Former DIA Chief: Islamic State Intel Probe Should Start in White House

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(BREITBART) Recent events have drawn attention away from the investigation of manipulated isis intelligence, but it’s a hot story that keeps heating up.

Lt. General Michael Flynn, head of the Defense Intelligence Agency from 2012 through 2014, appeared on Megyn Kelly’s Fox News program Monday night to say what many have been thinking: “The focus of this investigation ought to start at the top. Where intelligence starts and stops is at the White House.”

“Intelligence doesn’t start and stop at Central Command,” said Flynn:

There are 16 intelligence agencies, there’s five large ones, and there’s two that provide what we call “all-source intelligence assessments.” Those are the most important ones that go into the white house. And I will tell you that accuracy, and the warnings that have been provided on the rise of radical Islamists over the last few years, have been very, very clear. So what the president has actually received from the national intelligence system is pretty good intelligence, and I would say it’s pretty accurate.

 

 

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