In a surprise move earlier this week, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte fired his country’s top three intelligence officials, reportedly because they cooperated with the Obama regime in its treasonous “Spygate” operation against the 2016 Trump campaign.
While the official reason behind the firings appears to be routine political housekeeping, word is in Italy that the firings are directly tied to the assistance those officials and and their agencies lent to the Spygate operation.
As revealed by La Repubblica , the Conte government has requested that four deputy directors – two from the Information Security Department (Dis), one from the External Security Information Agency (AISE) and the other from the Internal Security Information Agency (Aisi) – voluntarily resign.
In fact, underlines La Repubblica , a complete reset, excluding the directors – two of whom have already been appointed by this government – of the entire top-level framework of our Services.
There are six, in total, free seats at the top of the Services that the majority must have been parting for some time: in fact, in addition to the four who resigned, there is the vacant one in Aise after the appointment of Luciano Carta at the top of the Agency and that of Vincenzo Delle Femmine, deputy director of the Aisi retired from June.
George Papadopoulos, who was ensnared in Spygate by longtime FBI asset and Cambridge University Prof. Stephen Halper, tweeted that the Italians are “flipping” as new developments break on ‘Spygate’ daily. He also added that Rome is “giving up Brennan,” a reference to former CIA Director John Brennan, believed to be one of the ringleaders with Obama.
“The Italian prime minister has suddenly requested resignations from 6 deputy directors of Italian intelligence agencies: DIS, AISI and AISE. This was all after I outed Mifsud in Rome and the president called the Italian prime minister. Italy has flipped and are giving up Brennan,” Papadopoulos, who was charged by special counsel Robert Mueller with lying to federal agents and convicted, having served just a about a dozen days behind bars.
The Italian prime minister has suddenly requested resignations from 6 deputy directors of Italian intelligence agencies: DIS, AISI and AISE. This was all after I outed Mifsud in Rome and the president called the Italian prime minister. Italy has flipped and are giving up Brennan.
— George Papadopoulos (@GeorgePapa19) May 16, 2019
Spygate in Italy is known as “ItalyGate.”
If this plays out, it will be interesting to see which additional governments were involved in this ever-widening conspiracy, and how many of them are going to give up U.S. suspects to POTUS Donald Trump.