What to Know about the Whistleblower Plot But You In Fact Have No Idea – It’s the CIA, Stupid!

What did Adam Schiff know and when did he know it?

Sorry, that line from Watergate is supposed to be the question the Schiffheads are supposedly going to ask President Trump’s mini-minions in the U.S. State Department tomorrow at the Beltway Circus Olay of the Day.  So what did Trump know it and when did he know it?

I don’t know if Trump knows it.  Barr most likely does.  So let’s be non-partisan.  What does Barr most likely know?

Well, Barr probably knows what nobody seems to know but is out there in plain sight.  You know what I’m sayin’, homey:  this is a CIA-directed “coup de ta-da against Trump and the Trumpies because he or his maxi-minions might know too much about, yea, YOU-Kraine.

C’mon, you don’t know what I’m sayin’ – the CIA, give me a break?.  Well, the CIA has been known to put together little coups, like in Iran, or Guatemala, or Chile, yea, you get the point.  But isn’t the CIA the Ultimate Archdemon, the Grandma Moses Muthefucke of all conspiracy theories?

Well, here’s a little link for you.  In 2017 a guy named James Cofer Black signed on, along with Hunter Biden before him, as a director of Burisma.  Now there hasn’t been much written in the mainstream press about Black (after whom “Blackstone” is named and goes by the first name of “Cofer”, which rhymes with “gopher” as in stealth creature that lives in holes underground and is very difficult to catch). This may be one of the “conspiracy theories” that Schiff is warning about which of course isn’t a conspiracy theory at all, since it’s all public record.

Like the unnameable whistleblower whose last name sounds like a type of pasta and who we know works for the CIA, Black was the immediate predecessor to John Brennan as director of the National Counterterrorism Center at the Company from 1999-2002.  His brilliance is shown by the fact that he somehow “missed” the 9/11 hijackers, even though the FBI was tracking them at the time. Or was it cunning?  You draw your own conclusions.

When he left the CIA, according to various sources, he supposedly started his own off-the-books “security” operation. There have been allegations about it that make you wonder. Blackstone BTW is now called Academie.  Sounds very professorial, doesn’t it?

As another BTW, when Cofer joined Burisma in 2017, The Huffington Post, that PR agency for Clinton, Inc., published a brief article calling the appointment “good news” and commented that “he will help to expand the company’s global presence.”  You bet.

But there’s another dimension of this little saga that even sites like Red State, which just broke the revelation about Black Ops Black of Burisma fame (I of course was going to write about it earlier in the week, thought I thought I’d wait until the hearings, but alas was scooped).  And that dimension is laid out in a 2012 book, of which Amazon a few years back tried squashing, by distinguished investigative journalist Evan Wright called How to Get Away With Murder in America.  Wright was a regular writer for Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, not exactly right-wing publications.

In his book Wright describes in detail the close relationship between Black and a feller named Enrique “Ricky” Prado, a Miami drug dealer with close ties to the Colombian cartels in the 1980s whom the CIA recruited and rose quickly into the top ranks, meanwhile blocking the local police from arresting him for numerous murders.

Prado knew everything about assassinations, money laundering, and making nice with such nice people as Pablo Escobar, the necessary skill set to rise to such lofty positions in the Company as it in such ventures as Reed describes in Compromised became known as The Corporation.  Reportedly Prado, who is now allegedly “retired”, brought the same skills to his unnamable off-the-books-operation after Blackie “retired” too.

I’m sure Black knew as much about oil and gas leases as Hunter Biden, which is why (even though totally unknown) was a real “find” for Burisma.  Heck, he’s probably good at golf, like Joe Biden, as well.

Now, if this is all a tinfoil hat conspiracy theory (the CIA engage in coups, that’s a conspiracy theory, you know?), I wonder why Steve Pieczenik,  former intelligence officer prior Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under various Republican administrations, is of the strong opinion that it is in fact a CIA-sponsored coup. It’s probably because of the tinfoil hat he stole from Adam Schiff, who got it from Mitt Romney, which he probably got from a UFO spotter somewhere in Wyoming.

More on that later.

What does Madigan know, and when did he know it?  Madigan has known all along, which means he knows way too much.