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Wikileaks vs the CIA - or is it the CIA vs the CIA?

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What happens if the CIA gets infiltrated by the CIA? Did Julian Assange allude to it during his Vault 7 press conference? Tune in for all the body language and speech pattern analysis!

Recently, CIA Director Mike Pompeo spoke about Wikileaks, responding directly to Julian Assange's WaPo op-ed. Julian had made the case for Wikileaks' mission to present evidence of corruption with documents instead of heresay from anonymous officials. Pompeo made a thinly veiled threat of relegating the wikileaks website to a deep dark internet black hole, where no American can reach any documents or evidence of government corruption ever again. How does Mike Pompeo go from lauding the Podesta email wikileaks in July of 2016 to threatening to prevent access to the wikileaks website and labeling Julian Assange's organization a "hostile intelligence agency"? Even Jake Tapper of CNN noted this discrepancy after Pompeo's speech.

Julian Assange hinted that there is an internal divide within the CIA, a good CIA vs bad CIA battle for dominance during his March 2017 press conference. But the question remains: why would the CIA deliver such a poorly written response to Wikileaks' threat to their ability to control the narrative? They're preaching to the choir, not even attempting a counter argument, resorting instead to a (weak) character attack. This response only resonates with people who already agree with them. When you've lost total control of mainstream perception of your organization, the same old party line won't change anyone's mind. Who is behind this epic fail of a PR stunt? Do we need a CIA? This progressive patriot argues that we do, but only one that respects the Bill of Rights & extricates itself from the grip of the Deep State.

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