Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Midterm Election Results: CIA Bats .500

The midterm "elections" are all over except for the weeping. Rethuglicans kept the Senate while Pelosi and the unDemocrats cleaned up in the House. The big winner appears to be the CIA with a slew of new agents now roaming the halls of congress, pissed off because we unhappy many dared to call shenanagans on their BS "Russia hacked 2016" story. We will see how that develops.

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" All agree that their decision to run began with the current commander in chief."

"Fed up with what they see as Trump's disdain and distrust of the intelligence community — and his refusal to embrace fully the conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election — an unusually large number of former intelligence officers and operatives are campaigning for office as Democrats in this fall's midterm elections, according to experts." NBC

Abigail Spanberger CIA employee of almost ten years, Virginia's seventh WON

 Jeffrey Beals former CIA intelligence officer, who went on to become a diplomat to Iraq during the bloody American occupation, New York's 19 LOST PRIMARY

Shelly Chauncey, CIA role included undercover work "throughout the US" — despite it being illegal for the Agency to carry out domestic operations, or spy on US citizens, Pennsylvania's fifth WITHDREW

Omar Siddiqui   He currently advises the Federal Bureau of Investigation,  California's 48th LOST PRIMARY

Elissa Slotkin  former CIA operative with three tours in Iraq, Michigan's eighth WON

Gina Ortiz Jones, Air Force intelligence officer in Iraq, who subsequently served as an adviser for US interventions in South Sudan and Libya (AFRICOM and DIA), Texas 23rd, LOST

Will Hurd, incumbent Republican former CIA, Texas 23rd, WON

Andrew Grant (R) intelligence officer in the Marines, California 7th LOST

"One quarter of all the Democratic challengers in competitive House districts have military-intelligence, State Department or NSC backgrounds. This is by far the largest subcategory of Democratic candidates. National security operatives (57) outnumber state and local government officials (45), lawyers (35), corporate executives, businessmen and wealthy individuals (30) and other professionals (19) among the candidates for Democratic congressional nominations." WSWS


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