Re: “Russian hacking” (and all sorts of other things): Who to believe, Wikileaks or U.S. intel?

Well, as we suspected, the U.S. congressional intel report reveals no real evidence of Russia hacking the U.S. election.

Underwhelming Intel Report Shows Need for Congressional Investigation of DNC Hack


The immensely confident report, based on the combined findings of the NSA, CIA, and FBI, includes virtually no new details about why the nation’s intelligence agencies attributed the attacks to the Russian government (and in some cases, directly to Vladimir Putin), other than a reference to the involvement of the “Guccifer 2.0″ hacker persona, a fact they had been open about since the hacked documents first started spreading.

Speaking of which, over 90,000 Americans just now weighed in:

CNBC journalist John Harwood asked who Americans believe, wikileaks or US intel

It was not, repeat, was not, the answer Harwood was looking for.

Well, no surprise there. Here are a few more, often hilarious, commentaries on this and related topics:

Intel Chief: Truthful Reporting of US Corruption is Part of Russian Conspiracy, Hints at “Act of War.” 


Russian Responds to US Intel Report It Helped Trump Defeat Hillary

Oh hey, and oops! The “damning” US Intel report on RT was compiled in 2011!

Shocker! ‘Proof” of Trump’s Russian Support was Compiled During Obama’s Election

Meanwhile, here’s one independent journalist’s “confession.”

Confessions of A Fake News Reporter

But then of course, whenever there’s a big righteous hue and cry, there’s usually projection at work. I’m reminded of when I was married to the father of my children, back in my 20s. One day he came home from a trip and started to accuse me, in a vicious way, of having affairs. I didn’t know enough then to convert my shocked puzzlement into outrage. Later, during my short intense marriage to third husband, the “bad man” Phil, when he accused me of the same I knew he was having an affair — and was glad. One more sign that we were about done.

So here. As the saying goes, “the pot calls the kettle black.”

What about those times the NSA Hacked America’s Allies?


Two videos that demonstrate how the media makes “Fake News” and uses the “Power of Suggestion” as a prelude to False Flags

There’s no question we are waking up. Howard Beale would be proud.









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