Interview Brad Johnson on Adam Schiff’s most recent attack on President Trump and on reality and truth 7 months ago Brad Johnson Brad Johnson it is February 21st of 2020 00:03 and now the latest bunch of nonsense 00:07 which that what I would say is 00:10 anti-state propaganda like the New York 00:12 Times is putting out apparently is that 00:14 once again if the the Russians which 00:19 somehow have become the bad guy at the 00:21 left our help big president Trump cheat 00:25 his way toward an election victory which 00:27 you know I think on the surfaces it’s 00:29 kind of insane because we’re all pretty 00:31 sure in a fair vote it would be possibly 00:34 a historic we big win but can you detail 00:39 this please yeah this what happened was 00:42 a week or so ago the the DNI Sophos the 00:47 director of national National 00:48 Intelligence the outgoing deputy 00:51 well the the outgoing director is it 00:54 who’s leaving his deputy was the one 00:57 that did this briefing and so the 00:59 essence of the briefing was to the 01:01 President and Adam Schiff was invited to 01:03 be there which is a little unusual so I 01:06 would say it was this was clearly 01:08 something that was done on purpose with 01:09 the same political thing that we see 01:11 going on and on and on which is attacked 01:13 Trump attacked Trump attacked Trump so 01:15 anything they could do so this was a 01:17 setup he was being sandbagged in this 01:18 meeting you know of course he goes 01:20 thinking he’s going to get a briefing 01:21 Adam Schiff shows up these guys have 01:23 invited him and he’s going you know well 01:25 okay let’s hear what the briefing is so 01:27 the briefing is that Vladimir Putin the 01:30 President of Russia is going is helping 01:33 Trump get elected so that’s the essence 01:36 of it now of course the New York Times 01:38 gee what a surprise it’s immediately 01:40 leaked to those guys and they came out 01:41 with report this hit I believe yesterday 01:43 so at the same time the guys was leaving 01:49 the DNI Director of National 01:50 Intelligence is gaining McGuire he’s 01:53 being replaced by Richard Grinnell 01:55 Grinnell is a guy that’s put a long time 01:58 trump supporter vocal guy that’s 02:02 currently been the the ambassador of 02:04 Germany and is now coming back to fill 02:06 the slot now he’s filling it on a 02:08 temporary basis he’s acting DNI not DD 02:11 and I and they’re supposedly going 02:13 the names now to pick out somebody 02:14 permanent so a lot of this was provoked 02:17 by that change because once Grinnell had 02:19 been there and in charge that would have 02:21 not been allowed to take place because 02:23 it’s it’s clearly political let me kind 02:25 of from the you know the intelligence 02:29 perspective kind of talked about this a 02:30 little bit because intelligence 02:33 community is not they cannot read 02:35 Putin’s mind they don’t know things like 02:39 that even if you have guys that are well 02:42 placed within the government of the of 02:44 the Russia reporting back to us which I 02:46 don’t know if there are not but even if 02:50 there are they’re not going to know that 02:52 sort of thing because Putin is a an 02:53 intelligence professional himself he’s 02:55 not going to say oh gee boys and girls 02:58 I’m trying to help Trump get reelected 02:59 you know what he’s going to do is you 03:01 know push him to go do this and this is 03:02 all going to be handled down the line 03:04 and what is it he’s always been after 03:06 now we know what the Soviet Union and 03:08 Russia Scents have been doing for 03:10 decades and what they want to do is they 03:13 want to sow dissent and arguments and 03:17 chaos and all of that that’s what they 03:19 want they don’t have never really been 03:21 all that interested in like picking 03:23 specific people per se to win so it just 03:27 it makes no sense whatsoever in the in 03:30 the decades of experience that we have 03:31 in this sort of thing with defectors and 03:33 all of that that they’re now picking a 03:35 specific guy to back that way Trump 03:37 who’s been hard on Russia so it just 03:40 doesn’t make any sense in any way shape 03:41 or form so it’s clearly politically 03:43 motivated it was clearly done to fit it 03:46 in before the new DNI is in place so 03:49 that they can fit this in have shift be 03:51 there leaked it to the press and come 03:53 out with just another one of the BS 03:54 stories that that you know is used to 03:57 criticize Trump now another aspect of 03:59 this that absolutely nobody’s talking 04:01 about and that is Bernie Sanders Bernie 04:03 Sanders is a socialist very Pro Russia 04:05 pro-soviet you be famously honeymooned 04:08 there he was this you know socialist 04:11 idealist kind of fairy la-la-land sort 04:14 of guy that thought socialism was just 04:16 the greatest thing since sliced bread 04:17 and that’s where he comes from I think 04:19 that he bases all that on how one Moscow 04:23 subway station looked if I 04:25 yeah he talks about stuff like that he 04:27 was very Pro Soviet Union and there was 04:30 a there was a nice station in Moscow 04:32 that’s true it’s kind of famous easy to 04:34 google and find pictures of it I don’t 04:36 know all built by if I understand 04:38 correctly most of that was built by 04:39 World War two German prisoners and that 04:41 was one of the work projects that they 04:43 put him on was building these beautiful 04:44 ornate subway stations but they are 04:46 beautiful regardless of who built them 04:48 whether it was slave labor or not which 04:50 in this case I believe it was so then 04:53 now Bernie Sanders is a very interesting 04:56 character that’s being ignored out of 04:57 all of this Bernie Sanders pro-russian I 05:00 mentioned all that for very specific 05:02 reasons he was traveling to Russia has 05:04 been there and visited was Pro now from 05:07 the then KGB perspective that guy I 05:11 guarantee you they approached him he was 05:14 a political guy was going to hold 05:16 political positions we had already held 05:18 a lower-level office but he was a guy 05:20 that was young and would be moving up 05:21 through the ranks politically here in 05:23 the United States which he has so they 05:27 would have looked at that guy and and 05:29 those are the ones that you know often 05:31 are referred to as kind of a useful 05:33 idiot and that’s how they would have 05:35 unit but he would have been 05:36 philosophically in agreement with them 05:38 and it would been an absolute no-brainer 05:41 I can almost you know I don’t know for 05:44 sure but you I can almost guarantee that 05:47 he would have been a very attempting 05:49 subject for the KGB to interview and 05:52 talk to and try to get to know with the 05:55 idea of recruiting him on the spot or in 05:58 the future or at least making him a 06:00 co-op tea getting him to agree they may 06:02 or may not have done it in such a way 06:04 where it was an open thing where they 06:06 said hi you know I’m Yvonne I’m from the 06:08 KGB and you’re here to make you work for 06:12 me you know it wouldn’t necessarily have 06:13 been something like that that would have 06:15 been the exception not the rule and they 06:18 would have been a soft approach but to 06:20 suggest that with his travel there and 06:22 all of those things that he was not 06:24 approached by the KB KGB and looked at 06:28 as a possible you know we’ve it we would 06:32 use them as an influence a source that 06:34 can do influence operations or reporting 06:37 sore 06:38 he would have been looked at for those 06:39 things so I can guarantee you with his 06:43 travel there he was looked at and 06:44 considered almost certainly and I can 06:48 say very highly likely that he was 06:50 approached by someone to some degree to 06:53 interview him for his attitudes and his 06:55 thoughts and whether he was sort of 06:57 anti-american Pro Soviet Union he would 06:59 have been looked at for that and 07:00 interviewed for that now if it would be 07:02 on that it’s certainly possible that he 07:04 was even pitched who knows I’m not 07:07 suggesting he accepted in this inactive 07:09 Russian agent but certainly that’s 07:11 theoretically possible but that initial 07:13 stage would have taken place so from 07:17 Russia’s perspective they would have 07:19 some file on this guy from 30 or 40 07:22 years ago and he would be a known 07:24 quantity for them that they would have 07:27 probably taken some sort of look at who 07:29 knows how serious or how shallow of a 07:31 look that would have been but it would 07:33 exist and just because of his travel 07:36 there everybody could travel there got 07:37 looked at those were all run through the 07:39 databases of the KGB and they looked at 07:42 all those guys so that did happen how 07:44 far it went or didn’t go you know that’s 07:46 there’s just it’s it’s a you know 07:49 guessing on my part as to that but for 07:52 sure it would have gotten to that where 07:53 he was looked at very likely to the 07:55 point where he would have been 07:56 interviewed by somebody who may or may 07:58 not have been openly KGB and they would 08:01 have had a file on it so who would Putin 08:03 want in charge of the United States of 08:06 America as president this Pro God that 08:08 has a long-term positive relationship 08:10 with Russia maybe was a co-op T to some 08:13 degree or another who knows if it was 08:15 more or less than that but somebody who 08:18 has this very positive pro-russia stance 08:21 and background in 40 or 50 years of that 08:23 outlook and cooperation to one degree or 08:25 another at least politically who’s he 08:27 gonna pick to be his his horse in the 08:29 race back here in the United States 08:31 Trump who gives him a hard time or 08:33 Bernie Sanders who’s you know 08:35 essentially his boy and you know this is 08:38 just absolutely ridiculous on the face 08:40 of it ridiculous in every every way 08:42 shape or form clearly this was the 08:44 president being sandbagged by the 08:46 outgoing DNI and this 08:49 is a perfect example of the problems 08:52 that President Trump has had while so 08:54 far in office he has not up until now 08:57 recognized that these guys are all there 08:59 doing everything they can do to 09:00 undermine him and stab him in the back 09:02 and the DNI that office is being run 09:06 along with all of these other guys we’ve 09:08 been talking about formerly the DOJ the 09:10 FBI the CIA all of these guys sandbagged 09:14 him at every opportunity they get and 09:16 this is just one more and this they knew 09:18 their opportunity was going away because 09:20 of the new DNI coming in and so it was 09:22 their opportunity to slip one more knife 09:24 in the back of Donald Trump before 09:26 before the opportunity went away so 09:28 that’s all this is it’s nothing more 09:30 it’s the same ol same ol it’s just a new 09:33 page out of that old book of tactics and 09:36 it’s one more way to do to try and take 09:38 a hit at Trump nothing more so it’s it’s 09:41 it would it would obviously be naive to 09:43 think that that the the anti state that 09:47 the corrupt left in the United States 09:49 would would stop attacking Trump when 09:51 the impeachment failed because everybody 09:54 knew the impeachment would fail from the 09:55 beginning they must practice writing new 09:57 plans even while it was taking place 09:59 they’re safe so what do we do next I’m 10:00 sure that’s true 10:01 but what was Putin’s role with the KGB 10:03 before during the Soviet Union didn’t it 10:05 wasn’t he a fairly ranking guy in the 10:08 KGB when it was still the Soviet Union 10:11 yes you’re not at the most senior levels 10:15 necessarily but yeah he was in I believe 10:18 it was st. Petersburg he was out of that 10:20 area and worked for his KGB career and 10:22 in that area and what he had done was he 10:26 was the KGB was was a different set of 10:30 things that they did from what we do in 10:32 the United States and you can look at 10:34 them as sort of the FBI and the CIA 10:36 combined into one so they sort of had 10:38 the domestic KGB and the foreign issues 10:42 KGB he came out of the best domestic KGB 10:46 in st. Petersburg that’s where he grew 10:48 and from there he grew to very senior 10:50 position and I think headed that that 10:52 office for the KGB in st. Petersburg now 10:55 I’m not sure if he went beyond that or 10:57 not I don’t recall anymore but just sort 11:00 of for everyone to understand what 11:02 those guys do now FBI in the United 11:05 States implies something different now 11:06 it’s political but traditionally what 11:08 they do is they go after criminals 11:10 they’re after those sorts of things now 11:12 they also have their intelligence 11:14 functions and so on which the KGB did 11:16 those combination of things domestically 11:17 but their primary goal was to control 11:21 the population so they’d be looking for 11:23 people that were you know seditious 11:25 within the Soviet Union population and 11:28 they would go get those people so what 11:29 you know they were they were thugs and 11:33 they killed people so if you or someone 11:37 who was politically against the system 11:40 that was used to the Soviet Union and 11:42 we’re trying to you know to fight back 11:45 politically in some way those are the 11:47 guys were they would come banging on the 11:49 door at the middle of the night with you 11:50 know black hoods on it all that scooped 11:52 you out and you’d never be seen again 11:54 and famously a lot of these cities 11:56 there’s been graveyards found where a 11:57 lot of the KGB KGB victims of the day 12:00 where those bodies were found where 12:02 they’ve disappeared and that SOB would 12:04 be released they’d been beat up and 12:06 tortured or whatever to get whatever 12:07 information they thought was there and 12:09 someone would survive and some did not 12:11 now lots of documentation and all this 12:14 stuff that’s the domestic side of the 12:17 KGB and what they did so that was where 12:19 Putin came from and that’s why you see 12:22 Putin so easily able to to be in this 12:25 groove if I can say that of tracking 12:28 down his political enemies and kill him 12:30 because that was how he was raised and 12:32 what in London he’s killed like 27 12:35 people alone there that were Russians 12:38 that had escaped the Soviet or Russia 12:40 today and we’re living overseas and 12:42 we’re political opposition and guys like 12:44 lemon general Levitt that was in Siberia 12:48 was had plans to run for president of 12:50 Russia and he was an enemy power from 12:53 Putin’s perspective and he you know died 12:54 in a helicopter crash a lot of guys if 12:56 Putin doesn’t like dying helicopter an 12:58 airplane crashes it’s a very common 13:00 thing which yeah okay you know as you 13:04 start to stack up those different 13:05 incidents thinking that their accident 13:07 starts to be a little bit you know hard 13:09 to believe but that’s how Putin was 13:11 raised professionally if you will and 13:13 that’s why you see those 13:15 does the social assassinations take 13:17 place because that’s just you know 13:18 that’s bread and butter to him I feel 13:20 that way about seth rich and i think it 13:23 was a Supreme Court justice that was in 13:25 some ranch in Texas if I remember that 13:27 story correctly maybe he wasn’t Supreme 13:29 Court but there was a mysterious death 13:30 pillow related oh no ya know that there 13:35 were some photographs in the police 13:36 reports out of that one of the guys made 13:38 a comment that he was found dead on his 13:40 bed with the pillow above his head right 13:42 now people interpreted that to mean like 13:44 over his face but it was not the pillow 13:47 was above him on the bed so I was 13:49 overtaken that sense but no I I don’t 13:52 think that’s good that’s good yeah and I 13:56 don’t I don’t believe there’s anything 13:57 suspicious about that I think he just 13:59 died well track that back to South 14:03 Richland Bradshaw yeah thank you very 14:06 much for that that was very very good 14:08 really enjoyed that thank you Click for entire transcript Continue Reading Previous Brad Johnson on AG Barr and TrumpNext Brad Johnson on the shooting death of Phil Haney Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. 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