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WHAT WE KNOW FOR CERTAIN ABOUT THE TEIXEIRA LEAKS

Regardless of the classified materials involved or the leaker's identity and history, we see top-level Biden Administration officials lying and leaking to protect the Administration from harm.

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  • You can't trust our government.

It appears that lying and leaking are the mainstays of the Obama/Biden Administration. Several independent sources have suggested that the Pentagon and the CIA are manipulating the so-called Teixeira leak to their advantage. Both the DOD and the CIA have a long record of overstating the importance of leaks to push additional funding through Congress or to support legislation granting them additional surveillance powers which compromise the Constitutional civil rights of American citizens.

Kash Patel Questions Emerging Narrative on Pentagon Leaks: ‘This Is an Extensive Cover-Up’

Kash Patel, former chief of staff at the Pentagon and former deputy director of National Intelligence, in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News on Friday, questioned the evolving narrative over the Pentagon leaks — specifically that a 21-year-old Massachusetts Air National Guard reservist acted alone to leak top secret military data.

Patel, a former federal prosecutor, said he does not believe “for a single second, this guy — a 21-year-old Air National Guardsman — ran this operation alone.”

Patel said, first, the suspected leaker, Jack Teixeira, would not have had access to the information without someone within the Department of Defense (DOD) or the intelligence community giving it to him, providing it to him, or telling him it should be put out there. “It’s just not possible,” he said.

He said even though he worked in information technology (IT), he still would not have had access to the information. “You can be the biggest IT person in DOD, and you are still compartmented off of the actual information. Almost never does an IT person need to know, as we say, the substance of the intelligence. Their job is to provide the secure information systems around it to protect any disclosures,” he said.

“This is crazy sensitive stuff,” he said. “Ninety-nine percent of people who have a Top Secret/SCI clearance don’t have access to this information. And me, as the former deputy DNI and chief of staff of the DOD and publisher of the [Presidential Daily Brief], with the highest security classification, knows that, literally, there are not a lot of people in the U.S. that have access to this kind of intel. It’s done for a reason. So this doesn’t happen.” <Read More>

Why document leak suspect Jack Teixeira had a high-level top-secret security clearance

Teixeira worked as a full-time active-duty Air National Guardsman at Otis Air National Guard Base, near Cape Cod, Massachusetts, as a "Cyber Transport Systems Journeyman" -- essentially providing IT support for the 102nd Intelligence Wing.

Defense officials told ABC News that having a TS-SCI clearance is typical for Air Force personnel who in order to provide IT support might need access to classified spaces, computers, and networks so they could do their jobs.

But the fact that you have a clearance does not mean you have access to everything at that level. That access is based on your "need to know" the information for your job. The "need to know" status is standard across the U.S. military and U.S. intelligence and means a top security clearance is not enough to be able to view specific intelligence documents. <Source>

  • The Biden Administration is lying to the American public about the status of the Ukraine conflict, the effectiveness of untraceable billions of dollars, and the fact that we appear to be in direct conflict with a nuclear adversary without appropriate Congressional debate and approval.

Spokesperson John Kirby, the retired Navy rear admiral who serves as the Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the National Security Council, now has the same degree of credibility and trustworthiness as former White House spokesperson Jen Psaki and current incompetent spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre. Which is to say, they are all liars willing to say or read anything the regime dictates.

  • The American media is covering up for the Biden Administration.

Unfortunately, you are more likely to get better news coverage from the British media like The Daily Mail or The Guardian than domestic publications like the New York Times, Washington Post, and other legacy media sources that serve as the propaganda arm of the progressive socialist democrats.

Amazingly, David Philipps, the military correspondent for the New York Times, suggested that had Teixeira leaked to the New York Times he would have been protected as a whistleblower rather than having been hunted down and exposed by the paper.

New York Times military correspondent accuses the paper of double standards for working 'feverishly' to find Pentagon leaker - whose identity colleagues would have 'concealed' if he'd given documents to them

  • Jack Teixeira, 21, a National Guard airman, was identified by The New York Times on Thursday as being behind the Pentagon leaks: 90 mins later, he was arrested
  • The paper's military correspondent noted the double standards of his employer when it came to their own sources
  • He said the paper 'worked feverishly' to find Teixeira, but added: Ironically, if the same guy had leaked to the NYT, we'd be working feverishly to conceal it' <Source>
  • There is fundamentally no difference between Teixeira's leak and the leaks of classified information coming from the military, the intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and the White House for partisan or public relations purposes. 

  • The U.S. Constitution is binding on the federal government and does not convey inherent impunity to individuals or organizations that mishandle classified information. There are procedures to protect whistleblowers within the government, and these should be strengthened. 

  • Look for the regime to support Mark Warner's RESTRICT (Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology) Act which would authorize government control and censorship of “communication technology” creating “undue or unacceptable risk” to national security. Demanding back-door access for monitoring purposes
  • Watch Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin blustering about a Department of Defense review on how it handles intelligence after Teixeira's massive document leak detailing U.S. actions in Ukraine and spying on its allies. Which he should have prioritized over his "woke" initiatives that weakened our military and its readiness.

Bottom line…

Let us remember that our nation's premier intelligence and law enforcement agencies have been leaking to the media and massively interfering in elections for years. Therefore, it is not unreasonable to believe this so-called leak is being manipulated to prepare the American public for an upcoming foreign policy failure involving Ukraine or some other Obama/Biden Administration disaster.

The progressive communist democrats could never be trusted with matters of national security and defense.

When you can’t trust your government, and they may be making crucial decisions based on partisanship, it is clear that you are being screwed.

It is time for a massive regime change in 2024.

-- Steve


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