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With revelations over the last several years about the role the CIA has played interfering in U.S. politics, it seems fair to ask: Does the CIA run America?

In 2016, then CIA Director John Brennan helped organize a campaign to smear the Republican candidate for President as a Russian spy. Much of that operation was run out of London, where future CIA Director Gina Haspel was station chief. And weeks before the 2020 election, several former CIA directors were among the more than 40 former agency employees who signed a letter dismissing reports of Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian “disinformation.”

And recently, we were given a clearer picture of why Ukraine and Russia keep showing up in deep state operations. Sure, the CIA is defending its political allies, like the Bidens, but by targeting Trump and other America First figures, it’s primarily protecting its own equities.

An article published this week gave a look at the CIA’s secret relationship with Ukraine, including the U.S. clandestine service’s role in the Ukraine-Russia war. What this latest article on the CIA-Ukraine relationship shows is that U.S. intelligence services have become a government unto themselves — unaccountable to the American people and their elected representatives.

Did you know that the CIA has built 12 spy installations on Ukraine’s border with Russia? Or what about the fact that U.S. spy services provide Kyiv with intelligence for targeted missile strikes, track Russian troop movements, and help support Ukrainian spy networks? In short, the CIA is waging war on Russia. Whether it serves the U.S. national interest to be waging a secret war against a foreign power with a formidable nuclear arsenal is a question left unanswered.

The lead writer on the article is Adam Entous, a media operative who appears to be favored by U.S. spy services to message on their behalf. During the Russiagate scandal, Entous’ name was on scores of articles based on leaks of classified information. None of them of course came from whistleblowers calling out government corruption and fraud. Rather, these selectively crafted leaks were designed to prosecute a political operation targeting the sitting President and his aides.

For instance, Entous was an author of a story sourced to an illegally leaked transcript of a phone call between General Mike Flynn, now chair of America’s Future, and the Russian ambassador to Washington, Sergei Kislyak. That article contributed to the CIA’s effort to push General Flynn out of the White House and advance the plot against Trump.

Of course, it’s not great for the Ukrainian people either, at war with a much more powerful state thanks in part to the incompetence and corruption of their own leadership, supported by U.S. government bureaucracies that left a record of failure in foreign wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. And naturally all of it is funded by all of us, the American taxpayer.

It’s enough to make you throw up your hands in despair — but we won’t. We can’t. Remember that in the last major war America won, it didn’t get easier after our troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. Before a conclusive WWII victory, our soldiers fought through the dense woods of France and endured a winter of hell during the Battle of the Bulge. It’s hard right now for us, and the woods are going to get denser. And the deep state counter-movements will become fiercer, especially as they come to recognize they’re in retreat.

This is our fight for freedom at home. It’s our fight for the Republic. We were born for this time.

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