According to an Obama era spook with secret connections to an active spy agency mole, The Trump administration totally iced Biden’s criminal henchmen out of the really heavy duty Pentagon briefings. “That’s a big FU from Defense to the incoming intelligence community transition team.”
Transition team gets the cold shoulder
CNN tries to spin it in such a way that it seems like no big deal and that everything is moving forward for Biden like clockwork. Liberal media is reporting that the administration “prevented President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team from meeting with its counterparts” at the Pentagon. “Even as all other meetings by Biden review teams appear to be happening smoothly.”
Biden’s crew of election thieves have “not yet been able to meet with officials from the military intelligence agencies within the Defense Department.”
Particularly, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency. The Pentagon blames the delay on the transition team for not filling out the paperwork.
The Biden transition team is getting an especially cold shoulder from the Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe. His office works to coordinate all the reports from the entire zoo of “alphabet” spy agencies.
Democrats think that because the General Services Administration “gave a green light on November 23,” that they will get to keep the stolen election. They keep insisting on “a smooth transfer of power” while pretending that Obama didn’t use his administration like a weapon against incoming President Donald Trump.
They had briefings but not ‘on intelligence’
Low level briefings have occurred, transition officials confirmed Friday, on “military matters including senior-level policy and international security issues but not on intelligence.”
The DOD appointed “Trump loyalist” Kash Patel, famous for spreading “conspiracy theories” about Joe Biden, as the intermediary to deal with interlopers.
Word went out early in the week that Biden’s buccaneers “would have no engagement with defense intelligence agencies until it had submitted questions in advance and listed the names of the people with whom it wanted to interact.”
After they turn in the requests, Patel and the DOD’s general counsel will “review” them. The rat told CNN, “That’s a big FU from Defense to the incoming intelligence community transition team.”
A spokesperson for the Pentagon pushed back by following up, “in case that isn’t clear. the schedule change/delay happened because the (Biden team) didn’t reach out to DOD before scheduling a meeting with DOD agencies, PER THE GUIDANCE and MOU. They weren’t denied, they just had to follow the proper procedure.”
The DNI wasn’t happy that the DOD went behind his back. “Ratcliffe was hot. He saw it as insubordination. It was his authority as DNI to set the stage for and processes of the transition.”