Ray McGovern

See? No Iranian Nuke Weapons Program


Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern discusses the CIA’s new National Intelligence Estimate on Iran, his belief that Adm. Fallon probably convinced Adm. McConnell to release it after Cheney kept it from being put out for the last year, ElBaradei’s reports that he’d found no “indication” that Iran, the value of the Charles Goyette show, the president’s lowered threshold for war, Sen. Webb’s bill reminding Bush that he has no authority to start a war and administration claims that Iran is behind the killing of U.S. troops in Iraq.

MP3 here. (16:19)

Ray McGovern was a CIA analyst for 27 years – from the John F. Kennedy administration to that of George H. W. Bush. He is a co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity.

3 thoughts on “Ray McGovern”

  1. Only 412 more days till Bushy and Cheney are gone. It has become almost comical the lies and misinformation they are still trying to spread. What is right is wrong and what is wrong is right with this administration; surely they don’t believe they can fool most Americans anymore or do they?? Hopefully the american populace has awoken enough to vote in a viable person to the White House.

  2. I still think that that 52% approval of striking Iran approval figure bandied about by Zogby was contrived, and don’t think the public will be fooled by the spinning efforts of the Republicans and their minions. Ray McGovern is a member of the greatest and bravest of the humanity about whom I have knowledge.

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