Center for Security Policy / March 5, 2021 – A top FBI official affirmed the eyewitness account of a Center for Security Policy senior analyst about the organized cadres responsible for attacking the US Capitol on January 6. FBI Assistant Director Jill Sanborn told a Senate investigative panel that FBI findings “definitely” and “absolutely” comport
Center for Security Policy / March 7, 2021 – The New York Times grilled Senator Ron Johnson about why he relied on a Center for Security Policy analyst’s eyewitness account of events leading up to the January 6 riot at the US Capitol. The Wisconsin Republican, who chaired the Senate Homeland Security Committee until earlier
J Michael Waller / The Federalist / January 14, 2021 – The deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol bore the markings of an organized operation planned well in advance of the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress. A small number of cadre appeared to use the cover of a huge rally to stage its attack.
Dr Waller was the first to make public comment about personal observation of the operational cells that exploited crowd cover to launch the deadly January 6 attack on the US Capitol. Jack Posobiec of One America News had him on the show to describe what he saw. The crowd was not incited and the attackers
J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / October 28, 2020 Former vice president Joe Biden showed the world just how politicized and sloppy much of the US intelligence community has become. During his final debate with President Donald Trump, Biden repeatedly called the revelation of his son’s laptop and email contents “Russian disinformation.”
J Michael Waller / Center for Security Policy / October 18, 2020 More than three years ago, the Center for Security Policy called for expanding bipartisan federal investigations into Russian interference in American politics. That didn’t happen. President Trump’s opposition didn’t want it to. It’s easier than ever to see in hindsight. Studying history, though,
by J Michael Waller / Daily Caller / March 29, 2019“Far more than a failure of journalism, the Russia collusion narrative was, at its core, a monstrous failure of U.S. intelligence and counterintelligence,” the Center’s J. Michael Waller wrote in the Daily Caller. “All criticism of the news media aside for the moment, the bottom line is