on us," Prather says. "They really should be, at this point, disbanded. [At] this point, they are really a liability creating more problems."

Prather cites his exposure of the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) illicit agreement with the Mexican Sinaloa Cartel. Under the deal, the DEA would conduct gun-running operations in Mexico while the cartel would run drugs in the United States.

"That's how I went from hero to zero," Prather remarks.

The "Prather Point" host also shares how a human informant prevented him from stepping into dangerous territory during a tour of duty in Bolivia.

"I was ambushed in Bolivia [at] the border [with] Brazil, [but] a human source alerted me to get out of there [as there] were already several [killed in action] in that territory," he recalls.

"It's also very dangerous for our country, because as other potential sources of intelligence see what is happening, they will not work with us. That's really the message that this regime is sending. We will not have eyes on the ground to protect our troops and our embassies."

Prather: Deep State agents get to do what they want without repercussions

Prather also mentions U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Chris Donahue, the last American soldier to leave Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. The former intelligence officer notes that there is more to Donahue's story than what the mainstream media presents. (Related: Jeffrey Prather talks about warfare, Afghanistan and false flag attacks – Brighteon.TV.)

Prather claims that Donahue has given up 50 to 100 Afghan informants set to be evacuated off a transport plane just to load a war trophy. RedState reports that Donahue's war souvenir is an inoperable Toyota Hilux pickup with a Russian ZU-23 anti-aircraft cannon, dubbed as a "technical." Prather adds: "And those human sources that were thrown off, they were then tortured and murdered."

The Brighteon.TV host notes that U.S. law prohibits individual soldiers to keep war trophies or souvenirs. "Confiscated enemy military property is property of the U.S." as per regulations. Individual military personnel can own war trophies provided that higher authorities permit them to do so.

"He wanted that [technical] to be a souvenir and for it, he has cost [Afghan informants'] lives and their families. They have died and they have been tortured terribly. Of course, the Deep State can commit all the crimes they want – [and] that is [a] very sad state of affairs," the "Prather Point" host says. (Related: Jeffrey Prather accuses Biden administration of orchestrating one of the largest international weapons transfers in years – Brighteon.TV.)

The RedState report adds that some soldiers have expressed opposition over bringing the technical home. One soldier points out that bringing home war trophies was forbidden, citing a service member getting court-martialed for trying to smuggle a pocket knife from the Taliban. Another solder asks about the proper form for the war trophy. A third soldier has refused to participate in loading the pickup truck on the transport plane, arguing: "I want nothing to do with this because war trophies [equal] war crimes."

Army Col. Joe Buccino, the spokesman for the 18th Airborne Division, has clarified that only the Toyota Hilux pickup – without the anti-aircraft cannon – was brought to the United States. The said technical that Donahue recovered is currently in a container truck at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. It will be unveiled at the 82nd Airborne Division Museum in the military base.

Thus, Prather issues a challenge to "any patriotic serviceman" assigned at Fort Bragg. "I challenge and call upon you to put up notes about that [technical] and put up pictures of the fallen. Don't let America forget about this treason," he says. "We are very blinded to what is happening, but again that is purposeful and by design. That's what the Biden regime wants because Joe Biden is a puppet of the Deep State masters."

Watch the full Oct. 8 episode of "Prather Point" at the video below. "Prather Point" with Jeffrey Prather airs every Friday at 10-11 a.m. on Brighteon.TV. has more articles about the actions of Deep State agents.

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