The notion of calling disgraced ex-President Bill Clinton a CIA asset wreaks of conspiracy theory. But when you look closely at decades of connections, suspicious deaths, and evidence, the link between Bill Clinton and the CIA comes into focus.
Backed by reasonably-supported allegations, reports indicate that a young and ambitious Bill Clinton was recruited by the CIA during the 1960s. University of New Mexico Prof. Roger Morris penned several books drawing timely connections between the CIA, Clinton, and both Bush presidents. One expose, called “Partners in Power the Clintons and Their America,” indicates that officials within the CIA believed Clinton had been onboarded at a relatively young age. And evidence has emerged that points to Clinton gaining favorable treatment from high-ranking officials.
One of the telltale signs Clinton acted as a CIA informant stems from the favorable treatment his half-brother, Roger Clinton, received over reported drug-dealing allegations. Records also list Clinton as a CIA asset associated with “Operation Chaos” during the 1960s. Reports peg Clinton’s recruitment by the CIA either during his time at Georgetown University as an undergraduate or at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Whistleblower Stew Webb contends that Clinton was recruited at Georgetown and the Rhodes Scholarship was nothing but a ruse. The CIA reportedly made it happen and used it as a cover for their Operation Chaos flunky.
Operation Chaos was a domestic espionage effort designed to target U.S. citizens. The covert program was established by Democrat Pres. Lyndon Johnson in 1967 and ran roughshod until the mid-70s. The seemingly unconstitutional spying on citizens was overseen and expanded by Director of Central Intelligence Richard Helms. Clinton’s reported role in the insidious plot against American citizens was to inform on anti-Vietnam War protesters and support government crackdowns on those who dissented. Reports also connect Clinton to a Moscow trip in which a memoir of ex-Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev denouncing Stalin-era war crimes was smuggled out of the U.S.S.R. and translated into sixteen languages.
Fast-forward to Bill Clinton’s seemingly mercurial rise to the Arkansas governor’s mansion and the CIA is suddenly running guns and drugs to and from Nicaragua out of Mena, AK. After wide-reaching disclosures about the Arkansas-Nicaragua connection, many believed then-Gov. Clinton was brought into the loop on the operation.
The covert-op was part of the Contra War during the 1980s, and Arkansas was a bizarre choice for primary base operations. These incidents grew so scandalous that Hollywood filmed “American Made” in 2017, with Tom Cruise portraying smuggler Barry Seal. A scene with Clinton in a strip club was reportedly cut because it supported implications he was in on the ground floor CIA-drive scheme. What didn’t get cut was Gov. Clinton suspiciously orchestrating Seal’s release from jail.
“We knew that somehow Barry was operating with immunity. The CIA was operating with immunity in Arkansas. So there had to have been some involvement of the governor’s office,” American Made director Doug Lima reportedly said. “There is a prosecutor in Arkansas who was told to back off. And so we combined that with the fact that the CIA was for sure operating in Arkansas and Clinton was the governor, to condense it down into one specific moment.”
But the linchpins that lead may to firmly believe Clinton was a CIA asset and the spy network helped him rise politically can be traced to an essay published by Washington-insider Jack Wheeler, and the trail of body bags left in Bill and Hillary’s wake.
“Back in the 1990s, years after he retired, if (CIA Assistant Deputy Director of Plans Cord Meyer Jr.) drank a little too much scotch, he would laugh derisively at those conspiracists who accused Bill Clinton of being connected with the KGB,” Wheeler reportedly wrote. “They all darkly point to Bill’s participation in anti-war peace conferences in Stockholm and Oslo and his trip to Leningrad, Moscow, and Prague while he was at Oxford. ‘Who could have paid for this,’ they ask, it had to be KGB? Cord would shake his head. ‘What rot — we paid for it. We recruited Bill the first week he was at Oxford. Bill’s been an asset of the Three Bad Words ever since.’”
The Clintons would rise to the White House, embroiled in scandals. But anyone who held damaging information about them perished under suspicious circumstances. C. Victor Raiser II, Clinton’s National Finance co-chairman, died in a plane crash. White House intern Mary Mohane was gunned down outside a Starbucks in a Washington, D.C., suburb. Deputy White House counsel Vincent W. Foster was found dead in Fort Marcy Park, Virginia, from a gunshot wound. Democratic National Committee staff member Seth Rich was shot and killed in an alleged failed mugging. Underaged prostitution ring pimp and friend of Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein, died of strangulation in a New York jail while considered the second-highest profile prisoner in the U.S. penal system, after El Chapo. Do the math.