March 24, 2017 By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A fascinating Federal Security Service (FSB) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that the American-based CNN news channel’s chief political correspondent, named Dana Bash, has been revealed to be an intelligence operative for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) involved in a plot to harm and/or discredit President Donald Trump on orders from top intelligence and political officials within the former Obama regime. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
Outed CIA spy, and current chief political reporter for CNN, Dana Bash
According to this report, on 10 January 2017, CNN became the first American major mainstream media organization to report on what is now commonly refereed to as the “Russian Dossier”—and though they did not provide exact details into this wholly discredited smear campaign against then President-elect Trump, and still being used by Democratic Party operatives against him, they did provide links and attributions into where it could be read on the website BuzzFeed.
With legendary Washington Post reporter of Watergate fame, Bob Woodward, calling this “Russian Dossier” complete “garbage”, and former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell (a Hillary Clinton adviser) stating that this dossiers writer, Christopher Steele, had paid his Russian sources and talked to them only through intermediaries, this report continues, its entire credibility was destroyed when its central claim that Russian tech giant Aleksej Gubarev had acted as an intermediary between Trump’s campaign and Russia was proven to be a completely made up lie—and that BuzzFeed was forced (after being sued) to admit to, and who, likewise, were forced to apologize to Gubarev.
Being concerned that Russian intelligence operatives may have been in contact with the “Russian Dossier” author Christopher Steele, this report details, the FSB began an investigation on 11 January 2017 that led to the 27 January 2017 arrest for treason of FSB deputy head of the Centre for Information Security Sergei Mikhailov, his deputy, Dmitry Dokuchaev, and Ruslan Stoyanov, the head of cybercrime investigations at Kaspersky Labs, who were all found to be communicating with the CIA via email and telephonic communications with CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash…