Posted by DrJohn on 25 March, 2019 at 9:39 am. Be the first to comment!


First, a couple of things to keep in mind about the Mueller Report. It wasn’t just Mueller- it was a team, and not just any team. It was a team of mostly hardened democrats who were rabidly anti-Trump. This is the original team. Of them,

  • None of the 16 lawyers known to work for special counsel Robert Mueller are registered Republicans
  • There are 13 registered Democrats on the investigation and three lawyers with no party affiliation
  • Campaign finance records reveal that 11 lawyers are Democratic donors

Their donations?

The special counsel’s office has previously disclosed that nine of the 16 lawyers have made a total of $62,000 in donations to Democrats, with one of those nine lawyers having also donated $2,750 to Republican candidates.

However, that analysis only looked at donations found in Federal Elections Commission records. TheDCNF has uncovered two additional Democratic donors by searching for all donations – regardless of party – recorded in campaign finance databases at the state level.

Adam Jed, an appellate lawyer for the Justice Department, made two donations in 2017 – $1,000 to a Democratic candidate for Wisconsin attorney general and $100 to a Democratic candidate for Baltimore state’s attorney. Another DOJ lawyer, Aaron Zelinsky, donated $100 in 2014 to the Branford Democratic Town Committee in Connecticut and $100 to a Democratic state lawmaker in 2016.

That makes 11 lawyers on the Mueller team who have donated to Democratic campaigns.

Nearly $12,000 in total contributions were found in state databases, all of which were donated to Democrats.

The team included Andrew Weissman, who wrongly destroyed Arthur Andersen and 85,000 jobs, and Jeannie Rhee, who was the Deputy Associate Attorney General under Obama, the personal attorney of Ben Rhodes and who also represented the Clinton Foundation. This was the team that exonerated Trump.

But where did this all begin? Most likely with Barack Obama.

John Brennan, the head of the CIA under Obama, bragged about being the one to instigate the Russian investigation.

I encountered . . . intelligence that revealed contacts and interactions between Russian officials and U.S. persons involved in the Trump campaign,” Brennan said, adding that he did not see conclusive evidence of collusion but feared that Trump associates were wittingly or unwittingly being used to advance the interests of Moscow.

….Brennan testified that he was disturbed by intelligence that surfaced last year showing a pattern of contacts between Russian agents or representatives and people with links to the Trump campaign. “That raised concerns in my mind,” Brennan said….With that remark, Brennan appeared to identify the point of origin of the FBI investigation that began in July — the first time a U.S. official has provided insight into what prompted the bureau probe.

This “intelligence” came from Christopher Steele, who hated Donald Trump so much that Steele literally used a fake news website as the the basis of his dossier:

Former British spy Christopher Steele admitted that he relied on an unverified report on a CNN website for part of the “Trump dossier,” which was used as a basis for the FBI’s investigation into Trump.

According to deposition transcripts released this week, Steele said last year he used a 2009 report he found on CNN’s iReport website and said he wasn’t aware that submissions to that site are posted by members of the public and are not checked for accuracy.

web archive from July 29, 2009 shows that CNN described the site in this manner: “ is a user-generated site. That means the stories submitted by users are not edited, fact-checked, or screened before they post.”

That dossier was commissioned and paid for by Hillary Clinton and the DNC. Steele never had any personal contact with a Russian. But he did swallow the idiotic “pee in the bed” accusation from some unnamed source.

Steele’s fake dossier was used multiple times as separate sources- circular reporting:

We know from public testimony that dossier author and former British intelligence agent Christopher Steele shared his findings with the FBI in summer and fall 2016 before he was terminated as a confidential source for inappropriate media contacts.

And we learned that Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) provided a copy to the FBI after the November 2016 election — out of a sense of duty, his office says.

Now, memos the FBI is turning over to Congress show the bureau possessed at least three versions of the dossier and its mostly unverified allegations of collusion.

Each arrived from a different messenger: McCain, Mother Jones reporter David Corn, Fusion GPS founder (and Steele boss) Glenn Simpson.

The NY Times:

On Aug. 4, as evidence of that campaign mounted, Mr. Brennan warned Alexander Bortnikov, the director of Russia’s Federal Security Service, known as the F.S.B., not to meddle in the election. Not only would interference damage relations between the two countries, he said, it was certain to backfire.

“I said that all Americans, regardless of political affiliation or whom they might support in the election, cherish their ability to elect their own leaders without outside interference or disruption,” Mr. Brennan said. “I said American voters would be outraged by any Russian attempt to interfere in election.”

Mr. Brennan’s warning proved futile. Though intelligence agencies are unanimous in their belief that Russia directly interfered with the election, it has become a divisive partisan issue, with Democrats far more likely than Republicans to accept the conclusion. President Trump has declared that “Russia is fake news” and tried to undermine the conclusions of his own intelligence services.

Now, does anyone think Brennan operated in a vacuum? Does anyone think that the Director of the CIA, allegedly so concerned with Russian meddling, would not share this with his boss?

I don’t.

In fact, Obama learned of Russian meddling in 2015.  He did….nothing. I wrote this over a year ago:

It was in 2014 that Devin Nunes warned about Russians trying to meddle in US elections:

He wrote that the Russian government led by Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “pressing threat to American interests” and pointed to an op-ed he wrote in April 2014, a month prior to when Mueller said Russia began its 2016 election interference campaign, in which he warned of the danger of Russian “influence operations” around the world following a trip to Eastern Europe and Ukraine following the seizure of Crimea.

“The House Intelligence Committee has been investigating these threats for many years: in 2014 – the year the Russians began their operation targeting the 2016 elections – I warned about Russia’s worldwide influence operations,” he wrote.

Further, he noted that he said in April 2016 during a CNN interview, in the midst of the 2016 primary season, that the U.S.’ failure to predict Putin’s strategy is “the biggest intelligence failure that we’ve had since 9/11.”

obama learned of Russian attempts to influence the election in 2015. He did nothing. The cover story was that he didn’t want to put his finger on the scales. It could just as well have been obama following through on his promise to be more flexible for Putin. And it was John Kerry who let the Russian operatives into the US.

Or maybe obama was saving the Russian meddling as a ruse to pin on Trump. After all, the Russian investigation was the “insurance policy.” He did change the rules governing the spread of intelligence just before Trump took office.

Despite pleas from privacy groups to rein in the US government’s surveillance powers before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration has done the opposite.

The outgoing government will now allow the National Security Agency (NSA) to share raw globally intercepted personal data with the government’s other intelligence agencies.

That means more than a dozen of the government’s other spy agencies — such as the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) — will be able to filter through raw data intercepted and collected from foreign networks and satellite transmission, including phone calls, emails, and other personal data, as reported by The New York Times.

It’s said that the rule changes will make it easier for the government to spot and prevent potential terrorist attacks before they happen, at the expense of the privacy of millions of Americans, whose data may be collected in the surveillance dragnet.

James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, announced the changes in the final days of Obama’s presidency by publishing unclassified, redacted procedures.

Though a total of 17 government agencies will have access to Americans’ data without requiring a warrant, the data is not allowed to be accessed “for law enforcement purposes,” the redacted rules said.

The new rules were approved by US Attorney General Loretta Lynch with just days before Trump’s inauguration. (emphasis mine)

17 government agencies. Where have I heard that before? And here’s the clincher

Following the election, privacy groups had called on the Obama administration to roll back the US surveillance apparatus prior to leaving office, amid fear that Trump would abuse the various data collection programs.

They weren’t changed to allow Trump to abuse them. They were changed to drive Trump from office. Obama needs to be called before the Senate and explain this. He is the mastermind of conspiracy.

The original Russian goals?

Russia began efforts to mess with US elections in 2014– a year before Trump even announced his candidacy.

The Russian government had a strategic goal to “sow discord in the U.S. political system, including the 2016 presidential election” the indictment reads. The indictment also revealed activity pursued by the Russians to organize political rallies, building partisan social media audiences across the political spectrum, and funding political stunts.

According to Mueller, the Russian government created a sub agency known as the “translator project” which was “focused on the U.S. population and conducted operations on social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube” adding that the strategic goal of interfering in the 2016 US election was developed all the way back in May 2014.

The stated goal within the department was to spread “distrust towards candidates at the political system in general.”

They were wildly successful. The media and democrats willingly became Putin’s useful idiots.

At his дом in Russia, Vladimir Putin is laughing his ass off.

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