WAYNE MADSEN REPORT
By Wayne Madsen
Today, The New York Times has been leading the charge against Trump and his transition team, citing an unfounded U.S. Intelligence Community report calling out the news network RT and Sputnik News for "interfering" in the U.S. election by pushing "fake news." The Times is engaged in a sort of demagoguery that Murrow, if he were alive today, would assuredly condemn.
After exposing McCarthy before the nation as a dangerous demagogue, Murrow summed up his broadcast by issuing a stark warning the American public: "We proclaim ourselves, as indeed we are, the defenders of freedom, wherever it continues to exist in the world, but we cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home."
The U.S. Intelligence Community, which is well-known for marketing false intelligence on the former USSR, North Vietnam, Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, Iran, Cuba, Muammar Qaddafi’s Libya, and Bashar al-Assad’s Syria, added its own opinionated "chapeau" on the intelligence report’s screed about RT and Sputnik: the election interference was all personally directed by Russian President Vladimir Putin! Just as the Central Intelligence Agency’s dirty hands were all over the "Prop or Not" list, as they were on McCarthy’s phony list of 205 State Department "Red" employees, they were also on the personal attack on Putin.
|CNN's CIA pedophile Anderson Cooper showcased Reich and presented his unsubstantiated "intel" and anti-Trump propaganda as "truth"|
Reich, in one fell swoop, netted all of his perceived Russian agents-of-influence: Trump, Putin, Manafort, Tillerson, ExxonMobil, and Rosneft. Former Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid added another name to the neo-McCarthyite "list": Trump adviser Carter Page, who had, before the election, committed the egregious infraction of visiting Moscow.