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Blackwater Founder Said to Have Advised Trump Team (STA BREAKING NEWS and ARCHIVES)

by Theresa @, Wednesday, April 19, 2017, 23:47

Before the article, just a remembrance. Remember back right before the election?
And we were hearing 'rumors' about 'leaks' in the NYPD and that Hillary was about to be arrested? And that this pedo network she was involved with was going down as well? All sorts of things like this? WELL, turns out those stories were coming from none other than Blackwater founder Erik Prince (working for Trump) and they were being reported FIRST in Breitbart, which Steve Bannon (working for Trump) was publishing....

All this information is just for background.

Was ANY of it true? YES, but some of it was definitely not true, and this just shows how the cycle of information works. NOW, I'm not saying the other side wasn't guilty of the same, I'm just seeing this as a really clear example of such. WOW REMEMBER 99 PERCENT OF DISINFO CAN BE TRUE WITH ONLY THE ONE PERCENT LEADING YOU DOWN THE WRONG PATH.

HOW IT IS DONE IN THIS WAY:

FROM CANDIDATE TO SOURCE *SECRETLY WORKING FOR CANDIDATE* TO NEWS OUTLET (CONTROLLED BY CANDIDATE PERSON) - TO PUBLIC. And the people copy and paste and spread it faster than light.

Anyway here is the example. The real story I was posting is below.
BREITBART

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In the very public, post-election parade of dignitaries, confidantes and job-seekers filing in and out of Donald Trump’s marquee Manhattan tower, Blackwater founder Erik Prince was largely out of sight. And yet Prince was very much a presence, providing advice to Trump’s inner circle, including his top national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn, according to people familiar with his activities.

Trump was weakest in the area where the stakes were highest -- foreign affairs. Among those his aides turned to was Prince, a man whose specialty is paramilitary security forces, and whose company is best remembered after its employees were convicted of killing Iraqi citizens, including children, in the notorious 2007 Nisour Square gun battle. Prince wasn’t implicated in the shootings. In the decade since, Prince has carved out a role as a controversial critic of U.S. policies to fight terrorism, a view often espoused by the incoming Trump administration, which was eager to ramp up its anti-terrorism policies.

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