Trump’s Ultimate Clapback!

In a significant development reported by James O’Keefe’s O’Keefe Media Group (OMG), an undercover video has allegedly captured conversations within the CIA about withholding sensitive information from former President Donald Trump. The video has sparked considerable debate within political and intelligence circles.

James O’Keefe, known for his provocative investigative techniques, stated, “I have evidence that exposes the CIA, and it’s on camera. I am working on releasing a story that I believe is the most important of my entire career.” His announcement preceded the release of the controversial video.

The video, released on Wednesday, features a CIA contractor, Amjad Fseisim, a project manager in cyber operations, discussing how past CIA directors, including Gina Haspel and Mike Pompeo, purportedly kept Trump uninformed on certain sensitive matters. Fseisim is recorded saying, “The executive staff, we’re talking about the director and his subordinates…kept information from him [Trump] because we knew he’d disclose it.”

Further, Fseisim claims that the intelligence community not only withheld information but also used FISA warrants to surveil Trump and his associates during and after his presidency, stating, “We monitor everything.” He also alleges widespread operational dysfunction within the intelligence agencies, accusing the CIA of operating in silos and not coordinating with the NSA, which he described as “careless.”

Former President Trump responded to the video by expressing his astonishment and dismay at the contractor’s claims and intelligence, remarking, “Well, it’s shocking to see how stupid somebody can be. If this guy is for real, you want to get rid of him fast.”

The CIA has quickly refuted these allegations, with a spokesperson stating that the agency does not withhold information from the president and that the official in question was dismissed following the revelations in O’Keefe’s video.

On the legislative front, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) has taken proactive steps to address these allegations. He has called for the Weaponization Subcommittee to investigate the claims urgently. Gaetz emphasized the gravity of the situation in a tweet, which included a letter to Rep. Jim Jordan, chair of the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, outlining the need for immediate investigation based on the video’s claims that “American intelligence agencies withheld intelligence from President Donald Trump before & during his presidency and used Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) authorities to spy on President Trump.”

This incident raises serious questions about the operation of U.S. intelligence agencies and the integrity of information flow to the presidency, with potential implications for the structure and operation of national security. As investigations proceed, more details are expected to emerge, potentially deepening our understanding of the complexities within U.S. intelligence and political operations.