Brad Johnson: Why We Don’t Need 17 Intelligence Agencies (Part 8)
Brad Johnson, an intelligence expert, and former CIA operations officer, says the US intelligence community has grown to an excessive 17 agencies. In today’s America Daily, reporter Arleen Richards talks to Brad Johnson about the lack of field operatives or government solutions and how bureaucracy is weakening the security of this country.
So Brad has made it clear that a marriage between law enforcement and covert intelligence creates too much power in too few hands.
He gives us the example of Peter Strzok, the Director of the FBI who was instrumental in spinning the Russia Collusion story against President Trump. In this next part of the interview, Brad explains how intelligence agencies today have become a bureaucracy.
According to Brad, now that there are a high number of overlapping agencies, it’s difficult to find a solution. Brad says Americans have cause to be concerned…. the bureaucracy is getting people killed.
Brad knows what the solution should be, and he thinks President Trump can fix it in 2020.
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