By Lisa Haven
“Operation Mockingbird is an alleged large-scale program of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that began in the early 1950s and attempted to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. It funded student and cultural organizations and magazines as front organizations.”
Project Mockingbird is alive and well! CNN and MSNBC have sold the American public down river and given themselves over to the Deep State. Not only are they currently working with the CIA and FBI, they are hiring many to do their bidding. All that and more below….
Here’s a list of a CNN uses for analysts:
1- James Clapper (director of national intelligence under President Obama)
2- Andre McCabe (Former FBI Deputy Director! CNN Announced on Friday he would serve as their law enforcement Analyst. )
3- James Baker (Former FBI General Counsel. Baker left FBI in May 2018, he was under criminal investigation for a leak to the media) He is a CNN Legal Analyst.
4- Josh Campbell (Former FBI Aid to James Comey) hired by CNN!
5- Asha Rangappa (Former FBI Special Agent) Now she is a CNN Commentator!
6- Steven Hall (Former CIA Moscow station chief) Now CNN National Security Analyst.
7- Phil Mudd (Former FBI and CIA official) He gives many presentations on CNN
8- Jame Gagliano (Former FBI Supervisory special agent) Now a CNN Law Enforcement Analyst.
Here are the ones from MSNBC…
1- John Brennan (Former CIA Director) He is now a senior national security and intelligence analyst for NBC News and MSNBC!
2- Frank Figliuzzi (Former FBI Assistant director for counterintelligence). He’s an NBC New National Security Contributor
3- Chuck Rosenberg (Former chief of staff to James Comey and administrator of the drug enforcement administration) He is an MSNBC contributor.
4- Malcom Nance (Former Naval Chief Petty officer) Now with MSNBC
5- Jeremy Bash (Former CIA chief of staff under Obama) Now an NBC and MSNBC national security anaylst!
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