Greenwald: 'We Should be Extremely Skeptical' Of CIA Report, 'They're Wrong All The Time'Chris Menahan
Dec. 20, 2016
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Speaking on Tucker Carlson's show Monday, Glenn Greenwald said the public should be "extremely skeptical" of the CIA's Russia report as "they're wrong all the time."
"We should be extremely skeptical of it for multiple reasons," Greenwald said.
Further, he said, CIA agents "are programmed in a lot of cases to disseminate misinformation and political actors. We ought to be highly skeptical."As Greenwald said, we're being asked to believe anonymous, second-hand reports without being given any evidence from an agency which has been proven wrong "all the time."
For lying media outlets like the New York Times, this is a total repeat of the fake news reporting which happened in the run up to the Iraq war.
As the NYT wrote in a phony apology in 2004:
...we have found a number of instances of coverage that was not as rigorous as it should have been. In some cases, information that was controversial then, and seems questionable now, was insufficiently qualified or allowed to stand unchallenged. Looking back, we wish we had been more aggressive in re-examining the claims as new evidence emerged -- or failed to emerge.Replace "regime change in Iraq" with "regime change in America" by keeping Donald Trump from the presidency and you have the exact same scenario repeating itself once again.
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