DOD Green-Lighted Fake Trump-Russia Document: John Mills

NTD spoke to John Mills, former director of cyber security at the Department of Defense, about staffing a fake document that was produced right after the 2016 presidential election and tied former President Donald Trump to Russia.

“I was called on the top secret phone by a peer who urged me that it was most important that I participate in the creation of this document and intel community assessment to finalize the Russia story and potentially block or delay the inauguration of Trump in January,” Mills told NTD.

But when Mills read the report, he realized there was no real evidence to back up the claim that Trump was colluding with the Russians.

“There was essentially nothing in the body of this very classified document that gave any evidence that Trump was a Russian asset. Yet the executive summary said Trump was a Russian asset and I was told ‘stand down, no need to complete the staffing of the package. The Secretary of Defense has already signed off [on it].’”

Mills says his superior at the Department of Defense told him that the head of the FBI, James Comey, and the head of the CIA, John Brennan, had personally written up the report.

“You never get a director of Central Intelligence or FBI personally writing documents and typing documents. Well, as we know from the summer of 2020, with Rick Grinnell and John Ratcliffe—their declassification—we now know that Comey and Brennan knew the Russia story was fake in summer of ’16.”

The recent raid of Trump’s Florida home is a continuation of the political attacks aimed at Trump.


* Watch NTD Television Network’s special report “Raid on America” here.

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