The New York Times and Washington Post “Intelligence Sources” Under Inspector General Investigation…

The Sunday Talk Shows are filled with various left-wing punditry using two media reports from the Washington Post and New York Times claiming anonymous, albeit transparently political, “intelligence officials” who state: the Russian government “hacked the U.S. election“.

wikileaks-duckFirst, the media’s choice of wording is critical within both reports.

It is impossible to “hack an election“.  What was hacked was the DNC email system, and John Podesta’s email.  WikiLeaks published the content of both “hacks”.

Additionally, WikiLeaks has denied the source of the information was a foreign government.

Both The Washington Post and New York Times, simultaneously, published articles on Friday claiming anonymous sources within the CIA (note: intensely political CIA Chief John Brennan in charge) point to the Russian government as the originators of the hacking.   However, both articles are written with very obtuse and non specific language intended to cover over the fact these reports are not actually stating the official intelligence community are making these specific claims.

All other media outlets subsequently take this illogically based presentation and spin their coverage whereby the “DNC hacked” becomes “the election hacked“.

The Media Is Not a Reflection of RealityIn essence, the MSM takes a politically manipulated original intelligence claim and pushes a political media angle within a manufactured story of their own creation.

When the media reports on their own media reports the concentric circle of a self fulfilling narrative expands toward the infinite horizon of nothingness.

Various Trump administration officials are then commanded to show up for interviews where they are asked to respond to the content of media reports which are based entirely on other manipulated media reports….. And that’s where we are today.

However, if anyone could actually pause and call out this nonsense they might find it useful to reference the already well known politicization of the entire intelligence community apparatus.  The politicization was/is so severe it led to an inspector general investigation:

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 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. (link)

If, and that’s a big IF, there is any substantive truthfulness behind the politicized CIA accusation obtusely outlined within the Washington Post report, there is every reason to believe the anonymous sources are the same manipulative “senior intelligence command” already under inspector general investigation.

It is transparent to everyone the net intention of this ‘hacked election narrative’ is to provide the professional political UniParty class in Washington DC with a fortified defense mechanism to thwart off the incoming swamp draining.

The use of corporate media to protect the corporate legislative body is as familiar, and predictable, as Senators John McCain (see: Keating Five), and Lindsey Graham, fighting against term limits and finance reform on behalf of their corporate interests/benefactors, Wall Street and global interests.

However, moving forward there is considerable room for previously outlined optimism. The corruption within the intelligence community officials appears so severe, the White Hats are rising up from within the Defense Department to tackle it head-on.

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 the NSA with Admiral Mike Rogers, the implications are pretty obvious.

The white hats we have needed within the national security and intelligence departments are responding from a select group within the Defense Department.  This DoD surge appears to be why corporate interests are railing against “too many generals”.  The DoD generals also appears to be why all of those interests -within all of those corrupted political intel institutions- are going nuts thinking about what lays ahead.

Mounting evidence supports the ongoing thesis the Department of Defense has actually seceded from the political elites.  A wonderfully patriotic soft coup has taken place; and with the election of President Donald Trump, the white hats are poised on the horizon to reconstruct a nationalist-minded defense, security and intelligence apparatus.

This is the fundamental paradigm shift many have quietly discussed, yet few imagined possible.  Elevate your thinking… I mean REALLY elevate.  Now, Look closely:

Handout picture of al-Sisi kissing the mother of an army officer, who was killed during the recent Egypt uprising, during the graduation ceremony of a new batch of non-commissioned officers at the NCOs' Institute in Cairotrump vet

They have much more in common than people are currently grasping…. Think about it.

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657 Responses to The New York Times and Washington Post “Intelligence Sources” Under Inspector General Investigation…

  1. As one of the millions of former military and civilian government workers that were victims who had their personal info stolen by a hacker(s) I would strongly suggest that any hacks common to government employees, the DNC and the election process would certainly have an open road via Hillarys personal computer that had access to all major government agency records.

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  2. missmarple2 says:

    Here’s an interesting tweet, retweeted by Kellyanne Conway:

    Joe Scarborough Verified account

    Rex Tillerson was recommended by Bob Gates and Condi Rice, and is a longtime friend of James Baker. Hardly the pedigree of a Putin stooge.

    They’ve run with this “Russians did it” line and are too panicky to even check Tillerson’s background.

    Liked by 25 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Great, he can eviscerate todays nonsense MSM Fake News in the AM tomorrow and Mika can join in on the pile-on.

      Liked by 3 people

    • anthonydog says:

      If James Baker recommended Rex…Then Rex Tillerson is a globalist shill.

      James Baker also recommended John Bolton to W…Making them all recommendations of NWO George H. W. Bush…

      Get this info to Trump…this indicates it is same NWO crowd running things…James Baker also installed Ben Rhodes and his brother David Rhodes.

      NO NO NO to Rex Tillerson

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      • rashamon says:

        Wait a minute. Different time. Different leadership. Different policy. The job requires someone with global experience, but that doesn’t mean the U.S. any longer is going to nation build nor overthrow governments nor partake in warfare nor reward the military-industrial complex with outrageous budgets to hide money for a shadow government.

        Mr. Tillerson had to work on behalf of his shareholders to deliver a product at the right price and produce a profit. If he just follows that policy on behalf of ALL the American people, he’s our man. The past problem was the Sec’y of State was working for the elites, NWO if you will, who thumbed their noses at We The People.

        Let’s see what President Trump does.

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      • Roy says:

        Tillerson was recommended by someone not as pure as you and therefore he is no good?

        Liked by 2 people

      • aguila2011 says:

        Listen Dog, you have to think geopolitics for the big picture. Tillerson knows oil/energy and he knows all the players on a global scale. That does not mean he is a “globalist” in the Soros and Clinton sense. He is a tough and smart businessman who can represent the US global energy and economics are problems for the world.

        I trust Trump (but reserve judgement for at least a year) on how his turn around of the Obama clusterf**k regarding foreign affairs.

        Trump is doing what a CEO should do and that is … build a team of top rate talent around him that he can delegate his goals to and let them do their jobs. As you have seen, he is not shy about calling them out if they step out of line or fail. His signature line “You’re fired!” has been demonstrated many times already.

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  3. MTeresa says:

    This is the same media who tried to gaslight all of us that HRC was a shoo in? Yeah that media.

    Liked by 32 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      And that she was perfectly healthy after spazzing out and having to be thrown into her car “like a side of beef” (according to NYPD) at 9/11 ceremony.

      Among 1,000 other lies , of course.

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      • More and more, I believe that her being “thrown into her car “like a side of beef”” was the Clinton campaign gaslighting US! It worked, too, didn’t it????
        She was Soooo ready for the debates, when many here thought she might be on her death bed.

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        • She does get an “A” for effort, but her polls never recovered after her health became an issue. Even her fake polls that is. She has always been trying to prove she is healthy.

          People were talking about her health ever here in Italy. Even in USA no one bought the pneumonia, except for the media and her regressives. After her makeup, blood transfusion, L-DOPA, and/or other meds, possibly alcohol as well, steroids, facial injections and other sagging skin tricks and special lighting at the debate, a couple days later she was seen looking thrashed again. It’s really not hard to look well for a couple hours then back to bed for a week or two with the above tricks.

          I do know that steroids can bring back a voice even from laryngitis almost miraculously but it is not usually recommended unless an emergency for example a singer or someone who had to do a speaking engagement (debate) that could not be cancelled. I wasn’t fooled by Hillary’s FAKE HEALTH at all.

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        • ladypenquin says:

          No, she was ill. That wasn’t faked. What was faked was her ability to handle the debates – that’s an easy “fix” – it’s called “uppers” – current version known as adderall, etc.

          Did anyone catch the picture of her and Harry Reid at his retirement ceremony? There’s a moment when her body looks like it’s flinging back and he awkwardly is stabilizing her.

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        • Pepperjelly says:

          No, I don’t think anyone would act like that on purpose. I think she was massively hung over and was about to pass out.


    • Sunshine says:

      It’s about time someone made the MSM accountable for what they publish. It has to be nipped now or else we are in for a full eight years of this crap.

      Liked by 9 people

  4. The Boss says:

    “When the media reports on their own media reports the concentric circle of self fulfilling narratives expand toward the infinite horizon of nothingness”.

    In other words, the media is having a circle jerk.

    Liked by 27 people

  5. CharterOakie says:

    Thank God for the good guys.

    Hasten Jan 20, 2017. Do not delay.

    Liked by 15 people

  6. flyingtigercomics says:

    The use of generals in his cabinet and staff seems to be an attempt by Trump to do what JFK intended to do, and return peace time intelligence operations to the military IN UNIFORM rather than having the neither fish nor fowl CIA instigated messes such as Viet Nam through Iraq.

    CIA may be limited as far as possible back to its original function, the information accumulator, analyzer and clearing house for the president.

    Big ask.

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  7. HolyLoly says:

    Speaking of “soft coups,” that’s why Trump is bypassing regular daily briefings. He has zero interest or need for getting info from any of Obama’s sources. He has already amassed his own superior team of security experts who have been, in a sense, a shadow government already.

    Go, Trump.

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  8. Illegal says:

    Former UK Ambassador Blasts “CIA’s Blatant Lies”, Shows “A Little Simple Logic Destroys Their Claims”

    We are supposed to believe that in the most vital instance imaginable, an attempt by a foreign power to destabilise a US election, even though the CIA knows who the individuals are, nobody is going to be arrested or extradited


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    • judyw says:

      “I know who leaked them,” Murray said. “I’ve met the person who leaked them, and they are certainly not Russian and it’s an insider. It’s a leak, not a hack; the two are different things.

      “If what the CIA are saying is true, and the CIA’s statement refers to people who are known to be linked to the Russian state, they would have arrested someone if it was someone inside the United States.

      “America has not been shy about arresting whistleblowers and it’s not been shy about extraditing hackers. They plainly have no knowledge whatsoever.”

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    • Howie says:

      The FBI has the mission of National Security in the domestic arena, not the CIA. Boosh and his DHS and Patriot Act have complicated the missions of both. The idea was for them to coordinate operations I think. It does not seem like it is working out well.

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  9. Texian says:

    The lefties inside and outside the beltway continue to play 20th Century gaming. The world has moved on. Somebody needs to tell them Khrushchev is long gone.

    Liked by 11 people

    • missmarple2 says:

      All my adult life the left has mocked any fear of the Soviets and then the Russians. (See Obama’s comment to Romney in the debates about “The 80’s called and want their foreign policy back. The Cold War ended 20 years ago.”)

      I heard lots of extolling of the Russians from high school through college by lefty professors. Many leftists toured the Soviet Union (hello, Bill Clinton) during the height of the Cold War. Regan was sneered at by the press.

      Now, after Hillary’s reset button, allowing Putin to march into Crimea, and selling them 20% of our uranium, now, after Trump has won the election, they drag out this Russian thing like suddenly they are devotees of Joe McCarthy.

      It’s ridiculous. The press should be ashamed. In fact, the press should be humiliated by even covering this story, but as we found out from Wikileaks, a bunch of them are nothing but hacks (CNN and Politico, especially).

      Liked by 28 people

      • TRIALBYTRUTH says:

        They believe we old cold warriors will be affected and lose enthusiasm for Trump. They don’t believe it or care. They will give it up like the great kitty grab caper as soon as they realize their swooning has no effect. Like an aging pole dancer they have shown us everything they have and there once athletic moves are now patheyic

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      • alliwantissometruth says:

        “It’s ridiculous. The press should be ashamed”

        If you’re suggesting the press is capable of feeling shame, you’d be wrong

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      • Thanks, MissMarple! I’ve been wondering about this switcheroo for weeks! Wait! What? I thought Dems loved Commie Russkies and Repubs hated and feared them. Now it’s the other way around? When did THAT happen?

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      • They didn’t “allow” Putin to march into Crimea. What say did USA have in it anyway? Crimea gladly voted with a big majority to become back part of Russia. No one killed, very peaceful from beginning to end.

        When have we seen Putin coming to our shores to tell us what to do with Mexico? Yet somehow American media leads us to believe the US has the right to tell Russia what to do?

        Sixty years ago Nikita Khrushchev gave Russia’s Crimea away to Ukraine in only 15 minutes and many say he was drunk. Whether or not that is true, Crimea has the right and utilized that right to go back to being part of Russia. Hillary had nothing to do with that and if she could’ve she would’ve stopped it, as they did with their meddling in Ukraine. Putin outsmarted them for the protection of his own country and the protection of his own people.

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        • rashamon says:

          Thank you, Moni, for correcting the viewpoint that Russia “took over” Crimea, We should not get sucked into the narratives the warmongers want and need to front their aggressive activities. Has history taught us nothing?


        • CharterOakie says:

          Was that Khrushchev or Yeltsin?


          • Bull Durham says:

            Nikita, 1954.
            And it was not Constitutional, it was like an EO.
            Dimitri Rogozin writes about it in his book, The Hawks of Peace.

            In 1991 the former Soviet states all had referendum. Crimea twice in the early 90’s voted exactly the same 93-95% to be returned home to Russia Federation.

            Gorby and Yeltsin both were too weak and compliant with the West and didn’t insist on it.

            When the Ukraine went totally pathological in 2014, Crimea left, Donbass left. Russia accepted Crimea. It did not and will not accept Donbass. It defends Donbass.

            Two theories about Donbass.
            Ukraine is a nazi nightmare society and if Donbass came to RF there would be endless years of guerrilla war with Ukies. The Russians don’t want that mess.
            The other is that Ukraine is about to collapse as a nation state and will break up of its dead weight. The nazis will form in Western Ukraine as Banderstan, night marches, torches, crime and sociopathy. They will be caressed by European nazis in Poland, Lithuania and NATO.
            The remainder will be Novorossiya, a very viable nation state formation. Thus, Russia doesn’t need to take Donbass. It will be part of Novorossiya.

            The brain drain of Ukraine has been going on for years. 5 million Ukies are in Russia now.
            Other highly trained are leaving for Europe and Canada and other nations. Ukraine now has the lowest level of social order in the modern world.

            When the truth comes out that has been hidden it will shock the world. A nation with 42 million, gifted with many high tech Russian industries, highly educated, professionals is now 32 million starving with no treasury, no pensions, no gas for energy, killing its own people, selling body parts, and renting its young women to the world.
            Sick ideology has infected every aspect of its social life. All paid for by US taxpayers through loan guarantees, arms “sales”, IMF loans, World Bank loans and sales of the Ukie’s best national assets to vultures (Biden’s son).

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      • joanfoster says:

        The press has now shame only vile contempt for the intelligence of the American people.

        Liked by 1 person

    • herbork says:

      Exactly, Texian. This is why we really ought to stop casually calling them Marxists. They are not. The chief sin in Marxist analysis was “reducing change to identity,” and yet it’s always 1967 in Selma during the Cold War for these degenerate globalists. Marx said the State would “wither away.” Don’t hear any of that happy talk anymore, do we? And where oh, where! is the “shinning city on the hill,” the forsworn Workers’ Paradise? No, bro, this is straight up fascism peppered with half-remembered communist cliches meant to beguile quarter-educated half-smart “useful idiots.”


  10. oldschool64 says:

    It appears our future Deputy SoS has the right of it

    Barky is a coward, all bark and no bite. One swat across the nose with a rolled up newspaper and he’ll run for the exits.

    Liked by 7 people

  11. 4bleu says:

    Fake news… ‘Life on Mars’ front-page meteorite fantasy science fiction…wasn’t that later discovered to be a cynical manipulation of the news to keep the announcement of Bob Dole’s choice of running mate off the front page? Let’s see… oh yeah “Cold Fusion” historic achievement by not the big mega physics labs, but two guys in their basement. No, really. ‘burned through the table.’ Front page. only took a few months to print the teeny tiny retraction that maybe these guys were frauds.

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  12. Plain Jane says:

    Sundance, your second to last paragraph underscores the most uplifting and exciting time in our country’s history next to the founding. Praise God and the God loving men He is using to bring this about. I include in this statement, not only the obvious men, I also include people like you who are blogging truth. Thank you.

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  13. xyzlatin says:

    ok, I have looked closely at both photos, one of Egypt’s El Sisi and have enlarged them to check people in the background but I don’t recognise anyone (except one looks a bit like Obama lol) as I am not familiar with all the players. I give up. I wish someone would solve Sundance’s cryptic words as he has posted these photos before with similar cryptic remarks.

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    • M. Mueller says:

      This is an earlier comment on this thread:

      lastinillinois says:
      December 11, 2016 at 5:44 pm
      I believe so.
      I believe Sundance is letting us know that we are going through very similar times that Egypt went through a couple years ago: our military is helping us take our country back from the Muzzie Bro-hood – just as al-Sisi did in Egypt.

      “Elevate your thinking, REALLY elevate your thinking……”
      Our white hats – in our military, intelligence, and government – are using Donald Trump the Messenger to take our country back from the usurpers.

      I love this place….

      (The first picture is Egyptian mother of dead soldier.)


  14. snailmailtrucker says:

    Let’s see…..Obama’s a Muslim and/or a Muslim Sympathizer !
    Jeh Johnson the Head of Homeland Security is a Muslim and a Muslim Terrorist Sympathizer !
    John Brennan the Head of The CIA is a Muslim !

    Anyone see a Problem here ?

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  15. itswoot says:

    “They have much more in common than people are currently grasping…. Think about it.”

    I bet President El-Sisi and his intelligence services have a ton of dirt on President Obama and Hillary Clinton. When President Morsi was removed from power, there had to have been a large trove of information scooped up of communications concerning the Muslim Brotherhood and the Obama Administration. Evidence that would provide a smoking gun for criminal behavior by Obama and Clinton, both in Egypt and Libya.

    If true, then I’d also bet that Donald Trump is aware of the juicy details. Leverage.

    Also, I keep circling back and thinking on what Hillary Clinton is reported to have said during her backstage meltdown after the NBC broadcast Commander-In-Chief forum. She is speaking of Donald Trump here:

    “If that f – – – ing bastard wins, we all hang from nooses!”


    Liked by 7 people

    • Bull Durham says:

      I like the noose. Also the high velocity hollow point. Or we can simply do it the Argentine junta way and push them out of a plane 200 miles out in the ocean. Any solution works.


  16. thetrain2016 says:

    By the way Democrats, why the Russians just like their American counterparts wanted Trump to get elected?

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Give it time says:

    That word “coup” is shocking to openly discuss in this context. May I suggest calling it “realignment to constitutional principles”. This goes to show that our last best chance at success came from our greatest people… the military. It is no wonder they went nuts for Trump at the army/navy game. There are still some patriots remaining.

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    • valuetruth says:

      “This is the fundamental paradigm shift many have quietly discussed, yet few imagined possible.” I would offer that El-Sisi, like Trump, had to identify the black-hats and white hats within the Egyptian government. He too had to navigate how to purge the Egyptian deep state of the corruption, brought in by the Muslim Brotherhood, without taking down the whole government. As Sundance notes, we are witnesses to the “paradigm shift few imagined possible.” Amazing times!

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  18. Sherlock says:

    Quote from the Obama administration weeks after the election:

    “The Kremlin probably expected that publicity surrounding the disclosures that followed the Russian government-directed compromises of emails from U.S. persons and institutions, including from U.S. political organizations, would raise questions about the integrity of the election process that could have undermined the legitimacy of the president-elect,” the statement read, per The Times.

    “Nevertheless, we stand behind our election results, which accurately reflect the will of the American people.”

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  19. anarchist335 says:

    “When the media reports on their own media reports the concentric circle of self fulfilling narratives expand toward the infinite horizon of nothingness.” Nicely said. Perhaps even “…infinite horizon of meaninglessness.”

    Liked by 5 people

  20. snailmailtrucker says:

    This “Fake News” Bullshittt Reminds me EXACTLY how the Democrats
    HILLARY and OBAMA and the rest CREATED a Make Believe Video to Shift The Blame and Focus of the Murders of An American Ambassador, Chris Stevens and 3 Hero Military/Former Military Members Glen Doherty, Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods In a Little ShittHole Embassy in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11/2012.


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  21. Sherlock says:

    The media seems horrified that someone leaked or hacked TRUTHFUL information (DNC emails and some relatively early Podesta emails) and outraged that the American public reject the MSM FALSE information. “You are supposed to believe our biased reporting and blatant lies! It is unfair that someone was able to present you with the truth!”

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  22. platypus says:

    Very doubtful that the DNC emails were hacked. Wikileaks deals in leaks; i.e., whistleblowers. Insiders giving up inside info. That is why Wikileaks has NEVER had a fake release – they know exactly who gave stuff to them and how he/she was able to access it.

    The Russians are probably hacking the same servers as where the leaks came from but the two are independent of each other. My opinion – YMMV.

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  23. Mar says:

    I recently read ex-CIA operative Robert Baer (a strange individual), now wants a re-do of the entire election.
    In one of his books he wrote, “The CIA had been systematically destroyed by political correctness, petty Beltway wars, careerism, etc.” and it should cause all Americans to be angered and alarmed.

    I don’t know…and I could be way off base, but it seems odd, he’s now trusting of an organization he left, in part for that reason.

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  24. sunnydaze says:

    Proof Positive, Putin himself admitted it to CNN:

    Liked by 14 people

    • PreNanny says:

      That is so funny, we have very clever people on our side. Can you imagine the glee of that child to see their note posted all over the world? A future leader 😉

      Liked by 2 people

  25. Sunshine says:

    Nice photo comparison of El Sisi and Donald Trump.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Greg says:

    Watergate was used by the left to permanently taint Conservatives as inherently crooked. We have seen how easily the left invent new narratives – fake news. alt-right, Russian hacking. This tripe emanates from the moral poseurs that actually patented the use of fake stories and magic memes! The left base is being sensitised to justify mass riots next year. That’s why it is important that a special prosecutor be appointed for Hilary’s emails to expose the blatant conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. She should be exposed as more crooked than Nixon and not a saint. In addition there must be proper ID laws by 2020 otherwise the country’s fate will be decided by illegals in California.


  27. 3x1 says:

    This is quite a coincidence. Germany is now attacking “fake news” and claiming the Russian hackers are running amok:

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  28. Howie says:

    I think the CIA mission is to spread pro american disinformation or information overseas not in the domestic arena. The FBI is supposed to cover domestic national security. The DHS may be at the heart of this. They are created to blend the two and seem to be a problem here I think. Normally the intelligence agencies of a country try to out propaganda the opposition. Here we may have a globalist rouge CIA at work. Who knows?


  29. Howie says:

    ■ The use of journalists has been among the most productive means of intelligence‑gathering employed by the CIA. Although the Agency has cut back sharply on the use of reporters since 1973 primarily as a result of pressure from the media), some journalist‑operatives are still posted abroad.


  30. The deplorable clayusmcret says:

    Brennan runs the CIA. Brennan is the obama administration. I’ll trust the CIA on political matters sometime between when obama and Brennan are gone and never.

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  31. moe ham head says:

    russia hacking our elections? sounds like some of that fake news they keep talking about

    Liked by 2 people

  32. Howie says:

    And in the immortal words of Country Joe we all want to know.
    “And it’s 1,2,3, what are we fighting for?

    Liked by 2 people

  33. fred2w says: just posted this Select Committee video from 1975:

    “FLASHBACK VIDEO : CIA Admits they use the Mainstream Media to Manipulate Americans”

    This is another reason we shouldn’t buy into the anti-Trump/anti-Russia gaslighting. The mass media and the CIA have been playing the American people for DECADES.

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  34. 3x1 says:

    None of this “Russian hacking” malarkey would fly if they hadn’t silenced Assange.

    100% calculated, coordinated, disinformation.

    The CIA has been doing this to other countries for YEARS.

    No big jump to bring the BS home.

    So it’s against the law. So what? So is spying on the Senate.


    Seth Rich can’t testify. Somebody killed him.

    Assange can’t testify. The State Department silenced him.

    But we’re supposed to believe a CIA that has already violated their purpose and scope.

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  35. julegate says:

    I am reading a about the Rothchilds called Planet Rothchild. You know what?
    It is standard for Globalists to pick a country that is not going along with its plans,
    to plant all sorts of propaganda about that country to start a war, a coup or anything else they want to do. Also if they want to ignite tensions a lone gunman may kill someone important or the country will be taunted. Kind of like we are doing to Russia today.


  36. MaineCoon says:

    “El-Sisi also responded to a clip of Hillary Clinton accusing the Egyptian government of being “basically an army dictatorship,” during a debate with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. He said, in part, that “in Egypt there will not be a chance for any dictatorship because in Egypt there is a constitution, there is law, and there is the will of the people which will refuse to allow any leader to stay in his position for any period longer than his term which is four years.”

    Interesting 9.21.2016 article to re-read based on SD’s pictures.

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  37. Howie says:

    The new president will set foreign policy. He will have to root out the old presidents operatives and get em’ out. PC, global warming, and diversity will not our priority.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. OmaMAGA says:

    So leaks expose MSM as hacks so they claim the leaks were hacks. And if leaks are hacks they can’t be true. Got it.

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  39. Commie media hacking with blunt axes with 6″ handles.!


  40. majorstar says:

    Get proof or get out.


  41. TakeBackOurRepublic says:

    All other media outlets subsequently take this illogically based presentation and spin their coverage whereby the “DNC hacked” becomes “the election hacked“. Sundance exposes the MSM manipulation and intent in that one sentence.

    The meme is being spun relentlessly as a psyop when the reality is that the DNC was hacked by a whistleblower who provided the emails to Wikileaks (Seth Rich? and where is Assange?). What should’ve been investigated both during the campaign and now is why Podesta, Hillary or anyone else involved in the emails haven’t come forward to challenge their authenticity. Crickets from all parties involved. Instead we are warned that the hacked emails may have been “altered” and Fake News is the biggest “safety concern in America”. Then quietly on November 30th the House passes Bill H.R. 6393, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017.

    This all feels like a set up. The desperation in blaming Russia, a nuclear super power, is psychotic. I pray they don’t use this manufactured accusation to trigger a false flag incident that could lead to war prior to the inauguration.


  42. JoD says:

    The definition of “Russia hacked the election”, refers to the hacking of the Clot’s email server which she kept unsecured in her basement and the hack of Podesta’s emails
    The FBI has publicly stated with 99% certainty, that 5 or more countries may have accessed the material on the server.
    Meanwhile, some “genius” figured out that Podesta’s email acct. password was……password.
    How come Russia always gets the credit?……….

    Liked by 1 person

  43. nole2016 says:

    Sad when I believe the Russian Government over our own…that’ll change in January.

    Kremlin says US election hacking reports ‘unfounded’
    Agence France Presse2 minutes ago
    Moscow, Dec 12, 2016 (AFP) –
    The Kremlin on Monday dismissed as “unfounded” reports of a secret CIA assessment that Russia tried to tip the US presidential poll in Donald Trump’s favour by hacking political institutions.
    “Not one of these absolutely baseless allegations is supported by any kind of information, let alone evidence,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
    “This all looks like absolutely unfounded, unprofessional, amateur accusations that have nothing to do with reality.”
    According to a report in The Washington Post last week, the CIA believes that Russian cyberattacks against the US were aimed at helping the Republican candidate win the White House.
    The report came on the heels of President Barack Obama’s order to review all cyberattacks that took place during the 2016 election cycle amid growing calls from Congress for more information on the extent of Russian interference in the election campaign.
    Republicans at the weekend dismissed the reports, with National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer saying “the intelligence is wrong.”
    Trump himself dismissed the reports as “ridiculous.”
    The Kremlin was propelled to the heart of American politics in July after Hillary Clinton’s campaign blamed Russia for an embarrassing leak of emails from the Democratic National Committee.
    Washington in October formally accused the Russian government of trying to “interfere” in the elections by hacking the Democrats behind Clinton, charges the Kremlin has repeatedly dismissed.
    President Vladimir Putin said in October that the accusations were meant to divert American voters’ attention away from domestic issues.


    • Howie says:

      Sounds about right to me. Rings true.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bull Durham says:

      The lesson of 2016 is never believe the government.
      It is a government.

      You can trust nothing from any government.
      It is the largest CYA operation man can create. No truth emanates from government, and little good comes from government. Even with good men and women at the most visible powerful positions, government is the greatest threat to Liberty. The Constitution was constructed to try to control its inherent dangers to Liberty. Never forget that.

      Liked by 2 people

  44. The way I read all this is…a political coup to steal the election from Trump will be met with a military coup to thwart it. No accident that Trump is nominating generals everywhere and it’s no accident that he attended the Army-Navy game to demonstrate his overwhelming support among the armed services (and law enforcement everywhere).

    But this would turn us into banana republic, you might say. That ship sailed eight years ago.

    If you think about everything Trump has done and said in this campaign, you will see that he has been considering this possibility for the last 18 months.

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  45. John Bolton was on Fox and Friends this morning and he said it was basically unbelievable that the Russians would be so inept to leave their fingerprints behind on a hack; he says it could be a false flag meaning another foreign entity could have hacked and then makes it look like someone else did it, ie Russians.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. bolshevict says:

    If Trump uses this stupid non-issue in the right way, he could get something substantial out of it….

    Minimum Federal standards for security for all elections, from the precinct level, nationwide…..which would include voter identification standards at the ballot boxes and a federal database of eligible registered voters (since people move, have second homes, etc). A back-up to help states who would have no idea if someone was registered in bordering states, etc…..the sole purpose and use of the database being to assure the integrity of elections and provide states with information about their registered voters.

    Free IDs for the idiots Dems say would be disenfranchised by identification standards….folks who can’t be expected to secure an ID on their own, even while figuring out how to get food stamps, Section 8 and Obamaphones…..

    Heavy new criminal penalties for cheaters.

    With all the pontificating about the solemn integrity of the institution of the electoral process, making election reform a part of the discussion would provide some cover for instituting NEEDED reforms that can put the hurt on the Dem “ground game”, also known as “cheating”.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Educated Citizen says:

      Paper only ballots and voter id issued with the specific purpose of voting not to be replaces or substituted by another form of id at time of voting. No online voting.

      Liked by 1 person

  47. thetrain2016 says:

    I have the proof how foreign entities tried to affect our election results. Three Million illegal alien voted for Hillary…

    Liked by 2 people

  48. wyntre says:

    FBI disagrees with CIA on Russian influence in the presidential election

    The FBI did not corroborate the CIA’s claim that Russia had a hand in the election of President-elect Donald Trump in a meeting with lawmakers last week.

    A senior FBI counterintelligence official met with Republican and Democrat members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in order to give the bureau’s view of a recent CIA report. The official did not concur with the CIA, frustrating Democrats.

    The CIA believes Russia “quite” clearly intended to send Trump to the White House. The claim is a bold one and concerned Democrats and some Republicans who are worried about Trump’s desire to mend relations with an increasingly aggressive Russia.

    The FBI official was much less convinced of the claims, providing “fuzzy” and “ambiguous” remarks.

    The different conclusions reached by the two intelligence agencies is a reflection of their different institutional styles. CIA officials often use past behavior and analysis based on gathered intelligence to advise leaders, whereas the FBI comes from a more legalistic background which relies on hard evidence to make a case.

    Rep. Devin Nunes, the chairman of the committee, sided with FBI’s assessment.
    “There is no clear evidence — even now,” he told the Post. “There’s a lot of innuendo, lots of circumstantial evidence, that’s it.”

    Liked by 9 people

    • repsort says:

      I’ve got a simpler explanation. They’ve been weaponize. They are corrupt.

      Liked by 15 people

      • Stringy theory says:

        That is the real answer. The CIA is corrupt and weaponized. That will soon be changed.

        Liked by 9 people

        • John Galt says:

          Weaponization of Islamists has never been a good idea, but it’s now off the rails to the point that the CIA is being run by and/or in cooperation with the MoBros. Since Trump already announced that he planned to designate the MoBros as a terrorist organization, it’s not surprising that they’re bouncing off the walls at the CIA at the prospect of dismantling the MoBros and their extensive network. Trump’s energy independence program could also strangle the Saudi’s ability to fund their Islamist expansion program.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Frankly Ben says:

            The level of systemic corruption in government agencies goes back decades. For the last eight years we’ve had a criminal in the presidency guilty of multiple identity theft felonies.

            The drain the swamp mantra was a great campaign catch phrase but is also an excellent moniker that captures the level of deep corruption, deceit and violation of American interests we are facing. To really drain this disgusting mess great strategic thinking and nimble game management is essential.

            We can thank our lucky stars that we have a top dealmaker and strategic thinker in President Trump to device and execute what will be a very difficult, dangerous and lengthy process to root out the mess. This man has navigated shark-infested waters for decades to reach the pinnacle of success in the toughest of industries.

            This leader was made for this moment. The looming battle will be hard, wrought with landmines at every turn and require the utmost in battle assessment and constant quick thinking to achieve success.

            We’re in the best of hands!

            Liked by 6 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        I agree.
        Hillary was promising amnesty within her first hundred days in office.
        She was proposing a 550% increase in these so called Syrian refugees.
        She wanted to raise taxes, and she had a lot of negativity and baggage.
        The Russians didn’t defeat Hillary, she defeated herself.

        Her main problem was that too many people started paying attention.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Remember a month or two ago during the election it was also SEVENTEEN intelligence agencide, only that time they were making a statement Trump couldn’t be trusted with the nuclear codes. I even saw a list of the intelligence agencies (stuff like the dept of agriculture, fda, etc) back then. Gee, do you think it could be the same people? eyeroll


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