AG Sessions Speaks Out Against Traitorous Leakers in Intel Community: ‘These Leaks Cannot Be Tolerated’
Today, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a statement on the constant flood of leaks and the ways in which the Trump administration is handling these types of situations going forward.
The leaks will not be tolerated.
Since President Trump took office an endless series of leaks keep plaguing the internal workings of the White House and is putting a number of key relationships at stake while also undermining the President’s trust in those working around him. It appears that the White House is staffed by adversaries to President Trump’s agenda and progress is being stalled due to this – but things are about to change.
The following is the statement from AG Sessions:
Statement from Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Leaks Following the Manchester Terror Attack
WASHINGTON – Attorney General Jeff Sessions today issued the following statement on the recent leaks following the Manchester terror attack:
“I share the president’s deep concern and talked to Home Secretary Rudd yesterday about this matter. These leaks cannot be tolerated and we will make every effort to put an end to it. We have already initiated appropriate steps to address these rampant leaks that undermine our national security.”
An analysis of the most recent leaks clearly shows that the leaks are being reported by very biased liberal MSM outlets that were adamantly opposed to the election of President Trump. These ‘leaks’ in all cases are not supported with any names of so-called sources. Former FBI Director James Comey reportedly made some statements in the ‘leaks’ but to this date he has not corroborated any of the statements he reportedly recently made after his firing. In addition, all the ‘leaks’ rebutted have been invalidated by known sources.
|Date||Media Outlet Reporting||Stated Source||Leak||Rebuttal|
|5/20/17||CNN||Source [not identified]||Comey now believes Trump was trying to influence him on his judgement about Russia probe||Not corroborated by Comey– Refuted by Comey’s testimony|
|5/19/2017||New York Times||Document summarizing the meeting [not provided]||Trump called Comey a ‘Nutjob’||Russian FM Lavrov refutes claims that He discussed Comey’s dismissal with Trump|
|5/19/2017||Washington Post||Sources [not identified]||law-enforcement investigation into possible co-ordination between Russia and the Trump campaign had identified a current White House official as a significant person of interest||No legal implications at all|
|5/17/17||Washington Post||Audio recording [not in their possession]||House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy says Putin pays Trump||Those present said he was joking|
|5/16/17||New York Times||Comey memo [not provided or admittedly seen by NYT reporter]||Trump had asked Comey to stop Flynn investigation||Comey testified under oath on May 3rd that he had never been pressured by Trump to stop any investigations|
|5/15/17||Washington Post||Current and former US officials [not identified]||Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador||National Security Advisor McMaster stated nothing shared that was not already public and article itself stated President has authority to declassify secrets.|
|5/12/17||The Hill||One former transition team official with close ties to the administration [not identified]||“It’s total chaos” [the White House]||Constant message coming out of MSM not substantiated|
|5/12/17||ABC||Sources [not identified]||Comey furious at lack of respect White House showed||Not corroborated by Comey|
|5/12/17||CNN||Source familiar with the matter [not identified]||Former FBI Director James Comey is “not worried about any tapes” of conversations between him and President Donald Trump||Not corroborated by Comey|
|5/12/17||Daily Beast||One official [not identified]||White House staff react to Trump tweet with “Jesus”||Not corroborated by anyone, not illegal, another MSM hit piece|
|5/11/17||New York Times||Two people who heard Comey’s account of the dinner [not identified]||In a Private Dinner, Trump Demanded Loyalty. Comey Demurred.||Trump denied this in NBC Interview|
|5/10/17||CNN||Two sources [not identified]||James Comey sought more resources for Russia investigation||Current Director Rosenstein stated in a House probe that there was no evidence Comey asked for more resources for Russia probe|
Then this week US intelligence officials leaked the transcript of President Trump’s phone call with Filipino President Duterte.
Evidence in Hillary Clinton’s creepy campaign manager John Podesta’s emails released before the election by WikiLeaks show that the Clinton campaign was in cahoots with the mainstream media. At least 65 MSM reporters were meeting with and/or coordinating offline with top Hillary advisors.