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WASHINGTON, DC—In a recent video released by James O’Keefe, Amjad Fseisi, reportedly a project manager in Cyber Operations at the CIA and an NSA contractor employed by Deloitte, is allegedly captured on undercover cameras discussing sensitive intelligence practices. According to the footage, high-ranking members of U.S. intelligence agencies, including former CIA Directors Gina Haspel and Mike Pompeo, intentionally withheld information from former President Donald Trump, fearing he would disclose it. Fseisi is quoted as saying that Trump “is owned by the fucking Russians,” and therefore only received high-level overviews of intelligence without detailed briefings.

Fseisi also claimed that intelligence agencies not only refrained from sharing crucial information with Trump while he was in office but also continued to monitor his communications post-presidency. This included surveillance of Trump’s use of burner phones and monitoring of his ex-wife. Furthermore, Fseisi described operational tactics like hacking other countries and mentioned a lack of information sharing between the CIA and NSA, describing the CIA as “very reluctant” due to the NSA’s “carelessness.”

He has since removed his LinkedIn profile.

This video adds to previous claims by investigative journalists Michael Shellenberger, Matt Taibbi, and Alex Gutentag regarding illegal surveillance activities by the American intelligence community against Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. These activities reportedly contributed to the justification for the FBI’s “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation and subsequent inquiry by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which ultimately found no evidence of collusion with Russia.

The release raises significant legal and ethical questions concerning the conduct of intelligence officials and contractors like Fseisi. If verified, such actions could constitute multiple violations of federal law, including obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice. When confronted by O’Keefe in Washington, D.C., Fseisi neither confirmed his identity nor his employment at the CIA, stating only, “It looks like me,” and refusing to confirm whether he holds top-secret clearance.


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