NYT Just Outed The CIA’s Top Iran Spy!?!

In a despicable lack of disregard for lives and for national security, the New York Times takes it upon itself to out the CIA’s chief agent in Iran. The information was ‘leaked’ to them and they just had to go with the story for the flimsiest of reasons. Besides the lives involved, the CIA work in Iran will now be hindered tenfold more difficult than it was. Can you belive this?

As Written By Bre Payton for The Federalist:

In an article published Friday, The New York Times outed the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) top spy overseeing the organization’s efforts in Iran. The paper justified its outing of the undercover CIA spy and his role within the agency by saying it was necessary since the agent is “leading an important new administration initiative against Iran.”

Yes. That really happened.

n an article entitled “C.I.A. Names New Iran Chief in a Sign of Trump’s Hard Line,” the newspaper of record revealed that Michael D’Andrea, who previously led the hunt for Osama bin Laden, will now be in charge of the agency’s operations in Iran.

As the Times explained in its report, Iran is “one of the hardest targets” for the CIA to keep tabs on.

“The agency has extremely limited access to the country — no American embassy is open to provide diplomatic cover — and Iran’s intelligence services have spent nearly four decades trying to counter American espionage and covert operations,” the article noted.

So the Times has apparently made it the newspaper’s mission to make the agency’s work much more difficult and far more dangerous by publicly identifying the man in charge of its covert operations in the Persian country. The paper’s rationale? The report’s authors claimed that because the newspaper already outed D’Andrea in 2015 as the official in charge of a CIA drone program, ignoring desperate pleas from the CIA at the time to…….

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The New York Times Just Outed The CIA’s Top Iran Spy

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