EWWWW: 57-Year-Old Deep State Operative Caught Doing THIS

  • 2018-06-09
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff
EWWWW: 57-Year-Old Deep State Operative Caught Doing THIS
One of the Senate’s most senior staffers was arrested Thursday on charges of lying to the FBI about leaking information on Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. A young New York Times reporter’s communications with him seized, and the indictment reveals the two appear to have been sleeping together.

James Wolfe, 57, the longtime director of the Senate Intelligence Committee was indicted and arrested on charges of lying to the FBI in 2017 about leaking information on Trump campaign official Carter Page to reporters.

One of those reporters, Ali Watkins, 22, was in a personal relationship with Wolfe. She would report that Page was under investigation for supposed Russian collusion, but refused to reveal her source. Her communications with him were seized by FBI agents in February.

Watkins seemed to have a talent for uncovering state secrets. While a student at Temple University, working as a mere freelance reporter for McClatchy news service, she broke a shocking story on CIA detention and interrogation practices, something that normally takes senior reporters decades to achieve.

The media were stunned and unable to explain how a college student working as a freelancer was able to break a story using classified CIA information. It now appears she was having sex with her 57-year-old source. Watkins’ report revealed the CIA was monitoring computers used by Senate aides. Wolf was a senior Senate aide.

“DOJ collected Watkins' phone records between Feb. 1, 2017, and July 1, 2017, in addition to all emails relating to two of Watkins' personal email accounts, ‘from account inception’ through November 2017,” The Washington Examiner reports.

The arrests are part of an FBI investigation into how classified information has been leaked to the media.

"The Attorney General has stated that investigations and prosecutions of unauthorized disclosure of controlled information are a priority of the Department of Justice. The allegations in this indictment are doubly troubling as the false statements concern the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive and confidential information,” said Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers. “Those entrusted with sensitive information must discharge their duties with honesty and integrity, and that includes telling the truth to law enforcement.”

“Mr. Wolfe’s alleged conduct is a betrayal of the extraordinary public trust that had been placed in him. It is hoped that these charges will be a warning to those who might lie to law enforcement to the detriment of the United States.”
 Source: AAN
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