The Democrat Select Committee On Intelligence Releases Their “We Hate America” CIA Report… (Full 500+ Page pdf included)

The media is claiming CIA Director John Brennan is angry about the release of the CIA report…. Horsepucky! That is a complete and total ruse meant to deflect attention away from the real reasons why the former White House advisor, and fellow ideological traveler, was selected for the top job in the CIA.

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Secondly, while the leftist ideologues are in a drama induced apoplectic feint about the Democrat Committee reports’ content, there is nothing within the report that is as bad as the previous leaks -around content- would have led anyone to believe.

However, that said, what the report does do is effectively accomplish it’s inherent goal. The goal of the report was to further diminish the influence of America through President Obama’s preferred method of Alinsky tactics: Isolate, Ridicule, Marginalize.

By outlining the assistance from known and unknown allies in the war against extremist terrorism – the Obama administration has effectively insured that no country will again trust us to keep secret their alliance.   This approach ‘isolates’ our nation from broader security reaches and ‘marginalizes’ our leverage or influence. Mission accomplished. 

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75 Responses to The Democrat Select Committee On Intelligence Releases Their “We Hate America” CIA Report… (Full 500+ Page pdf included)

  1. Rule of thumb: If it is a policy you like or excuse, then it is “America” but if it is a policy you don’t like or don’t support, then it is “the government.”

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  2. Les says:

    Eh, I’m not reading it. We don’t behead people so I’m good.

    Mass graves and IEDs killed my sympathy for the enemy.

    Our military is already below strength over there. Keep an eye on icasualties.org to help keep track of Obama’s body count. Because he gets a lot people killed.

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  3. doodahdaze says:

    The MSM seems to be in love with this story.

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  4. sundance says:

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    • Lee Jan says:

      Nap represents the UNBALANCED on FNC.

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      • Lulu says:

        Watched his sorry performance with wussy little Shep Smith the other day. Will be using the power of the remote control any time the judge shows up in the future. With his dyed hair and the Nathan Detroit suits, this pontificator is a weasely little charlatan.

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  5. bonnibrai says:

    Cough Ahem Does anyone know when the results of the Army investigation into Bowe Bergdahl will be released?I thought that was completed a few months ago..Thank you kindly.

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  6. Tkim says:

    Can the people smarter than I please tell me why we had to release this information?

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    • WeeWeed says:

      “WE” didn’t – p.o.’d crybaby dems that just got a major a$$-kicking are doing what they do best – throwing the entire country under the bus in their fit-throwing. Plus, Boooooooosh.
      They should all be shot, imho.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        Ah, you beat me to it that it was Bush’s fault. They did this to try to make the Republicans look bad before the next election don’t think they didn’t. There was no good reason to do this. Now thanks to Obama, our military, the CIA, our embassies, and the American people have been put in grave danger. People are going to be murdered over this. It is blood on this administration’s hands.

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      • Col.(R)Ken says:

        Yes, Ms.WeeWeed, can somebody define what torture is? This is child’s play, done by amateurs. Not worth my time to read this report. You want torture, attend Army Ranger School. Let’s call the experts, North Koreans, North Vietnamese, how about the Chinese, or our friends the Russians. As for what RINO McCain says, all hat no cattle, that’s what I would say to him.
        I’ll stand by Col(R) Allen West, what he did, acting with limited time, he did what needed to be done, I would have done the same.

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      • Lee Jan says:

        Trashing America on the way out the door after their defeat.

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    • seeingeye2 says:

      I think it’s just another way for Barack Obama to whack another strike at the nation he hates: America.

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  7. bullnuke says:

    And let’s go to the Gruber testimoney…squirrel!!

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  8. bitterlyclinging says:

    I’m sure the Dems CIA report contained all the accuracy and truthfulness that the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate, again produced by the Dems in another of their never ending efforts to skewer George W Bush, had. In that report, produced by a loyal Dem operative that had been run out of the State Department for being too severely infected by a disease Former UN Ambassador John Bolton labeled ‘Clientitis’, Iran had ceased it efforts to acquire any and all nuclear technology and had returned to its peaceful pastoral ways. The report claimed that Iran was then holding advanced rug making lessons in the very room at Natanz that the centrifugfes used to spin. With 20/20 hindsight we all know how accurate that report was. It did serve its purpose for the Dems. We ended up with Barack Obama instead of John McCain as president. I’m quite certain, though that John McCain does not hate America, in marked contrast to Barack Obama.

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    • bullnuke says:

      I don’t remember him standing up and defending America. Not a word of why things were done to protect the American people. War is hell, John. You should know. Democrats are at war with this country. Tell it like it is, it was purely political.

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    • I’m quite certain, though that John McCain does not hate America, in marked contrast to Barack Obama.

      Not sure I’d be willing put any money on that.

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      • booger71 says:

        Your quite right. Mclame said his favorite President was Teddy Roosevelt. Him along with Wilson were two of the biggest racists in American history, and because Roosevelt he ran as an Independent in the 1912 election he split the republican vote with Taft, which gave us Wilson.

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      • Lee Jan says:

        Looking back at McCain’s history it is clear that he always was unstable. That he would befriend Kerry knowing his words were used to torture POWs is puzzling enough. He was about to defect to the dems but Jeffords beat him to it. He hated GWB so much that he was against every initiative W took to keep America safe. He always sided with the terrorists, insisting they deserved Geneva Convention privileges.
        REVOLTING HUMAN BEING. He displays a lack of integrity in every aspect of his life.

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  9. Tkim says:

    And I would like to thank Obama and his cronies for this beautiful holiday season. (Sarc squared).

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  10. Ursula says:

    Judge Napolitano constantly refers to our country as a Democracy ( verbicide ) we are a Republic. He should know better.
    All events for many years are following The Perestroika Deception by Anatoliy Golitsyn.
    I am up to the part where our allies will no longer trust us. Their planned deceptions and controlled opposition and minor concessions have even fooled Regan and Thatcher. Our politicians are clueless.

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  11. LetJusticePrevail" says:

    Forgive me if I’m not “up to snuff” on this topic, but isn’t this report a mere “500 page summary” (read opinion piece) written by Democratic apparatchiks after they allegedly reviewed some 6 MILLION pages of CIA documents?

    Am I wrong to view this “report” as little more than a politically biased “fishing expedition”?

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    • czarowniczy says:

      It’s 500+ pages of Obama and his cronies saying: “HEY! Look over there!!!!!” Anything to diver attention from his growing list of exposures and screw-ups. “Honestly bruhs, it wasn’t me it was BUSH!!!!!”

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        That’s kind of what I figured. I have no doubt that the CIA did some disturbing things at Gitmo, but this is a timed political release and you can darn well bet that there will be releases stating Hillary had a hand to play in shutting down the interrogations. IMO, this is part of the “buildup” to the 2016 elections and there will be LOTS of “fingerpointing” being directed at Republicans.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          (ALERT: Personal pronouns like ‘YOU’ are meant in the group and not the direct finger-pointing singular)

          The report is a tangible in a personal morals check: what can you live with in defense of YOU and YOUR family’s living/safety? We whine on about how terrible these things are and how we’re fighting to get the Islamic terrs into anger management and hug therapy so they’ll change their outlooks and start shopping acting like they live in the suburbs. Ohhhhh – terrible, we should use love and understanding and they’ll come around to our way of thinking – what was that Hillary just said? Oh yeah, let’s empathize with people like IQ and ISIS, both of whom are evolutions on the Muslim arc of ‘convert or die’.
          OK, let me ask – let’s say YOU were in the position of waterboarding a heavily suspected Muslim terr or putting your loved ones in a 50% chance risk of being killed or otherwise ‘converted’ to Islam? Will you risk the interrogators using Care Bear techniques to extract information on upcoming attacks that might impact (hate that word but I use it here for effect) YOUR family directly? Or would you grit your teeth and let the pros do their work under what were then accepted US guidelines?
          More on another AM post here.

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  12. west1890 says:

    Demoncrats have gone into slash and burn mode and they don’t care what or who is destroyed…as long as the Dem elite survive and their fundamental transformation succeeds. Some are being played because they are stupid ..and the rest, I fear, are of the same mindset as Barry Soetero.

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  13. czarowniczy says:

    Instead we should have the CIA interrogate terrorists by stapling $100 in $10 bills to suspected terrs and have them run as as fast as they can through any major innercity area in the US. Certainly Obama can’t disagree with that? OK, he could complain it should be more money – but come on…

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  14. sheila says:

    Obama and his cohorts are all exclaiming, “I believe in the rule of law”. Except for the laws they don’t like, right? And as for their call for transparency, I’d like to begin with Obama’s Columbia records.

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    • moogey says:

      They must keep Darren Wilson from appearing as a symbol for Law Enforcement. So, end goal: change the law so that a civil servant can be denied from ever working in an industry for the rest of his life. The politics of this are massive and so very frightening. I hope against hope that Missouri has good & true people working in their State Legislature and they are not moved to change the law based on “Civil” unrest.

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    • rashomon says:

      Hubris beyond belief! And exactly why are you taking away Officer Wilson’s ability to earn a living, Mr. Attorney? Where does your state constitution and our federal constitution give you, sir, the right to do this without cause?

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  15. 1harpazo says:

    FTA: By outlining the assistance from known and unknown allies in the war against extremist terrorism – the Obama administration has effectively insured that no country will again trust us to keep secret their alliance. This approach ‘isolates’ our nation from broader security reaches and ‘marginalizes’ our leverage or influence. Mission accomplished.

    The wings have come off the lion. The lion, bear and leopard are free to throw their support to the beast from the sea who is empowered by the dragon who gives him great authority. Maybe the US won’t be an influence or force to be reckoned with in WW III.

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  16. Darrell W says:

    Sen. John McCain supported the release of this report that can only do harm to America? Why? Does he have some sort of guilt complex for admittedly collaborating with the North Vietnamese enemy when he was a prisoner of war? Some fellow Pows called him the ‘Songbird’. They say he gave information that helped the enemy, possibly even causing the death of Americans. They said he gave information about the aircraft carrier which was his home base, and that he gave planned bombing routes. They even say he told our enemy that we intentionally bombed civilian targets. They said he willingly participated in propaganda films for the enemy. My point is McCain said he was tortured and he said he collaborated with the enemy. That suggests to me that torture works to get valid info about one’s enemy.

    Anyone who is against enhanced interrogation has never been in war, or they do not know what they are talking about, or they are lying about it. It is obvious to me that the Progressive Democrats want to destroy our once great country. At least I understand why they are against it.

    Enhanced interrogation is a useful tool which helps us defeat our enemies. We should continue doing it.

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    • Sam says:

      Anyone who tells you they can hold out against torture has never actually been tortured for weeks and months on end. You are right: everyone talks sooner or later. I don’t know why McCain continues to do things that undermine his country but perhaps it’s guilt or perhaps it’s subliminal suggestions planted by his interrogators.

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    • John Galt says:

      “Sen. John McCain supported the release of this report that can only do harm to America? Why?”

      Saudi money motivates McCain.

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  17. Col.(R)Ken says:

    McCain wasn’t the only one, just check the Code Of Conduct, 1970 then look at the updated, revised, about 1980-85. In fairness to all, they did their best to resist until their breaking point.

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    • Darrell W says:

      I was not criticizing McCain for helping the enemy. I was pointing out that by his own admission he had been tortured and that he admitted he gave the enemy information as possibly the result of that torture. I do not know what I would have done. I was never captured. I hope I would not have talked, but I may have given them all they wanted to know as soon as they began torturing me.

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      • LetJusticePrevail" says:

        I’ve never been tortured either, but agree that I would probably give up information sooner or later. Here’s the dilemma, though. Even if you DO give up info right off the bat, your interrogator will (most likely) assume that what you have given him is either

        A) Only a part of what you know -or-
        B) Misinformation designed to mislead him
        C) Incorrect information that was given because you thought that is what he wanted

        So, he will torture you anyway. Which turns the whole process into a cat-and-mouse game with you (the subject) trying to decide not only what to divulge, but when to divulge it.

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      • Col.(R)Ken says:

        Darrell, understood, I’m the one who criticizes that POS RINO, why, because he is. I did my 2 tours in RVN. Your post is correct, and I concur. Thank you.
        Sam, I have often said that about McCain, it could be a phone call, anything, I knew a Batan Death March survivior, in the old neighborhood, all of the WW2 Vets highly respected him. My Uncle, fought those Japs in Burma, Oh and they didn’t take prisoners. Yeah, we only took maybe a handful on my 2 tours in RVN, they were worthless to begin with. Never understood what “Chu Hoi” ment………Czar could you correct my spelling, thank you Sir.

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  18. MaryfromMarin says:

    Apologies if already posted elsewhere:

    New US embassy warnings posted after release of CIA interrogation report

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2014/12/09/new-u-s-embassy-warnings-posted-after-release-of-cia-interrogation-report/

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  19. TexasRanger says:

    Report on CIA interrogation methods,

    North Korea urges UN Security Council to censure United States for its use of ‘inhumane torture’

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp/article-2867946/North-Korea-urges-UN-action-inhuman-US-torture.html

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  20. Les says:

    The Daily Mail has this story posted. Most of the Brits and Aussies are on our side. The cold countries who never help are horrified, but the countries with beheaded/burned/dragged citizens aren’t too ruffled by it. Nice try, Dems. The fallout will be a few more fires and broken windows in the blue states.

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  21. bob e says:

    mccain changes with the times. he certainly was among the bravest of the brave
    in n vietnam camps. he is now a very clueless rhino, who’s time is up ..

    ** like everything sundance & his einstein super seal team does, the premise of this
    post makes me glad i somehow found this blessed place .. **

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  22. Obama has a legal obligation to have those responsible for the torture to be held accountable but he clearly wants them to get away with their crimes. He has made a point of insisting on not looking “back” at these crimes. Are you guys telling me you don’t see that? The Convention Against Torture requires prosecution of all acts of torture, without exception. What kind of ethics is it to give your word, to pledge by law that you will uphold a standard, and then only to go back on your word?

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      What was done at the time was LEGAL at the time. Contrary to what they intimate now, a handful of 8+ Congress critters from BOTH sides of the isle, gave their approval, and were informed pre and post of whatever was done.

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      • BigMamaTEA, that most certainly is not true. Torture was and is illegal. Judge Napolitano on the CIA Torture Report: “There are many, many crimes in here that should be prosecuted,” http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2014/december/09/a-litany-of-federal-crimes-judge-napolitano-on-the-cia-torture-report/
        Where did you get the idea it was “legal at the time?”
        18 U.S. Code § 2340A – Torture
        US Code
        (a) Offense.— Whoever outside the United States commits or attempts to commit torture shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both, and if death results to any person from conduct prohibited by this subsection, shall be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life.
        (b) Jurisdiction.— There is jurisdiction over the activity prohibited in subsection (a) if—
        (1) the alleged offender is a national of the United States; or
        (2) the alleged offender is present in the United States, irrespective of the nationality of the victim or alleged offender.
        (c) Conspiracy.— A person who conspires to commit an offense under this section shall be subject to the same penalties (other than the penalty of death) as the penalties prescribed for the offense, the commission of which was the object of the conspiracy.
        Source
        (Added Pub. L. 103–236, title V, § 506(a),Apr. 30, 1994, 108 Stat. 463; amended Pub. L. 103–322, title VI, § 60020,Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 1979; Pub. L. 107–56, title VIII, § 811(g),Oct. 26, 2001, 115 Stat. 381.) http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2340A

        Congress can and does perpetrate crimes too so I don’t know what your argument is. “Without torture prosecutions, we can’t claim to be a nation of laws” http://www.latimes.com/opinion/opinion-la/la-ol-torture-report-cia-prosecute-20141210-story.html

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        • BigMamaTEA says:

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  23. alan says:

    ;not to pour water on my conservative friends…but….we ought to be standing up for what WE believe are American values…McCain was right on target! IF we compromise our values, we become what we are fighting. IF you want a repressive government that lies to congress and goes rouge, then you have a good indication that this is exactly what is happening. Be careful what you wish for, as you may get it. IF you want to be spied on, then you should support the way the CIA is being run. THESE are the same people that are gathering that information. That is the first step in coming for you later. Better to have some really good restraints on this agency, as well as the NSA. You treat us like dogs, and we might, just might, grow up to be wolves…or…wolverines.

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  24. BigMamaTEA says:

    We HAVE a repressive government that has gone rogue for many administrations now.

    McCain is way past his prime, and needs to be put out to pasture. Even in the nineties, McCain did everything possible to torpedo a select committee’s investigation into possible POW’s (bodies and/or survivors (?) ) left in Vietnam. He’s been a problem for a long time.

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  25. Peter B says:

    Mission accomplished? not yet. It’s just that this had to happen while the Dems run the relevant Senate committees. It might have waited a bit otherwise. The next step: letting the appropriate foreign governments and the International Criminal Court that the Obama administration will, reluctantly, more in sorrow than in anger, cooperate with bringing war crime or human rights charges against someone (CIA officials? Rumsfeld? Cheney? Bush?)
    The trick will be bringing it all to a boil for the 2016 elections. Feinstein’s mission is returning the Democrats to power in both houses and the White House.

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  26. The Mike Brown/Eric Garner riots have yet to produce the desired effects, so “they” ramped things up hoping this would provide the “boost” they need for the “Fundamental Transformation”. Literally, OVER MY DEAD BODY!!!!!!!!

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