The following article, All 120 Intelligence Services In the World Knew Russia Collusion Was Hoax Within 24 Hours, Historian Says, was first published on Flag And Cross.
It is really as simple as historian Doug Wead made it out to be. Within 24 hours, the entire world knew the Trump-Russia collusion narrative was bunk. Democrats certainly knew, as well. After all, they were behind the whole charade from the jump.
Congressional Democrats refused to concede. They spent the first two years of Trump’s presidency pushing the false narrative, in an attempt to convince enough uninformed Americans that POTUS needed to be impeached. It failed. It failed hard.
Wead noted, “As far as Russian collusion, I have to tell you in my book there’s a great story there. The kids, the Trump kids are traveling all over the world, heads of state are pulling them aside in 2017 and they’re saying, “Please tell your father how sorry we are about this Russian collusion nonsense.” So there you go. If you’re the president of China or president of France you can’t wait two years for the Mueller report. You have your own secret service, there’s 120 intelligence services in the world. Everyone of them checked this out. They knew within 24 hours that this was a bogus story. The future of their country depended on knowing that. So this has kind of lingered on a little too long.”
Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who worked in the Obama administration, is now saying that Barack ordered the Trump-Russia spying operation.
That’s kind of a big deal.
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: The 2017 assessment that the President says he now agrees with, that was done while you and then NCI Director John Brennan were still in office. So, how can we reconcile the President attacking you, but apparently after a very long time finally, allegedly saying — or saying he allegedly agrees with the product of the intelligence community that you, yourself oversaw?
JAMES CLAPPER: Yes, well, this is — yes, as we’ve come to know the President, he is not a stalwart for a consistency or coherence. So it’s very hard to explain that. One point I’d like to make, Anderson, that I don’t think has come up very much before, and I’m alluding now to the President’s criticism of President Obama for all that he did or didn’t do before he left office with respect to the Russian meddling. If it weren’t for President Obama, we might not have done the intelligence community assessment that we did that set off a whole sequence of events which are still unfolding today, notably, special counsel Mueller’s investigation.