The Washington Post (CIA) is Very Worried About The Big Russia Lie Being Exposed….

The media PR firm for the FBI and DOJ objectives is the New York Times.  The media PR firm for the State Department is CNN.  The media PR firm for the CIA is The Washington Post.  This pattern has existed for several years.

The Washington Post is very concerned about a growing possibility the investigation into the origin of intelligence community work may expose the fraudulent nature of the entire ‘Russian Election Interference Collusion-Conspiracy‘ narrative.  Very concerned.

The WaPo/CIA express concern by stating that President Trump is attempting to “rewrite history”; disingenuously skipping the part where Trump isn’t attempting anything.  For more than three years President Trump has simply pointed out the obvious. It is is the media and the intelligence apparatus that set up a fictitious narrative for political needs.

WASHINGTON POST – […] As his reelection campaign intensifies, Trump is using the powers of his office to manipulate the facts and settle the score. Advisers say the president is determined to protect his associates ensnared in the expansive Russia investigation, punish the prosecutors and investigators he believes betrayed him, and convince the public that the probe was exactly as he sees it: an illegal witch hunt.

[…] Last week alone, Trump called the Russia investigation “tainted,” “dirty,” “rotten,” “illegal,” “phony,” a “disgrace,” a “shakedown,” a “scam,” “a fixed hoax” and “the biggest political crime in American History, by far.”

He argued that the probe into Russian election interference was based on false pretenses, despite a recent report from the Justice Department’s inspector general stating the opposite even as it criticized the FBI’s surveillance of a former Trump campaign aide. And he claimed, again without evidence, that Mueller, a former FBI director regarded for his precision with facts, lied to Congress — which happens to be one of the charges Stone was convicted of by a jury last November. (read more)

The Washington Post/CIA are very worried about where John Durham’s investigation is going. Simultaneously they are worried about President Trump being proven right (he was); and by extension the entirety of the media narrative around Russia will be shown as a political effort by the U.S. intelligence apparatus (it was). This is the real motive for their current defensive narrative.

CTH has previously outlined how the December 29th, 2016, Joint Analysis Report (JAR) on Russia Cyber Activity was a quickly compiled bunch of nonsense about Russian hacking; assembled in the aftermath of the November election to undermine the incoming administration.

The JAR was followed a week later by the January 7th, 2017, Intelligence Community Assessment. The ICA took the ridiculous construct of the JAR and then overlaid a political narrative that Russia was trying to help Donald Trump.  In its most essential form the ICA was the justification for “Spygate” ie. Crossfire Hurricane and all of the preceding intelligence surveillance upon the Trump campaign.  Intel ass-covering on steroids.

The ICA was the brain-trust of John Brennan, James Clapper and James Comey. While the majority of content was from the CIA, some of the content within the ICA was written by FBI Agent Peter Strzok who held a unique “insurance policy” interest in how the report could be utilized in 2017. NSA Director Mike Rogers would not sign up to the “high confidence” claims, likely because he saw through the political motives of the report.

(JUNE 2019 – New York Times) […] Mr. Barr wants to know more about the C.I.A. sources who helped inform its understanding of the details of the Russian interference campaign, an official has said. He also wants to better understand the intelligence that flowed from the C.I.A. to the F.B.I. in the summer of 2016.

During the final weeks of the Obama administration, the intelligence community released a declassified assessment that concluded that Mr. Putin ordered an influence campaign that “aspired to help” Mr. Trump’s electoral chances by damaging Mrs. Clinton’s. The C.I.A. and the F.B.I. reported they had high confidence in the conclusion. The National Security Agency, which conducts electronic surveillance, had a moderate degree of confidence. (read more)

Questioning the construct of the ICA is a smart direction to take for a Durham review or investigation. By looking at the intelligence community work-product, Durham could cut through a lot of the chatter and get to the heart of the intelligence motives.

Apparently, if media reports are to be believed, John Durham is looking into just this aspect: Was the ICA document a politically engineered report stemming from within a corrupt intelligence network?

The importance of that question is rather large. All of the downstream claims about Russian activity, including the Russian indictments promoted by Rosenstein and the Mueller team, are centered around origination claims of illicit Russian activity outlined in the ICA.

If the ICA is a false political document…. then guess what?

Yep, the entire narrative from the JAR and ICA is part of a big fraud. [Which it is]

(Read ICA via pdf)

When you understand this operation, you understand exactly why actors within the DOJ, FBI and Intelligence Community needed to throw a bag over Julian Assange.

Assange would have exposed a complicit conspiracy between corrupt U.S. intelligence actors and a host of political interests who created a fraudulent Russia-collusion conspiracy with the central component of Russia “hacking” the DNC.

If Assange were not controlled he might show he received the DNC emails from a leaker, and not from a hack, the central component of the Russia interference narrative would collapse. The DOJ decision to target Assange protected multiple U.S. agencies and Robert Mueller.

As soon as Robert Mueller was going to release his Russia report, the EDVA shut down Assange with the DOJ indictment; in a similar way the same DOJ shut down James Wolfe with a weak plea agreement.

What took place then, and where we are now, is all connected to the original decisions by corrupt government officials.

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240 Responses to The Washington Post (CIA) is Very Worried About The Big Russia Lie Being Exposed….

  1. GTOGUY says:

    One of the most important things to know about Spygate is that Mike Rogers (NSA Director) knew all about the “about queries” by CIA and FBI contractors. He went to Trump Tower shortly after the election and told Trump what had been going on with surveillance abuses. The next day, Trump moved his transition team to Bedminster NJ. Right after that he made his Twitter feed blow up with the tweet about being wiretapped by Obama. Strange…NO? Now we have Durham and Company looking into all of this. I’m getting the popcorn ready.

    Liked by 16 people

    • Chump Change says:

      When the bodies start hitting the floor wake me up…until then, the deep state rules while Durham drools.

      Liked by 8 people

      • clive hoskin says:

        Unless something drastic happens,it might be a good idea to stock up on fire-arms and ammo because I don’t see anyone in FBI,DOJ,CIA or anybody else who are going to put these perps in the slammer any time soon.This has gone on for 3 plus years and your no closer to justice than you were at the start of Trumps Presidency.

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    • G. Alistar says:

      And….Rogers was ostracized by all sorts of key Obama Administration officials who urged that he be fired. Remember?

      Liked by 5 people

  2. AJ. says:

    AARON MATÉ of the Nation debunked the Russia hoax a while ago and earned a journalism award for his work. No, there was no Russia hacking, nor was there even an Russia sponsored meddling. But that’s the narrative even our best GOP reps are sticking with for some reason…

    Liked by 8 people

    • AJ. says:

      Aaron Mate’

      He’s a progressive truth teller/Bernie supporter like Jimmy Dore. They loathe the democratic est.

      Liked by 7 people

    • hokkoda says:

      It’s all about the triggers. A lot of the GOP reps are sticking to the story because the trust the source of the story. Everyone needs to remember that nobody really questions this stuff coming out of the IC. If a few of the just-right people say it is so, then it is so.

      Downstream of these IC work products are a lot of people who are not breaking the law or trying to overthrow a democratic election. They’re just blindly following the work processes that flow from the ICA. Suddenly, 2/3 of D.C. is running around looking for Trump/Russia interactions under every rock. And, of course, there are big rewards for “finding” those interactions like Saving The Republic from a Russian Agent (Trump). And, you get to be a Certified Hero of the Resistance.

      It doesn’t take a lot of people to pull the trigger…just a few. I peg the number at around 10 who really knew what was being done. Brennan, Clapper, Yates, Rice, Obama, Comey, Strzok, McCabe, Page, Ohr….maybe 5-10 more total…FBI/DOJ types like Weissman, Pientka, etc. I doubt even Clinton knew what was being done as she took a month or two just to sober up.

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      • Judith says:

        Clinton knew enough to worry they would all be “hanging by nooses” should she lose to Donald Trump. Seems these TREASONOUS CO-CONSPIRATORS had a lot at stake in the 2016 election.

        They therefore dug themselves in deeper and deeper, not only due to their obvious fear and loathing of our duly elected President but, most importantly, to cover up their own Capital crimes.

        And the media helped them throughout, so I guess they’re all-in on the New World Order, too. But now the curtain is pulled and we see a very exposed and desperate Wizard at the levers. Oh.. and mini mike and his token black pussyhat are next in their line-up. How mind numbingly sad ..and sooo predictable.

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        • hokkoda says:

          Probably not an ideal comparison, but we have to be on guard against a Warren Commission type of report which offered bizarre and contradictory conclusions papered over with mountains of security classifications. There is going to have to be a reckoning that comes in the form of widespread, immediate, declassification of documents. The only way out of this mess is to just release everything they’ve got, regardless of the owning agency or the standard excuse “sources and methods”. Sources and methods was the excuse for blocking the Nunes Memo, for example. I still remember laughing out loud when I read it because it contained absolutely no classified information whatsoever.

          It just contained a simple recitation of facts which many found unpleasant, and it was the final nail in the coffin of “the dossier”. It’s easy to forget that “the dossier” was accepted as fact just a few months before. Democrats celebrated it. Christopher Steele got puff pieces in Vanity Fair:

          The history of this mess is just insane…

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      • Jan says:

        It’s many more people & organizations than you realize: the Gang of 8, the Senate Intel Committee, State Dept., Intelligence Agencies, the Mueller team, Hillary campaign, Perkins Coe, Fusion GPS, etc.

        Just about anyone who votes Democrat is a suspect in this coup, as are the RINOs & Never Trumpers.

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  3. Parrot says:

    Don’t know about that. They can’t shut Assange down by arresting him, all his information exists in multiple storages. If Assange had proof of say a Democrat whistleblower instead of a Russian hack he would have used it as the massive leverage it is to get out, rapidly.
    A cheap plea bargain and non disclosure would be inevitable, spend rest of life being a cool hipster on the circuit or risk 20 in max security. No contest.
    Assange doesn’t have anything or he would have used it and be on a beach somewhere.

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    • Miya says:

      If Assange releases the information he has, he’s a dead man. He knows it, our enemies know it, so now he languishes in a jail cell for the amusement of evil.

      They got away with killing Epstein. Assange will be easy.

      Julian doesn’t want to be a martyr, so we don’t have his information.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Parrot says:

        No, Assange can buy freedom and safety with a plea bargain if he has proof, his leverage is the information, their leverage is prosecution if he breaks disclosure, that’s the point.
        No point in killing A , all the information he has is set up for that eventuality.
        That’s why he has nothing.


    • todayistheday99 says:

      You are kinda niave aren’t you. Exactly how would this transaction take place? Disable your Deadman switch and we give you a deal?


    • BigTalkers says:

      …Or under one!


    • clive hoskin says:

      Well,they shut Tommy Robinson down without too much trouble didn’t they?


  4. starfcker says:

    I’m tired of hearing the words, “targeting Carter Page”. I want to hear the words “two hops”.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. AJ. says:

    MUST READ: These Questions for Mueller Show Why Russiagate Was Never the Answer….

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Minuteman says:

    These jerks are still blowing smoke trying to convince everyone that a narritive is synonamous with the truth. When you know the truth it reveals the lies in the narrative .

    Just today I caught a lie emitted from my radio by the hourly news. The lie was that Barr changed Stone’s sentencing recommendation AFTER the POTUS tweeted about the travesty of justice of the excessive sentence recommendation.

    That was FAKE NEWS and a baldfaced lie to push the narrative that POTUS was interfering with the judicial processd for Stone.

    Liked by 13 people

    • todayistheday99 says:

      The hourly news on am radio is despicable. A list of the reprehensible losers that spew the propaganda every 60 minutes in the middle of Rush, Savage, Levin etc should be put on a “wanted” poster.

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  7. William says:

    Could Barr and Durham be the equivalent of Arpaio and Zullo? Were the latter pair pioneers?

    Sheriff Arpaio like AG Barr was propositioned to carry out an investigation into possible illegal activity by high officials. Arpaio was requested to investigate the origins of Obama’s birth certificate. He only wanted to confirm the legitimacy of Obama’s birth certificate, and so he gave his chief investigator Mike Zullo to check it out.

    After Arpaio sent Zullo to investigate the birth certificate, it did not take long for Zullo to find prima facie evidence of fraud. Arpaio, his boss, upon hearing of the discoveries, was shocked. He anticipated it to result in an exoneration of Obama, and a quick end to the investigation. So with the backing of his boss, Zullo dove deep with Sherlock Holmes style into the investigation, and the results were the uncovering of a fraud perpetrated on the voters of the USA.

    Today, Barr is tasked to investigate the origins of the government spying on Trump during the 2016 election. Like Arpaio, Barr who was put in his position amid a political spying scandal only wanted to exonerate the implicated government agencies. After being made AG, and tasked with the investigation, Barr picked John Durham, a topnotch investigator, to look for the predicate of the spying. If it was lawfully predicated, that would be the end of the investigation.

    So what will happen this time? Will Durham uncover another fraud perpetrated on the voters? Unlike the previous investigation, in which Arpaio was blocked by Obama’s goons and all the usual suspects, namely mainstream media, and in which a fraud was never allowed to be prosecuted, will this investigation uncover the other fraud for the world to see and prosecute the perpetrators? Fortunately, Obama is not president today. And Barr won’t be hampered by the current POTUS. Yet, will Barr be outraged by the discoveries, and will he act on them? He is in a much better position than a sheriff to ensure justice is carried out. Let justice prevail this time.

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  8. Jus wundrin says:

    The WaPoop could give itself a lot of credibility if instead of accusing the president of rewriting history, they would actually investigate what actually happened with the ruskie probe.

    Start by hammering schiffty about his mountains of evidence he claimed he had, and then interview weissman and ask him where he was when Papadop was being set up by the CIA/FBI. Find out where Misfud is, and ask him if he’s a ruskie asset. Simple stuff.

    But no, they’ed rather preach the narrative handed to them by deep state operatives. That’s why I call them part of the dems ministry of propaganda. What’s in it for them? Who knows, but when the house of cards collapses, they lose bigly.

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  9. OhNoYouDont says:

    U.S. Attorney Durham tells mob tales during rare lecture

    Published March 10. 2018 4:44PM | Updated March 11. 2018 8:38PM

    Durham’s longtime partner in crime-fighting, Deputy Chief State’s Attorney Leonard C. Boyle, introduced the U.S. attorney to the university gathering as the person members of the Connecticut bar call when stumped by a legal question. Boyle said Durham has “an extreme work ethic” and is working all the time, whether in the office or at home.

    Boyle said Durham has an uncanny ability to identify the smallest of facts in a case “and weave it together into a tapestry of detail,” but joked that Durham’s skill does not extend to his attire. Durham has a tendency to mismatch his suit jackets and trousers, Boyle said, and it’s only when he’s standing in a courtroom, addressing a jury, “when he realizes that particular day he wore the gray striped jacket with the Navy-blue pants.”

    Durham’s lecture, delivered along with a PowerPoint presentation entitled “The Use of Informants: A Cautionary Tale,” contained hints of his own restrained approach to investigations. Using criminals to gather information about other criminals is a necessity in cases where the average citizen is justifiably scared but, at best, is a “double-edged sword,” Durham said.

    Informants should be used as an investigative starting point, Durham said, and the information they provide should be corroborated through other means or used to convince a judge to authorize wiretaps in which a defendant’s own words (during secretly recorded telephone conversations) can be used to build a case against them.

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  10. Jim in TN says:

    It is really funny to me. It is like they are so scared that they can’t help but call attention to their own perfidy.

    Poke the Barr. Poke the Barr. Looky looky over here.

    Barr is so desperately trying to bring this to a close. Lock up all skeleton filled closets. Sweep a few miscreants under the rug so that their crimes, and his setting them free, will be forgotten. Depict the truth sayers as crazed conspiracy nuts. Finish punishing Trump’s friends and supporters. And finish painting the rotted sepulcher, that is the DOJ, with a fresh coat of whited, we saved the country, victory paint.

    But every time he tries to put this whole mess away, they have to go and poke him.

    If they had only followed instructions, the crooked trial of Roger Stone would be history. But nooo. They had to spite him, and resign, and push out a preplanned resignation demand. Now the entire world knows there is no justice in D.C. for Trump supporters. A valuable Obama asset judge is now in the cross hairs. A retrial may have to be called. Idiots should have taken their victory laps. Now they own the mess.

    And right on the heels of the coup poking the Barr, the CIA has to start signaling what has to be protected. And these idiots actually signal something that really needs protecting. If you insist on publicly drawing your enemy to you, make it a trap, or deflect him to something that you know will pass with flying colors.

    It just seems like they keep doing the same things again and again. Barr must think Trump’s enemies are worse than Trump’s tweets. If only they would let him get on with the coverup, and quit calling attention to their idiotic coup.

    I hope they leave Barr no option but to release the truth. I hope they burn it all down upon their own heads. And with a little luck, maybe they will leave Barr no choice but to throw their asses in jail.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      One other thing.

      I can understand their being sloppy in the run up to the election. Like Nixon, they were trying to rig an election that was in the bag. But unlike Nixon, they could trust their evil would be covered up.

      But once they lost, they knew they were at risk. Yet they kept making stupid mistakes. They were in such a rush to frame Trump. Such a rush to try and get rid of him. And they kept making stupid mistakes. They still do. They may be very smart people, but they are not very wise. And they have zero common sense.

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      • Robert Smith says:

        This thing is huge with a lot of moving parts. Spooks don’t like to write things down. Some people are more competent than others.

        The fact of the matter is none of this stuff ever gets exposed because there is never this amount of attention on it for this long in the internet age now. No way we know much of this back in 1990 or even 2000.

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  11. i also wonder if and thats a big IF there are ever indictments could the trials be moved out of d.c. kindof a change of venue?

    Liked by 5 people

    • bluenova1971 says:

      I’ve always had a sneaking suspicion that a “different venue” may be the reason for Huber. It’s my understanding NSA has a huge data collection (think emails, texts, phone calls) facility in Utah.

      If a conspiracy could be proven through electronic communications, and the NSA collected them in Utah, could DOJ bring charges there?

      Any legal minds feel free to chime in.

      Liked by 1 person

      • OldParatrooper says:

        It is unlikely that the electronic communications are “collected” in Utah, but rather stored there. But its a reasonable argument for trying cases there.

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  12. lansdalechip says:

    Where is the Durham investigation conducted from? I know Durham is a US attorney in Connecticut. Is that where his inquiry is based?
    And if/when he files charges, are they filed in a court where the investigation is being conducted?

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    • Jim in TN says:

      U.S. Constitution, Article 3, Section 2, line 3.

      3: The Trial of all Crimes, except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the Trial shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed.

      Congress, having by law, created the District Courts of D.C., complete with a U.S. Attorney, has made sure that their crimes are tried on their own turf.

      Now, some may have been committed in the Easter District of Virginia. Or maybe the nearby District of Maryland. (Bet that place still has a lot of RR’s friends) And the crimes committed in N.Y.C. are probably covered too by our good friends persecuting Trump from the S.D.N.Y.

      I have no clue where they would try Halper or Mifsud, or any of the other criminals who committed crimes against America while over seas.

      But hey. Who’s going to be tried? They aren’t exactly in a rush to try anybody. They haven’t even released an indictment of Clinesmith (sp?). Altering evidence to frame somebody. If that doesn’t get tried, nothing will.


      • Tl Howard says:

        As I said the other day, surely some of their communications crossed state lines AND if we are to believe reporting, Brennan, maybe some of the others, went to Europe to “arrange” some of the frame.

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      • Judith says:

        DOJ’s problem seems to be that anybody they charge comes right back at them, because the *entire* intel community is up to their ears in this ongoing, TREASONOUS COUP.

        The moment that Wolfe’s lawyer threatened to subpoena SSCI for depositions, it was swept under the rug. Nothing more to see there. But Stone ..on the other hand..

        AG Barr is simply too old to keep up that Roxie Hart tap dance. He’s more like an elephant in a tutu. Better he sticks to his bagpipes.

        The elephant in the tutu pirouettes toward the exit using the President as a scapegoat. You see, the AG was THISCLOSE to prosecuting all those treasonous co-conspirators, until twitter tripped him up. /s

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  13. Chump Change says:

    The FBI and CIA are enemies of We The People…from the rotten top to the complicit bottom.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. T2020 says:

    I’ve posted this article before about the supposed “
    Russian” hacking written by a liberal site…please read it carefully. It’s from December 2016:

    Liked by 1 person

  15. If I had not lived through the last four years you could never have persuaded me that gaslighting on this level could occur in the United States of America. It is sort of funny to watch these media people give each other awards for their great journalism on this topic … all of which we know to be dead wrong, and intentionally so.

    I guess we have to give WashPo points for sheer gall.

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  16. hokkoda says:

    It’s gonna be hilarious watching Mueller’s team explain how they got such definitive proof that Russian GRU units specified by organization name and number in the Mueller Report as THE people who hacked the DNC servers – it’s not even questionable the way Mueller/Weissman wrote it – when the Russians never hacked the DNC servers.

    Beginning in mid-March 2016, Unit 26165 had primary responsibility for hacking the DCCC and DNC, as well as email accounts of individuals affiliated with the Clinton Campaign: (full text is on page 36 of the Mueller report). Later, In order to expand its interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, the GRU units transferred many of the documents they stole from the DNC and the chairman of the Clinton Campaign to WikiLeaks. GRU officers used both the DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0 personas to communicate with WikiLeaks through Twitter private messaging and through encrypted channels, including possibly through WikiLeaks ‘s private communication system.

    That last sentence means they don’t actually have direct evidence of information transfer to Wikileaks. “Possibly through the use of…”

    I read this particular section last year when the Mueller report was released and immediately thought, “Bullshit, there’s no way they know this at this level of detail.” There has been no independent examination of the DNC/Clinton servers by Mueller, the FBI, or anybody else not connected with the Clinton/DNC organizations. They can literally make up whatever B.S. they want, and nobody’s going to question it because: Bob Mueller.

    This is, among many other things, why Barr’s problem is growing exponentially. A lot of the people downstream of the corrupt actions are *not* corrupt. They are acting based on triggers upstream from them which they do not, and are taught never to, question. Brennan, Comey, and the others know this. It’s why the ICA was so important to the narrative. It could be total b.s., but it triggers a lot of activities that are not illegal…they’re just steps in a process that plays out.

    You have to go back and find the people who pulled the trigger. Then, you use the investigative process to find out who was merely acting on the trigger, and who was in on the plan and leveraging the fallout to further damage Trump. It’s not exactly a state secret that 90% of Official Washington voted for Hillary. I bet half or more of the sitting Republican SENATORS voted for Clinton.

    Find the trigger-men, reveal the coup.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      What ever happened to the Russain Troll farm suit? It was pretty entertaining and then it just disappeared.

      Liked by 2 people

      • hokkoda says:

        That one was always funny, and clearly an attempt to goose their number of “indictments”. It was all for show. It’s easy to forget that Team Coup was getting pretty desperate when they finally strong-armed Gen. Flynn into a guilty plea. They’d spend all of 2018 trying to bait Trump into obstruction of justice since Flynn “cooperated” by telling them there was no Russian interference in the election.

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    • BigTalkers says:

      …Unless they’re able to turn a REAL “whistleblower.”

      Liked by 2 people

  17. 4EDouglas says:

    This is a CIA CYA cover. Things are about to go south for them..

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Retired IG says:

    Had to skip reading the long posts on this thread (ahem reminder to self). Just need to write that Julian Assange has, and always continue to be for me, a true hero.

    Exposing the information from Bradley Manning re video of the U.S. shooting people in cold blood. Oh and the bombing of the building where the Al Jazeera news service was located.

    Then the release of the Podesta emails (which I read). And his interview where Assange offered a reward for who killed Seth Rich.

    I cannot quite comprehend the extent of suffering J. Assange has lived through to expose the UNDERBELLY of all of excrement spewing from our “leaders..”

    Is it really worth this man’s, or anyone else’s life that it be snuffed out as a payback for telling the truth? I DON’\T and KNOW this is wrong. Angry. Very Angry I am. And its not cold anger, it is HOT ANGER.

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  19. ChampagneReady says:

    Now allegedly, the “White House” is in a miff with Brtain’s Prime minister Boris Johnson and that Trump actually slammed the phone down on him. Saw this last night on OAN.

    Has something to do with Johnson refusing to extradite Julian Assange and queering Trump’s trade deal or not wanting to proceed with it at least like Trump does..

    I certanily hope Trump realizes that Julian could be one of the biggest bombshell assets he has had yet in this entire frame-fest with what Julian can reveal and that he doesn’t want to bring him here to throw him in prison. Assange can blow everything sky-high.

    Apparently also Julian’s mind from his incarceration is turning to mush.

    There’s a lot of funny business and something mighty peculiar going on here. And it’s not clear who is doing what.

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    • Robert Smith says:

      Fine, let the UK economy do whatever it’s going to do by itself.

      Let them think about that for a while as Boris burns through the good feeling political capital from Brexit that allows him to do ANYTHING right now. Wanker!

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    • rebelinme2 says:

      Half of me wants Assange to be sent here and turned loose to reveal what he knows, and the other half of me wants him held anywhere else that is safe from being Epstein’d. I too think he is a hero in the grand scheme of things, and that he should be protected.

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      • ChampagneReady says:

        I don’t trust that Boris Johnson either whatsoever. So that really makes this a Rubik’s cube of mysterious goings-on. A Rubik’s cube that has one black square.

        President Trump better watch his back with this guy.

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    • dow40kby2024 says:

      I dont like it either. The Brits probably have a lot to hide as well regarding all this. Dana R. are you going to speak up again in a very public and persistent way? Soon I hope.

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  20. ErictheDeplorable says:

    I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. The dems used the Hitler/Goebbels “big lie” strategy right out of the nazi playbook, which is to make up a lie so big and so outrageous that nobody would ever believe you would tell such a lie, and then repeat it over and over until it becomes truth. You can then use it to convince the public that the crimes you are committing are for their own good.

    “Russia hacked the DNC servers and the election” is the big lie. The democrats, the media, the deep state, and the crooked republicans are all repeating it over and over again, in spite of no evidence to support it. They continue to use it as cover to implement a coup on a sitting US President, and to use the justice system to destroy his allies. They used it to discredit the 2016 elections, and they are going to use it to discredit the 2020 elections.

    We need a real investigation into the DNC leaks. There has never been one. Crowdstrike, co-founded and led by Russian Dmitri Alperovitch, who also sits on the board of Burisma, colluded with the DNC, FBI and likely several others in the intelligence community, to promulgate the big lie. Once the big lie is exposed, the whole thing comes crashing down.

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    • mr.piddles says:

      I actually saw a scroll on… must have been Fox… a few days ago that said something like “blah blah blah WikiLeaks hacked the DNC server blah blah blah”. They just jumble it all together at this point. I mean, WHAT’S THE FREAKING DIFF, man? Russia, WikiLeaks, DNC, Collusion, Russia, Trump, Guccifer, Putin, WikiLeaks, Russia, DNC… it’s all the same stuff if you spin it long and hard enough.

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  21. mr.piddles says:

    A Selection Of Truths, compliments Mr. Piddles:
    1.) The World is not flat
    2.) Trees that fall in the forest when nobody is around DO make a sound
    3.) The DNC wasn’t “hacked” in 2016
    4.) Jeffrey Epstein didn’t kill himself

    Don’t ask me how I know these things. I just do.

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  22. freepetta says:

    Sorry WaPo you are a ragsheet just like the Slimes. Get over it and report real news for a change lowlife libs!!

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  23. RoninInCA says:

    Quick question Sundance.. Almost hate to throw it out here.. How did the US/UK get permission to drag Julian out of the Embassy? That’s kind of a Pandora’s Bow.. IMO

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  24. boomerbeth says:

    What is most disconcerting, is so many careerists went along & CONSPIRED WITH BRENNAN.
    Kkklapper had no choice;,Comey likely was blackmailed.
    But the other Harvard educated brainiacs didn’t have to participate.
    couldn’t they see the forest in the trees?
    Anyone who saw Brennan speak in public at any given time knew he was ESTERHAZY 2.0

    Geez..the best & the brightest?

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  25. Rynn69 says:

    What should give everyone pause is that these goons were in charge of anything. Every single one of them. From Obama to Brennan to Kerry to Comey to Clapper to Yates to Strzok to Page to Carlin to Rhodes to Rice to Powers to Rosenstein to Weissmann to Mueller to Liu to the whole lot of them. To plan these treasonous crimes and all subsequent criminal actions linked to that mothership is evidence of not only the character of the orchestraters, but the intelligence level. To think their mouthpiece lying accomplices, the media, could cover their lies forever is truly ignorant.

    The keystone cops could do better. Heck, even the two goons from Fargo could do better.

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  26. “Ukraine Interfered in the US Election” vs “Ukraine did NOT interefe in the US Election”

    I wanted to add a quick FYI on the issues about the Ukrainian Courts decision about “Ukraine Interfered in the US Election” which people will run into.
    The “Trial Court”/”Lower Court” (the Court that has witnesses and hears evidence) heard a lawsuit brought by Parliament Members in Ukraine alleging that Pro-Clinton bureaucrats in the anti-corruption bureau of Ukraine were involved in using false evidence (“Black Dossier”) to help US Democrats in the 2016 US Election.
    The Trial Court ruled that the evidence established that Pro-Clinton Ukrainian bureaucrats interfered in the 2016 US Election. This decisions was appealed to a higher court on a technicallity.
    The Appellate Court, reversed the decision, holding that the Ukrainian Parliament Members DID NOT have legal authority to EXPOSE government corruption, ONLY the Pro-Clinton bureaucrats in the anti-corruption bureau had the authority to investigate the anti-corruption bureau.

    So, the FACTS found in the lower court that lead to the conclusion about Ukrainian interference in the 2016 US Election were true (or at least were NOT at issue in the appeal).
    However, that Court lacked the AUTHORITY to EXPOSE corruption; which resided only within the Ukrainian anti-corruption bureau.

    This analysis SHOULD help. because it looks like the US FBI and DOJ are heading toward a similar confrontation- REMEMBER the question will be shifted FROM “was there evidence of government corruption” TO “who lacks authority to REVEAL government corruption…”

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  27. Conservative_302 says:

    I don’t get it. All this concern about Trump and Russia, yet, communist Bernie Sanders is running for president. If anyone had ties to Russia, it would be him. Where is the outrage? Crickets.

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  28. namberak says:

    “Apparently, if media reports are to be believed …” I pretty much don’t believe anything from ‘the media’ except maybe yesterday’s rainfall totals, and even then, you can’t be entirely sure. (Sorry for the aside but that reminded me of a funny line my wife got off years ago. We’d had a real gulley washer as my grandad called them and I’d dumped the best part of three inches out of the gauge the next day. That evening on the news, the local weather guy says something to the effect that there’d been two tenths at the airport. We lived six miles from the airport. Ain’t no way. My wife blurts out, “Were they using their indoor rain gauge again?”) I guess I am feeling the after effects of being red-pilled. I have to find multiple sources that are saying the same thing before I even remotely believe any of it.


  29. Jim says:

    I’d point out than whenever an intel report uses the words “We assess” (“We assess Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered an influence campaign . . .”), it isn’t a statement of fact; it is analyst speculation, the equivalent to what’s called an analyst comment. If they’d had any proof, they would have said Putin did it, not that they assess he did. I suspect that in this case, the assessment was based solely on the fact that Democrat emails turned up on Wikileaks — a really, really bad assessment. No wonder Mike Rodgers had little confidence in Brennan’s “assessment”.


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