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1) The US intelligence leadership dislikes Donald Trump for
reasons I won't detail here. But simply read former CIA head John
Brennan's tweets or latest book to see the degree of the
intelligence community's distaste for Trump.
2) The US intelligence community KNEW in November 2019 the
pandemic was impending. The IC failed to alert in a timely
fashion. This wasn't an intelligence failure to gather
intelligence. This was an intelligence sabotage. Mishandling of
covid-19 was a huge factor in Trump's election defeat.
3) In a recent military report, it was clearly stated to properly
fund the US military, US entitlement programs would have to be
drastically trimmed. Entitlements include Medicaid and Social Security.
4) 80% of covid-19 deaths are elderly over 65 years of age. When
you are dead you don't receive Social Security payments or Medicaid.
5) Win-Win. Two Birds, One Stone. a) Trump, gone and b) the
Elderly sucking the military budget dry, gone.
Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper
In my experience, there would only be a few reasons to fire a
secretary of defense with 72 days left in an administration,
Representative Elissa Slotkin, Democrat of Michigan and a former
Pentagon official in the Obama administration, said in a statement.
One would be incompetence or wrongdoing,
ESPER WOULD HAVE KNOWN: Defense Secretary Mark Esper was questioned
about the purported November intelligence assessment by ABCs George
Stephanopoulos on last Sundays episode of This Week.
Did the Pentagon receive an intelligence assessment on COVID in China
last November from the National Center for Medical Intelligence of
DIA? Stephanopoulos asked.
Oh, I can't recall, George, said Esper,
What did the U.S. military know about the disruptive and deadly effects
of COVID-19 and when did they know it? In April, the Pentagon denied a
report that the National Center for Medical Intelligence was concerned
about a potential pandemic as far back as last November. But there may
be more to the story.
On Wednesday, Gen. Robert Ashley, who runs the Defense Intelligence
Agency NMCIs parent agency said that the agency did what we were
supposed to and that a bigger story would come out eventually.
As an ex-president, Trump could disclose the secrets he learned while in
Shane Harris November 10, 2020
As president, Donald Trump selectively revealed highly classified
information to attack his adversaries, gain political advantage and to
impress or intimidate foreign governments, in some cases jeopardizing
U.S. intelligence capabilities. As an ex-president, theres every reason
to worry he will do the same, thus posing a unique national security
dilemma for the Biden administration, current and former officials and
All presidents exit the office with valuable national secrets in their
heads, including the procedures for launching nuclear weapons,
intelligence-gathering capabilities including assets deep inside
foreign governments and the development of new and advanced weapon
But no new president has ever had to fear that his predecessor might
expose the nations secrets as President-elect Joe Biden must with
Trump, current and former officials said. Not only does Trump have a
history of disclosures, he checks the boxes of a classic
counterintelligence risk: He is deeply in debt and angry at the U.S.
government, particularly what he describes as the deep state
conspiracy that he believes tried to stop him from winning the White
House in 2016 and what he falsely claims is an illegal effort to rob him
Democrat's toys. Call it The Samson Option.