On March 15, 2017, the Washington Post made on an online post on their website. The title of the post was:
“Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador”
Their post written by Greg Millar and Greg Jaffe starts off by saying:
President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former U.S. officials, who said Trump’s disclosures jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State.
The Washington Post then explained how the information shared by President Trump was provided by a “U.S. partner” that has “access to the inner workings of the Islamic State.” They claim the information comes from a “U.S. official familiar with the matter…”
Ignoring the fact that the Washington Post themselves just shared Classified Information with our enemies they then say:
But officials expressed concern about Trump’s handling of sensitive information as well as his grasp of the potential consequences. Exposure of an intelligence stream that has provided critical insight into the Islamic State, they said, could hinder the United States’ and its allies’ ability to detect future threats.
Their act of disclosing Classified Information to the entire world doesn’t stop there. It seems they are intent on assisting the enemies if the United States by sharing even more Classified Information. By their own admission they acknowledge the sensitive nature of their own disclosure when they wrote:
“Everyone knows this stream is very sensitive, and the idea of sharing it at this level of granularity with the Russians is troubling,” said a former senior U.S. counterterrorism official who also worked closely with members of the Trump national security team. He and others spoke on the condition of anonymity, citing the sensitivity of the subject.
We are told the President of the United States has “complete discretion when it comes to Classified Information. He is, after all, The President.” Our sources also tell us “the act of disclosing the details of a private and Classified conversation between a Foreign Dignitary and the President of the United States could be seen as an act of Treason against the United States.”
It seems the Washington Post may be taking some serious risk in sharing this sensitive information with the world. How could Russia know that the information came from such a secret program unless the Washington Post told them? The Washington Post has now confirmed for Russia that the information came from a sensitive information sharing program.
Finally, our source said, “with this disclosure by the Washington Post, Russia will know exactly where the information came from, it is as if the Washington Post is working for Russia, not us.”
The battle between President Trump, leakers, and the Mainstream Media continues. It seems the Washington Post has no problem endangering the security of the United States. It seems they will do anything, even commit treason, in order to continue the endless assault of the President and those who voted for him.
— Dan Scavino Jr. (@Scavino45) May 15, 2017
As we were breaking this story a formal statement was given by H.R. McMaster to the Press about the story from the Washington Post. The Whitehouse is calling the Washington Post story “false.” Even though this story was said to be false, we contacted our source who tells us:
“What do you expect? Trump to come right out and talk about sensitive information. Of course, they are denying it. BUT, disseminating misleading information to our enemies or Americans that benefits our enemies is no less a crime than sharing Classified Information; both can still constitute Treason. The Washington Post is treading on thin ice. This is a story that should not have been told in any case.”
Washington DC seems to have a love affair with investigations. It remains to be seen if the Trump Administration will treat the Washington Post scandal as more fake news, or a crime. All we can do now is stand back and see what happens.