Joe Biden and intelligence agencies have been working hand-over-fist to help each other. It’s exactly what you’d expect from the D.C. swamp.
But the CIA smacked Joe Biden with a jaw-dropping warning that made all hell break loose.
One of the little talked about policies of the Biden administration is their unyielding support of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Since Russia invaded the sovereign state in February of 2022, the United States has shelled out almost $38 billion in military and financial aid.
Americans have been told to rest easy – the resources we’re sending over will only be used to defend Ukraine in Ukraine, not anywhere else.
But that turned out to be a lie, and Joe Biden knows it.
According to a study released Tuesday, the Biden administration was alerted by the CIA that the Ukrainian military was planning a clandestine attack on the undersea Nord Stream pipeline three months before the damage occurred.
According to the Washington Post, an elite six-man diving squad reporting directly to Ukraine’s commander in chief was responsible.
They took a hired yacht obtained with forged passports and left a German port before laying explosives that cut the pipelines.
According to the assessment, which was compiled by Shane Harris and Souad Mekhennet, intelligence material was frequently shared within the White House and beyond. It reads:
Details about the plan, which have not been previously reported, were collected by a European intelligence service and shared with the CIA in June 2022. They provide some of the most specific evidence to date linking the government of Ukraine to the eventual attack in the Baltic Sea, which U.S. and Western officials have called a brazen and dangerous act of sabotage on Europe’s energy infrastructure.
The European intelligence reporting was shared on the chat platform Discord, allegedly by Air National Guard member Jack Teixeira. The Washington Post obtained a copy from one of Teixeira’s online friends.
The Post piece goes on to identify more sources for the leak that revealed how Ukraine destroyed the Russia-to-Germany natural gas project.
It adds on assertions made in February that there is no evidence that Moscow was engaged in the collapse of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, as reported by Breitbart London.
The intelligence report was based on information “obtained from an individual in Ukraine,” according to the report, which adds, “The source’s information could not immediately be corroborated, but the CIA shared the report with Germany and other European countries last June, according to multiple officials familiar with the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence operations and diplomatic discussions.”
The highly specific details including numbers of operatives and methods of sabotage show “for nearly a year Western allies had a basis to suspect Kyiv in the sabotage.
That conclusion has further grown in recent months, as German law enforcement authorities unearthed information about the attack that “bears striking similarities to what the European service said Ukraine was planning,” according to the Post story.
Following the September explosions, Western figures such as US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and German Economy Minister Robert Habeck claimed the reverse and blamed Russia.
The Kremlin, for its part, has previously blamed the British, stating that the Royal Navy was involved in the “planning, provision, and implementation of a terrorist attack in the Baltic Sea” to destroy the pipelines.
The British government dismissed the allegation of British involvement as “epic-scale false claims.”
Regardless of who ended up committing the act of sabotage, it should make Americans uneasy to think that civilian targets outside of Ukraine could be hit with out weapons.
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