Monsanto’s Ally Pompeo to Head the CIA: Bad Move, Donald

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By Jon Rappoport

Trump has tapped Congressman Mike Pompeo to head the CIA.

In April of 2014, Pompeo introduced the bill that would become The Dark Act, banning states from passing laws mandating GMO labeling on food. Instead, The Dark Act introduces very weak and confusing federal GMO labels. Few people will pay attention to them or even realize they’re there.

I’m sure Monsanto execs are popping a few champagne corks right now. “Hey, remember Mike Pompeo? Can you believe it? He’s the new director of the CIA. If we need an extra helping hand taking over the world’s food supply, why can’t we call on good old Mike? Ha-ha…”

Mike is also a heavy supporter of the NSA’s surveillance programs: “Congress should pass a law re-establishing collection of all metadata, and combining it with publicly available financial and lifestyle information into a comprehensive, searchable database. Legal and bureaucratic impediments to surveillance should be removed.” (The Atlantic, 11/18/16)

Here’s what Mike had to say about Edward Snowden: “[He] should be brought back from Russia and given due process, and I think the proper outcome would be that he would be given a death sentence.” (Washington Examiner, 2/11/16)

Very bad move, Donald.



One Response to “Monsanto’s Ally Pompeo to Head the CIA: Bad Move, Donald”

  1. Human says:

    Never takes long before they show their true colours eh!
    A family that pushes their babies in gold prams is not of the same mind set as ‘normal’ people, commoners as they refer us.
    Fool a people more than twice you’ll probably fool them for ever.
    Although we want to be positive, hopeful, we know the system does not live by hope and positive outlook, it creates too many dark secrets to aspire to positive creation of good for the ‘ordinary’ folk of the land.

    Give the man a chance (a member of the elite circle) you may well say… right.

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