“The Clinton Dossier”…

Time, further questioning, and a host of inherent contradictions will eventually bring more sunlight upon the authorship of “The Dossier”.  Additionally, how it was used by the DOJ/FBI in gaining FISA-702 query and upstream data surveillance approvals, what the media calls “FISA Warrants”, is soon to reach sunlight.  It’s unavoidable.

In addition to the absurd claims debunked within the dossier, a significantly under-discussed aspect is the actual authorship.  Fusion GPS claims Christopher Steele wrote the memos which were assembled into the “Clinton Dossier”. However, there are numerous mistakes within the documents which no intelligence expert would ever make; including the repeated misspelling of the Russian “Alfa” bank.

Here’s the 35 page assembly of dated memos that media calls the “Steele Dossier”. However, Christopher Steele has never claimed authorship – and the proprietary ownership has always been Fusion-GPS.  Even John McCain had to get his copy from Fusion GPS, not Christopher Steele; so CTH calls it the “Clinton Dossier”.

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472 Responses to “The Clinton Dossier”…

  1. Howie says:

    With a dirty judge and dirty cops a warrant can be issued based upon false hearsay evidence. That is what was going on IMO. It becomes criminal when it can be proved the parties knew the hearsay was false. It seems to be a slam dunk to me. Arrests….just arrests. This is a vast criminal conspiracy.

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    • D. Manny says:

      Comey testified that he didn’t know how many illegal search and seizures the FBI conducted, but we know it was in the thousands. He didn’t need to get a warrant.

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      • Alligator Gar says:

        Oh, the “sneak and peak” warrantless b&e of your home by LEOs, well, just because? Oh, yeah, there is ABUSE in our criminal “justice” system that is rampant and glossed over, because these illegal “tools” are “needed” for “effective policing.” B.S. We do not have a 4th Amendment any longer.

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      • Good Job! says:

        Although Comey likely conspired with Bill Clinton in their “tarmac” plot to take Lynch out of the chain of authority on Hillary’s secret server his “counter” intelligence underlings may not have told him about all the illegal spying and their responsibility for the “Dossier.”

        Big question–when did Mueller discover the Dossier he was pursuing was a product of the FBI and DOJ people he invited to authenticate it?

        Or was Mueller in on it from the beginning? Or did he think his first job was to protect the reputation of CrowdStrike?

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    • WT#$##$@!!! says:

      there are ZERO arrests forthcoming.
      that would be the responsibility of swamp sessions, swamp rosenstein, and swamp wray, and i guarantee that those 3 swamp weasels will never prosecute a single significant player in the dossier, uranium one, IRS targeting, or rodham’s emails etc…
      NOT A SINGLE ONE – barry, rodham, bill, comey, lynch, holder, rice, lerner, podesta, wasserman etc etc etc
      not happening
      oh we MIGHT see a few cartoon character names to go along with “reality winner”
      (ever notice how they can’t even produce an actual photograph of stzrok and his cartoon “mistress”, just some TOTALLY photoshopped foolishness)

      there will however be plenty of ongoing alleged”investigations”, vows, and promise to get the bottom of it all…from the DOJ and the Department of Matters

      not sure how anyone looking at this critically could conclude otherwise

      those expecting actual justice, arrests or prosecution will be sorely disappointed

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      • SmellyFinger says:

        Agree. The IG report will conclude there were innocent violations of procedures and protocols. Nothing to see here. No jail. No indictments. No charges. No terminations. Everyone in the FBI will be safe. The Russia investigation will continue thru 2018. Mueller will not make a decision until he sees who controls Congress. Mueller wont go after Podesta or DEM lobbying firms either. Sorry folks, but there are dirty black hats in key positions.

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      • 1stgoblyn says:

        Remember early on in Soetoro’s admin the ‘banks too big to fail’? Well, now we have the perps too big to jail.

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    • Dossier – I feel so embarrassed for our intelligence community because the select group of individuals, including Comey, that would use this to do anything but circle file it is just sad.
      The level of ignorance is frightening and also not easy to fix. “Can’t fix stupid” Drain the swamp! Thank God for our President.

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      • Good Job! says:

        Glenn Simpson–who looks sooo trustworthy–says the memos were “field reports” taken by Steele.

        I believe this is true. Steele was in the “field”, his local pub downing warm beers when he wrote the memos on his laptop.

        It’s possible Nellie wrote the memos. Is she a Hillarybot? There is a part that only an American Hillarybot would think up. That she is sooo important Putin himself has to personally manage the hack of the DNC servers.

        BTW if the memos are true what is the DNC doing about the multiple Trump moles in the DNC?

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        • Good Job! says:

          You’re wrong if you believe 1. What we had came from /pol. 2. That I was Buzzfeed’s source. Try again, boys.

          This is McMullin’s campaign manager Rick WIlson’s tweet about the “pee” memo. 1] it implies “we” “had” the information but it did not com from 4chan. But the trollers never claimed they tricked Wilson by saying they were from 4chan. Wilson’s comment is valueless except that the claims he had the “pee” story. That means McMullin had it and Willson likely spread it around Washington.

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        • V says:

          Good Job! says: January 17, 2018 at 2:18 pm
          Glenn Simpson–who looks sooo trustworthy–says the memos were “field reports” taken by Steele. I believe this is true. Steele was in the “field”, his local pub downing warm beers when he wrote the memos on his laptop.
          ———
          Hilarious. Reminds me of W. Somerset Maugham’s short stories (Ashenden series) of his own experiences as a spy during WW1, where the German agent was sitting safely in his home in Switzerland making up and getting paid for reports “from Germany” to the British.

          I just re-read pg 1 of it – “The Traitor” – character was Gustav – and it’s sooo fitting.

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  2. Trialdog says:

    Written by lawyers at Perkins Coie.

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    • Howie says:

      The only way the criminals avoid prison now is to plead they did not know the dossier was a fabrication. That is a big mountain to climb since they themselves fabricated it.

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      • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

        Sara Carter floated that balloon for the Clinton Cabal on Saturday night Jesse Waters Fox News Show. That is when I realized sadly that Sara is with HER>>

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        • singingsoul says:

          Don’tMessWithTexas says:
          “Sara Carter floated that balloon for the Clinton Cabal on Saturday night Jesse Waters Fox News Show. That is when I realized sadly that Sara is with HER>>”
          ______________________________
          Sara Carter is a bad actress

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      • Donald says:

        The greatest area for potential abuse in the US Criminal Justice System concerns ‘probable cause’ that a crime may have been committed.
        Fourth Amendment protections prohibit ”unreasonable searches and seizures…BUT UPON probable cause, supported by OATH or AFFIRMATION….”
        What the Fourth Amendment grants so nobly and stalwartly, it takes away in the blink of an eye with an easily manufactured artifice built on ‘probable cause,’ all of which is illustrated in this case.
        Consider that Sally Yates testified before Congress (paraphrasing) that merely hearing VP Pence state on a Sunday show that Trump Team had not engaged in talks with Russian counterparts, and knowing (through surveillance of Russian Ambassador) that this was not true AND THAT IT COULD LEAD TO A POSSIBLE BLACKMAILING OF FLYNN BY RUSSIANS AND COMPROMISING OF US INTERESTS, provided the thinnist of legal, AND PLAUSUBLY DENIABLE pretexts for the Yates visit to Trump tower and further monitoring of Flynn. It was, of course, chickenshit, but NOT PROSECUTABLE!
        After perusing the Clinton Dossier, I believe that jail sentences in connection with DOJ abuses of power will come to no one, unless the investigation focuses STRICTLY on the Clinton email issue, AND her manufactured exoneration. What comes from this will be a jail sentence for Clinton ONLY– I believe, and what could be better?
        All the others will have sufficient basis to weasel out.
        The Clinton dossier is a sham and a transparent pretext, but ‘probable’ cause is as wide as the ocean!
        Dismissals and civil fines would be in order for the personnel involved.
        Holy cow! I feel that the wrath of Zeus will now be upon me!
        I, too, feel disappointed!

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        • Orville R. Bacher says:

          Malice aforethought countermands probable cause. They all acted to harm a Presidential candidate and, using your pretext, used probable cause (manufactured) as the criminal wedge to pry open the crack. Mens rea.
          Example, Comey used mens rea to claim Hillary did not have mens rea. Even though in the case of her home computer mens rea was over-ridden by statute law.

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        • Howie says:

          It is the Lawmen violating the 4th amendment…not the 4th amendment. The remedy is to prosecute the crooked lawmen.

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        • mikgen says:

          I do not agree. As I have written before Ms Yates was not logical. For the sake of argument let us accept her premise on the importance of the matter, VP Pence’s statement could only render Gen Flynn susceptible for blackmail if the VP was telling the truth. Ms Yates assumed he was but she had no way of knowing that unless all conversations between the VP and Gen Flynn also had been monitored or she had interviewed the VP and other persons with direct knowledge of the conversations. In her testimony she just stated the she had no reason to mistrust the VP. Very admirable, I am sure, but hardly enough on which to base a criminal investigation.

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          • Donald says:

            To Mikgen: Exactly!
            But remember that Yates’ first visit to the White House was a curtesy call to White House Counsel Don McGann (I misspoke above when I said Trump Tower). The first visit was to White House, but not to bring charges, rather as a friendly heads-up as to Flynn’s discrepancy and potential for blackmail.
            Flynn broke no laws, but later was ambushed in a perjury trap.

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      • Good Job! says:

        If they agree it was not a fabrication then they agree they were sending money to Russian officials for information–and they believed it.

        Better to say they knew it was fake and Steele never paid any Russians!

        BTW if in October 2016 some FBI was asking Steele to “verify” the memos does this mean there was internal dissension between the plotters and other FBI questioning the “dossier?” Which side did Comey fall on?

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    • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

      According to Mary Jacoby, her husband, Glenn Simpson with GPS wrote it. He started an earlier version of it years ago on Manafort; dusted it off when Manafort became involved in DJT campaign; and used it as the basis to amend and build upon. Nellie Ohr, Bruce Ohr’s wife, was used to assist with the Russian fabrication and Christopher Steele’s name was needed to give authority to the document from previous professional intelligence relationships.

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    • Alligator Gar says:

      Hey, wait a moment….we lawyers don’t write THAT poorly! lolz.

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    • V says:

      Trialdog says: January 17, 2018 at 6:45 am
      Written by lawyers at Perkins Coie.
      ——
      Funnyyyyy! Well, if they had a hand in writing Obama’s BC, which was just as amateur as the Dossier, you may be right.

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  3. Howie says:

    The Manafort Complaint is a….

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  4. Leslie Ingersoll says:

    The writing seems to be a part of the ’30 something’ crowd’s language vernacular.
    I remember hearing the terms, ‘tea baggers’, ‘dutch oven’ and ‘golden shower’ (and other wierd sayings) when I worked in an office in 2009 with a younger group in the 30 year age range. I had never heard those things before, and was really surprised by the nastiness of the ‘applied’ meanings. Makes me thinks of all the smarmy ’30 somethings’ in the O admin, such as
    ‘Dude’ where’s my talking point’ Tommy Vietor.
    No one I know, older that 40, doesn’t talk that way, or think that way. What a sh!thole administration O and his handlers put together. Drain the swamp, and restore our Government institutions! MAGA🇺🇸

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    • Jenny R. says:

      All of those terms have been around for a while (although tea bagger was not known outside of the male gay community), it’s just that they weren’t used out in public/polite company, so the language does make it questionable.
      Off topic: The 30and younger group has really gotten some deplorable public manners and social graces on them — the 50-40 crowd isn’t good, neither are the Boomers, but they tend to be a little bit better (probably because spanking by ones’ parents and ones’ teachers was still not off the table).
      Welcome to our future (no, Generation Z isn’t any better from what I’ve seen — a few well mannered ones but most are horrid little monsters; I don’t care if they are “conservative” or whatever…they in general are back talking, eat with their mouths open, vicious troglodytes…and I feel very sorry for the children who have been raised properly who will have to deal with them).
      Here’s a hint folks: it isn’t about “liberal” or “conservative” or whatever (although I will grant that leftism is what got this ball rolling)…it’s about raising well mannered and responsible people (that’s why people talk about how some “liberals” are ok…nah, they were just raised to not be chimps!).

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      • Angry Dumbo says:

        Well said, Jenny. Why teach your children to be civil if no other children are? Because it is our only hope. Civility is contagious, we have forgotten how to be good to one another. Teach it and it will flourish.

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      • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

        I was laid off from a job because I was too proper.

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      • ibobland08 says:

        How can anyone say Generation Z is “conservative”? The oldest memebers of that generation are in high school. Hardly anyone’s politics are completely formed before their early 20s.

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      • Risa says:

        One factor has changed radically over the years is the coarsening of our culture. Cable has brought the worst of immoral movies into our homes and rap music celebrating thugs and thuggish behavior is listened to by young people of all races.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          Please also don’t discount the epidemic rise of autism in the “impolite” or “coarse” ways of Z. In the year my son was born, 2005, 1 in 88 boys were autistic. It is up to 1 in 55 IIRC.
          These kids are going to be the new normal at the rate this is going.

          Training and a Christian home have taught my son to behave, but he still is direct. He also thinks that being “socially correct” (which he points out is the sister to “politically correct” which I have taught him is cultural Marxism) when a direct reply would be more honest is lying, which he then carefully points out is a sin. These kids don’t think like most of you on this board. They are a handful to train, discipline, and get set for life. They are also our future.

          Look at how the “autists” on The Donald and the chans have helped get information to help President Trump. My son is MAGA to the core because he can understand the underlying issues quite clearly. Pattern recognition is one of those gifts of autism that, I believe, result in these folks no wanting to “toe the line” socially. Maybe we don’t need to toe the social line any longer in this country. Maybe we need plain spoken people who are not afraid to tell the naked Emperor exactly where he can go.

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          • Deb says:

            As a former educator and mother of one autistic boy myself, I see the trend you see. It does have its advantages in certain ways, but it makes me mourn the loss of the “poetical.”

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    • Angel Martin says:

      Th US Constitution has minimum ages for Federal offices for good reason.

      They ought to be raised, along with the voting age.

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  5. My guess says:

    “at least 5 years.” Were Trump and others illegally under surveillance for years before 2016.

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  6. Angel Martin says:

    The “Clinton GPS” Dossier claims the Russians have no embarrassing or compromising material on Bill.

    Now we know its fake !

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    • AsksTooManyQuestions says:

      Yes, and when they said there’s only intercepted phone calls on Hillary, no embarrassing conduct, I thought the same thing!

      As an American, almost everything she does I find embarrassing.

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      • H.R. says:

        Verily. Anyone else recall when Hillary was found ‘campaigning’ in a bar at 9:00 in the morning and there were only a few other bar patrons?

        No embarrassing conduct, indeed.😡

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    • Chewbarkah says:

      That’s the hound dog that didn’t bark. No way the Russians don’t have pics of Bill with every type of female from stunners to Khrushchev lookalikes. And unlike Trump, Bill took the FSB’s bribes. The “dossier” makes the point repeatedly that the Russians had a file on Hillary. The Clinton’s were completely vulnerable to blackmail.

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  7. D. Manny says:

    What this point really is, it’s the point where it is revealed to the whole world whether the emperor really does have clothes or not.

    We can suspect and theorize and talk about it till we’re blue in the face that there’s a shadow government that operates outside of the law, but it is when crimes are revealed and no one pays for those crimes…well, that’s the point when everybody knows we no longer have a nation of laws…

    It’s one of those truths that — the moment it’s out in front and you know it and everybody else knows it and everybody knows everybody else knows about it — the moment you know it, it changes you forever. It’s like learning your spouse has been cheating on you. There’s just no going back to the way things were.

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    • Winston says:

      Its far worse than you could ever imagine.
      If you knew the totality you would be unable to handle it.
      Its better you digest these small morsels one at a time, this is a long
      road barely started upon.But there is no going back once you have.

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      • CirclingTheDrain says:

        I and many others are more than tired of being told “we would be unable to handle” the truth. Condescending, arrogant bullshit. And I’m pretty sure we don’t even need to imagine much – “Brave New World”, “1984”, “Enemy of the State”, …need I go on.

        The only reason this continues is that some think they are more intelligent or capable or some other bullshit than their fellow citizens. Fact: you’re not. In fact you might just be more evil.

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        • Don'tMessWithTexas says:

          It is the drip/drip theory that was created w/ Fast & Furious, Benghazi, etc. during the Hussein 8 years. Psychologically, it was identified during the OK City Bombing that the public is interested in the same story for no longer than 6 weeks–that is the span of its life to the public. Therefore, if you can drag it out bit by bit, by the time you get to the “shazam moment” nobody cares or is paying attention.
          If we learned everything at once and processed the emotion of it, we would all be lined up in the Beltway with weapons drawn demanding due process. They know this.
          Therefore, for those of us who have the time, attention, and intellect, we plod along with each morsel waiting for the end. Most people who have a busy life, with small children, busy careers, don’t have the energy, time, and attention to devote to this systematic nonsense.

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          • MGBSE says:

            …well…actually the democrats did the exact opposite of “drip, drip, drip” during the Clintons 8yrs in the whitehouse….the dems, media, hollywood & academia knew they were dealing with a profoundly corrupt & immoral couple (the Secret Service described them as the most vike, vicious & vindictive people the’d EVER encountered)…so…they reported a new “story” everyday and pretty soon the people either stopped listening or decided no one could be that corrupt…and as one Clinton apologist said on TV – with a straight face – well he’s so likable because he’s such a good liar.

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            • glissmeister says:

              In a broader context (and somewhat OT) have you pondered the RICO syndicalism and insider dealings inherent in organized collusion to manufacture and manipulate political controversy to increase ratings and advertising revenue, and to make more necessary and more expensive the purchase of political advertising to mitigate the damages caused by media profiteering by means of self-serving false narratives? I am all for 1A protections, but what should be done when, with guilty knowledge, media entities sell content as “true fact” who knew or should have known it is false, misleading, and perhaps unconscionably distorted? What do we call acts of commerce that willfully mislead with predatory malice to pursue, promulgate and profiteer from narratives they know to be false, while unreasonably withholding the material fact of its falseness?

              Conducting commerce by use of deceptive acts, misleading and unconscionable practices is an old and common problem in commerce of every type. They all have 1A protections too, yet the use of speech to facilitate the monetization of deceptive, misleading and unconscionable practices generally unlawful.

              The media we complain of is just another business engaged in commerce. There is nothing special about this corporate species.

              They productize and sell content to consumers. There is a theory of implied warranty to consider when Consumers are being systematically defrauded of correct and reasonable reporting; besieged by willfully promulgated falsehoods and distortions and then encouraged by the Suppliers to purchase or otherwise consume more of Supplier’s product to ‘cure’ the deficits created by a Supplier’s calculated and willful profiteering by promulgation of such distortion and demonstrably unconscionable falseness.

              I suspect the monetization of distortion and falsehood is already illegal. It’s not the speech, but it’s monetization and inherent syndicalism involved in any conspiracy to monetize to a particular purpose false and willfully misleading information intending to both deceive and to convert deception into proprietary gains and enrichment for the syndicate interests promulgating the same.

              As we pray PDJT continues to win in the great task of draining the swamp, we should contemplate the matter of “information as commerce” and the degree to which consumers have been denied appropriate protection and Suppliers have been allowed to conduct a form of syndicalism that unconscionably enriched a few at the expense of many as evidenced by the crises we see before us today.

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        • Winston says:

          You maybe able to handle, most can’t.
          That’s my personal experience from trying to tell people the truth.
          They shut off and retreat into cognitive dis.Its too painful.
          We already live in an amalgam of 1984/Brave New World/the Truman show.
          Our lives and most everything we were taught is lie.
          You sure you can handle the truth ?
          If you could you would already probably have found it, its hidden in plain sight.
          You just have to look with un-blinkered eyes though.
          Calling me evil means just maybe you’re getting a glimpse,its easier to hate the
          messenger than the message.It repeats thru’ history.

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          • D. Manny says:

            I think he’s saying, “Since you’re the guy that holds the corner market on all truth, how come you’re not the guy running the show?”

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            • Winston says:

              I’m not a psychopath, the ones running our reality show are.
              The truly scare thing to me, is their tendencies are are trickling down into the
              general population.The real owners, not the puppets and paid help we see, are
              monsters of an order its hard to describe.I’ve met a few of them
              and I have never felt clean since.Their names would mean nothing to you,
              and I have no wish to be suicided, thank you, by naming them here.
              I pray for Sundance’s safety because human life means nothing to them,they look
              human, but share no other traits with us at all.Makes you want to believe in Lizard people,
              but they aren’t Lizards sadly.

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          • dannz says:

            Social critic Neil Postman contrasted the worlds of Nineteen Eighty-Four and Brave New World in the foreword of his 1985 book Amusing Ourselves to Death. He writes:

            What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egotism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance. Orwell feared we would become a captive culture. Huxley feared we would become a trivial culture, preoccupied with some equivalent of the feelies, the orgy porgy, and the centrifugal bumblepuppy. As Huxley remarked in Brave New World Revisited, the civil libertariansand rationalists who are ever on the alert to oppose tyranny “failed to take into account man’s almost infinite appetite for distractions.” In 1984, Postman added, people are controlled by inflicting pain. In Brave New World, they are controlled by inflicting pleasure. In short, Orwell feared that what we fear will ruin us. Huxley feared that our desire will ruin us.

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          • Alligator Gar says:

            I have surmised that “reality” is more like The Matrix. It would not surprise me in the least to wake up and find “reality” is a hologram and we are being used by whoever controls this planet. In my Christianity, it is the powers, principalities and rulers of the darkness of this world that control human civilization at this time–evil, in other words, whether “alien” or demonic, the result is the same for humanity.

            Humanity. The battery that keeps going and going and going……

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            • Mike Pitzler says:

              Actually, It’s our own natural corruptions, the log in our eye we must confess: The heart is deceitful above all things, and it is exceedingly corrupt: who can know it? (Jer. 17:9 ASV) If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father who is in heaven give good things to them that ask him? (Matt. 7:11 ASV) We must cry out to God.

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            • Winston says:

              It was far more than just a film, for some reason the psychopaths code is
              anything is fair, provided they warn us first.I’ve read its the Satanic mantra,
              I have no idea if that’s true.
              Orwell was not really warning about the future if you read him carefully.
              His warning about he who controls the past, is a give away.Past is
              prologue for present and the future,Like Animal Farm that had
              to be a fairy tale to get published, you need to understand what could
              get published in 1948.
              Spying is the worlds second oldest profession.
              “History is a set of lies agreed upon”.Napoleon Bonaparte.
              True in his day,and still true today.
              .

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          • SmellyFinger says:

            Please don’t tell me the Earth is flat and we live in a simulation….

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        • MGBSE says:

          …”they” – whomever they are – may be intentionally dragging everything out so all statutes of limitations run…the truth of the profound corruption & treason by Obama, clinton and their minions will be reported, but no arrests will be made because they can NOT be made (think Clinton raping broderick and Sesame Street pedophile Elmo puppeteer raping children).

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  8. Jimbrown says:

    The objective of the dossier was the first line to lay the groundwork that there was a connection between Trump and Russia when there was none.

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    • FrenchNail says:

      Yes, that the definition of the “Insurance Policy”. They wanted to draft the material necessary to a SC to investigate and open the door to impeachment and removal from office.

      So far they are well on their way. Not as easily and freely as planned but on their way nonetheless. Muller is still in place, untouched and investigating.

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    • Just Beachy says:

      I agree, also keep in mind it was cobbled together AFTER the FBI/Fusion knew Rogers was on to their illegal 702(17) About Queries and put a stop to it. They needed to quickly figure out a way to invent an “investigation”, make it legal and get the necessary FISA approval. So, while it was the first line to lay groundwork for a connection to Russia, the whole dossier was written by Simpson and Jacoby as a CYA document for the illegal spying. These people were not worried about Russia, they were worried about GOING TO JAIL.

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  9. AsksTooManyQuestions says:

    They admit Trump’s not taken any of the Kremlin deals, but say he’s “accepted a regular flow of intelligence from the Kremlin” on his Democratic challengers. What does mean??? He didn’t cover his ears and say “I can’t hear you!” or block them on FaceBook or Twitter????

    If that’s the worst they got, it’s pretty pathetic! No wonder they wanted to keep the dossier secret. Anyone who reads it can only laugh!

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    • Shadrach says:

      Seriously. The thing is ridiculous. Not to mention anyone Trump’s age knows the KGB regularly hot-mike hotel rooms. Even I know that. Good grief. Gee….I’m a billionaire real estate guy from the US with a security team. Wonder if the KGB/FSB will be spying on me….? Rolled eyes. It reads as unbelievable as one of those cheap spy books by a no-name author you pick up at the airport when you’re desperate for something to read.

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  10. trapper says:

    Question: does anyone know whose copy this was / who did the highlighting?

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  11. WVNed says:

    Why does the dossier have the name Bill crossed out and Trump written in in crayon?

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  12. Let’s see, arming the Ukrainians, pushing back on Syria and North Korea… if they’re blackmailing him they’re not doing it right!

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  13. zephyrbreeze says:

    Mark Levin gives some insights into the dossier scandal.

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  14. Aubergine says:

    What this so-called “dossier” looks like to me is a lot of copy/paste, from many documents into one.

    That would be why sentences don’t make sense, and paragraphs are so dis-jointed. The “compiler” was getting information from a few writers, and pasting it together. That would also explain the British-then-English spellings for the same words. They put it all together, but they didn’t proofread it very well. This compiler was most likely Glenn Simpson, as his wife told us on Facebook.

    So, how this information was transmitted to the “compiler” is important. I doubt all of it went through ham radio. Was it emailed? Could that be part of the information that Nunes saw? Pieces of the false dossier in emails of Christopher Steele, Clinton, Nellie Ohr, Ben Rhodes, etc.?

    P.S. I hope Bruce Ohr is singing like a canary, but I fear that his testimony was delayed so 702 would pass.

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    • G. Combs says:

      A former spook told me the ham radio is only used for the Where and When of an information drop and NOT for passing info. (He had experience chasing a spy using Ham and never caught him.)

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    • ARW says:

      The dossier reads like a DNC press release…it covers all the bases. It’s also trying too hard to sound objective on very subjective ideas/issues/events/etc. It doesn’t read as a professional beaurocratic spy work product.

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  15. Lburg says:

    Interesting that page 6 of the dossier (dated July 2015) references 2016 ‘discoveries’ (#3 on page 5).

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  16. doverthere says:

    I’ve always thought that Ben Rhodes was one of the authors.

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    • Just Beachy says:

      Me too. I think Ben got involved after Hillary lost. Maybe not the dossier specifically, but the “narrative.” The whole fantasy (his specialty, btw) was then pushed forward to go for unseating a duly elected President.

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  17. TrumpFanFLA says:

    Just stopping by to say THANK YOU to Sundance & the DaveNYviii gentlemen for all of those twitter threads & WP-posts explaining for us dullards the intricacies of the crimes that have been going on behind the scenes! It obviously must take an enormous amount of time & analyzing to state the facts point by point (& w/great photos/links/documents attached). It was a fantastic idea whoever did the first “twitter thread” like that months ago. Very impressive! There’s a whole library of them by now!

    To add some humor to the seriousness of the situation, I must confess that EVERY time I see the words “THE BIG UGLY,” I always think of Rodney Dangerfield & his “I’m so ugly” jokes, lol. If you’re an over-the-hill boomer you may also remember those jokes. So here ya go as a memento… 😀 & let’s hope 2018 is the year The {real} Big Ugly is blown wide open & all crooks end up in “Alcatraz” {Gitmo will do}!

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  18. Brant says:

    This thing looks so much like a 5th grade term paper. I know it was supposed to be on the sly and not on official type paper, but is this what all the intruigy things look like?

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  19. Bendix says:

    That “intelligence” report contains zero intelligence.
    The first paragraph contains such broad terms, with nothing to back them, as to be completely devoid of meaning. Just words on a page.
    Then when one reads further, still no explanation of what the hell they are talking about. Just vague suggestions and innuendo.
    If Donald Trump had “accepted” information from any Russians, then he would be guilty of accepting information. Which is not a crime.
    The actual authorship of that ‘dossier’, it seems to me it had to be written by some boy-man in his twenties. It is so foolish, so utterly and outstandingly dumb and silly, no true adult could have done it.
    I’m thinking back once again, to seeing once respectable newswoman Judy Woodruff, insisting to some guest on PBS, that the “assessment” of “all 17 intelligence agencies” (which didn’t happen) carried weight.
    How do people like her live with themselves? Did she READ the thing before she vouched for it?
    Just venting. I have a lot of anger at the people who went along with this charade, even passing along the latest MSM talking points (“with so much smoke, there must be a fire”) as if they said something wise.
    God bless you, Sundance.
    I was going to say you were one person dragging the entirety of the MSM that isn’t absolutely corrupt toward the light, but that isn’t true. We are with you, and there are more of us than anyone thinks.

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  20. Mike says:

    The HRC email coverup investigation proved that “some” in the FBI/Justice would conceal evidence, for political reasons. (You cannot read the first FBI 302s released by the FBI website and not see this) It appears the Trump “investigation” proves “some” in the FBI/Justice will manufacture evidence. As retired LE I never thought I would see this. I “had” the highest respect for FBI rank and file. No more, their silence is deafening.

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    • V says:

      Oh, great. I was hoping someone from LE would appear and here you are. Do you have any experience with this sort of thing? Can you look at this video* of Rod Rosenstein and see if Gatewaypundit is correct re signs of sniffing?

      “Rod Rosenstein – At Rosenstein’s recent testimony in front of the House he showed how truly creepy he is. He answered nothing and constantly sniffed his nose like a cocaine addict. He was involved in the Russia coverup at the time of the sale of Uranium One and he and Mueller have been accused of abusing ‘Secrecy Powers’ in hiding information about the Trump investigation from Congress for months.”
      http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/386625/

      *Video: Dec 13, 2017


      Deputy AG Rosenstein testifies before House Judiciary Committee (1/2)

      57:07 Rep Jordan – good questions and what looks like lots of sniffing by RR
      (I watched from the beginning and skipped to various speakers asking him questions. Saw lots of bobbing up and down, gleeful smiling and sniffing like he has a cold.)

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      • Mike says:

        I would not try to analyze whether he’s telling the truth based on watching him sniff on a video. ANY FEDERAL AGENT OR US ATTORNEY WHO READ THE FIRST 302s RELEASED BY THE FBI HAS TO SEE THE HRC email INVESTIGATION WAS DONE TO PROTECT HRC. No search warrants, ridicules immunity given to people for no possible reason other than them covering up evidence. HRC, Mills, Abedin lied to the FBI. Letting potential co-conspirators have the same legal representation, etc, etc. IT MAKES ME SICK! There is no way Rosenstein, in his position would not know this. The 702 violations, the dossier have yet to be proven, but the FBI 302s are right there for everyone to see. When Comey said HRC was treated like any other citizen that was a BIG FAT LIE!

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        • V says:

          Tks for replying. I mean not with regard to whether he’s telling the truth. I mean with regard to are you experienced in telling whether a person is a c……. addict.

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          • Mike says:

            If you mean cocaine addict, I worked in a Drug Task Force for nine years. Still hard to analyze on video. I would seriously doubt he could hide drug use, but until a year ago I would not believe the FBI could be politically corrupted.

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            • V says:

              I’ve not been around druggies, but someone once told me the person at a cafe table close to us was a c…. addict by the way she was inhaling, sort of sniffing, continuously as she spoke. I remember looking closely at her behavior and was trying to compare it to RR’s in the video. There is a striking similarity, but I wondered if more experienced people like you would know.

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              • I could have been something else. No way to tell from a video.

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                • V says:

                  I looked especially at the times when people like Jordan and other Republicans were questioning him, when he’d be under more stress than when Dems were. Seemed like a lot of in-sniffing within a sentence, not normal breathing.

                  But anyway, by now his barber and his manicurist have probably been contacted for hair and nail clippings for conclusive tests.

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            • V says:

              And in the 5-17-17 intercept (the day Mueller was appointed Special Counsel by RR) of a top FBI official’s computer, the first line is fascinating. Does RR take no shit (from AG Sessions?) because “our friends have stuff on him”? I.e. RR does as he is told by the Clintons/deepstate?

              The rest of the intercept can be seen here:
              http://allnewspipeline.com/Smoking_Gun_Deep_State_Private_Chat.php

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  21. stylin19 says:

    “Even John McCain had to get his copy from Fusion GPS, not Christopher Steele; so CTH calls it the “Clinton Dossier”.”

    Simpson doesn’t mention anything about ownership in his testimony.

    However, his NYTimes OPED is a different story.
    He doesn’t make it sound like Fusion has ownership. It’s oddly stated.

    “After the election, Mr. Steele decided to share his intelligence with Senator John McCain via an emissary. We helped him do that.”

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    • Mickey Wasp says:

      At the time the only people known to have had a complete copy of the dossier are McCain, Kramer, and BuzzFeed reporter Ken Bensiner, who claimed to have received his copy from a “source” in late December of last year.

      Kramer, serves at the McCain Institute, has been identified as major player in the passing of the document. Also, word is that Kramer, is reportedly “avoiding service” of a subpoena to testify in a defamation lawsuit involving the Fusion GPS dossier published by BuzzFeed.

      Attorneys representing Russian tech representative Aleksej Gubarev, who was identified as an agent of his government in the dossier, are seeking his testimony in their defamation lawsuit against BuzzFeed, which published the dossier. Kramer’s testimony would likely shed enormous light upon how the online news outlet obtained the documents, as well as McCain’s role in its funding and creation.

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  22. D. Manny says:

    Why did the FBI deliver Mueller’s warrant to Steve Bannon? Why not the US Marshalls? The FBI/Mueller relationship is a little too cozy…..

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-17/fbi-agents-delivered-mueller-subpoena-steve-bannons-home

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  23. C4T says:

    I’m a patient person but all this talk about big news coming on a daily basis is almost annoying. I pray this isn’t an Al Capones vault type deal. We wait we wait and then nothing. However I’m grateful for all the hard work done by so many on here. I just hope the truth comes to light.

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    • D. Manny says:

      We already have a crime. We’re just looking for the perp(s) now.

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    • Sharon says:

      The truth can come to light without being followed by convictions. Evidence about crimes does not necessarily result in consequences for criminals. Speculation and hoping and being patient have no direct impact on actual events and outcomes. It saves a lot of stress (for me, at least) to accept that and, as a result, simply wait and see what happens.

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  24. 4sure says:

    Anyone w/a brain not screwed up by hatred for Trump or this country could immediately see after the first page or less of the dossier that it was utter HS level BS. That 32 page roll of toilet paper should have been flushed down the shithole.

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  25. Prof. Woland says:

    Actually, I think we need to call it the:

    Obama Dossier

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  26. Mickey Wasp says:

    The Mystery is McCain who’s story keeps changing. But what it looks like is that McCain contracted Steele’s services for some credible fiction. Think about it… Why would Andrew Wood seek out McCain to tell him about an alleged Russian Blackmail against Trump especially since this document had already been circulated to the FBI in Rome. Same document two FBI locations.

    Try this story… Mccain was contacted by the anybody but Trump via Romney to solicit assist from British Intelligence associated with Tony Blair. McCain new them from the Iraq war. McCain has a trusted emissary handle the money to Steele. That money went through Andrew Wood. He was a diplomat and can move large amounts of case in and out of Britain. Once the document was ready McCain was notified and sent his third party bag man, David Kramer, to get the document. There was no reason to go there except to exchange money.

    I have encrypted email that nobody can break. I can send documents anywhere. But this money had to be cash and could not be traced. John McCain wasn’t dealing in bitcoins.

    What happened was there was a slip up. McCain got the document and planted it on James Comey of the FBI. BUT that same document had already been received by FBI Rome under different circumstances. The FBI may in fact be building a case against McCain. The cover stories the leaks, they may all be leading to a McCain conviction.

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  27. G. Combs says:

    I am going to AGAIN post this, only this time at the end of the comments:

    Sessions FIRED Rosie’s Rump. It was President Trump who refused his ‘resignation’

    “…“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….” link

    And from what I heard recently from a lawyer who has had to deal with Rosenstein, he is NFG!!! The guy could not understand why President Trump kept him on.

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  28. Fan of the original Federalist and the newspaper he started says:

    John Crudele NY POST is nibbling at the edges in a story just posted today – “DOMEX” learn the name

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  29. Wondering but not wonderful says:

    Query – is the shutdown part of the strategy to kill players in the deep state from being “around” when the perp walks happen – so they can get arrested at their homes instead of inside main Justice?

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  30. mole says:

    Deep state at work – Justice Dept employees asked to show up to work on Monday even if there is a shut down – don’t know if it is department wide. This is a departure from years past

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  31. kriseton says:

    Not sure if this was mentioned this morning, but Daily Caller just posted a story that more or less confirms to me what has been presented in this blog: The FBI wrote the dossier, not Christopher Steele. In the latest version of events, it is stated that an FBI agent met in Europe with Steele in October 2016 and gave him the name of Papadapolous. This confirms the theory presented here….FBI wrote it. Now I want to know: who was this FBI agent? http://dailycaller.com/2018/01/17/report-fbi-agent-shared-russia-probe-information-with-christopher-steele/

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  32. D. Manny says:

    As we discuss this issue, I think it’s paramount to note often and loudly that this is the only investigation in the history of the US that was conducted without there being any crime committed……

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  33. susanphd says:

    Great rant by Mark levin!

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  34. LibertyONE says:

    You need NOT read the entire 35 pages of this hearsay, double hearsay , triple hearsay BS “propaganda”dossier” After reading the first sentence, just insert the name Obama / Hitlery where the presidents name appears i.e. ” The Russian Regime & the Muslim Brotherhood has been cultivating , supporting and assisting Obama/Hitlery for the past 8 years. One of the crimes is that the FBI/DOJ RELIED on 35 pages that I would use as toilet paper!!!!

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  35. The Akh says:

    Steele was a dupe in all of this! He was set up to create the dossier! He was an unwitting dupe in the attempt to launder the unlawful intel gathered on Trump via NSA 702. Reports just came out that an ex-FBI agent name dropped Papadopoulos to Steele. Was the odd bar room meeting between Papadopoulos and the Australian diplomat, that supposedly was a factor in the genesis of the Russia probe, just coincidence? My spidey senses are tingling! Guess what, the Australian diplomat just so happens to have ties to the global uranium market and U1! I’m not kidding! There are others mentioned in the dossier that have direct ties back to Fusion-GSP too. Are you kidding me? That’s why Steele is being questioned again to explain discrepancies. He didn’t lie, he was just played.

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  36. Johnny Bravo says:

    What, (as SD would say), an absolute load of Horse Pucky

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    • Johnny Bravo says:

      No wonder, no one wants to claim it as theirs.

      I’ve read better fiction written by 13 year olds than this. And don’t get me started on how much more interesting they are! 🤪😂🤣😆

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  37. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    This all started when Donald Trump asked for some Russian dressing for his salad. That’s why he doesn’t eat salad anymore.

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  38. WVNed says:

    I bet Anthony Weiner wrote it. He has experience in that stuff.

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  39. Alpha used here “The short version is that the piece revolves around the non-smoking gun of a hotel server tied to Trump’s hotel, which, according to records from a DNS provider (a sort of directory service), made repeated contacts with Alpha Bank, a financial outfit tied to the Kremlin.

    Foer casts this as a conspiracy. But security researcher Robert Graham destroys the theory, revealing that the server belongs to some affiliate marketing company that appears to be sending spam to people affiliated with Alpha Bank (executives from the bank likely stayed at one of Trump’s properties at some point, resulting in the spam message).” http://fortune.com/2016/11/01/donald-trump-russia-secret-server/

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  40. Muthaucker says:

    The letter A is spelled phonetically, Alfa. Most military people know the difference between Alfa and Alpha. One (Alfa) refers to the English letter A, and one (alpha) refers to the Greek letter A.

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  41. In reviewing the documents of the dossier, above, it strikes me that the vast majority of the reported attempts to influence President Trump met with failure. There are multiple notes that Trump has rejected the financial inducements contained in the real estate deals. There are notes that attempts at cyber spying have been largely ineffective. The only thing reported with confidence is the existence of a Kremlin file on Hillary Clinton started at the time of her husband’s presidency. Yet, all the press reports is Putin’s control of Trump. If this is not evidence of the Press’ lack of journalistic integrity I don’t know what is.

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  42. My take on this. Someone who has dealt with the Greek banking sector got confused!

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  43. fakenoozisforfools says:

    Vladimir Putin FEARED Hillary Clinton? Don’t make me laugh. This dossier is as phony as the documents cooked up by Dan Rather and Mary Mapes on GW Bush’s TANG service back in 2004. I’ve never seen anything remotely resembling the type of work this dossier is supposed to represent, but even I can see it is a complete figment of somebody’s fevered imagination. Ben Rhodes is a failed novelist. Perhaps it’s something he cranked out one night in a fit of drunken stupor.

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  44. hardworkingsob says:

    Enjoy …”Fight on you magnificent bastard” (said with great reverence)

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  45. Buckeye Ken says:

    Sara Carter reports FBI Interviewed Sidney Blumenthal in relationship to the Clinton Dossier. Aware Carter’s true motives are in question here at CTH, but interesting nonetheless.
    https://saraacarter.com/2018/01/18/hillary-clinton-confidant-was-interviewed-by-fbi-in-connection-to-the-salacious-dossier/

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  46. bill says:

    Fusion GPS
    Fusion= a coming together
    GPS= Government Private Sector
    Put them together= A coming together of Government and the Private Sector.

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