PTI hired ex-CIA station chief’s lobbying firm for ‘ties building’


PTI hired ex-CIA station chief in Isb’s lobbying firm for ‘ties building’

Documents available with Baaghi TV confirmed that ex-CIA Station Chief Islamabad, Robert Grenier, is the head of a lobbying firm hired by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to build ‘relations with the U.S.A.’

Also, the address of PTI in the agreement is registered in Islamabad.

Experts said that only this document is enough for a damning indictment for IK’s alleged ‘foreign conspiracy theory.

From May 1st-Oct’31, Grenier LLC was hired to maintain ties with U.S officials in executive/legislative for relations between U.S & Pak.

PTI’s grandiose claims of rigid, ‘anti-U.S’ & revolutionary foreign policy leading to the U.S led the ouster of IK is a baseless argument, not least because Pak doesn’t warrant the strategic status of Cold War days. That lobbyist was hired proves the PTI govt WAS building ties/cooperating in the US.

But IK’s foreign conspiracy BS was he refused to ‘bow down to ghulami’ and yet hired above for advocacy/ties in the USA.

Journalist Omer Azhar said, “Hiring such firms i.e. comms experts, PR builders, lobbyists to build ties is COMPLETELY justified. Govts/parties do it in capitals like Washington/London. PTI govt did same & still claim they were on some anti-U.S/anti-western crusade via revisionist foreign policy.”

Who is Robert Grenier?

Robert L. Grenier is a career Central Intelligence Agency officer who served as the agency’s top counter-terrorism official from 2004 to 2006.

In 2001, Grenier was the CIA station chief in Islamabad, Pakistan, where he helped plan covert operations in support of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan. In the summer of 2002, he was promoted to the chief of the Iraq Issues Group, where he helped coordinate covert operations in support of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Grenier served as Director, of CIA’s Counterterrorist Center for about a year, but was fired from that position on 6 February 2006 by the Director of the National Clandestine Service Jose A. Rodriguez, Jr.