DNI Ratcliffe details how China influenced the 2020 election while the intel community deep state worked to cover it up
Friday, January 15, 2021 by JD Heyes
(Natural News) It should be patently obvious by now that the swamp creatures that inhabit the deep state and the bowels of government not only want to punish Donald Trump for daring to win an election and keep his promise to clear them out, they want to ruin him, his family and his businesses for good.
That’s what the second impeachment is about. It’s what trying to convict him as he is set to walk out of the White House is about (so he can’t ever run for a second term). That’s what deplatforming him from all social media (despite taking losses of billions of dollars in valuation) is about. It’s what ending long-standing business relations is about.
Donald Trump never told his supporters to ‘storm’ the U.S. Capitol Building. Reread his speech or listen to it online; he even used the word “peacefully” when describing how he wanted supporters to behave when the arrived at the Capitol.
But this is all being done to get rid of the biggest threat to the existence of the deep state and their ability to maintain control of their fiefdoms and power centers — and to prevent our rightful president from fully exposing what actually happened during the November election.
The few loyal constitutionalists remaining on Trump’s skeleton staff are doing their best to show their allegiance not to him but to all of us and the founding document that is supposed to guide our elected officials and the bureaucracy that they built. One of them is Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe.
In a memo titled, “Views on Intelligence Community Election Security Analysis,” Ratcliffe made it clear that China, not Russia (Russia! Russia! Russia!, the deep state yelled) was far more heavily involved in disrupting our election — but the #NeverTrump faction within the intelligence community has hid their involvement in order to get rid of a commander-in-chief they have never liked.
“From my unique vantage point as the individual who consumes all of the U.S. government’s most sensitive intelligence on the People’s Republic of China, I do not believe the majority view expressed by the Intelligence Community (IC) analysts fully and accurately reflects the scope of the Chinese government’s efforts to influence the 2020 U.S. federal elections,” Ratcliffe wrote.
“The majority view expressed in this ICA [Intelligence Community Assessment] with regard to China’s actions to influence the election fall short of the mark for several specific reasons,” he added, noting that IC guidelines require assessments to be free of political bias, though in Ratcliffe’s view, the China portion of the election analysis wasn’t. (Related: Pompeo issues sanctions against communist China, Venezuelan election corporation.)
“China analysts were hesitant to assess Chinese actions as undue influence or interference. These analysts appeared reluctant to have their analysis on China brought forward because they tend to disagree with the administration’s policies, saying in effect, I don’t want our intelligence used to support those policies,” the IC Ombudsman found. “This behavior would constitute a violation of Analytic Standard B: Independence of Political Considerations.”
This politicization of intelligence has been happening since Donald Trump beat the deep state’s favorite (and corrupt) candidate, Hillary Clinton.
How do you thinking mainstream newspapers got a hold of incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s phone conversation with a Russian diplomat? That stuff isn’t public record.
And how about the ‘whistleblower’ complaint regarding the bogus claim of a Trump “quid pro quo” from the Ukrainian president, which led to the president’s first bogus impeachment? Trump even tried to head off the fake narrative by releasing a transcript of his phone call — but that didn’t matter because impeachment had been spoken of openly since before he took office.
As for the Chinese, if we have U.S. intelligence community analysts going easy on the ChiCom regime, then that can only mean Beijing has found many inroads into our most sensitive intelligence agencies.
World War III can’t be far off.
See more reporting like this at DeepState.news.