Friday, March 9, 2018

High-level dishonesty.

"Oh, yes," as Mark Levin would say:
Mayer reports that Richard Dearlove, head of MI6 from 1999 to 2004, described Steele as “superb.” Personally, I would shun any “recommendation” from that charlatan. Are memories so short? Dearlove was the intelligence chief who briefed Prime Minister Tony Blair on July 23, 2002 after a quick trip to Washington. The official minutes of that meeting were leaked to the London Times and published on May 1, 2005.

Dearlove explained to Blair that President George W. Bush had decided to attack Iraq for regime change and that the war was to be “justified by the conjunction of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction.” Dearlove added matter-of-factly, “The intelligence and facts are being fixed around the policy.”[1]

Conclusions first; “facts” later. Shades of "Assad the butcher" and the chemical weapons travesty still playing out in Syria.

[1] "‘Progressive’ Journalists Jump the Shark on Russiagate." By Ray McGovern,, 3/8/18 (emphasis added).

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