The CIA is expressly forbidden from getting involved in domestic affairs. But it does anyway.

The CIA is not supposed to operate inside the United States.

Yet, they have their own permanent agent in the Minnesota governor’s office.

This is according to former Minnesota Governor Jessee Ventura.

Do you see Ventura in the mass media very often?

Now you know why.

The CIA is expressly forbidden from getting involved in domestic affairs.

But it does anyway.

Former Governor Jesse Ventura explains.

They also place their people on police forces (to facilitate drug dealing) and with the news media (to make sure stories are reported the way they want.)

All illegal. All tolerated.

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