March 8, 2017
What a week it has been since President Donald Trump addressed Congress, just eight days ago. Within hours of his attempt to unify the nation with a heartfelt speech that was widely praised by his supporters and opponents alike, Democratic Party leaders and their collaborators in the mainstream media once again doubled down on their fabricated Russian election hacking ruse. Within days, their combined efforts compelled Trump’s newly appointed Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, to recuse himself from any 2016 Presidential Campaign investigations.
On Friday, according to CNN and their White House Spy Cam, a “frustrated and angry” President Trump had a “fiery meeting” in the Oval Office with his advisors Steve Bannon, Jared Kushner, Sean Spicer, and Reince Priebus over the “fumbling” of the “situation with Sessions”.
By Saturday, March 4th, 2017, Trump evidently decided it was time to once more push back against those who wish to derail his administration. In a series of early-morning Tweets, Trump accused Former President Barack Obama of wire-tapping his phones at Trump Tower in New York City during the 2016 presidential campaign and made comparisons to Nixon, Watergate, and McCarthyism.
In response, Obama’s spokesperson, Kevin Lewis, denied Trump’s allegations and said:
neither President Obama nor any White House official ever ordered surveillance on any US citizen.
It was very interesting, in his carefully crafted response, how Lewis claimed Obama didn’t “order” any surveillance while at the same time, he did NOT deny any surveillance took place.
Trump, citing no evidence, accuses Obama of ‘Nixon/Watergate’ plot to wiretap Trump Tower
And the New York Times said:
Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones
Ironically, however, on the exact day of Trump’s inauguration on January 20th, 2017, the New York Times published the very wiretapping evidence they say Trump wouldn’t (or couldn’t) offer as they spun tales of Trump’s collusion with Russia. Collusion of which the New York Times also admitted in their article as having found “no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing” by Trump. Talk about conspiracy theories!
Indeed, the Times conceded the lack of evidence regarding Trump’s unproven complicity with Russia as they, simultaneously, verified the actual election hacking of Trump’s campaign:
The investigators have accelerated their efforts in recent weeks but have found no conclusive evidence of wrongdoing, the officials said. One official said intelligence reports based on some of the wiretapped communications had been provided to the White House.
Wiretapped communications? The White House? Really? Who knew.
Soon, all of the dedicated members of the Deep State were standing united against Trump and his lack of election wire-tapping evidence. FBI director, James Comey, petitioned officials at the Justice Department to rebuff Trumps “unproven” allegations of wire-tapping; and former Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, flat out denied the communications at Trump Tower were wiretapped prior to the election. Of course, this was the very same James Clapper who, in 2013, committed perjury by giving his “least untruthful” answer during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing concerning the National Security Agency’s unconstitutional surveillance on “millions” of American citizens.
Nevertheless, both Comey the Cautious, and Clapper the Calculating, have been invited to attend a series of hearings before the House Intelligence Committee beginning on March 20th, regarding the fictional 2016 Russian “election hacking” narrative; in spite of having no evidence.
Fortunately, on Sunday Morning, March 5th, 2017, Trump once again Tweeted a few more questions for the House Intelligence Committee as well as Comey, Clapper, and the mendacious mainstream media to consider:
Is it true the DNC would not allow the FBI access to check server or other equipment after learning it was hacked? Can that be possible?
Who was it that secretly said to Russian President, “Tell Vladimir that after the election I’ll have more flexibility?”
Most people probably won’t know about these Sunday tweets from Trump. Neither will a sizeable percentage of Americans hear about former NSA whistleblower, Bill Binney, who asserted on Sean Hannity’s Monday radio show that “Trump is absolutely right” regarding the wiretap claims.
Then, on Tuesday, March 8, 2017, came what should have been the coup de grâce to the Russian election hacking fiction.
Wikileaks released the password to Vault 7, also known as: “The Largest Ever Publication of Confidential CIA Documents”. Therein, a program entitled UMBRAGE was revealed. This is a formerly top-secret initiative whereby American intelligence agencies mimic internet hacks from other countries!
According to the Wikileaks press release:
The CIA’s hand crafted hacking techniques pose a problem for the agency. Each technique it has created forms a “fingerprint” that can be used by forensic investigators to attribute multiple different attacks to the same entity….
With UMBRAGE and related projects the CIA cannot only increase its total number of attack types but also misdirect attribution by leaving behind the “fingerprints” of the groups that the attack techniques were stolen from.
likely to cause immediate damage to the CIA’s efforts to gather intelligence overseas and place new strain on the U.S. government’s relationship with Silicon Valley giants including Apple and Google.
Can someone tell me why the Washington Post, the newspaper that brought down Richard Nixon forty-five years ago, is today overly concerned with the CIA’s “efforts” and the U.S. government’s relations with technology companies?
“Democracy Dies in Darkness” is the new slogan for the Washington Post. Just more bullshit, right there. On the contrary, the Post thrives on secrecy and obfuscation in the new millennium. In the same article, the WashPo reporters continued to aggressively sell their Russian election hacking storyline. They, furthermore, attempted to brand Wikileaks as an agent of the Russian government:
But the counter-intelligence investigation underway at the CIA is also likely to search for clues to whether Russia had any role in the theft of the agency’s digital arsenal. U.S. intelligence officials allege that WikiLeaks has ties to Russian intelligence services. The website posted thousands of emails stolen from Democratic Party computer networks during the 2016 presidential campaign, files that U.S. intelligence agencies concluded were obtained and turned over to WikiLeaks as part of a cyber campaign orchestrated by the Kremlin.
Did you get that?
Wikileaks is part of a “cyber campaign orchestrated by the Kremlin” according to the United States Central Intelligence Agency which created UMBRAGE; a program that:
collects and maintains a substantial library of attack techniques ‘stolen’ from malware produced in other states including the Russian Federation…
in order to,
misdirect attribution by leaving behind the ‘fingerprints’ of the groups that the attack techniques were stolen from.
But wait. There’s more.
As constitutional attorney and radio personality, Mark Levin, pointed out this week; there were, indeed, two FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978) requests made by the Obama Administration to surveil Donald Trump and his advisors. One made in June 2016 which was denied, and another made in October 2016 that was approved. Other sources (besides the New York Times) have confirmed these FISA petitions as well.
This, in turn, has now caused some in the independent media to question the mysterious June 2016 “Snakes On A Plane” meeting at the Phoenix airport where former president Bill Clinton and Obama’s then Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, discussed their “grandkids” (wink, wink). Given the recent wiretapping allegations made by Trump, the timing of Hillary’s Halloween Tweet regarding Trump and the Russians now appears to be a very frightful coincidence.
On October 31st, 2016 then Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent out the following Tweet:
computer scientists have uncovered a covert server linking the Trump organization to a Russian-based server.
What then, did Hillary know, and when did she know it?
Definitely expect the lamestream media to leave this stone unturned.
In any case, it has become very obvious the 2016 presidential election was not hacked by Russia. It was hacked by the servile corporate media on behalf of their Deep State masters.
Considering the level of hostility against Donald Trump both before and after the election, one would think if the media, or shadow government, had any solid evidence of The Russian Connection, they would have released it by now. And, even if they do eventually discover one, we now know the CIA could have framed Russia in order to create that fake news, “smoking gun”.
Given they had the ability, why DID the CIA delay placing Putin’s digital fingerprints on Trump?
It is a curious question. Especially given the fact that on Monday, March 6th, 2017, former CIA Director, Michael Hayden, expressed his desire to mold the minds of those who don’t see things the way he does regarding Trump’s accusations of wiretapping, and the:
pro-Trump media for peddling ‘illegitimate’ and ‘non-fact-based worldviews’
There can be no doubt the mainstream media, establishment politicos (both Republican and Democrat), and the Deep State have merged into one entity now revealed as The Opposition Party.
The corporate media is the Marketing and Public Relations agency for the entrenched lawmakers in Congress who serve the Deep State Military Industrial complex. All have pledged allegiance to the flag of globalism and the sinister agenda of one world over all.
The Opposition Party is currently disenfranchised, with diminished cooperation in the United States’ Executive Branch of government, so they are resorting to the political equivalent of guerilla tactics in their pathetic attempts to stay relevant and position themselves for maximum disruption. They may have taken UMBRAGE to Donald Trump and could soon back up their current vague accusations, and obscure innuendo, with manufactured evidence in order to interrupt the populist president and terminate his nationalist agenda.
But even if the Dark Powers actually win in the end, they will have to eliminate, or subdue, many people in order to erase what now has been revealed. This could even be the end goal of the global elite, because the curtain has been pulled back, the veil has been lifted, and the emperors have no clothes.
Trump may not be successful in making America great again. But, at the very least, his presidential campaign, election victory, and early days of his presidency have exposed many rats which were previously hidden in the shadows and some who were hiding in plain sight.
Once fallen, this previously great nation may never rise again. But, for now, there are those who are still valiantly fighting to help America, at the bare minimum, to become honest again.
Perhaps Trump will even Tweet about Anthony Wiener’s laptop “Life Insurance” files soon.