In an unprecedented effort to delegitimize Trump's election as the product of Russian interference in the election, the CIA, media, senators and representatives have consistently made wild accusations for which they have no evidence. The CIA's message to Trump is clear: Get in line with our agenda, or we are going to mess you over.
It is clear that the CIA is warring against Trump. But the CIA's media assets have turned the facts on their head and are blaming Trump for having a negative view of the CIA.
Consider the January 4 Wall Street Journal article by Damian Paletta and Julian E. Barnes, which begins: "President-elect Donald Trump, a harsh critic of U.S. intelligence agencies . . ." The two presstitutes set up their false news story by putting the shoe on the other foot. It is Trump who is the harsh critic rather than the victim of the CIA's harsh accusations. Set up this way, the story continues:
"White House officials have been increasingly frustrated by Mr. Trump's confrontations with intelligence officials. 'It's appalling," the official said. "No president has ever taken on the CIA and come out looking good.'"