Too Funny: Special Prosecutor Mueller Patched Together Much of His ‘Muh Russia’ Indictment from Old News Articles…

A large number of people who read the Mueller 13-person Russian Indictment released on Friday noted a transparent lack of actual substance.  Today the absence of substance turns toward the hilarious.

Much like the heavily touted sketchy 2017 Joint Analysis Report (the infamous “14 U.S. intelligence agencies report“) was really only three political intel agencies, FBI (Comey), CIA (Brennan) and ODNI (Clapper), Friday’s Russian indictment had a lot of pages and citations but in the aggregate was an assembly of nothing-burger reporting of various insignificant social media events.

Today the absurdity of the report becomes even more laughable.  As Gateway Pundit reports almost everything in the Mueller indictment was previously outlined in a Radio Free Europe report from 2015.   If that wasn’t funny enough, even the Washington Post finds the majority of the indictment was published last October in a Russian Business Magazine (RBC) article.

(WaPo) A 37-page indictment issued by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s team on Friday brings fresh American attention to one of the strangest elements of alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election: The Internet Research Agency (IRA), a state-sponsored “troll factory” in St. Petersburg.

But much of the information Mueller published on Friday about the agency’s efforts to influence the election had already been published last October — in an article by a Russian business magazine, RBC.

In a 4,500-word report titled “How the ‘troll factory’ worked the U.S. elections,” journalists Polina Rusyaeva and Andrey Zakharov offered the fullest picture yet of how the “American department” of the IRA used Facebook, Twitter and other tactics to inflame tensions ahead of the 2016 vote. The article also looked at the staffing structure of the organization and revealed details about its budget and salaries.  (read more)

So what exactly is going on here?  Is this entire narrative really just creating the illusion of something, anything, simply because something began… continued… and was really nothing.

Well, essentially, YES.

The reality of the weak-sauce structure of the indictment reflects the abject absurdity of the two-year-long enterprise known as the vast Muh-Russia’ investigation.  Essentially, a joint collaborative effort between the political intelligence community and their codependent media narrative engineers to manufacture a false premise.

Everyone should have noticed the actual missing substance from the 2016 Joint Analysis Report as it was enhanced an presented in 2017.  It was a goofy assembly of odd data labeling Russian hackers and such as planetary arch-villains.

Hillary Clinton herself started pushing it on August 26th, 2016, with Pickle’s Vast Russian Planetary Conspiracy Theorem. REMINDER:

We all laughed at the time, but where we are today is nothing more than what happens when the media, then government officials, follows the Clinton campaign’s pied piper.  Madness.

Abject absurdity.

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529 Responses to Too Funny: Special Prosecutor Mueller Patched Together Much of His ‘Muh Russia’ Indictment from Old News Articles…

  1. JohnPaulJohnes says:

    Is Mueller desperately fishing or just trolling the democrats before the IG report next month?

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    • Mr Darcy says:

      Horowitz is as dirty as the rest of ’em, so don’t expect anything from his report, whether next month or five minutes from now.

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      • JohnPaulJohnes says:

        I think it will be a bombshell.

        Looking forward to the DHS report on Trump’s desk, March 1(not sure of exact date).

        Expecting a bombshell, reliving 11-8-16 allover again, and cries from some again, this time from justice not mental anguish.

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  2. brenrod says:

    Folks should realize that the rosenstein announcement was meant to give credibility to these ludicrous and fraudulent indictments… Rosenstein knows they are fraudulent and this clearly puts Rosenstein on the black hat side for those still on the fence. I believe that sundance saw rosenstein as a white hat but I also beleive he is very wrong on that. Rosenstein, mueller and mccabe, hid the rosatom racketeering fbi investigation from congress when cifius was approving the U1 deal…. there is no possibility that any member could have approve that deal with the knowledge of that fbi racketeering investigation into the U1 purchaser…. that witholding of info was intentional and they are trying to keep their crimes from exposure now… this is why they are taking risks on the trump russian fairy tales… for them its all or nothing

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  3. Inspector Lestrade says:

    When I try to think thru what the white hats know I go back to base assumptions: (1) If the “Fab Five” are completely cooperating, and considering they were all active operatives of the conspiracy, you have to ask “What don’t the white hats know?” A hypothetical – “Mr. Strzock, on such & such date/time you met with Andrew McCabe after he met with the President and James Comey. What exactly did Mr. McCabe tell you about what the president wanted done?”

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  4. One particular person “Putin’s Chef” was on the list as of 2014. The whole thing is BS to drag attention away from the FISA, or to justify it because of Russian interference which I don’t believe happened.

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  5. trapper says:

    I suppose in a country where people must be protected from being “triggered” by any ideas they don’t agree with, where hockey fans can be banned for life from a stadium for chanting “basketball” at a black hockey player, where the race and gender of political candidates are the only pieces of information voters are expected to consider, posting “Hillary is a poopyhead” on Facebook becomes an indictable offense and constitutes an attack on the country on par with Pearl Harbor.

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  6. Well, suspicious cat thinks there is more than meets the eye in this indictment.

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  7. iFi_Might says:

    sounds like Gen. Flynn has lots of friends in the treehouse… and in the Arena 😀

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  8. dennis ward says:

    Oh those Badinovs are at it again! Where are Rocky and Bullwinkle when we need them? Give my regards to Moose and Squirrel!

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  9. Phil Costello says:

    I agree — the indictment is a joke! The more details revealed in the indictment, the more it shows how little Mueller really has. Only eight American’s actually had their identities stolen to open PayPal or bank accounts. In none of those cases was any further harm inflicted on these people. Thinking about how many REAL scams are going on all the time — many of them by foreign actors with real harm caused to people — this ridiculous indictment is exactly as Sundance describes: laughable!!!

    Mueller doesn’t even cite a statute that outlaws the so-called “election meddling” or any kind of legal standard that defines what that is.

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    • nccosmiccurmudgeon says:

      That statute may be 52 USC 30121: Contributions and donations by foreign nationals.
      There is a post on American Thinker ( https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/02/why_did_muellers_indictments_skip_over_the_most_obvious_and_pertinent_statures_that_were_violated.html ) that discusses the apparent reasons for not using this statute. In short, to continue covering for the misdeeds of the Peoples Republic and Socialist Democrat parties.

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      • PHIL COSTELLO says:

        Indeed — in fact an argument could be made that the FBI itself is guilty of that crime due to it’s payments for the dossier.

        Also, that statute is pretty specific to political “donations” or “contributions” of value. My guess is that Mueller isn’t confident enough that trolling falls within the traditional understanding of those terms, and the case law is probably pretty weak on examples where trolls have been prosecuted under that theory (read: probably zero cases). The other subsection refers to “electioneering activities,” defined as:

        (i)The term “electioneering communication” means any broadcast, cable, or satellite communication which— (I)refers to a clearly identified candidate for Federal office; (II)is made within— (III)in the case of a communication which refers to a candidate for an office other than President or Vice President, is targeted to the relevant electorate.

        ie, no mention of the Internet.

        So, I’m not sure the statute so obviously applies, and Mueller knows it. But his main goal is just to flex his muscles.

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  10. Cat Lady says:

    Get this: Sen. Grassley has written to Deripaska’s lawyers to ask about his relationship with Christopher Steele!!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5394541/Russian-oligarch-asked-linked-Trump-dossier-ex-spy.html

    Who needs extradition? Just ask the guy!!

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  11. Iamcat says:

    Everyone here knows that the only real meddling that took place in this country came from Mexico and South America. Citizens of those countries voted illegally in our election, held violent rallies, put tremendous political pressure on our politicians and the seditious democrats allowed it to happen. That is Real meddling, casting actual votes. And it is sedition!

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  12. All American Snowflake says:

    Infowars and Conservative Treehouse are the only places I go for news theses days. Too much misinformation, disinformation, and down right lies on ABCCNNNBCCBSFOXMSNBC etc, etc, etc news.

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