Intel agency recruitment effort disguised as a cute daytime talk show chat

Former CIA and FBI agent Tracy Walder joined The Drew Barrymore Show last week to inspire young American women to join the federal government’s intelligence agencies.

Drew Barrymore interviews a sorority girl turned CIA agent.

She gushes over her training in making toxins and poisons.

She really hopes her story will inspire other little girls to want to try assassinations too.

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Walder took down “some of the world’s most notorious terrorists” during her time in intelligence, according to her book.

During the interview, the ex-fed described how she was a sorority girl attending the University of Southern California when she was recruited by the CIA.

Next, she said she “learned how to drive cars into walls and survive and learn how to make poisons and toxins and all kinds of fun things.”

Barrymore’s flamboyantly gay co-host Ross Matthews chimed in, saying, “You know what I love, is that there are like little girls out there watching right now being like, ‘I’m gonna do that too because you’ve done it.’”

“Yes,” Walder smiled and nodded in agreement.

The alleged former intel agent’s book revealed she was high-ranking enough to have worked directly with President George W. Bush and corrupt CIA Director George Tenet, even playing a direct role in the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

After “battling terrorists” around the globe, the narrative is that Walder began fighting against sexism within the FBI.

“Walder left the FBI to teach young women, encouraging them to find a place in the FBI, CIA, State Department or the Senate – and thus change the world,” reads a description of the book.

It’s odd that the intelligence agencies are openly using daytime talks hows to recruit young women into careers of killing people on behalf of the U.S. government.


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