Intelligence and Other Rogue Government Agencies

(NaturalNews)  The Affordable Care Act that isn’t affordable and has raised health insurance rates and the cost of healthcare. The Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, designed to improve food labeling but which actually bans states from enacting their own GMO labeling requirements, thus keeping food labels inaccurate. The USA Patriot Act, a major post-9/11 bill that redefined “patriotism” as massive unconstitutional government surveillance and intrusion. And so on.

Throughout our recent history, there are a number of examples where Congress and the Executive Branch have proposed or passed legislation that, in practice, does exactly the opposite of what elected officials said it would do, in direct contradiction of their titles. The same is true of the federal bureaucracy: There are innumerable examples of federal agencies performing tasks and undertaking missions that are diametrically opposite of their founding purpose.

Consider these examples:

EPA polluting rivers: The EPA recently caused over 3 millions gallons of toxic waste to spill into Colorado’s Animas River while “cleaning up” the Gold King Mine near Silverton, CO. A local retired geologist predicted that the EPA would actually cause a massive toxic spill in order to secure federal funding for a “Superfund” site. And that is exactly what happened, and is happening. Since the incident, the EPA has declared that the affected river water is perfectly clean and safe, although toxic lead and arsenic now line the river banks on historic Navajo land. After spreading their poison on Navajo land and putting countless lives at risk, appointed EPA officials are now defying Congress members elected to represent Americans and refusing to release documents related to the mine spill.

CIA whistleblower Kevin Shipp: “The top of the shadow government is the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency.” 

Chronological History of Government Rogue Agencies

FBI & NYPD Raid Fashion Exec's HQ in Pedophilia Sex

FBI & NYPD Raid Fashion Exec’s HQ in Pedophilia Sex

The FBI and NYPD raided the Manhattan headquarters of fashion executive Peter Nygård on Tuesday linked to an ongoing sex-trafficking investigation, according to The New York Times. Nygård, the 78-year-old Finnish-Canadian owner of women’s wear company Nygård International, has been under investigation for at least five months by a joint child-exploitation task force headed by the Manhattan US attorney’s office. At least four women who have accused Nygård of sexually assaulting them when they were 14 and 15 at his Lyford Cay estate in the Bahamas in a recent lawsuit have also been cooperating with the task force. “The class action lawsuit ...
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"60 Minutes" Runs Propaganda Cover Piece for Crowdstrike who Concocted the Alleged “Russian Hack”

“60 Minutes” Runs Propaganda Cover Piece for Crowdstrike who Concocted the Alleged “Russian Hack”

60 Minutes attacks President Donald Trump and The Gateway Pundit in another shoddy hit piece. The news magazine claimed Crowdstrike was correct in assessing that the DNC was hacked by Russians in 2016.  But all they offer as proof is hearsay and weak arguments. 60 Minutes and Crowdstrike are dead wrong AND WE HAVE THE PROOF. For years now the FBI and Mueller investigation claimed that Russia hacked the DNC during the lead up to the 2016 election.  This is central to the Russia-Collusion narrative.  But the actual evidence shows the Russia collusion scam is one of the biggest ...
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Report: CIA Secretly Owned World's Top Encryption Supplier, Read Enemy and Ally Messages for Decades

Report: CIA Secretly Owned World’s Top Encryption Supplier, Read Enemy and Ally Messages for Decades

For more than half a century, governments all over the world trusted a single company to keep the communications of their spies, soldiers and diplomats secret. That company was secretly run by the CIA, which had the ability to read all those communications for decades. Greg Miller at the Washington Post: The company, Crypto AG, got its first break with a contract to build code-making machines for U.S. troops during World War II. Flush with cash, it became a dominant maker of encryption devices for decades, navigating waves of technology from mechanical gears to electronic circuits and, finally, silicon chips ...
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Trump’s Education Funding Reform Proposal Released: Decentralization, Technical Education, School Choice

Trump’s Education Funding Reform Proposal Released: Decentralization, Technical Education, School Choice

President Donald Trump has proposed an overhaul of federal education funding that would, in the administration’s view, deliver on his promises of returning decision-making power to states and districts, expanding school choice, and giving students more pathways to careers. Trump’s take on education has been that Washington has usurped too much power over the classroom and needs to step back. As the executive, however, he has limited room for doing so, as many of the federal regulations, such as requirements for standardized testing, academic standards, and intervention in struggling schools, are mandated by law. Moreover, the federal government only pays about ...
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South Bend Official Criticizes Pete Buttigieg for Blocking Release of Secret Police Race Tapes

South Bend Official Criticizes Pete Buttigieg for Blocking Release of Secret Police Race Tapes

A South Bend Councilman criticized Pete Buttigieg after the former mayor stumbled under pressure on his record of race relations during the Democrat debate on Friday. “As a Councilman in South Bend, I know why Pete Buttigieg looked like a deer in headlights last night when talking about systemic racism in the South Bend Police,” South Bend Councilman Henry Davis Jr. wrote on Twitter. “He tolerated it, he perpetuated it, and last night he lied to millions of Americans about it.” Davis Jr. criticized Buttigieg for blocking the release of secret tapes recorded by the former black police chief of South Bend ...
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Senate Votes to Acquit President Donald John Trump Concluding the Democrat / CIA Impeachment Coup

Senate Votes to Acquit President Donald John Trump Concluding the Democrat / CIA Impeachment Coup

The Senate voted to acquit President Donald John Trump on the first of two articles of impeachment. The vote was 52-48 for acquittal on the first article, for “abuse of power,” with only Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), crossing party lines. Romney made history by becoming the first US Senator to vote to convict a president of his own party. The vote was 53-47 for acquittal on the second article, for “obstruction of Congress,” with Romney voting “not guilty.” The Chief Justice presided over the final vote, and after the clerk read each article of impeachment, each Senator stood in his ...
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FBI Caught Covering Up Strzok and Page Emails Regarding Seth Rich

FBI Caught Covering Up Strzok and Page Emails Regarding Seth Rich

Wray’s FBI lies again and claims it did nothing wrong. Attorney Ty Clevenger reported to the courts on Monday that despite numerous assurances from the FBI that they had no information related to Seth Rich, the FBI had been caught and therefore was lying to him all this time.  (See timeline below). In response, the DOJ immediately stepped in with a letter to the judge.  In this letter the DOJ claimed the FBI had met its burden and its search would have located emails “of investigative significance”: The DOJ next says that after the Mueller sham, Hillary’s email exoneration, ...
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The Pentagon Announces $35 Trillion 'Accounting Black Hole' for 2019 Missing Funds

The Pentagon Announces $35 Trillion ‘Accounting Black Hole’ for 2019 Missing Funds

Over the past two weeks of coronavirus headlines and heightened global anxiety, along with impeachment coverage and after over the Super Bowl weekend Americans huddled in living rooms in blissful oblivion, a story which in more normal times would be front and center has gone largely unnoticed. To be sure, the Pentagon couldn't be happier that this bombshell has taken a back burner in global headlines: The Pentagon made $35 trillion in accounting adjustments last year alone — a total that’s larger than the entire U.S. economy and underscores the Defense Department’s continuing difficulty in balancing its books. The latest estimate is up from $30.7 trillion in ...
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EPA Announces it Will Stop Monitoring Drinking Water for Atrazine

EPA Announces it Will Stop Monitoring Drinking Water for Atrazine

Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted the Environmental Protection Agency over its decision to stop monitoring the dangerous herbicide known as Atrazine in the U.S. water supply. “Despite its name, the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t just exist to protect the environment,” Carlson said Friday. “It also exists to protect you, by policing against the many pollutants that are generated by modern life. But soon, the EPA will be doing a little bit less to protect you, and a little bit more to protect Big Agriculture.” “Buried within a recent 60-page regulatory document, the EPA has announced it will soon ...
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Report: Ilhan Omar Under Investigation by Three Gov't Departments for Fraud

Report: Ilhan Omar Under Investigation by Three Gov’t Departments for Fraud

The FBI, ICE and the Department of Education’s Inspector General are all looking into Democrat Muslima Rep. Ilhan Omar, according to investigative reporter David Steinberg. Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) is under heavy fire from the conservative media over her many scandals including marrying her own brother to defraud US immigration, tax fraud, identity fraud and more recently an affair with a married man. Ilhan Omar refuses to answer questions about her fraudulent marriage to her own brother and accuses anyone asking questions of bigotry and Islamophobia. Omar also dodges any questions about her affair with a married man even though her ...
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