"He Will Die In Jail" - Intelligence Community Ready To "Go Nuclear" On Trump

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After nearly two full days of media hysteria following the forced resignation of General Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor, a resignation which the Trump administration attributed to a 'trust issue' rather than any concerns over the legality of his actions, Trump took to twitter to ask why no one within the media seemed to care about the mass leaks being "illegally given out by "intelligence" like candy" before describing the actions as "very un-American." 


And earlier today at a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump again called out the intelligence community saying they continue to commit "criminal acts" in leaking intelligence reports.

"Papers are being leaked, things are being leaked.  It's a criminal action, criminal act.  People are trying to cover up for a terrible loss that the Democrats had under Hillary Clinton."


"I think it's very unfair what's happened with General Flynn and the documents and papers that were illegally leaked."


As it turns out, at least according to former NSA intelligence analyst John Schindler, the folks within the intelligence community aren't taking too kindly to being called out by the President for their "criminal acts" or to being referred to as "very un-American." By way of reminder, this is the same John Schindler who ended his relationship with the Naval War College after he was caught in a sexting scandal...

it was not Schindler’s unhinged comments that brought him to official disgrace. It was, ironically, his inappropriate use of communications technology.


The former employee of the premiere signal intelligence agency of the world stupidly decided to send a picture of his penis to a person he met on the internet. The picture, along with a corresponding email where Schindler said he was not in a traditional marriage, were made public by Twitter user @Currahee88. According to @Currahee88 the information was released to shame Schindler though Schindler initially speculated he may be the victim of an intelligence operation.


Schindler was subsequently put on leave from the Naval War College pending a review. The review was completed with the result reportedly told to Schindler in late July that he was out at the Naval War College. He was apparently given the option of resigning rather than being fired, which he took.

But we digress. In a series of tweets posted earlier today, Schindler relayed the very blunt thoughts of a "senior intelligence community friend":

"Now we go nuclear. IC war going to new levels. Just got an EM fm senior IC friend, it began: "He will die in jail."


So when efforts to spin a Russian hacking narrative fail to sway an electorate in the desired direction of the intelligence community, we guess treason is the logical next step?

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A Nanny Moose's picture

WADR Knucks....

IDK if legalese is the answer. These fucking Communists only understand force. It's what they've been bred and raised to understand. One cannot reason with them. They destroy the Trivium in reverse. Rhetoric > Logic > Grammar.


After all reason is tossed out the window, force is all that remains. Act accordingly.

Croesus's picture

Why are these "Intelligence" agencies even still around?

They should be permanently disbanded, and many of their employees should be rotting in prison.

Drug trafficking & murder are just for starters.

There's a reason the CIA has an inside joke about "Criminals In Action".

chunga's picture

If Trump is legit he has to act fast to clean sweep these traitorous agencies because they've joined forces with msm and the rest of the "establishment" to turn public opinion against him.

The only group he can trust is the people who voted for him. That's his only support and that's who he should act on behalf of.

Lock her up! Lock up a lot of them and keep going.

FreedomGuy's picture

First, he did not say the whole NSA is unamerican. He was talking about those doing the leaks. That is true and it is also probably illegal depending on the leak.

Second, I think Trump has a likely Praetorian guard or at least corrupt entrenched leftist and bureaucratic powers. His first acts may have to be purges.

Last, if the intelligence community had stuff to put him in jail then they should have done it. Why wait till now? Reason 1: They don't and have to manufacture it. Reason 2: They did but they are corrupt and wanted to blackmail him. Neither answer is good.

I'm with Snowden on the NSA and CIA.

dogismycopilot's picture

Progs are trying to remove President Trump's head of his private security: http://prospect.org/article/trump’s-private-security-force-operational-and-legal-swamp

jeff montanye's picture

yes, it's a plan a and b, not sure which is a.  assassination or impeachment.

who's his food taster?  i'd semi routinely send stuff out for analysis.  and let them know.

trump should never give up his personal security.  remember jfk and anwar sadat: https://pastparallelpaths.com/2012/04/14/the-assassinations-of-anwar-sad...


trump is the president.  look what shit dick cheney pulled and he was only the vice president.

TheMeatTrapper's picture

I think Trump may be reconsidering his position on Snowden after this little experience.  

jeff montanye's picture

talk about walking a mile in another man's shoes.

i hope some of the sheeple are getting their bangs trimmed.

TungstenBars's picture

He should just go on TV and come clean about how the US establishment has hijacked the country.

If he does that then it will be open season on these fuckers and I doubt pedos like the fucker from the article are going to have enough time to put their pants on before the American people give them the gaddafi treatment. 

bigkahuna's picture

I agree with you - the main reason I voted for him was to get the swamp drained. Now he has hired in the vampire squid to the treasury and canned his anti-neocon security advisor...he is leaps ahead of shill - but I cannot say I am happy with him at all right now...

He needs to tell us wtf is really going on and if he needs our help - he needs to let the balloon go up.

NoPension's picture

NASCAR had a cheating problem. They went a long way to solving it by hiring the biggest fugging cheater known, and putting him in charge of policing the pits.

Assholes. It takes one to know one.

Plus....he still doesn't have his full Cabinet...and the SC.

Croesus's picture

@ Chunga:

You are 100% right, and I hope that the real support base realizes that this is a fight for our lives. If they win, it's 'death by 1,000 cuts', as we watch this world sink further down into the mire of global tyranny.

Peaceful solutions will not be allowed to work...so war, it is.

NoPension's picture

Our founders, in their infinite wisdom...and knowing what happens with some cunts when they get power...planned for this. Brilliant.

Soap box.

Ballot box

Jury box.

Cartridge box

The courts and ballots are fucked. MSM has the soap box. The answer is obvious.

Krungle's picture

Joined with? They've all been part of the same apparatus for a very long time.

chunga's picture

That's right, the roots are very deep. Pruning or patching won't work, this is a job for a dozer.

chubbar's picture

Decided to tune into Hannity, just fucking crazy. They had DeGenova on, he says this is a Coup against trump and that the AG HAS to convene a grand jury. Also, that tracking the leak should be easy, many felonies were committed. Said the country is in real trouble (I think we all know that).

I've not heard this kind of rhetoric for quite a while.

Also, the head of the DNC war room was on, little fag, who was jumping out of his skin at the prospect of impeaching Trump. Said this was bigger than Watergate and that Trump was colluding with Russian intelligence to win the election. Of course he had no evidence but that hasn't stopped these titheads from running their mouths to date.

jeff montanye's picture

and one more time, russia has never attacked the u.s. and in fact beat hitler for us.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Stalingrad

israel has attacked the u.s. several times so why don't the "intelligence agencies" think it odd to have dual nationality israeli/u.s. citizens larded through the upper reaches of the government and the military (and the intelligence agencies for that matter, oops, answered my own question).

chindit13's picture

Do you get weekends off from the asylum, or are you considered too much of a danger to yourself or children?

Around here, in the company of your fellow loons, perhaps you can be a cult hero. That does not change reality, however. You know nothing, but your addled brain leads you down the path of insanity. Maybe it's not your fault. Maybe it is just bad chemicals, or perhaps you are the offspring of mutants.

You're in good company here, fed enough raw meat by the RT overlords to keep you facile and harmless, provided the asylum doors stay locked.

chunga's picture

You scatter comments around similar to that one that contain nothing but insults. There is nothing else there.

Arrow4Truth's picture

Ah, just disregard chindit. He/she/it is still pissed because the cunt didn't win the election... or is getting paid to be devisive. Either way, it is bitter to the point of insanity. Obviously psycho/sociopathic. Cheers.

zeronetwork's picture

World is changing rapidly and intelligence community is unaware of it.

jeff montanye's picture

well, they thought the ussr in the '80's was sufficiently dangerous such that they had to train and arm the mujahideen generally and osama bin laden particularly.

the ussr didn't make it into the 1990's.  the mujahideen and osama made it into the twenty first century.  we are told.  job security, right?

so understanding the granular significance of the nexus of the internet, smart phones, social networks, the lowest labor force participation in quite some time and the first president not vetted by aipac might well tax them.

Croesus's picture

Know nothing? Nobody ever told me that before...

Seems like you may have got your 'widdle feewings' hurt.

That you have to resort to juvenile attempts at insult on the interwebs doesn't really say much for you, does it?

Shemp 4 Victory's picture

The voices in his head tell him he's a secret agent. He knows oh so much more than anyone.

You can't even imagine how I laugh when reading it. It is very uplifting, like notes of a schizophrenic from ward No. 6.

Last1Out's picture

You ought of have your ass beat for calling yourself a Chindit.

Last1Out's picture

You ought to have your ass beat for calling yourself a Chindit.

Yes We Can. But Lets Not.'s picture

chindit, it is as if your personality split on Nov 8, 2016.

Shemp 4 Victory's picture


You're in good company here, fed enough raw meat by the RT overlords to keep you facile and harmless, provided the asylum doors stay locked.

...said the guy who believes CNN, BuzzFeed, and the NYT.



Max Cynical's picture

"Intelligence" is overrated...if the intelligence agencies went away, would anyone notice?

Chief Wonder Bread's picture

President Trump is going to have to really get tough after firing Flynn to convince me he's serious about reining in the IC. He failed big-time when he fired Flynn. I'm still hoping for the best.

jeff montanye's picture

firing flynn is ok imo.  it's a firing offence if someone wants to make it one.  apparently trump did.  it also gives him an initially concilliatory look to the public.  but he does have to do a far, far better job.  that immigration ban was not what was needed, on any level.  if you don't win you lose.  he must take command of the armed forces and the clandestine services.  fire whom he must.  if ever he needed to say it . . . .

get in front of the story and talk over the media to the people, but have something to say.  lead.

land_of_the_few's picture

Don't they study history, hubris has a way of biting you on the ass.

JRobby's picture

Get a large, special MP force together and arrest a couple hundred of them.

Tarzan's picture

It's worth repeating

There's way more going on here then first alleged.


From Bloomberg, not my choice for news, but


There is another component to this story as well -- as Trump himself just tweeted. It's very rare that reporters are ever told about government-monitored communications of U.S. citizens, let alone senior U.S. officials. The last story like this to hit Washington was in 2009 when Jeff Stein, then of CQ, reported on intercepted phone calls between a senior Aipac lobbyist and Jane Harman, who at the time was a Democratic member of Congress. 



Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by the FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations from the cloak of anonymity. This is what police states do.  



In the past it was considered scandalous for senior U.S. officials to even request the identities of U.S. officials incidentally monitored by the government (normally they are redacted from intelligence reports). John Bolton's nomination to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations was derailed in 2006 after the NSA confirmed he had made 10 such requests when he was Undersecretary of State for Arms Control in George W. Bush's first term. The fact that the intercepts of Flynn's conversations with Kislyak appear to have been widely distributed inside the government is a red flag.



Representative Devin Nunes, the Republican chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, told me Monday that he saw the leaks about Flynn's conversations with Kislyak as part of a pattern. "There does appear to be a well orchestrated effort to attack Flynn and others in the administration," he said. "From the leaking of phone calls between the president and foreign leaders to what appears to be high-level FISA Court information, to the leaking of American citizens being denied security clearances, it looks like a pattern."




And this from Damon Linker, a must read, even though he's a lefty, He makes some spot on points.



President Trump was roundly mocked among liberals for that tweet. But he is, in many ways, correct. These leaks are an enormous problem. And in a less polarized context, they would be recognized immediately for what they clearly are: an effort to manipulate public opinion for the sake of achieving a desired political outcome. It's weaponized spin.............



But no matter what Flynn did, it is simply not the role of the deep state to target a man working in one of the political branches of the government by dishing to reporters about information it has gathered clandestinely. It is the role of elected members of Congress to conduct public investigations of alleged wrongdoing by public officials.......



But the answer isn't to counter it with equally irregular acts of sabotage — or with a disinformation campaign waged by nameless civil servants toiling away in the surveillance state.....

jcaz's picture

Riiiiiight....  You IC clowns couldn't find 340,000 Hillary emails with both hands,  you go for it......

I love the smell of fear and the realization that you're unemployable once you lose your bogus IC job.

Mustafa Kemal's picture

" You IC clowns couldn't find 340,000 Hillary emails with both hands, "

Do you really believe that? 

This IS serious. 

Can you trust the CIA? NSA? DHS? to support the constitution?


HardAssets's picture

Some say there are 'White Hats' in the military, IC, and other positions in government that supported Trump in order to save America from a globalists coup against America. Is that true, or just a ridiculous fantasy? Who knows.

There is likely a battle going on behind the scenes that we in the public are totally unaware of. We might as well save any energy spent on anger, second guessing, or criticism. How can we comment when left totally in the dark ?

Arrow4Truth's picture

Certainly interesting. Looks as if the alphabet agencies, particularly CIA, FBI, and DOD (Pentagon) are at war with each other to see who can extort the most lifeforce (fraudulent money). Unfortunately, in their fervor they make big, glaring mistakes and blame the other guy. Sad, funny, and tragic simultaneously. Let us just watch from outside the box until this circus progresses to the final act... locked and loaded, no less. Cheers.

phaedrus1952's picture

Russian intelligence would be able to identify corrupt US IC operatives and even furnish proof.

Flynn would have been a trusted authority to  act.

The corrupt American IC players are fighting for their very lives.

ReZn8r's picture

the answer to your questions is ... absolutely not.

Elco the Constitutionalist's picture
Elco the Constitutionalist (not verified) Tarzan Feb 15, 2017 8:57 PM

Nunes is senior leadership in the swamp. If there is criminal behavior in the intel community, you can be sure Nunes either knows about it or is complicit.

flaunt's picture

This is exactly why good men stay out of politics and we only get the scumbags who are so dirty they're easily controlled.

techpriest's picture

I think this is a great reason to defund the CIA and NSA.

espirit's picture

Trump needs to set out a bunch of spring traps, the kind that fracture limbs.

He's being too nice to these vermin. 

auricle's picture

How many globalists are embedded in the intelligence agencies? How does the president go about cleaning the rats out after decades of infestation?

Dabooda's picture

Summon the entire CIA to Rat HQ in Langley at a particular time and date, and detonate a small, clean nuclear bomb on the gathering. 

divingengineer's picture

How about just send in the 101st Airborne to overtake and arrest these NSA sites.

phaedrus1952's picture

Putin's arrest of Khodorkovsky using Spetznaz troops may be a model of things to come with the corrupt pukes at Lang!ey