Robert Steele simply tells it how it is. The former CIA spy is no stranger to truth telling, as he has made waves in the past by publicly stating that almost every single “terrorist attack” that has taken place in the U.S. has been a false flag event.
Robert has also publicly talked about the global collateral accounts, which is the biggest financial cover-up on this planet.
In Robert’s latest expose’, he has not only said that the CIA is lying about the alleged “Russian hacking,” but that Barack Obama, CIA Director John Brennan and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper should all be impeached for “lying to the public on a matter of great importance.”
Steele went on to write in his article:
“John Brennan is a liar. He has no evidence, this narrative is absolute crap. John Brennan does not represent the good people of the CIA — John Brennan is divorced from ethics and reality and is making this crap up as he goes. The media should be held accountable by the public for failing to be professional. As Phil Geraldi says directly, this is a conspiracy to delegitimize Donald Trump, poison the well with Russia, and subvert the Constitutional process — the equivalent of jury tampering.”
We must remember too that Robert Steele isn’t just an average former CIA spy. Robert has over 18 years experience in the U.S. Intelligence community and over 20 years experience in commercial intelligence and training. He’s trained over 7,500 officers from over 66 countries and is also a former Marine who co-founded the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity.
He is also one of the biggest proponents of open-source technology. One of his books, The Open Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth and Trust, is based on the concept that everything in our world would change for the better if we adopted systems that were open sourced. Robert’s motto with open source everything is: The truth at any cost, lowers all other costs.
As an advocate of “truth at any cost,” as well as the lies he has openly exposed in the past, Robert has positioned himself to be credible with regards to a broad range of subjects. Thus, his stance on the rumors going around that Russia “hacked” the U.S. is worth serious consideration. In his article, Robert makes distinctions between “hacking, leaking and manipulating electronic information.”
“To hack means to gain unauthorized access. Generally state actors who gain unauthorized access seek to conceal the fact of their access; they do not leak information because it reveals their success.
To leak means to share information – whether accessed as an authorized insider or stolen as an unauthorized outsider – so as to achieve a political, economic, cultural, or social effect.
To manipulate means to alter – either words in the case of emails, creating false impressions; or in the case of electronic voting machines, actually re-directing votes to achieve a predetermined outcome.
Based on my own personal review of all available sources, both classified and unclassified, I believe the following to be true:
1. NSA and CIA have been spying on US politicians and US political organizations with impunity. The loss of integrity by NSA and CIA is a much greater threat to our Constitution and our Republic than any cyber-espionage by the Russians or anyone else.
2. According to William Binney, an NSA whistle-blower, the leaks from the Democratic National Committee were done by NSA insiders furious over the willful misbehavior of Hillary Clinton and her staff in the handling of classified information. According to Julian Assange the Russians did not provide this information. According to Ambassador Craig Murray, who met the provider of this information, it was a US insider, not a Russian. James Bamford, the noted author who knows more people across NSA than I ever will, has also challenged the veracity of the claim that the Russians leaked the DNC emails.
3. With respect to the hacking of John Podesta’s emails, all available information suggests that this was a singleton hacker who appears to have routed their phishing expedition via Russia’s Yandex service – getting Podesta to change his email using a link they provided – and the release of Podesta’s emails was a hacker transparency action rather than a state-sponsored covert influence action. There is some evidence to suggest that the hacker who approached Podesta, although he/she routed their attack through Yandex, a provider in Russia, does not speak Russian, which most Russians do.
4. The 650,000 emails alleged to have been found on Anthony Weiner’s laptop by the NYPD – including emails showing the transmission of classified information to IP addresses in Saudi Arabia and Qatar – are not yet a matter of public record, having been promptly sequestered by the FBI, but they merit comment because they were noted by the US public and can specifically not be blamed on the Russians.
5. Finally we have the matter of electronic vote tampering. Stanford University has demonstrated that Hillary Clinton stole 13 primaries from Bernie Sanders. Later, when she started trying to blame the Russians for her loss of standing in public polls, this had the unintended effect of leading DHS to closely monitor electronic voting, and may have stopped Hillary Clinton from using the same electronic fraud methods against Donald Trump. There is absolutely no evidence that the Russians or anyone other than US political insiders, have sought to or succeeded in electronic ballot tampering or the many other forms of electoral fraud.
6. I note with sadness that the media – the so-called fourth estate – has been completely lacking in intelligence and integrity. The New York Times and The Washington Post have been particularly reckless and irresponsible in taking at face value anonymous sources making undocumented claims.
Based on all of the above, I believe the Electoral College should be informed that the President’s original validation of the election outcome should be taken at face value; that the CIA report is rescinded and John Brennan dismissed from service; and that they should comply with their Constitutional duties as directed by their various state protocols. Sadly, neither the Director of National Intelligence nor the President of the United States appear to have the integrity to tell the truth on this matter.”
With this latest announcement, we now have another intelligence expert (who has a reputation for telling the truth) come out and claim that the CIA is lying about the alleged “Russian hacking.”
Just a couple days ago, Julian Assange said that the source of the leaks is not the Russian government. Former UK ambassador Craig Murray also stated that it wasn’t the Russians. How much longer can this false narrative continue?