White House and Political Intel Community Blame The Russians…

President Obama Can See Russia From His House…

Someone, anyone, please tell me the best play for the Obama administration is not to trot out Clapper and Brennan to blame the Russians…. because the entrenched unwillingness to accept defeat is now getting way too funny.

The latest batch of moonbattery stems from the New York Times and Washington Post who are now quoting mysterious and secret sources, within the CIA, who claim the Russians were involved in the 2016 presidential election… or something:

[…]  It is the assessment of the intelligence community that Russia’s goal here was to favor one candidate over the other, to help Trump get elected,” the paper quoted a senior US official as saying. “That’s the consensus view.” (link)


It was already funny when candidate Hillary “pickles” Clinton was blaming a mysterious planetary conspiracy theory created by earth’s nationalist movement under the auspices of oppositional frog memes:

[…] The “vast right-wing conspiracy” went weirdly global today when Hillary Clinton delivered an actual presidential speech claiming she was being chased around by looming global forces of darkness, aligned in ideological intent to ensure her destruction (link)

But, it’s yet another level of absurdity entirely when the actual U.S. intelligence apparatus assigns the official position office of the president to the same global conspiracy.

These people don’t need to be refuted, they need to be laughed at.  Period.

Without any delivered evidence what-so-ever, the Times and Post are selling the deflective White House/Democrat “blame Russia” narrative by pointing to intelligence agencies including the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper – and the Director of the CIA John Brennan.

Pause yourself for a moment and absorb that.

DNI Director James Clapper, the specific Obama political appointee who falsely testified before congress about the NSA – and then when caught in the falsehoods fell back on a position to say:

“I responded in what I thought was the most truthful, or least untruthful, manner by saying ‘no.’”  (link)


Yeah, THAT James Clapper.  Oh, there’s no political angle to that guy’s department now that he’s nearing administrative exit and throwing the proverbial distraction spaghetti upon the wall.. can’t be.  LOL.

But, but wait…  The CIA haz ruskie reports too.

Well, specifically that would be the Obama political appointee and CIA Director, John Brennan; and there would be intense irony in Brennan saying they have some mysterious and top secret evidence of Russian hacking.

Irony, because it was literally John Brennan’s firm who was caught in 2008 ACTUALLY hacking the U.S. State Department passport records of then presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama who Brennan was working for:

[…] Just two weeks before an April 2008 Obama speech, and surprise announcement of his 1981 visit to Pakistan, employees of John Brennan  (who would become Obama’s terror chief) were caught tampering with Obama’s passport files.

It should be noted  that “Obama’s top terrorism and intelligence adviser, John O. Brennan, heads a firm that was cited in March 2008 (just before this April ’08 fundraiser) for breaching sensitive files in the State Department’s passport office, according to a State Department Inspector General’s report released July 2009.  (link)


The same CIA Director John Brennan who admitted in September of this year, that he voted for the communist party.  This long-term Obama adviser, now CIA head would never have a political motivation to assign a ridiculous political angle to the 2016 Presidential outcome in an effort to protect the legacy of, well, his boss… right?

Muh, Russians.


You just can’t make this stuff up.  And yet, the MSM wonders why trust in media is even lower than trust in government.   Dammit, it’s that Pepe character, gottabe.

Back to the grown ups –  We have previously presented the outline of black hats and white hats within the various domestic law enforcement and national security discussions. However, seemingly invisible to all but those who are paying very close attention, is the dawning of a new security era focused on civic defense and national restoration.

The larger dose of joy comes not from waiting for the historic writing of this time; but rather to notice these exact moments when we are within them.

With General Mattis as Secretary of Defense, Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor, General John Kelly as Secretary of Homeland Security, a top-of-class West Point graduate in Mike Pompeo brought in to take over and undoubtedly purge the CIA, and a lame duck struggle breaking out over NSA with Admiral Mike Rogers, the implications are pretty obvious.


mike-pompeomike-flynn-2NSA Director Rogers participates in session at Intelligence and National Security Summit in Washington

[L-R Mike Pompeo, Gen. Michael Flynn, Admiral Mike Rogers]

The white hats we have needed within the national security and intelligence departments are responding from a select group within the Defense Department.

Mounting evidence supports the ongoing thesis the DoD has actually seceded from the political elites; and with the election of President Donald Trump, they are poised on the horizon to reconstruct a nationalist-minded defense and security apparatus. This is the fundamental paradigm shift many have discussed, yet few imagined possible.

Is it any wonder President-elect Trump is less than enthusiastic with intelligence briefings from “blame Russia” intel officials stemming from within the current administration?

Seriously, think about it.

Lest, we too soon forget – from September 2015:

More than 50 intelligence analysts working out of the U.S. military’s Central Command have formally complained that their reports on ISIS and al Qaeda’s branch in Syria were being inappropriately altered by senior officials, The Daily Beast has learned.

The complaints spurred the Pentagon’s inspector general to open an investigation into the alleged manipulation of intelligence. The fact that so many people complained suggests there are deep-rooted, systemic problems in how the U.S. military command charged with the war against the self-proclaimed Islamic State assesses intelligence.

“The cancer was within the senior level of the intelligence command,” one defense official said.  (read more)


Any questions?



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601 Responses to White House and Political Intel Community Blame The Russians…

  1. Apfelcobbler says:

    The more I think about this, the more I suspect Egg McMuffin is up to his eyeballs in this. Ex-CIA. Right … “ex”, my muffin!

    What was his trade? Throwing elections, among other amazing tricks. What has been his hobby since becoming “ex” CIA? Trying to throw Utah!

    Came out of nowhere, well-financed, and operating like he is the standard bearer for true conservatism. “Principled conservatism” as he puts it. That’s his shtick. Thank goodness Trump pointed out last night that this “principled” conservative was quite fine with handing the Supreme Court over to Hillary’s Progressives!

    I assumed he was a NeoCon all this time. His stated strategy was to deprive any candidate of 260. Because his sugar daddies are east coast multi-billionaires I also figured he might be a Hillary tool.

    Wouldn’t it be a waste of training and his whole life if he was just doing this as a hobby, by himself? The CIA has a huge investment in every successful asset they groom, so is it really plausible he would just walk away from the CIA and never look back? Not stay in contact? He wants to run, knowing full well he can’t win, but he’s on a mission to redefine the conservative movement … so he’s going to do this alone? He has the most powerful political manipulation institution at his fingertips, but no, he’s gonna do this alone as an “ex”CIA regular guy?

    The liberals have finally blended their “Russians made us lose” theme to the “Fake News made us lose” theme. But McMuffin goes a step further, using it to undermine Trump’s credibility.

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  2. I’ve said this time and time again! I live in a state that voted OVERWHELMINGLY for Trump-58% of the votes cast were for Donald Trump. In fact he set a record for the most votes ever received by a Republican candidate for President. It had nothing-NOTHING-to do with this obscure theory that Russians hacked our polling machines, minds, computers, or whatever other excuse the MSM can find to blame for HRC’s loss. HRC’s perpetual lying and dishonestly lack of message, engagement, access is why she lost. The campaign and MSM need to stop with all of these foolish and dishonest narratives. Last week it was white supremacists. This week its Russia (again!). The week before that I was the recount. And I blame the MSM just as much as HRC’s campaign for spreading this bullish!t b/c there just refuse to accept the election results. When will everyone put on their big girl panties and say – WE LOST. LETS MOVE. ON

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  3. Dora says:

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  4. kenramsey says:

    The fake news stories HURT us in trying to get Trump elected. All of us who ran social media efforts and/or Internet sites advocating for Trump can tell you — false news stories are POISON to your readership. Your readers demand, expect, and deserve your best efforts. Nobody likes to be fed BS. Of course it happened, here and elsewhere including on my sites where a false news story slipped through and got linked to and presented to the readership. That happens, it’s human nature. And whenever it happens, alert readers will point it out, the story will get retracted, we move on and try to do better.

    You build a big readership by presenting a quality product, the best you can. That’s exactly how and why the Treehouse has done so well, because it is a quality, reliable product that has proven itself over time.

    Any efforts by “the Russians”, or whatever group you might come up with, to introduce false narratives into our efforts DOES NOT HELP US put out a quality product. It only makes our job harder. So, to any extent the Russians or whomever were out there trying to spread false propaganda about Hillary Clinton, they HURT our efforts to elect Trump.

    We OVERCAME, and won despite them.

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    • paris23 says:

      I think you are missing the point on this. Fake News means this: It is news the government wants censored, information they want concealed. They are not complaining about inaccurate reporting, because they LOVE inaccurate reporting. The intentionally promote fictions all day every day in order to dupe the unseasoned citizen. If conservatives ever get a fact wrong, it is not with intent to deceive. There is a difference.

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      • Sherlock says:

        You are right. What they are doing in this regard is conflating two things–First, the perhaps 10 blatantly fake news sites out there (like ones that appear to be a major media site, but in reality is a bogus site, usually with only one or two total stories on the site.) They are, in effect, COUNTERFEIT sites. Then there are hundreds of other sites which usually get it mainly right, occasionally get it spectacularly wrong. It is this large group that the MSM and dems now want to lump together with the truly fake/counterfeit sites, all under the heading of “fake news”.

        During the campaign I always hated it when someone got suckered by one of the “counterfeit” sites and ran around tweeting it, posting it here and elsewhere, just mucking up the works. Some people are just dumb and don’t even bother clicking to see if there are other stories on the site, for example, but just post away. Others, it seems to me, knew full well that they were posting from counterfeit news sites (those that appear to be, say, FOX or ABC, but have no affiliation whatsoever with those sites are are true fakes/counterfeits)
        with the specific goal of disruption and trying to discredit legit sites like this one.

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  5. Watch for the homeless “problem” to be on all the front pages after January 20th or so, like magic after, O, I don’t know maybe 8 years or so? Same with troops dying, labor/jobs.

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  6. maga2016 says:

    When Russians hack you wont notice or find any evidence. unlike the US morons who get trapped every time the Russians are skilled enough to avoid detection.

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  7. nimrodman says:

    They’ve even got Hillary’s inaugural address written and plans for a “shadow government”:

    Hillary Clinton’s Inaugural Address
    “I propose that for every Cabinet officer named by Donald Trump and confirmed by the United States Senate, we in the opposition will have a shadow cabinet member who will monitor the work of that department and comment as needed.”


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    • paris23 says:

      It’s hard to believe Bill Moyers could be so foolish as to believe Hillary Clinton cares a whit about democracy or the best interests of the American people. How do these people remain in their bubble, despite such overwhelming evidence of Clinton criminality? Has he never heard of Haiti or met a Haitian citizen? I guess he was always some kind of communist agent and I, like others, mistook him for a good guy. So brave of you to wander onto Truth-out.

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      • nimrodman says:

        “So brave of you to wander onto Truth-out.”

        Thanks. Dating a woman who referred me there to read a Noam Chomsky opinion piece on Trump’s election. Equally uber-lefty moonbattery as the Bill Moyers piece.

        Browsing up to the home page and perusing a few of the article titles is a quick education on what’s up with the fringe ultra-left. Hmmm … “alt-left”, dare I say?

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      • BigMamaTEA says:

        Bill Moyers is part of the leftist cult.

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    • Rudy Bowen says:

      Sounds like a good way to attract treason charges. Methinks they should be very, very careful about this sort of crap starting in about forty days.
      What a stupid, arrogant bitch.

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  9. R-C says:

    “These people don’t need to be refuted, they need to be laughed at. Period.”

    ‘Nuff said.

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  10. Sam says:

    Hillary Clinton is a sore loser. All of her schemes to overturn the results of the election prove it. We won. You lost, Hillary. So suck it up, buttercup.

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  11. nimrodman says:

    Now, as I’m watching TV news, the blurb says “CIA says hackers with ties to Russia passed DNC emails to WikiLeaks …” – something like that.

    So “Russia did it”? No. They won’t come out and claim that.
    So what do we think “with ties to Russia” actually means?

    I know, I know: “whatever they want it to”

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    • Alexsandra says:

      For people that push globalism, they seem awfully ethnocentric and bigoted against Russia. My, my. I thought liberals had tons of love for all globalist citizens no matter how despotic. But not Russia? Oh, I forgot, Russia is anti-globalist.

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      • Alexsandra says:

        And as far as “ties to” we are all about 3 degrees of separation from anyone anywhere anymore given technology, travel, and commerce in our times.

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        • nimrodman says:

          Good point. The game used to be that within 6 degrees of separation all Hollywood types could be connected to Kevin Bacon.

          Probably fewer degrees now, as you say.

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      • graphiclucidity says:

        I don’t think the Russians are as much anti-globalist (in trade/economic sense only) as they are pro-sovereignty.

        That’s the biggest problem many countries have with the USA the last several decades.
        Our government is real big on sovereignty when it comes to other nations interfering in our politics, but then the hypocritical comes raging out like a bull in a china shop when it has to do with interfering everywhere else in the world when somebody, somewhere, in DC gets a wild hair up their butt and sticks their nose where it doesn’t belong.

        Even when a sane American objects we get shouted down, called an isolationist, and told we can’t stick our heads in the sand and ignore the rest of the world.

        I hope to God that Trump can dial most of that nonsense back.

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  12. Trump4President says:

    My only question is “Why haven’t these felons been convicted?” These would-be guardians of justice need to do some serious time in ClubFed.

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  13. citizen817 says:

    What is wrong with Ms Lindsey G, or a better question, what is right? Something amiss…

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  16. facebkwallflower says:

    “Obama can see Russia from his house.” Hahahah.. Just Perfect.

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  17. freddy says:

    Trump was wise to circle himself with generals cause if they can’t intimidate the electoral college delegates they will try a coup de etat of some kind. The CIA starts a black swan event and Obama holds on to power till the hearings about Russias involvement are over…never… This feels like danger to me. The left has become a monster in 8 years and violence and anarchy is OK apparently…………

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  18. andi lee says:

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  19. peace says:

    The CIA’s Absence of Conviction

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  20. andi lee says:

    Our gvmt dismissed Russian Intel on the Tsarnaev Brothers.

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  21. William Ford says:

    The unwillingness of the Democrats and now the Obama administration to accept their election defeat at the polls and instead create a false narrative that they lost because of intervention by a foreign government is incredibly dangerous. It’s the first time in U.S. history that an administration has questioned the transition of power and sought to deligitimize the incoming administration. The next step would be refusal to accept an election result. God help us. The entire government must be purged of these crazy progressives.

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  22. Patriot1 says:

    Didn’t the CIA blame the Russians for Stuxnet?

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  23. BigMamaTEA says:

    h/t Zero Hedge

    On CIA media manipulation from 1976 Select Committee Report


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  24. triper57 says:

    Propaganda is fake news. And the MSM prints propaganda, not News.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. G. A. Graham says:

    It’s pathetic that this level of rank stupidity issues from the top echelons of the ‘intelligence’ community. But unfortunately, par for the course for the Obama admin.


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