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originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: face23785
Lol "dry up the intel sources" do you even know what you're babbling about? The intel source is captured Taliban, raids and IT monitoring. How could that possibly dry up because of a NYT article?
originally posted by: lightedhype
a reply to: SKEPTEK
The same Covid 'hoax' that your leader has let kill 150 thousand American citizens? On a global stage of embarrassment no doubt. That hoax?
originally posted by: network dude
originally posted by: 3sixand9
Since when did ATS start taking the Pentagon at its word?
I know it didn't start under Obama
The migration of government cucks to ATS is what killed it
yup, you are totally correct. We should take the anonymous source as GOD's WORD and ignore those directly involved.
You make me smile.
Schiff has so far refused to acknowledge that his staff was aware of the allegations. “I can’t comment on the specifics,” he said when asked by a reporter whether he indeed knew of the intelligence before the New York Times story. He has also acknowledged that Trump was never briefed on the intelligence.
But none of this has stopped him from complaining that Trump took no action against Russia.
The Federalist’s Sean Davis and Mollie Hemingway wrote:
Schiff’s recent complaints that Trump took no action against Russia in response to rumors of Russian bounties are curious given that Schiff himself took no action after his top staff were briefed by intelligence officials. As chairman of the intelligence committee, Schiff had the authority to immediately brief the full committee and convene hearings on the matter. Schiff, however, did nothing. He did not brief his committee on the matter, nor did he brief the gang of 8, which consists of top congressional leadership in both chambers.
However, now Schiff is demanding that the Trump administration brief all of Congress about the unverified allegations, although he himself did not ask for a briefing of the Intelligence Committee following the February briefing of his own staff, as Davis and Hemingway pointed out.