BOMBSHELL: CIA, government insiders illegally kept intelligence information from President Trump
By Ethan Huff // May 03, 2024

During his tenure in the White House, President Donald Trump was purposely kept in the dark about important matters that the intelligence community deep state decided was too sensitive for him to know, we have learned.

James O'Keefe's Undercover American Swiper, now part of the O'Keefe Media Group (OMG), discovered this and more from an undercover interview with Amjad Fseisi, a National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and CIA program manager with top-secret clearance who implicated the highest levels of government in a massive coverup scheme.

Because they feared that Trump would spill the beans about their wrongdoing, the deep state withheld pertinent information from a sitting president, which is both illegal and treasonous.

"So the agencies kind of, like, all got together and said we're not going to tell Trump," Fseisi admitted to the undercover reporter – watch below. "Director of the CIA would keep [information from Trump] ..."

(Related: Did you hear that the CIA may also be operating online Ukrainian anti-Trump "troll farms" to try to steal another election from Trump?)

Deep state considers Trump a Russian asset

According to Fseisi, just about everyone around him was involved in keeping Trump out of the know concerning matters that he as Commander-in-Chief needed to know about in order to properly lead the nation. This included executive staff members as well as intelligence directors and their subordinates.

"We're talking about former CIA directors like Gina Haspel ... and I believe Mike Pompeo did the same thing, too," Fseisi said about those who "kept information from him (Trump) because we knew he'd ... disclose it."

"There are certain people that would ... give him a high-level overview but never give him any details. You know why? Because he'll leak those details ... He's a Russian asset. He's owned by the ... Russians."

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Beyond this, the intelligence deep state also used The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA) to spy on Trump and his team. To this very day, in fact, Trump and his associates are being surveilled through FISA by the very same people that spied on him during his presidency.

"We monitor everything," Fseisi admitted ominously. "We also have people that monitor his ex-wife. He likes to use burner phones."

Deep state steals information, hacks other countries

Fseisi must have though he was in good company with the undercover reporter because he also revealed that the intelligence deep state, including the CIA and other three-letter agencies, routinely steals information and hacks other countries "just like that."

A current employee within the CIA's China Mission Center, Fseisi further revealed precisely how the deep state obtains information, describing the system as broken in that the CIA does not "share information across agencies" because it is "very reluctant" concerning the "careless" NSA.

A lot of this from Fseisi is information we have known for some time, including the fact that the U.S. intelligence community illegally spied on and surveilled the Trump campaign in 2016. Through this, the deep state was able to obtain information, albeit illegally, that was later used to justify the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) probe, called "Crossfire Hurricane," into Trump.

As we know, Special Counsel Robert Mueller then used the information the FBI obtained to try to put together the Russian collusion hoax, which ended up being a colossal failure.

"Contractors like Fseisi hold the duty to withhold sharing confidential or national security information," O'Keefe tweeted about these latest revelations. "In denying his statements, Fseisi may have realized he could be held liable for violating internal agency provisions and federal laws like the Executive Agency ethics provisions, which restrict what he may share with others outside of his contracted-to agency."

"Additionally, any government worker or agency head who withheld information from a superior (i.e., President Trump) may violate: (a) obstruction of justice by deception (18 USC 1512); (b) conspiracy to obstruct (18 USC 371); and false statements (18 USC 1001). Agency regulations may also provide offenses related to insubordination, reflecting poorly on the agency in public, or misrepresentation or dishonesty."

Fseisi later fired from CIA after O'Keefe footage dropped

O'Keefe later caught up with Fseisi on the streets of Washington, D.C., to further discuss the matter, but Fseisi would not reveal to O'Keefe whether he had top-secret clearance. He also denied making the statements that were clearly captured on camera in the above footage.

"It looks like me," is all Fseisi would say when presented with video footage depicting him spilling the beans about everything he denied to O'Keefe's face. When then asked directly if he works for the CIA, Fseisi responded with, "I can't tell you that."

Not long after that, O'Keefe obtained confirmation that Fseisi was terminated from the CIA as a result of OMG's undercover reporting. When asked for comment, a CIA spokesperson provided an exclusive statement denying the things Fseisi said, calling them "absolutely false and ridiculous."

"CIA is a resolutely apolitical institution that provides intelligence support to policymakers including the President of the United States, irrespective of who occupies the office," the agency claims. "We are a foreign intelligence focused Agency and do not monitor the former President."

"The individual making these allegations is a former contractor who does not represent CIA. In the video which was taken last week, the CIA official waves his intelligence community green badge. Green Badges are specifically hired for those contracted by the agency. Kash Patel, former Deputy Director of National Intelligence, said 'An individual possessing a contractor Green badge is only allowed to lawfully possess it while officially employed as a contractor to the intelligence community. Upon any termination, credentials are returned to the home agency and destroyed immediately.'"

On X, someone added to the conversation concerning Mike Pompeo that he never trusted the guy, seeing as how he is the one "who talked Trump into not releasing the rest of the JFK files." Should Trump get elected this fall, perhaps in time he will release all of the JFK files before ultimately disbanding the CIA entirely.

"This is more significant than anything the media has exposed in the past 30 years," commented another person about the contents of the above video from O'Keefe's OMG. "Amazing. The CIA is panicking."

The latest news about Trump's third bid for the presidency this fall can be found at Trump.news.

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