Paul McGuire Suggests Columnist Who Called Out Conservative Hypocrisy Is Working For The CIA

Last month, conservative pundit Mona Charen spoke at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where she called out the conservative movement “for being hypocrites about sexual harassers and abusers of women who are in our party, sitting in the White House, who brag about their extramarital affairs, who brag about mistreating women, and because he happens to have an ‘R’ by his name, we look the other way, we don’t complain.” Charen was booed by the Trump-loving audience and was given a security escort out of the conference.

Paul McGuire, co-author of the book “Trumpocalypse: The End-Times President, a Battle Against the Globalist Elite, and the Countdown to Armageddon,” discussed the episode on his radio program on Friday, during which he suggested that Charen is a CIA agent and that her statements at CPAC were part of the deep state’s war on President Trump.

“There was a lady who was a well-known conservative writer and commentator for years and she decided, in front of these thousands of conservatives, to just attack Donald Trump,” McGuire said. “She was from a respected conservative publication called the National Review and people couldn’t understand how somebody from a respected conservative publication like National Review would attack the president of the United States and her name was Mona Charen.”

“It’s interesting that she chose to do this publicly at a conservative meeting,” he continued. “I couldn’t help but think about the history of certain media organizations like the National Review as examples of CIA fronts. The National Review, when it was established, was established by the CIA for the purpose of pushing CIA propaganda and ideas. To what degree they are still doing that, who really knows today?”

McGuire said he wasn’t sure if Charen is actually a CIA agent but is sure that “she is a very questionable person,” citing a column that she wrote earlier this year in which she lamented that a “conspiracy mindset” seems to have gripped the conservative movement.

“She makes this career of defending the CIA and the official view on things,” he said. “Is she a CIA agent? I have no idea, but she certainly writes her articles and does her attacks as if she was an asset of the CIA or some other group.”