FBI Sweep Puts US Media In Terror As Trump Prepares To Jail Top Reporters
In their zeal, however, to destroy Trump, this report continues, these US mainstream media journalists have blindly overlooked the most important fact in this war they’ve started against their president—and that is these unelected intelligence operatives who are leaking classified information to them work for President Trump, not the other way around.
And though a relatively small number of Trump’s unelected intelligence operatives have, indeed, been colluding with the US mainstream media to bring him down, this report says, these journalists, and their publisher leaders, have failed to notice at their peril that at their presidents side to command is, at least, 1,271 government intelligence organizations, 1,931 private intelligence companies (in 10,000 locations in the United States) who are presently working on counterterrorism, homeland security, and intelligence—and that when added together as a whole, includes over 854,000 Trump loyalists holding top-secret clearances, and who are sworn, and ready, to defend him.
Also failing to be noticed by the masses of these US mainstream journalists, this report continues, is that the Trump-Flynn “Canary Trap” maneuver has already sprung—and as evidenced by President Trump secretly moving General Flynn to the most powerful, and secretive, American spy agency known as the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) nearly 48 hours ago.
It must be noted, however, this report states, that though the masses of these US mainstream journalists are gleefully believing they’ve destroyed General Flynn and seriously damaged Trump, nothing could be further from the truth—with the devastating backlash to come from President Trump against them being noted by too few “real/true” reporters, but who, in just a few articles, are warning of what is to come, and include:
1.) Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald warning these journalists: “In the spectrum of crimes involving the leaking of classified information, publicly revealing the contents of SIGINT — signals intelligence — is one of the most serious felonies. Journalists (and all other nongovernmental citizens) can be prosecuted under federal law for disclosing classified information only under the narrowest circumstances; reflecting how serious SIGINT is considered to be, one of those circumstances includes leaking the contents of intercepted communications.”
2.) Bloomberg News national security reporter Eli Lake warning these journalists: “Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by the FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations from the cloak of anonymity. This is what police states do.”
3.) Senior correspondent for The Week News Service Damon Linker warning these journalists: “America's spies anonymously took down Michael Flynn...That is deeply worrying...Far too many Trump critics appear not to care that these intelligence agents leaked highly sensitive information to the press — mostly because Trump critics are pleased with the result.”
But too little, and too late, did these warnings come to the masses of these US mainstream journalists who have grossly violated the United States most powerful laws against leaking classified information, this report says, and as evidenced by the less than 24 hour period between when General Flynn was secretly moved to his new intelligence position by President Trump and the FBI teams that began sweeping up journalists in both New York City and Washington D.C.
Armed with what are called National Security Letters (NSL’s), this report explains, these FBI teams are presenting their targeted “Canary Trap” journalist “birdies” with an administrative subpoena issued by the President Trump’s federal government authorizing these agents to gather information for national security purposes—and that do not require prior approval from a judge, and if spoken, or written, of by the recipient means automatic imprisonment.