While all this is going on, at the same time, the agencies staffed with the same contractors are delivering intelligence that is supposed to be filtered. A neutral report is supposed to be written by the agency in charge before it is delivered into the presidential daily briefing (PDB). The PDB is the most important document produced because of its impact on the world daily.
From the PDB, the president of the United States decides:
" Who is the enemy?
" Who is friendly (or are there really any friends out there)?
" Who is a danger and how?
" Why are they a danger?
" What is their motivation?
" What steps will the US need to take to stop them, turn them in a different direction, or make peace with them?
What happens when the PDB is written by agency personnel or private contractors that want to destroy or embarrass the United States or the sitting president?
How bad does your politics have to be to be OK with starting wars for the sake of your undeveloped ego? It's going on as we speak.
Jameel Jaffer, deputy legal director at the American Civil Liberties Union, said the reported incidents of NSA employees' violations of the law are likely "the tip of the iceberg" of lax data safeguards. The laws guiding the NSA's spying authority in the first place are a bigger issue, he said. "If you only focus on instances in which the NSA violated those laws, you're missing the forest for the trees," Jaffer said. "The bigger concern is not with willful violations of the law but rather with what the law itself allows."
The US government must bring these services back in house. The stakes are too high for the entire world not to. Americans are first on the plate for private Intel today. If you don't think so, disagree with one of them.
Whistle Blowing Ukrainians
In what turns out to be one of the most fortuitous events in recent history, Donald Trump's whistleblower source is in Ukraine. The whistleblower, according to a Ukrainian SBU source is Ukrainian. Lightning has struck again in the same spot for the thousandth time.
The same Ukrainian Intel and hacking groups are at it again.
According to the Hill, A whistleblower complaint released by the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday alleges that President Trump sought to enlist Ukraine's help in the 2020 election by mounting a corruption investigation against former Vice President Joe Biden.