Horsepucky, Narratives, Political Suppositions and The ATOMIC HAMMER OF TRUTH: Occam’s Razor

As most readers are aware the current wagon-circling Clinton defense strategy (to avoid the toxic legal ebola present through the Christopher Steele dossier contagion) is to claim Team Clinton was duped by a Russian disinformation campaign.

This approach attempts to create distance between: Clinton and Fusion-GPS; the intensely false political intelligence assertions within the Steele Dossier; the DOJ/FBI using the dossier as underlying evidence to gain FISA approval; and the outcome of the FBI spying operation on the Trump campaign in 2016.

Unfortunately for them, as we have pointed out, Hillary Clinton -writ large- cannot say they were duped by an intelligence dossier they created themselves.  This is their “dossier problem‘.   However, that said, here’s the New York Times trying to assist that “hoodwinked” narrative though the use of the false Michael Cohen story. WATCH:


The ‘hoodwinked’ angle is horsepucky.  The use of that defense is the ‘narrative’.  The claim the Michael Cohen story was planted by Russians inside the Steele Dossier is fabricated ‘political supposition‘…..

….But are you prepared for the ATOMIC HAMMER OF TRUTH?

Here’s the Occam’s Razor behind the false travel story of candidate Donald Trump’s lawyer,  Michael Cohen, and how the flaw ended up in the Steele Dossier.

This is how research shows the simplest explanation is the most likely.  All of the points that lead to the simple explanation are generally well known truths.

♦We know the Steele Dossier contains content that was not exclusive to Christopher Steele.  ♦We know Fusion GPS held proprietary ownership of the Steele Dossier content. ♦We reasonably know that Nellie Ohr provided much of the research for the dossier content. ♦We know that FBI contractors, perhaps Fusion entities, used unlawful FBI FISA-702 searches to gain information that was passed on to Fusion-GPS and Nellie Ohr etc.  ♦We also know the story of Michael Cohen traveling to Prague is inside the Steele Dossier; and we know the story is false – It was the wrong Michael Cohen.

Occams Razor:  One of the dubious FBI FISA-702 search subjects was Michael Cohen; and that turned up a “raw data” result for a Michael Cohen traveling to Prague.

That’s how a false Michael Cohen story got into the dossier.

A FISA-702 raw data search gave a return on Michael Cohen, the wrong “Michael Cohen”. That raw data was given to Fusion-GPS who put that inaccurate raw data into the compiled opposition research dossier.   That’s how it got in there.

See how that happened?

The conspiring crew ran DOJ/FBI FISA-702 searches on “Michael Cohen Travel”, and simply got the wrong guy.

Amid complex stories, the simplest explanation is almost always the most accurate.

Unfortunately for the scheme team, this *mistake* puts another connection between: •the unlawful use of the DOJ/FBI FISA search access; •the people who gained custody of that raw data; •and how false information was used in the finished document, the Steele Dossier.

This is NOW tangible evidence to connect the scheme.

And now you know why Michael Cohen is suing Fusion-GPS and Buzzfeed.  His lawsuit will force Fusion to outline where they got the fraudulent information.  Within the discovery Cohen knows he’ll find the unlawful FISA-702 search story.


Sucks to be the conspiracy crew.

Hi Glenn, Jim, Mary, Nellie, Peter and Bill !

And specifically because this encompasses the politicization of the DOJ and FBI, the political use of FISA-702 searches also falls under the ongoing review of Inspector General Michael Horowitz.  Actually, it’s the top two priorities in the “Ongoing Work” section of the OIG.


Remember, NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers already testified to the House Judiciary Committee that he retained all of the Audit Logs for the unlawful 2016 FISA search inquires of U.S. citizens.   IG Horowitz and House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes now have a valid paper trail to follow.

Put the FISA-702 Search Query result of “Michael Cohen Prague” together with the false story surfacing in the Steele Dossier….. and Voilá !!  Easy peasy.

Relax and enjoy this upcoming week.

You’re worth it….


IG Stimulated Releases of Information:

♦Release #1 was the FBI Agent Strzok and Attorney Lisa Page story; and the repercussions from discovering their politically motivated bias in the 2015/2016 Clinton email investigation and 2016/2017 Russian Election investigation.

♦Release #2 outlined the depth of FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page’s specific history in the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton to include the changing of the wording [“grossly negligent” to “extremely careless”] of the probe outcome delivered by FBI Director James Comey.

♦Release #3 was the information about DOJ Deputy Bruce Ohr being in contact with Fusion GPS at the same time as the FISA application was submitted and granted by the FISA court; which authorized surveillance and wiretapping of candidate Donald Trump; that release also attached Bruce Ohr and Agent Strzok directly to the Steele Dossier.

♦Release #4 was information that Deputy Bruce Ohr’s wife, Nellie Ohr, was an actual contract employee of Fusion GPS, and was hired by F-GPS specifically to work on opposition research against candidate Donald Trump. Both Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr are attached to the origin of the Christopher Steele Russian Dossier.

♦Release #5 was the specific communication between FBI Agent Strzok and FBI Attorney Page. The 10,000 text messages that included evidence of them both meeting with Asst. FBI Director Andrew McCabe to discuss the “insurance policy” against candidate Donald Trump in August of 2016.

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744 Responses to Horsepucky, Narratives, Political Suppositions and The ATOMIC HAMMER OF TRUTH: Occam’s Razor

  1. Nigella says:

    So if it’s so obvious that there is no Russian collusion by Trump why is Mueller still dragging in people associated with the Trump campaign?

    Liked by 10 people

    • woohoowee says:

      Crooked & Crew admitted the Mueller appointment should never have happened as soon as they started trying to say they were duped. Evidently they didn’t think that part of their new narrative through before running with it.

      Liked by 12 people

    • MAGAbear says:

      Maybe cuz Mueller is covering for his deep state swamp buddies?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Blaze says:

      I don’t want another tax $$ spent on the fake investigation knowing what is out there now. Just think what we have learned since Manafort’s home invasion by the FBI!

      Liked by 5 people

    • D. Manny says:

      Wrong question. The question you should be asking is, since it’s without a doubt there was no Russian collusion, why are they investigating at all?

      Liked by 7 people

      • Nigella says:

        I meant that thought it doesn’t sound that way


      • bandfreak22 says:

        And when all is said and done, the Clinton Foundation should pay for this witch hunt…not us tax payers.

        Liked by 2 people

        • C R Lord says:

          It would be great if the Clintons both were wearing orange jump suits for life without parole along with their puppet master Soros and his other puppets Obama and Moochelle. If all of them were in prison for life justice would be served.

          I think all of Soros assets should be removed from him and his children and, if enough evidence could be found of their collusion with daddy Soros, his children could be put behind bars for life as well. What’s that old saying? “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

          A Utopian Dream.


      • Jacksonian Grouch says:

        @D.Manny: “…there was no Russian collusion, why are they investigating at all?…

        Writ/Bill of Attainder. Guilty without trial. Find anything that sticks to them. And completely unConstitutional.

        Think Manafort, being pushed on process for something that happened almost a year before the election. Think Flynn charged on another non-related and minor process.

        We fought a war against a Tyrant 3000 miles away for egregious acts such as these.

        The JG


    • Charlotte says:

      And yet—who is directing THIS narrative?
      Did Glenn Simpson Lie to Congress?
      And could Christopher Steele, the British spy who spent his life as a Cold Warrior, have become an unwitting Kremlin pawn?

      More horse puckey An experienced spy should be smarter than that.

      Liked by 2 people

    • domain496 says:

      My question: Why is he ALLOWED to continue?

      Liked by 1 person

      • joninmd22 says:

        Because Jeff Sessions cannot end the charade due to his recusal, the President can’t because he’d fall afoul of the Saturday Night Massacre fiasco meme, and Rosenstein is complicit.

        While fatally discredited in the legal sense Mueller will continue because politically he’s untouchable. Trump’s lawyers reportedly expected that Mueller would be done by now are obviously clueless regarding witch hunts.

        In the larger sense we have left the protection of a constitutional system of laws and are at the mercy to the whims of out of control social forces.

        No matter how compromised Mueller is he will go forth because it’s the only weapon the left has that has a chance of affecting president Trump. Every emotional and political hope the left has is wrapped up in the SC’s continuation as a moral weapon against the greater MAGA movement.

        Liked by 3 people

        • jmclever says:

          OTOH there longer the witch hunt the more deep state corruption is exposed which has been a good thing.


          • joninmd22 says:

            Face palm. The longer the witch hunt and when a charge is leveled the corruption of the Deep State will fall off the radar.

            Mueller now has to get the president on anything so the Deep State might survive. the exposure of the DS is despite or not connected to Mueller’s activities.


            • Charlotte says:

              Not just Mueller–the Main Slime Media too Have you noticed very day they throw up something? The sh*thole story, the porn star story, the Hawaiian “Mistake” etc etc

              Its coming fast and furious from the left

              Liked by 1 person

        • Founding Fathers Fan says:

          Jeff Sessions provided others to handle it. He cannot, personally handle every detail so he delegated.
          “Consistent with the succession order for the Department of Justice, Acting Deputy Attorney General and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia Dana Boente shall act as and perform the functions of the Attorney General with respect to any matters from which I have recused myself to the extent they exist.”


          • joninmd22 says:

            This was not a criticism of Jeff Sessions but a statement of political reality in response to the larger Question.

            No subordinate will end their career ending the SC’s investigation and indeed such a firing by a lieutenant would never be seen as legitimate.


    • joninmd22 says:

      Because Special Counsels can do anything they want by pretty much the same thinking that makes Independent Counsels unconstitutional.

      Once started they have to discover a crime committed because government can never be wrong.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Alligator Gar says:

        Even though they are not supposed to be appointed UNLESS a crime occurred. You simply cannot make this up. When Sessions fired Rosy, why did Trump refuse to accept Rosy’s resignation???? Why keep an enemy in a position to check or potentially check mate you? I cannot fathom this. I wish I could. I know President Trump has got this, but it is a puzzle to those of us not clued in, but who support this courageous man with all of our might.

        Liked by 1 person

        • joninmd22 says:

          When did Sessions fire Rosenstein? This never happened.


          • Alligator Gar says:

            It is customary for the deputies to resign or offer to but to serve until replaced. Here is the article:


            “Only two prosecutors were held over. Dana Boente, the US attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia and acting deputy attorney general, and Rod Rosenstein, the US attorney for Maryland who been nominated to fill the role of deputy to Sessions. Rosenstein was appointed by Bush and held his post throughout the Obama administration.

            “The president called Dana Boente and Rod Rosenstein tonight to inform them that he has declined to accept their resignation, and they will remain in their current positions,” spokesman Peter Carr said in a statement.”

            Enjoy your crow.


    • Good Job! says:


      1] Mueller is making big money for himself at $$$$ per hour. Why quit now?


      2] Mueller is a patriot running this investigation which always has been a disguised counter-intelligence investigation into intel community corruption, illegal searches, and uses of private contractors around the RussiaGate matter. Mueller’s appointment of the FBI and DOJ conspirators to his own investigation was a clever trap–certainly they would continue more obstruction of justice and this time it would be under the watchful eye of Mueller! Every lie they tell Mueller will be a lie to a federal officer!


      3] Something like 2] but Mueller was coerced into playing this role and the Special investigation did not start as a counter-intelligence investigation. It became later a CI investigation and Comey was coerced into leading it still because he was the prime witness his own investigation is at center an obstruction of justice.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Carrie2 says:

    Hemishe, Trump is great in pushing the question back at the questioner who will eventually find he is the problem and none of the solution. We are waiting with baited breath for the hammer to strike and so many will be going down the path to the hanging tree and probably some if not many will be running to Trump or Congress asking for relief/freedom if they spill the beans. Getting more interesting every day and pretty soon those wrongdoers won’t be able to come up with more lies or “stories” trying to mislead or cover up whatever and won’t it be fun to see them like the emperor with no clothes.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Joe says:

    David Kramer was subpoenaed by Nunes to appr before the committee on January 11. Haven’t heard anything about this. Did he appear?


  4. Kent says:

    Well durn…now I gotta go rethink this whole mess….I had it figured that der ruskies had the clintonists/obamanistas bent over showing them what a s…hole really looks like…and….bam!….

    another facet of the diamond of truth appears……………………………

    be right back…….

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Your analysis has the virtue of being easily checked, and soon!

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Doppler says:

    Don’t overlook the possibility that Crowdstrike may have been a key player in this corrupt process.

    TheYoungTurks disclosed that Crowdstrike was under contract with the FBI from June 2015 to July 2016, The substance of that contract has never been reported, but that would coincide with the start of the HRC server investigation (perhaps to analyze HRC’s server for hacking?).

    When the DNC emails were hacked, this same firm was hired by the DNC to examine its server, whereupon it pronounced definitively that it was the Russians, a conclusion endorsed “by all 17 intelligence agencies,” without any of them examining the server in question. This conclusion was thoroughly debunked by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, based on forensic evidence, in July 2017, on Consortium News.

    Like Fusion GPS, Crowdstrike had both the DNC and the FBI as clients simultaneously.

    Plus, over a couple days last week, the New York Times gave the Fusion founders their op-ed page to defend themselves, and Dmetri Alperovitch of Crowdstrike got airtime on PBS NewsHour, presented as a friendly expert on how we can protect ourselves from hackers. Just a coincidence? Or a well-managed effort to bolster public opinion in favor of the co-conspirators?

    All questions and speculation at this point, but worth keeping in mind as you unravel more of what is being disclosed.

    Liked by 11 people

    • On this one aspect about Cohen, why would Crowdstrike care? If there truly was a search for Cohen, then I can think of several entities above Crowdstrike to be under suspicion first. (Not to say that the rest of your post doesn’t have merit, though.)


    • Kent says:



    • D. Manny says:

      Sundance is covering them when he says “Fusion GPS entities.” It means it could just be Fusion GPS and/or a whole host of other subcontractors as well.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Notice how seamlessly the hiring of Crowdstrike coincides
      with Yate’s refusal of letting the OIG look at the National
      Security bunch. Same month as the decision.

      Crowdstrike seems to find Russian hacking almost the
      minute after the ink dries on their contract. In the DNC and
      FBI’s case, it couldn’t be more convenient. Especially if
      you were , say, wanting to frame the opposition.

      Liked by 2 people

    • DanO64 says:

      Marc Elias. The lawyer from Perkins Coei who represents almost every player. hmmm?

      Liked by 3 people

      • litenmaus says:

        Hills did Mr. Elias no favors on November 2, 2017……

        On November 2, 2017, Hillary Clinton appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah:
        transcript – Hillary Clinton –

        “This was research started by a Republican donor during the Republican primary. And then when Trump got the nomination for the Republican party, the people doing it came to my campaign lawyer and said, you know, ‘would you like us to continue it?’ and he said, yes. He’s an experienced lawyer. He knows what the law is. HE [MARC ELIAS] KNOWS WHAT OPPOSITION RESEARCH IS.

        And, you know, from my perspective, it[the dossier] didn’t come out before the election, as we all know. And what also didn’t come out — which I think is an even bigger problem as I write in the book — is that the American people didn’t even know that the FBI WAS INVESTIGATING the TRUMP campaign BECAUSE OF CONNECTIONS WITH RUSSIA STARTING in the SUMMER of 2016.

        So I know that voters should have had that information. That’s something that may have influenced some people. And it’s part of what happens in a campaign where you get information that may or may not be useful, and YOU TRY TO MAKE SURE ANYTHING YOU PUT OUT IN THE PUBLIC ARENA IS ACCURATE. And so this thing didn’t come out until after the election and ITS STILL BEING EVALUATED.


        Hillary doesn’t want to talk about the dossier, she wants to talk about that ‘other’ FBI investigation, you know the one……the investigation into Trump that the media suppressed, the investigation that didn’t rely on the Fusion PeePee Dossier in tandem with Crowdstrikes “CozyBear” cyber report to give authority for the weaponization of the CIA, FBI & DOJ…

        Marc Elias knows what opposition research is, but smartest woman EVAH got DUPED!!!. :0)

        Liked by 2 people

    • The Akh says:

      Dopler, it’s not just that. Somebody analyzed how the malware, supposedly found on the DNC servers, was compiled. It was after the Crowdstrike visit! So either their proprietary software failed to eliminate the threat….or it was planted by Crowdstrike. Remember the info in vault 7 ?

      Ill try to find the link.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Stinky-Inky says:

      Also: Farkas is connected to Alperovitch through the Atlantic Council.

      Liked by 3 people

  7. gda says:

    May I be so bold as to enquire where these 1.2 million documents which were supposed to be released yesterday have gone?

    Have they been disappeared? Or have their release been defaulted to the next working day?

    Liked by 1 person

  8. ADDgolfer says:

    Might we soon see a fuse entering the picture near the Zippo? It needn’t be lit right off.
    Awaiting the system to trug threw the swamp like molasses in January, is so bloody frustrating.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. D. Manny says:

    Look at page 6 of the dossier, the date. It says “2015.” It clearly should say “2016.”

    Is that merely a typo, or is it just a sloppy cut and paste from something created a year earlier?

    Liked by 4 people

  10. yakmaster2 says:

    Clinton/Fusion/DOJ/FBI/Dem/Obama Officials/Never-Trumpers cabal:

    “OK. Money was paid to a British Agent to pay Russians for opposition research on Trump, but how were ANY OF US supposed to know it was lies? And well, OK, we ‘knew’ Russians were meddling in our 2016 Presidential election because the media reported they were, but we BELIEVED the stuff they told the British Agent about Trump and his campaign. That’s why the FBI got involved. They BELIEVED it too. So, an investigation before and after his election was the sensible patriotic thing to do. Any reasonable person would know this and propaganda to the contrary is really just ridiculous. The Right is smearing us.”

    Does the above sum up their defense position? Or will they revert to the old didden know nuffin, didden do nuffin?

    Place your bets here.😀

    Liked by 6 people

  11. joeknuckles says:

    Ok, I’m sick of seeing people on our side fail to make the right argument when leftists claim that Obama deserves credit for the economy.

    Obama spent a trillion dollar stimulus every year.
    Obama raised the debt limit to infinity.
    Obama did QE after QE, then finally made unlimited for a period of time.
    Obama had record low interest rates through his entire presidency.
    Obama had the fed buying our debt.
    Obama’s economy was propped up artificially by all of the above.
    Obama’s economy was fake and unsustainable.

    Trump has none of the above going on.
    Trump has brought back manufacturing, lowered taxes and increased the GDP.
    Trump’s economy is real and is being built to last.

    Liked by 14 people

  12. Bob Thoms says:

    Makes me smile, bigley.😁😁😁😁

    Liked by 3 people

  13. incisor says:

    All I want to know is when are going to start seeing people doing perp walks?
    We know these asshats are up to their noses in CACA. When does law and order prevail?
    I’m sorry but at some point someone has got to do something about the fact that these lying, cheating, scum-sucking traitors are still walking around free. SO ANNOYED!

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Zephyr says:

    OH. MY. GOSH. That Cohen piece fits perfectly. What a revelation, and something that CANNOT be explained away if the search logs show the search for a “Cohen.”

    That’s why with good investigators, it’s very, very difficult for criminals to get away with crimes, because it’s these small details that they could never have imagined coming to bite them in the behind.

    It’s the Columbo solution:
    “Excuse me, ma’am, but there’s this one thing that keeps bothering me…”

    Liked by 6 people

    • MouseChop says:

      I know right, Zephyr! I totally forgot about them running the queries knowingly on the wrong “Cohen”. Not Sundance-Thank you Father God and one more Thank you Father God for Admiral Mike Rodgers for backing up all that proof.
      I’m telling ya Treepers-The battle has already been won. This battle of taking back our America is intensely real. Make no mistake, evil is starting to boil with rage. We who believe must be strong and march it out with confidence. Faith in knowing victory is ours at the end.
      Therefore: Ephesians 6:10-

      Liked by 2 people

  15. cali says:

    Cue in the weekend Hawaii issue with the false alarm that just so happen why Bill and Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin and others were also there in Hawaii! Huma was photographed but the Clintons kept a low profile and hid out in some mansion. The president also mentioned it in one of his tweets.
    After the alarm went off the white house and president was asked for permission to approve a military strike. After a couple of minutes passed and the president and his team decided ‘negative’ the political leadership called the press to false report what they did. Makes you go hmmm..!
    Another attempt to paint president Trump not caring for their safety and not taking his responsibility seriously. Was this a stunt to change the current pending MOAB/Horowitz subject in the press?

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Never Say Anything says:

    If the Russian disinformation theory is horse puckey, why was GCHQ listening in on the Trump campaign in late *2015*? Why would they be singling out Trump all the way back then when there were 3 or 4 people still in the race on the Republican side? Trump wasn’t officially named the nominee until early May of 2016.

    So in order to discount this little inconvenient fact, you have to believe one of the following:

    1) GCHQ decided to single out Trump in 2015 for no good reason. They just hated him and wanted to spy for the lolz.

    2) GCHQ and/or the American IC was spying on all the Republican candidates in 2015. There has been no evidence presented publicly that this happened, but if it did this scandal is even larger than imagined. (I’m not discounting it entirely, just saying we have no proof and likely never will since GCHQ will never answer questions. The only way we’ll find out is if there is evidence left behind of information exchanges inside our IC).

    3) The reporting that the Guardian and CNN did on the GCHQ story is fake news. It was disinformation planted by Obama insiders to retroactively cover-up their crimes (Look, guys, GCHQ started this all the way back in 2015. We were just following up on leads they gave us!). This seems doubtful because the Guardian reporters spoke with UK intelligence officials (are they in on the cover-up too?)

    Now, it must be said that the FISA statute explicitly forbids the use of foreign intelligence agencies to spy on Americans. So if it can be proven that Obama and his team instructed GCHQ to monitor an American, then they are in legal jeopardy. But from the reports I’ve seen, GCHQ wasn’t spying on Trump, they were spying on Russians who were caught talking to Trump’s team or were caught talking *among themselves* about Trump’s team.

    Don’t believe me? Well, would you believe Devin Nunes? Nunes said himself last year (during his famous trip to the Eisenhower SCIF) that all the intelligence he saw was collected legally. It concerned him that Trump’s people were being spied on “incidentally”, but there was nothing illegal about what he saw. Now, how can they spy on Trump legally without a FISA warrant? Because they weren’t targeting Trump or his team, they were monitoring foreign actors who were caught either talking to Trump’s team *or* were caught talking *among themselves* about Trump. Under section 702, this is perfectly legal and happens every day as long as minimization procedures are followed (masking names). The difference is that it doesn’t leak most of the time.

    However, “reverse targeting” is illegal. You can’t specifically pick out an innocent foreign actor knowing he talks to an American in order to spy on the real target (the American). This is forbidden under FISA. But, it doesn’t appear this is what happened. The people Trump’s team were talking to were *already* under surveillance, likely for years before the election even happened. GCHQ caught it in their normal course of operations and told the U.S.

    Therefore, the question in this fiasco isn’t 702 and incidental collection (it’s legal whether we like it or not). The questions that need to be answered are:

    1) Was the dossier (which is phony) used to obtain FISA warrants that allowed them to *target* Americans? If so, people might be going to jail.

    2) Was the FBI giving classified information to Fusion (or Hillary’s campaign) in order to damage Trump? Right now it looks pretty suspicious.

    3) Were all the 702 unmasking requests legit? The collection itself seems to be legit, but you have to provide a good reason to unmask the names. We know Trump’s people were unmasked *hundreds* of times during 2016. All of those requests need to be reviewed.

    4) The leakers. We need to know who was leaking during the transition and after Trump was in office (Mike Flynn transcript, Mexican phone call, Australian phone call, etc.) Someone on the inside was obviously trying to damage Trump, not caring one iota about the damage they were doing to U.S. national security. Perp walk those mofos.

    5) What prompted the FBI investigation in the first place? The 702 collection or something more nefarious like the dossier?

    With all of this in mind, it looks extremely likely to me that this whole thing was a Russian operation to sew doubt and chaos in the election. They hacked Hillary and the DNC to spread dirt on her (and then tried to make Trump look complicit). They tried to approach Trump’s team to entrap them (later Fusion tried to help them). They talked among themselves on open phone lines about blackmailing Trump (this is how GCHQ got involved in the first place). When Chris Steele came snooping around, they fed him ridiculous golden showers stories, etc. If they really wanted to “own” Trump, they would never be so careless and out in the open about it. They know phones are monitored and people are listening, but there they were talking about it with every western intelligence service listening.

    The whole thing was a setup by the Russians and they *wanted* to get caught. Why? Because look what happened – the MSM and the Dems have gone completely crazy. Half of the world thinks Trump is a Russian agent, which has hurt our relationship with our allies. If you wanted to concoct a plan to sew doubt and distrust in American politics, you couldn’t have concocted a better one.

    I know what 90% of you will say: “You idiot, this was all Hillary’s plan all along. It was nothing but a setup from the DNC and Fusion. Russia had nothing to do with it!” OK, if Hillary wanted to concoct a lie, why make it about Russia? Why not claim Trump was a child molester or a thief or an organized crime figure in Vegas? Why Russia of all possible “scandals” to invent?

    I have no doubt Hillary and Fusion jumped on the “Russian bandwagon” later on for their own purposes. Fusion tried to entrap Don, Jr. in Trump Tower and smear him with the dossier. That’s all true. But it makes no sense why Russia of all possible scandals. It had to come from somewhere, and I propose that it came from the Russians themselves who were purposely misleading them.


    • DanO64 says:

      Here we go again.

      Liked by 5 people

      • G. Combs says:

        “Here we go again.”

        Yup. The dis-information all follows from:
        “… Nunes said himself last year (during his famous trip to the Eisenhower SCIF) that all the intelligence he saw was collected legally. It concerned him that Trump’s people were being spied on “incidentally”, but there was nothing illegal about what he saw….”

        Except that is NOT what Nunes said!

        Nunes said it HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH RUSSIA‼️
        AND then Nunes authored an amendment to law Obama abused:

        One of these threads has the actual video with Nunes statements after coming out of the SCIF.

        GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT PLEASE OR — Never Say Anything


        • DanO64 says:

          my point. Muh Russia is a boogey man.


          • G. Combs says:

            Yes Muh Russia was the Boogey man. However Never Say Anything is trying to say Nunes said the spying on President Trump was LAWFUL WHEN IT WASN’T!

            Nunes even makes the point that the spying he saw had NOTHING to do with Russia.

            “… Significantly, the 702 program cannot be used to target any U.S. person or any person located in the U.S., whether that person is an American or a foreigner. The government is also prohibited from “reverse targeting” under 702—that is, the government cannot target a non-U.S. person outside the U.S. when the real interest is to collect the communications of a person in the U.S. or of any U.S. person, regardless of location….”

            Title III requires Federal, state and, other government officials to obtain judicial authorization for intercepting “wire, oral, and electronic” communications such as telephone conversations and e-mails. It also regulates the use and disclosure of information obtained through authorized wiretapping. 18 U.S.C. §§ 2516-18.
            An exception to the requirement that government obtain a warrant before intercepting covered communications is provided where:

            ⚫️ any investigative or law enforcement officer, specially designated by the Attorney General, the Deputy Attorney General, the Associate Attorney General, or by the principal prosecuting attorney of any State or subdivision thereof acting pursuant to a statute of that State…

            ⚫️ reasonably determines that an emergency situation exists that involves
            1. immediate danger of death or serious physical injury to any person,
            2. conspiratorial activities threatening the national security interest, or
            3. conspiratorial activities characteristic of organized crime
            that requires a wire, oral, or electronic communication to be intercepted before an order authorizing such interception can, with due diligence, be obtained, and
            there are grounds upon which an order could be entered under this chapter to authorize such interception.”

            In such an emergency situation, the Federal government may begin intercepting communications, provided “an application for an order approving the interception is made in accordance with this section within forty-eight hours after the interception has occurred, or begins to occur.” In this situation, if the warrant is ultimately denied, the intercepted communications are treated as having been obtained in violation of Title III. 18 U.S.C. § 2518(7).


    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      One reason to use Russia is pretty simple. We know that if anyone “colluded” with Russia, it was the Clintons (see: Uranium One). Trump alluded to it. Standard operating procedure for leftists is to accuse your opponent of doing what you.have done or are doing. It muddies the water splendidly and is especially easy to do when people in the DOJ and FBI are eager to help you.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Tom F says:

      Boy are we lucky that you arrived to set us straight.
      I just wish you had started posting this valuable insight sooner.
      Heavy sarc….

      Liked by 7 people

    • davideisenstadt says:

      There is no such thing as a FISA “warrant”….sorry.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Winston says:

      There is no such thing as a ex MI6 agent ,unless he is six feet under.
      You should question ALL THE ASSUMPTIONS about the cover narrative
      being sold.Intel operations always multiple levels of cover,or limited hangouts,
      to shroud their true purpose and perps.

      Liked by 3 people

    • L. Gee says:

      One very likely reason that they singled out Trump (and that you don’t mention directly) is because they knew he wasn’t in the “Good Ol’ Boys Club” (i.e., he wasn’t part of the Uniparty–and, in fact, was OPPOSED to the Uniparty).


    • yellowrosetx says:

      Splendid fantasy you have going there. Dear heart, the Russians have bigger problems/fish to fry than to focus so much time and energy on our election. Every big international player attempts to manipulate social media—China, Russia, and yes, the US. Same goes for opportunistic hacking. BUT—your transparent, egocentric attempt to convince us that poor old Hills is the victim rather than the perp is hilarious.

      Not even a “nice try” from me.

      Liked by 2 people

    • eagle931 says:

      To Never Say Anything: You said that, “Half of the world thinks Trump is a Russian agent, which has hurt our relationship with our allies.”
      I have no comment on your theory of actual Russian interference in our elections, but I do take issue with your comment above. Exactly which allies’ relationship has been endangered? If by “allies” you mean the western half of the EU, I submit to you that the damage to our relationship stems from a philosophical difference in governance between us and, say, France, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Holland. What do they all have in common? These are socialist countries with globalist perspectives of open borders and a centralized, bureaucratic mentality more akin to Command & Control.

      Under President Trump we have stepped back from joining the western European perspective of governance, so they hate him along with his supporters. The actual blow that split our relationship apart was our withdrawing from the so-called Paris Climate Treaty, not “Russian interference”, as you stated. Still, in looking over the last 12 months of Trump’s presidency what I see is clarity in foreign policy, from renewed strength with our allies in the Pacific Basin and a stronger relationship with the eastern European countries, to a results-oriented policy that has virtually destroyed ISIS; created an anti-terrorist pan-Arab alliance where none existed “ante-Trump”‘, jump-started the Palestinian issue along a more realistic track through the Jerusalem-Embassy decision, and put North Korea and Iran on the defensive.

      The point is, who cares what our western European “allies” think! They really were never our friends to begin with. They are competitors who use international treaties, standards and organizations to hamstring us in every way possible. The best examples of this were their “No” vote at the UN General Assembly on our moving the embassy to Jerusalem and their veiled threats if Pres. Trump de-certified the so-called nuclear deal with Iran. Paraphrasing Henry Morgenthau, countries have interests, not friends.

      Liked by 5 people

    • D. Manny says:

      “Why would they be singling out Trump all the way back then when there were 3 or 4 people still in the race on the Republican side? Trump wasn’t officially named the nominee until early May of 2016.”
      We already know why. Both Singer and FPGS have confirmed this….
      2015-01-01* Gay NeverTrumper GOP donor Paul Singer, major funder of the Washington Free Beacon, employs Fusion GPS to do opposition research on all GOP presidential candidates.
      “Now, it must be said that the FISA statute explicitly forbids the use of foreign intelligence agencies to spy on Americans.”
      Not true. There’s always exceptions to every rule.
      “So if it can be proven that Obama and his team instructed GCHQ to monitor an American, then they are in legal jeopardy.”
      Not true. EO# 12333.
      “With all of this in mind, it looks extremely likely to me that this whole thing was a Russian operation to sew doubt and chaos in the election.”

      This is complete conjecture. You have zero evidence to make this statement.
      Just a few discrepancies I noticed.

      Liked by 3 people

      • I agree. I believe the IC has long held a policy of purposely allowing information to be “hacked” by allied intelligence so that they can then look at it by spying in return on the allied intelligence. It’s a way to circumvent spying on Americans directly, since you’re just spying on spies who happen to have information on Americans. Just a theory, but it seems plausible to me.


    • blind no longer says:

      Never say anything- Do you work for the DNC, FBI, CIA, NSA or one of the big media corporations? Please check one of the listed choices.

      Liked by 1 person

    • WSB says:

      “With all of this in mind, it looks extremely likely to me that this whole thing was a Russian operation to sew doubt and chaos in the election. They hacked Hillary and the DNC to spread dirt on her (and then tried to make Trump look complicit). They tried to approach Trump’s team to entrap them.”

      You msy be a bit late to CTH.

      Liked by 1 person

    • grandmaintexas says:

      And this is the best they have. Today, presumably. Tomorrow, who knows?


    • recoverydotgod says:

      Fusion GPS had a project going on Trump back in 2015, why not GCHQ? Glenn Simpson was a journalist who had specialized in reporting on Russia for years. Fusion GPS had been drilling down on other parts of the world as well in their Trump Project. (read page 142-144 starting from “These memos…”)

      BTW, what’s interesting to me from Glenn Simpon’s testimony is that Mr. Steele was not the only subcontractor that Fusion GPS engaged, nor was he the only researcher.

      (from Glenn Simpson August 22, 2017 interview with the Senate Judiciary, from page 142)

      A. These memos — I mean, I guess I’d like to
      8 back up a little bit and explain, you know, what
      9 led to the memos, which was…

      (from Glenn Simpson August 22, 2017 interview with the Senate Judiciary, from page 144)
      11 found to be odd. So when this arrived, you know,
      12 we made no immediate use of it at all in terms of,
      13 you know, giving it to anybody. It was essentially
      14 used to inform our other researcher, but because it
      15 was — and because it was human source intelligence
      16 and some of it was of a personal nature, it was not
      17 particularly useful for the kind of things that
      18 are, you know, useful in politics, which are things
      19 that you can prove, things that you can say, things
      20 that people will believe.


      • G. Combs says:

        Interesting that Glen (Hi Glen!) says Fusion GPS has about a dozen employees but never mentions RUSSIAN SPEAKING, Russian expert Nellie Ohr that they hired for this project!


    • TL:DR; “Why would they be singling out Trump all the way back then when there were 3 or 4 people still in the race on the Republican side? ”

      What makes you think that Trump was the only target?


      • Never Say Anything says:

        I am just laying out what you must believe if you believe Hillary/Fusion set the whole thing up. One of the things you must believe is that Trump’s campaign wasn’t the only one being spied on. If this is true, then the scandal is much bigger than we all thought (and I am not discounting that possibility).


  17. Jeff says:

    During the Nuremberg trials NAZI collaborators claimed they were ” just doing their Jobs ” as a defense for the atrocities of the third Reich . I can’t help but see the similarities
    here as well .

    Hillary is GRASPING FOR STRAW MEN just as Obama did for 8 years

    I am also reminded of the FAKE NEWS PROJECTION to divide the nation along ETHNIC LINES during the Obama reign of terror . ” RACISM RACISM RACISM ” as a divisive commie strategy .

    WHO KNEW some guy named George Zimmerman wasn’t a WHITE JEWISH GUY shooting a poor innocent black guy named Trayvon Martin .

    Even WORSE that George Zimmerman had DATED a gal of the same ETHNICITY as Trayvon . It didn’t matter . The COMMIES had to go with what they had already done .

    Liked by 3 people

  18. PDQ says:

    This approach attempts to create distance…

    like hanging out in Hawaii…nice try…may JUSTICE be swift and sure

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Joe S says:

    The cover-up here by the small group and HRC is going to get them entangled in a lot of false statements. It is one thing to deceive the public with a narrative, but if they try that under oath to REAL INVESTIGATORS (not the kind they are used to), they will pile up a lot of perjury charges.

    “Oh what a tangled web we weave, when we practice to deceive.”

    Liked by 2 people

    • Good Job! says:

      So when did Mueller find out the FBI and DOJ personnel he appointed to the RussiaGate investigation were the same personnel who invented RussiaGAte?


      • Charlotte says:

        He knew.
        So he appointed them and said “FIX YOUR MESS SO WE GET OUT OF THIS”
        BUT they never counted on Nunes, Grassley etc and all the Treepers…


  20. Mickturn says:

    More concocted BS Fake News by the ever present Hitlery supporters. Get a clue folks, this is the normal way these clown do business. There IS NOT real news anymore! The FACT that HITLERY paid for the dossier is enough for me to know that started this whole SCAM! The FACT that the Clintoons introduced the slash and burn politics of personal destruction back in the 90’s is also damning evidence. On top of that she had the FBI files to dig dirt on all her enemies. There is a PATTERN here! LOCK HER UP, FOR GOOD!

    Liked by 2 people

  21. 4harrisonblog says:

    Outstanding post and research SD. The truth will set you free.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Mary says:

    I have had problems with the ‘Superspy’ discription attached to Christopher Steele. Since when are superspies so well known? What I found on Steele was that he was hired out of college, spent two years in USSR Russia as a ‘traveler’, and then worked in Paris. We are talking a guy in his 20’s and early 30’s. He was outed as a spy back at the turn of the century. So much for his desk job and he got a tour of duty in Afghanistan assisting special forces missions – fighting the Taliban. Super Russian spy? Doesn’t sound like James Bond to me. In 2009, he opened his own private ‘intelligence’ company. From spy to capitalist – hussler for a paycheck. He is the guy who deemed that Alexander Litvinenko was killed by the FSB by poisoning him with plutonium. That story to me merited and still merits great skepticism. Why would the FSB use plutonium? It is not exactly cheap (as in worth millions of dollars) as compared to other poisons, plus using it puts the assassin at great risk of personal contamination and death. More noteably though, it is not the FSB’s style. Most likely Litvinenko was attempting to sell the stuff on the black market and did himself in. If ‘Russians’ provided info for that dossier, more likely they would have been husslers like Steele and Simpson trying to make some money and not insiders of the FSB or Kremlin.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Cowboyneal says:

      I believe the element you meant is “polonium”, not “plutonium”.


    • thinkthinkthink says:

      Interesting connection between the Steele and Litvinenko.
      Seems he has spun more than one yarn in his time.


    • Good Job! says:

      Chris Steele is a SUPERspy indeed!
      While nibbling on scones and drinking warm beer in London he can overhear conversations on the “steps of the Kremlin” a continent away!
      While downing scotch whiskey “night caps” his amazing agents, in just two months, made insiders in the Kremlin and the Trump Campaign give up their dirty secrets and lucrative leverages! Something all the illegal “702” spying by the FBI could never find a little!



  23. DD More says:

    Yao – They forgot to turn off the system after the election.
    now focused on a computer server in Trump Tower suspected of links to Russian banks.
    And that was a CYA / DHS project.
    Alfa Bank is asking the U.S. Justice Department for help solving the mystery and pledged its full cooperation.
    Alfa wants U.S. authorities to help unmask a computer inside the United States that it believes has been used to launch cyberattacks spoofing the appearance of a backdoor communication channel between Moscow and America’s 45th president, according to a source directly familiar with the bank’s request.
    The source said the spoofing attempt is equivalent to someone in the U.S. sending an empty envelope to the Trump Towers but putting on the envelope a return address in Russia, causing the Trump server to falsely return the communication back to Moscow.

    The source cautioned it does not yet have evidence that the same activity occurred between last May through September, causing the generation of the first server pings that computer scientists reported last fall might be evidence of secret communications between Trump and Russia.

    & see the special programs @ Vault7 & 8.

    Liked by 1 person

    • That’s called an “ack attack”, where the computer is enticed into trusting a response (ACKnowledgement) to a query IT DID NOT SEND. If Trumps IT team is at least middling competent, that should never succeed.

      The router should compare the incoming ACK with the outgoing Queries and if there is no match, log the attempt and drop the connection. After a preset number of attempts an explicit alarm should be sounded to bring what has now become an ack attack to the administrators who should start fighting it immediately.

      In summary, I find it very hard to believe that this is an ack attack but is, instead, a man in the middle attack where another computer is intercepting the conversation and pretending to be the Trump machine … a somewhat more technically advanced attack.


  24. George says:

    Thank you Sundance ! Excellent work as usual !! And the “Mickey Mouse Fickle Finger of Friendship Salute” is a perfect denouement !!!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. D. Manny says:

    Even Rick Wilson is a dangling modifier, screwing up the whole narrative:

    2016-10-17 “Rick Wilson: Trump Oppo Coming That Could ‘End The Race,’ Make Even Ardent Trumpers Go ‘Whoa.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Rufus says:

    The FISA warrant approved in October 2016 was based not just on the dossier but on the supposed ALFAbank/ Trump email server communications as well. This server was registered right after the first FISA warrant was denied. And, more importantly, the DNS logs adduced for those communications are provably fraudulent. THIS IS AN IMPORTANT AND ALMOST TOTALLY OVERLOOKED ASPECT of SurveillanceGate (or whatever we’re calling it); it encompasses definite crimes and proves bad faith. It’s not a matter of being duped by the Russians. This aspect hasn’t gotten the traction it deserves. L. Jean Camp is at the center of this along with “TEA LEAVES.” Who is TEA LEAVES? There is good evidence it is April Lorenzen (although some have suggested it is Timothy Kelley, a collegue of Camp’s).


  27. Bob says:

    I’m laughing my A—– off. Watch that again and think of Jon Lovitz on SNL.


  28. D. Manny says:

    The dossier was created on two or more different computers….

    Look at pg. 11 of the dossier. It switches fonts, and the margins are wider………


    • D. Manny says:

      Now, I like to use the arial font because I have a hard time reading such small print, and the default times font gives me a headache after a while of reading it….the arial is much easier on the eyes….

      Who else wears glasses? Mary Ohr…..


  29. D. Manny says:

    Apparently, Steele never even talked to the “informants” personally. Everything was done through surrogates:

    ““I had two questions when I first read it,” Morell stated of Steele’s dossier for Fusion GPS. “One was, How did Chris talk to these sources? I have subsequently learned that he used intermediaries.”


  30. D. Manny says:

    “Let me tell you how I know the dossier was used in full or in part and then watch the backbenchers mention it. Ready? Because the Justice Department and the FBI refuses to deny it. You’re not revealing classified information by denying it. You’re not violating any rule by denying it. “Did you use the dossier in whole or in part to apply for one or more FISAs in your applications?” “No we did not.” It’s that simple.”
    Mark Levin
    (I think Mark is visiting the TreeHouse too)


  31. sundance says:

    Liked by 1 person

    • Angel Martin says:

      Since he was also flying to Prague, Maybe Michael Cohen used the same airline as Mohammed Atta !

      There are other US gov’t data sources where the “wrong” Michael Cohen could have been picked up. However, given that Jake Tapper’s “intel” sources tell him that it was a different Michael Cohen, travelling on a non-US passport with a different day and month of birth, I’m much more convinced that Sundance is right and the wrong Michael Cohen was picked up by a careless 702 query.

      I can’t wait to see that FBI 702 contractor list.

      In the bible it teaches that the wicked are caught by their own snares. And I’m sure that it will be true in this case as well.


  32. Rob Byrde says:

    Will the real Michael Cohen please stand up? So, any news as to who was the Cohen that went to Prague? And data on the other guy?


  33. Rob Byrde says:

    So can’t the investigators find out who the Michael Cohen was that visited Prague? T he real guy would have a passport.


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  35. In the immortal words of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, when a reporter ast if such-and-so were a lie: “It doesn’t matter.”

    It didn’t matter that it was a lie. She had her story and was sticking with it.

    And besides, whatever happened to Little Debbie? Ain’t heard much about her lately and she just never writers anymore.


  36. Rene says:

    Kind of bummed out right now. Just listened to first part of Dan Bongino show. He seems to be buying into the theory The Russians did it. Supposedly he got a call from someone suggesting he consider that the Russians were behind the info coming to Nellie Ohr via the ham radio. Ugh!
    Was it not obvious enough the other day that the powers that be want us to think this way. Is Bongino going to be part of this disinformation? Come on people, wake up.


    • Angel Martin says:

      i think part of the problem is that he has to go on air, even if there is no new info to talk about. So, to avoid being repetitive, you talk about an alternative theory.

      However, if 702 data was used to concoct the “Clinton GPS” dossier the audit logs will show it and all the spin in the world won’t make that go away.


  37. litenmaus says:

    Lions & tigers and bears….oh my

    Leaked emails reveal how Dataminr was pitched to foreign governments

    For those that are familiar with Beacon Global Strategies – Mike Morell, Leon Panetta, Andrew Shapiro, Jeremy Bash, Phillip Reines & Michael Allen, you might find this article holds some interesting information…


  38. hardworkingsob says:

    18 U.S. Code § 2384 – Seditious conspiracy
    If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.


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