No Donald Trump in this Playbill
Cast of characters from DNC central casting; plot from Hillary’s hoohoo
The DNC Trump Russia Collusion drama is a deranged theatrical production. The various episodes essentially comprise just one grand scandal: The Democrat Party’s deceptive conspiracy to malign candidate Trump and his subsequent administration.
Each episode and all the characters move inexorably down the same plot line. It all comes together with the realization that Hillary Clinton, the Obama intelligence agencies and the DNC manufactured the whole thing. Every episode is a fiction.
The whole mentally abusive narrative comes into focus when you understand the following:
- The e-mails and other information leaked from the DNC database exposed devastating instances of corruption and the contemptuous attitude of DNC leaders toward its voters.
- The leaked material made its way to Wikileaks through a source within the DNC; not through a Russian government hacking operation. This has been proved by VIPS, an association of veteran intelligence officials who examined the metadata in the leaked material.
- To deflect from the contents of the revelations, the DNC contrived the Russia Hack narrative. The FBI, Obama’s intelligence agencies and the media obligingly forwarded the fraudulent narrative.
- The alleged Russian hacker, Guccifer 2.0, is a fictional character conjured by Democrat Party operatives on the day of the leaked material’s release.
- Rogue DNC IT staffer Imran Awan had access to the databases of the DNC and 80 House Democrats for years prior to the leak. Arrested for bank fraud and defended by DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, he is suspected of selling confidential information to foreign governments. (If you’re not getting suspicious now, you’re a Democrat.)
- Wikileaks founder Julian Assange steadfastly denies that the material he released originated from the Russian government. After DNC staffer Seth Rich’s murder on a Washington DC street 10 days before Wikileaks’ first release, Assange offered a $20,000 reward for information leading to the culprit. DNC Chair Donna Brazile states that Hillary Clinton declined to offer a reward also.
- Neither the FBI nor the private cyber security firms hired by the DNC offer any physical evidence that the Russian government hacked the damning material. An independent analysis showed that the original leaked e-mails and reports were doctored to include information which falsely attributed the documents to a Russian source.
- The DNC bankrolled multiple layers of law firms and public relations hacks to produce the preposterous Steele Dossier. Fusion GPS, the hyper-partisan Democrat Party hit squad that hired Christopher Steele, specializes in astroturf campaigns on behalf of such clients as Planned Parenthood and the governments of Venezuela and Russia.
- The FBI likely used discredited, unverified allegations in the Steele Dossier to obtain warrants against Trump associates slandered in the dossier.
- Here is the sole intent of the Steele Dossier: To provide the basis for an FBI investigation into Trump’s campaign. Fusion GPS never provided the dossier to the DNC, yet shopped it to major media outlets and the FBI.
- Fusion’s founder Glenn Simpson personally lobbied Democrat donors to fund his investigation of the Russian collusion conspiracy. Vanity Fair reports that the Trump-hating partisan had “grown deeply concerned by the prospect of a Trump presidency.“
The early timeline of the DNC Russia Hack narrative supports a conclusion that a concerted effort by Democrat officials, the Obama government and paid, partisan private organizations concocted the whole scheme:
- April 2016: DNC suspects its servers had been breached.
- Yeesh. Are we supposed to forget that Pakistani cyber-criminal Imran Awan had complete access to the DNC servers as well as those of 80 House Democrats?
- May 5, 2016: Cyber security firm Crowdstrike tells DNC its examination shows evidence of a Russian hack.
- The DNC blocked the FBI from examining its servers.The FBI did not object. This is the same FBI that forcefully raided Trump associate Paul Manafort’s personal home and absconded with all his computers, in an investigation with no national security implications whatsoever.
- June 3, 2016: An acquaintance of Donald Trump, Jr. comes out of nowhere to arrange a meeting between Trump Jr. and a Russian attorney currently working with Fusion GPS.
- June 9, 2016: The Russian attorney, Natasha Veselnitskaya, first meets with Fusion head Glenn Simpson and then with Trump Jr., and then with Simpson again.
- She does not work for the Russian government, and she has no information about the Clinton campaign.
- June 12, 2016: Wikileaks announces its imminent release of documents related to the Clinton campaign.
- June 14, 2016: Crowdstrike publicly announces its conclusion that the Russian government hacked the DNC servers. Its assertion is heavily criticized by cyber security experts as lacking any evidence linking the hack to any Russian agencies. The DNC points the media away from its salacious documents by stating that the hack featured an anti-Trump opposition research document.
- June 15, 2016: The fictional creature Guccifer 2.0 emerges on the internet with – you guessed it – an anti-Trump opposition research document.
- Veteran intelligence agents determined that the document contained doctored metadata inserted to falsely attribute its origin to Russia.
- June 17, 2016: Fusion GPS hires former British MI6 officer Christopher Steele, instructing him specifically to find information connecting the Trump campaign with the Russian government.
- June 20, 2016: Miraculously, in just three days, 7 high-level sources, including senior Kremlin officials, had laid bare the inner workings of Russia’s vast intelligence apparatus, confiding in Steele the sinister details of perhaps the greatest plot in the history of Russian-American espionage. And we’re supposed to believe that Steele accomplished this historical feat without ever leaving his London offices.
- The Steele Dossier detailed numerous incredible accounts of Trump’s supposed 5-year-long collusion with Kremlin officials, dating back to when he was a TV star! The report includes the salacious accusation that Trump hired prostitutes to urinate on a bed in a Moscow hotel.
- Steele has not been to Russia in years, and he never communicated directly with his stated sources. He actually paid intermediaries who promised to communicate with the sources. He admits that none of the information was verified.
- June 2016: The FBI sought a warrant to surveil Trump associates based on Steele’s unverified, paid-for allegations. The FISA court denies the request. It had denied only 12 of over 33,000 requests in recent years.
- July 5, 2016: The DNC-contrived fictional character Guccifer 2.0 announces a new hack of the DNC server. Veteran intelligence agents who examined the details of the claim determined that there was no remote hack at all. The information was uploaded to a portable memory device by a person with physical access to the DNC’s server.
- The media continued to slavishly report that the Russian government remotely executed the data transfer.
- July 10, 2016: DNC Staffer Seth Rich is murdered at 4 AM on a Washington DC street. Nothing was stolen.
- Donna Brazile writes that the murder so unnerved her that she began closing the blinds in her office out of fear.
- July 22, 2016: Wikileaks begins publishing truly damaging DNC documents, as opposed to the bland Guccifer 2.0 releases which emphasized anti-Trump research and decade-old DNC donor lists.
- July 24, 2016: DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz resigns.
- August 9, 2016: Wikileaks offers a $20,000 reward for information on the Seth Rich murder. This is $20,000 more than the DNC offered.
Throughout the summer and early fall of 2016, Steele shopped the dossier around to various media outlets, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, Yahoo News and The New Yorker. He did so at the urging of Fusion GPS.
The media made a few veiled references to allegations in the dossier, but balked at publishing the whole stinking script because it was clearly a festering cesspool of demented bullcrap.
What’s a conniving, lie-peddling former British spy to do?
The media’s reluctance to attach itself to Steele’s handiwork was not a problem. Between Guccifer, Crowdstrike and every lying Democrat on Capitol Hill, the press already had enough bogus material to advance the Russia Hack fantasy.
Remember, the aim of the Steele Dossier was to provide a basis for the FBI to investigate Trump. Accordingly, Steele pitched the dossier to Obama administration intelligence officials and the reliably gullible “maverick” GOP Senator John McCain, who obligingly hand-delivered a copy to the FBI.
The FBI treated the obviously fraudulent allegations the way it treated the other million fraudulent allegations it receives.
Actually, it didn’t.
It opened up a full-blown surveillance operation against the Trump campaign, and made sure to brief blowhard Democrat senators like Harry Reid about it. Reid played his part by making public accusations that the FBI possessed “explosive” information about the DNC Trump Russia Collusion Drama.
Now the Times, the Post and CNN could report on an FBI investigation without attaching themselves personally to the source of the putrid script.
The Plot Sickens
An unexpected event causes a rewrite of the original script
When the crying began after Trump’s unforeseen victory, the DNC, Obama’s crooked intelligence chiefs and their media lackeys shifted the focus from preventing Trump’s election to delegitimizing the incoming administration.
Armed with warrants procured with scurrilous claims from the Steele Dossier, Obama’s lame duck administration scrutinized every movement of persons associated with Trump.
On January 3, 2017, AG Loretta Lynch authorized the NSA to disseminate raw intelligence data to all other intelligence agencies before “masking”, or concealing the names of American citizens incidentally tracked in a surveillance. The New York Times reported that the new rule facilitated the furious pace of the dissemination of Trump-related information in Obama’s final weeks in office.
On January 6, 2017, the FBI briefed President-elect Trump about the allegations in the Steele Dossier. The briefing immediately leaked to the press. Mission accomplished! By January 10, Buzzfeed, CNN and the rest of the Democrat media aired wall-to-wall coverage of the subject of the briefing.
The leak was the first of two leaks which Comey and associates used to achieve a desired result. In May 2017, Comey leaked a memo he wrote about a meeting with Trump as a prod to spur the appointment of a special prosecutor in the Russian collusion case. That worked, too.
The only possible conclusion
The DNC wrote the Trump Russia Collusion script to deflect from the damage that the imminent release of their internal communications was sure to inflict. When the narrative failed to prevent Trump from gaining the presidency, they accelerated the fiction in a deranged attempt to nullify the election.
The only possible solution
Stop voting for Democrats.