Trump’s ‘Deep State Advisor’ Reveals Obama Illegally Spied On Him, Leaked It To Washington Post
President Trump’s ‘deep state advisor,’ Blackwater USA founder Erik Prince, revealed during a November 30th testimony in front of the House Intelligence Committee, that the Obama administration spied on him and then leaked details to the Washington Post.
According to the Washington Post, Prince met with Kirill Dmitriev, a Russian investor, for roughly half an hour while in Sychelles. The Prince-Dmitriev meeting was ‘proof,’ that Trump team had multiple backchannels to the Kremlin, claimed the paper.
“Prince suggested that the Obama administration “unmasked” his name from intelligence reports which were then leaked to the Post, and that the article damaged his relationship with the UAE,” reported ZeroPointNow.
Prince says he was told that an Obama National Security Council staffer provided the intelligence to the Washington Post, after the administration opened a counter-intelligence investigation into the Trump campaign in July 2016 based in part on a salacious dossier funded by Hillary Clinton and the DNC. […]
Congressman, Erik Prince, a private citizen, traveled to the Seychelles to meet with some Emirati people that he’d known for a few years. And while there, they said, ‘Oh, there is this Russian guy that’s also here to see us. Might be useful for you to meet him.’ And like I said, I met him for a maximum of 30 minutes, probably much less than that because it doesn’t take me that long to drink a beer in a bar.” […]
“What are you doing to prevent the illicit use of the intelligence apparatus by a political party, particular the previous one that did that to me,” Prince asked Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA), adding “I’m really bothered by that – and any American should be, particularly as Congress votes to reauthorize significant ability for the intelligence community to dig into our lives, whether you’re a private citizen or not, from all the electronics that you do.
As reported by The Intercept, the Trump administration is considering proposals developed by Prince and a in an effort to provide CIA Director Mike Pompeo and the White House with a global, private spy network that would go around the U.S.’s official SWAMP-INFESTED intelligence agencies…
Reportedly, the proposals would see an army of spies with no official cover in numerous countries that are “denied areas” for current American intelligence personnel – like North Korea and Iran. Included in the proposals are the consideration of creating a new global rendition unit with the goal of capturing terrorist suspects around the world. A propaganda campaign in the Middle East and Europe to combat Islamic extremism was considered in the proposals as well.