Sunday, October 10, 2021

Russiagate, Rerereclaiming My Time

It's been a while, and there's been a reasonable amount of material caught in the drain. Let's check it out.

From Kash's Korner at ET, More Indictments Are Coming; Unraveling the Origins of the Russia Collusion Hoax

“When you issue an indictment for lying to the FBI, like they did [Michael] Sussmann, it’s two to five pages max. It’s unheard of to be 27 pages. So why put all that information out there?” It’s “the biggest signal that more is coming,” says Kash Patel.

I've heard that argument before. I hope it's right.  Kash Patel to Newsmax: Durham's Subpoenas Show He's Following the Money. And the money flowed from the Clinton campaign through Perkins Coie to Steel and his phony sources, Nellie Ohr and lots of other malefactors. At Da Blaze, Special Counsel John Durham investigating Pentagon cybersecurity contractors in Russiagate origins probe, and Per Paul Sperry at RCI, Durham Probes Pentagon Computer Contractors in Anti-Trump Conspiracy

Durham is investigating whether they were involved in a scheme to misuse sensitive, nonpublic Internet data, which they had access to through their government contracts, to dredge up derogatory information on Trump on behalf of the Clinton campaign in 2016 and again in 2017, sources say — political dirt that sent FBI investigators on a wild goose chase. Prosecutors are also investigating whether some of the data presented to the FBI was faked or forged.

George Perry at Am Spec speculates about  John Durham and the Mysterious DNC Email Hack "If as is likely the DNC’s server wasn’t hacked by the Russians, who was behind the inside job and why?" You want the truth? You can't handle the truth!

Why would the DNC, the purported victim of a crime, refuse to fully cooperate with law enforcement in solving that crime? Was it hiding something? Was it afraid the server’s contents would discredit the Russia-hacking story? Why, instead of full and complete cooperation with the FBI, was the DNC having CrowdStrike and Perkins Coie run the investigation and, in effect, filter and control the flow of information regarding the server’s contents to the FBI?

The answers to those questions began to emerge thanks to an article in the August 8, 2017 issue of the Nation. By no means a pro-Trump publication, the Nation published an exhaustive report about an exacting forensic investigation of the DNC hack by the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), an organization of former CIA, FBI, National Security Agency, and military intelligence officers, technical experts, and analysts.
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VIPS concluded that the DNC data were not hacked by the Russians or anyone else accessing the server over the internet. Instead, the data were downloaded by means of a thumb drive or similar portable storage device physically attached to the DNC server.

How was this determined? The time stamps contained in the released computer files’ metadata established that at 6:45 P.M. on July 5, 2016, 1,976 megabytes (not megabits) of data were downloaded from the DNC’s server. This took 87 seconds, which means the transfer rate was 22.7 megabytes per second, a speed, according to VIPS, that “is much faster than what is physically possible with a hack.” Such a speed could be accomplished only by direct connection of a portable storage device to the server. Accordingly, VIPS concluded that the DNC data theft was an inside job by someone with physical access to the server.

VIPS also found that, if there had been a hack, the NSA would have a record of it that could quickly be retrieved and produced. But no such evidence has been forthcoming. Can this be because no hack occurred?

Roger L. Simon. To Save America, Durham Must Reveal The Whole Russiagate Story And Punish the Guilty. Unfortunately, I still doubt Durham's ability get get convictions in a DC or NoVa courtroom. Still, airing the facts would be helpful. Watch Merrick Garland suppress that.

HE recites the facts that show Efforts to Spread Trump Russia Hoax Went Beyond FBI, CIA to Senate. McCain and Romney were up to their necks in them. Paul Sperry at Am Great, Biden Security Adviser Jake Sullivan Tied to Alleged 2016 Clinton Scheme to Co-Opt the CIA and FBI to Tar Trump, "The ties between Joe Biden and Jake Sullivan, the White House Security Adviser now indicted by John Durham’s grand jury." I don't see where Sullivan was actually "indicted" in court. But he should be.

From NYPo, Ex-NSC official admits it unlikely Russia had blackmail info on Trump. Fiona Hill. 

Kaelen Deese at WaEx, Adam Schiff claims Robert Mueller suffering 'heartbreaking' cognitive decline. Yep, it was elder abuse to put him up on the stand in front of Congress. Not to mention the Andy Weissman and his cohorts were actually running the operation. More at the Western Journal, Schiff Knew Mueller Was Suffering from Cognitive Decline, Decided to Dumb Down Questions Instead of Dismissing Him. Even with simple questions, he didn't seem to have the answers they were looking for.

JC Adams at PJ Media, The Mob Attacking Trump's Lawyer Is More Dangerous Than Anything John Eastman Is Accused of Doing. His crime? Defending the, in their minds) indefensible. 

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