The US Department of Defense has, indeed, been working on genetic-extinction technologies that could wipe out malarial mosquitoes, invasive rodents or other species, including humans. If they could advance the technology to the point where races and sub-species could be targeted, it could turn into a monstrous weapon. There is no oversight or ethical considerations for genetic experiments.
Glenn Simpson, the founder of Fusion GPS, the company that created the discredited ‘dirty dossier’ against Trump, sought to smear him as a candidate by trying to link him to convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. Journalist, Ken Silverstein, wrote the ‘hit piece’ for VICE magazine but was unable to provide any evidence other than that Trump and Epstein knew each other. Silverstein admitted that Fusion GPS intelligence is not known for accuracy. Silverstein may have been paid to write the hit piece.
Newly appointed FBI Director Christopher Wray was questioned by Congress whether investigator Mueller and FBI agent, Peter Strzok, turned the Democrats’ opposition dossier against Trump into an intelligence report to get a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign. Wray refuses to release the documents that would show if this suspicion is true or false.
In an interview with Politico, Michael Morell, the acting director of the CIA from 2012-2013, said he became political during the last presidential race, endorsed Hillary Clinton, and criticized the new President. Morell admitted that the CIA was withholding daily briefs from Trump, which he was supposed to receive from the moment he became the president-elect.