New York Times Outs CIA's Top Spy In Iran, Since He Toes a 'Hard Line'


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As the article points out: “Aren’t these the same journalists who were outraged in the Bush years that Valerie Plame was outed over the rationale for the Iraq War?”

Bre Payton at The Federalist reported on a shocking decision by The New York Times to out the CIA’s top official overseeing Iran, painting him as a “dark prince” pushing a hardline approach. Aren’t these the same journalists who were outraged in the Bush years that Valerie Plame was outed over the rationale for the Iraq War? And she was no longer a covert agent. Reporters Matthew Rosenberg and Adam Goldman began:

He is known as the Dark Prince or Ayatollah Mike, nicknames he earned as the Central Intelligence Agency officer who oversaw the hunt for Osama bin Laden and the American drone strike campaign that killed thousands of Islamist militants and hundreds of civilians.
Now the official, Michael D’Andrea, has a new job. He is running the C.I.A.’s Iran operations, according to current and former intelligence officials, an appointment that is the first major sign that the Trump administration is invoking the hard line the president took against Iran during his campaign.

In other words, Plame and her husband Joe Wilson became controversial by opposing the Bush administration’s war on Saddam Hussein. They were painted as patriots. Now, D’Andrea is controversial for joining Trump in opposing the Obama administration’s pussy-footing with Iran, so he must be exposed.

New York Times Outs CIA’s Top Spy In Iran, Since He Toes a ‘Hard Line’


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Someone needs to go to jail…