It must have taken an entire roll of tin foil to make his hat.
Via Fox News
Singer Moby claimed his friends in the CIA asked him to spread the word that President Trump has ties to Russia because he has a larger social media following than the government agency.
Moby, whose birth name is Richard Melville Hall, told Kentucky radio station WFPK in an interview this week that he has friends in the CIA who asked him for his help.
The subject came up after the host, Kyle Meredith, asked the electronic singer about his cryptic Facebook post he wrote in 2017. The post stated that after he spent time with friends who “work in D.C.” he could “accurately post” that the Fusion GPS Dossier was “100% real. He’s being blackmailed by the Russian government.” The post also claimed Trump has colluded “with the Russian government, and has been since day one,” wants to go to war and there are “right-wing plans to get rid of Trump.”
Moby said he wrote the post because his “friends” he claimed are “active and former CIA agents” asked him to “pass on some information.”
“They were like, ‘This is the Manchurian Candidate, like [Putin] has a Russian agent as the President of the United States,’” he told Meredith. “So they passed on some information to me and they said, like, ‘Look, you have more of a social media following than any of us do, can you please post some of these things just in a way that sort of put it out there.’”
Nutbag Kurt Eichenwald suffers from the same kind of dementia. He appeared on the Tucker Carlson show and went on an incoherent rant about how he got a “secret messages from the CIA” that told him that president Trump “was institutionalized in a mental hospital for a nervous breakdown in 1990.”
After he took his meds, or got treatment in an institution himself, he admitted that he made up the story. Then he claimed to have had an epileptic seizure brought on by criticism on Twitter after the interview.
Eichenwald and ‘Moby’ have loose screws that need to be tightened with a pharmaceutical wrench.