YouTube BANS Retired CIA Chief’s Video Exposing Antifa’s Combat Training with Foreign Terrorists (Must Watch)
- Posted by Amy Mek
- On June 9, 2020
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On October 9, 2019, RAIR Foundation USA released an interview with Retired CIA Chief of Station, Brad Johnson on the troubling developments concerning the violent communist group Antifa.
Retired CIA Station Chief, Bard Johnson revealed that Antifa is sending large numbers of its members to fight alongside the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), a communist Kurdish group to gain combat experience, and their subsequent disbursement across Europe and North America.
Yesterday when Mr. Johnson uploaded the interview to his YouTube channel, he received a notice from the company hours later stating it violated the social media company’s “community guidelines”:
Why is YouTube suppressing a retired intelligence officer’s information about the violent communist group Antifa?
Watch Retired CIA Chief of Station, Brad Johnson discuss YouTube’s protection of Anitfa. Along with the original segment where Brad exposes Anitfa in their own words and with their own video:
Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. He has served domestically and abroad with numerous assignments often during periods of armed conflict. He has served overseas in direct support of the War against Terrorism. Mr. Johnson is a certified senior expert in Counterintelligence issues with extensive direct experience in the field. He is a senior expert in surveillance and surveillance detection issues. He has proven expertise in dangerous operational environments with the highest level of training and extensive direct experience in tradecraft for dangerous areas. His proven expertise also extends to denied operational environments (most difficult and restrictive) with the highest levels of training offered anywhere in the USG or the world and extensive direct experience. Mr. Johnson managed the overseas portion of the Persons Indicated For War Crimes (PIFWC) program and has served overseas as Chief of Station multiple times. He is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe. Since his retirement from the CIA, Mr. Johnson has run a successful intelligence related training company. You can see more of Brad Johnson work at his website: American’s for Intelligence Reform.