That’s because of this (full story here):
President-elect Donald Trump is receiving an average of one presidential intelligence briefing a week, according to U.S. officials familiar with the matter, far fewer than most of his recent predecessors.
As I wrote last month:
[Odds of another major attack] are remote without at least some degree of collusion, either active (an orchestrated false flag) or passive (deliberately ignoring a threat in hopes of getting a good pretext for war and repression) on the part of the Trump regime. Unlike in 2001, the 9/11 attacks are now part of history; there is simply no valid excuse (such as Bush’s incompetence) for any subsequent administration to not be vigilant against the possibility of repeat attacks on a similar scale.
It would appear, therefore, that Trump regime’s plan does indeed involve enabling and then using a national security crisis as a pretext for repressive domestic measures.
Update: Here is Michael Moore saying some of the same things I said above. Given that Moore has proven himself more accurate than pretty much all Establishment pundits put together this year, that’s a pretty big seal of approval.