Whether or not the CIA does more good or more bad for the United States, the spy organization appears to be terribly corrupt.
On November 10, 2020, at precisely 3:15 pm, CIA Director Gina Haspel entered Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s domain at the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C.
Summoned by McConnell to meet him the day after President Donald J. Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper and replaced him with Christopher Miller, Haspel was only in his office 20 minutes.
Speculation immediately began floating around that Haspel was on her way out too.
After a reported U.S. Military invasion of a CIA cyber farm near Frankfurt, Germany leaked, bizarre rumors stating Haspel had been injured, killed, sent to GITMO, or shipped to South America for execution popped up around the internet.
“Well … this is the most absurd inquiry I’ve ever addressed, but I’m happy to tell you that Director Haspel is alive and well and at the office,” CIA agency spokesperson Nicole de Haay said Thursday.
Neighbors confirmed that Haspel has been seen alive and well at her home in Ashburn, Virginia.
The 64 year old Haspel has some commonality with the powerful Republican Senator McConnell from Kentucky. She was born in Ashland, Kentucky and attended the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville.
Whatever was said in that meeting remains undiscovered, but what is known is that Haspel would not have been confirmed as CIA Director if not for McConnell’s influence.
Trump knew that McConnell is key when it comes to Senate confirmations. During her confirmation hearing, Haspel was portrayed by Democrats and RINOs like John McCain as the CIA’s covert leader at Thailand prison over counterterrorism operations.
Using the code-name “Cat’s Eye,” Haspel’s operation’s detention and interrogation program brought controversy, especially because of waterboarding.
While McConnell has been mostly quiet about the 2020 Election Fraud crisis, there are few senators that have shown support for President Trump, with and without his permission.
President Trump has learned over four years that McConnell can be a mighty barrier to his agenda. Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham dramatically play good theater for McConnell but realize the future success of the Republican Party (especially in 2022 midterm elections) is influenced by Trump more than ever.
These senators are realizing their illusion game of pretending to support the president is waning fast with Trump’s supporters. Trump is key to the GOP’s future.
In October, Grassley, who is Senate Finance Committee Chairman, appeared with Fox Business News’ Maria Bartiromo to discuss conflicts for documents between the legislative oversight committees.
America learned that both FBI Director Christopher Wray and CIA Director Haspel had been stonewalling efforts to provide information to Senate commitees as required by law.
McConnell has never said much about the lack of FBI and CIA cooperation, leading to speculation about Republican Congressional leadership involvement with Deep State and coup activities against Trump.
Senator Grassley and Senator Jim Jordan publically indicate they want documents and communication from former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and officials within the DOJ and FBI surrounding the investigative targeting of candidate Trump and President Trump.
They also want internal documents connected to former CIA Director John Brennan and current Director Haspel.
During the interview with Bartiromo, Grassley suggested the non-compliance with oversight is likely due to former and current officials participating in a conspiracy to target the office of the president.
Just days before the election, reports surfaced that Wray, Esper, and Haspel would be terminated after the election as a result of differing issues against the president.
Haspel was thought to have upset Trump after she refused to declassify documents that the White House believed would aid in providing support to John Durham’s probe into the investigation of Deep State spying and subversive activities against the 2016 Trump campaign.
Haspel’s decision to protect CIA assets rather than provide the documents reportedly angered Trump.
Saturday night, December 5th, President Trump made a successful appearance in Georgia at a rally for Republican Senatorial candidates David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. He spoke for one hour and forty-five minutes.