What we have seen develop over the last three weeks that culminated in a serious disparity of the truth.
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the CIA’s interrogation policy during the Bush years, which has finally been made public.
The problem is that the report is one sided and could actually be a criminal matter…
This is a big problem not only from an intelligence standpoint but also because it creates a huge issue with regard to the truth.
The report was not an official report, simply because it was all one sided designed to distract the american public from the more serious issues that we face with a lack of leadership in washington.
The release in 2009 of a report (from 2004) by its Inspector General. Eric Holder used the report as a pretext for appointing a special counsel to look into the possibility of bringing criminal charges against CIA interrogators. To my knowledge, no charges were brought, but CIA personnel who helped protect America in a time of great danger had to lawyer-up again (the DOJ had already considered bringing charges once) and endure a politically motivated inquisition.
Now, they must endure a report from Dianne Feinstein and her fellow Democrats that is more about excusing Feinstein and others from their sign-off on what the CIA did than about presenting the truth.
This is a big problem that is not going to go away.
No one publishes this kind of intelligence because everyone does this and our enemies do worse to our citizens.
The truth here is that this woman could be a traitor to our nation and action should be taken to investigate her motivations for doing this.