February 12, 2018 By Susan Duclos – www.allnewspipeline.com
They say hindsight is 20/20 and never before has that expressions appeared to be more relevant as we watch the whole “Russia collusion with Trump,” narrative completely fall apart as we note that even going back to the initial DNI report which claimed that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election with what they referred to as “campaigns to influence US public opinion,” the report itself was corrupted by Obama/Clinton deep state players.
REFERENCES WITHIN THE ARTICLE
Before we attempt to unravel the tangled web that has been woven by multiple senior levels officials in a number of U.S. intelligence agencies, using information that has been revealed since the original Director of National Intelligence report titled “Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections,” that was issued on January 7, 2017 before President Trump took office, we will offer some brief reference points.
DNI Report: A declassified report issued by the DNI described in the report as “analytic assessment drafted and coordinated among The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and The National Security Agency (NSA), which draws on intelligence information collected and disseminated by those three agencies.”
It covers the motivation and scope of Moscow’s intentions regarding US elections and Moscow’s use of cyber tools and media campaigns to influence US public opinion. The assessment focuses on activities aimed at the 2016 US presidential election and draws on our understanding of previous Russian influence operations. When we use the term “we” it refers to an assessment by all three agencies.
Steele Dossier: Unverified opposition research against President Donald Trump, produced by Fusion GPS, compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele, using Kremlin sources, funded by the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign before the 2016 presidential election.
FISA Abuse Memo: Four page report by the House Intelligence Committee which showed the DOJ and FBI used the Steele dossier to obtain FISA court warrants, and subsequent extensions of those warrants, to surveil Trump campaign team member Carter Page, without informing the FISA court that the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC funded the unverified dossier. (Memo embedded at the bottom of previous ANP article, here)
Grassley/Graham Criminal Referral Against Christopher Steele: 10-Page Senate Judiciary Committee document referring Christopher Steele to the DOJ for criminal investigation. This document, after certain redactions were eliminated, confirmed the FISA abuse memo from the House Intelligence Committee, regarding the use of the Steele Memo in FISA court applications to surveil Trump campaign member. The Grassley/Graham document also showed that Steele shopped his dossier around to multiple mainstream media outlets. (10-page document embedded in a previous ANP article, here)
Strzok/Page Texts: In the course of a DOJ Office of Inspector General internal investigation of FBI and DOJ actions leading up to the 2016 presidential election, text messages between FBI senior agent, Peter Strzok and FBI Lisa Page, revealed a plot involving FBI senior officials to plan a “path” forward before the electionto help get Clinton elected, as well as put into place a “insurance policy” in the event that Donald Trump won the election. That “insurance policy” was later revealed to be the “Russia Probe.” Strzok and Page, via the texts, were also exposed as having been the source of multiple leaks to the press.
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