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  • Farkas admits Intel Flood, Rice behind unmasking...

    The 1st 2/3 is 'Trump Taxes', but at 4:50 Former Assistant Deputy of Defense Evelyn Farkas sez a whole lot on MSNBC...



    I guess since they were on a mission that makes it alright!


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    Originally posted by Admiral View Post
    The 1st 2/3 is 'Trump Taxes', but at 4:50 Former Assistant Deputy of Defense Evelyn Farkas sez a whole lot on MSNBC...


    I guess since they were on a mission that makes it alright!
    It is not actually saying much anything towards anything. It doesn't indicate that Trump would have been under surveillance. It only indicates that Trump's (or his teams) contacts with Russians - or Russians discussing the team Trump between themselves - was recorded. Which as far as I'm aware was not being disputed, at all.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Vaeltaja
      It is not actually saying much anything towards anything. It doesn't indicate that Trump would have been under surveillance. It only indicates that Trump's (or his teams) contacts with Russians - or Russians discussing the team Trump between themselves - was recorded. Which as far as I'm aware was not being disputed, at all.


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      • #4
        I reckon we'll see if she said, 'nothing'...


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        • #5
          The more I read of this, the more I begin to realize that both sides have pretty much caught themselves in a Catch-22.....

          Trump/Reps claims surveillance but can't expose it out of fear it may prove possible Russian ties on his/their part....

          Dems claim Russian ties but can't expose it out of fear it may prove possible surveillance on their part....

          Dogs chasing their tails.
          You'll live, only the best get killed.

          -General Charles de Gaulle

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          • #6
            The risk at this point is greater for the Dems.
            Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes? Who is watching the watchers?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by asterix View Post
              The more I read of this, the more I begin to realize that both sides have pretty much caught themselves in a Catch-22.....

              Trump/Reps claims surveillance but can't expose it out of fear it may prove possible Russian ties on his/their part....

              Dems claim Russian ties but can't expose it out of fear it may prove possible surveillance on their part....

              Dogs chasing their tails.
              There is a third possibility. That the Democrats under Obama manufactured the intelligence and wanted it disseminated to those that would attack Trump prior to their leaving so they could destroy the "paper trail," blaming that later on Trump. I know that sounds like a conspiracy theory, but in this case such disinformation schemes have been used in government... not necessarily the US government... to discredit or smear high political figures before.

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              • #8
                In the absence of anything suggesting such even might have happened like that, all that theoretical crap does is blow fog into what is a developing issue where there are visible/vocal leads.

                Not in this thread, Stick to the topic as it is!

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                • #9
                  Along with text related to the OP, QUOTE:
                  ...
                  It’s not illegal for intelligence officials to do that. It is illegal for intelligence officials to unmask American citizens needlessly, or to disseminate such information to the press. Yet somehow The Washington Post’s David Ignatius ended up with such information in January prior to Trump’s inauguration, quoting a “senior US government official” who said “Flynn phoned Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times on December 29…” How did he get that information?
                  Trump has always been right about the danger of intelligence community leaks. He’s slathered that real scandal in the evidence-less stupidity that he was personally wiretapped at Barack Obama’s behest. But just because Trump’s twitter feed is filled with gossipy silliness doesn’t mean that the media have a right to ignore the burning scandal of intelligence coordination to damage the Trump White House.

                  ...
                  http://www.dailywire.com/news/14935/..._campaign=lead

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by G David Bock View Post
                    Along with text related to the OP, QUOTE:
                    ...
                    It’s not illegal for intelligence officials to do that. It is illegal for intelligence officials to unmask American citizens needlessly, or to disseminate such information to the press. Yet somehow The Washington Post’s David Ignatius ended up with such information in January prior to Trump’s inauguration, quoting a “senior US government official” who said “Flynn phoned Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak several times on December 29…” How did he get that information?
                    Trump has always been right about the danger of intelligence community leaks. He’s slathered that real scandal in the evidence-less stupidity that he was personally wiretapped at Barack Obama’s behest. But just because Trump’s twitter feed is filled with gossipy silliness doesn’t mean that the media have a right to ignore the burning scandal of intelligence coordination to damage the Trump White House.

                    ...
                    http://www.dailywire.com/news/14935/..._campaign=lead
                    Stupidity ?

                    No .

                    In plain English ,for the simpleminded :

                    Election campaign :

                    A :sitting president

                    B : candidate of the party of A

                    C : opponent of A and B .

                    Security services at the order of A investigate and eavesdrop C ,find nothing and leak false information to B to hurt C . And the witchhunting is still continuing by the Democratic Gladio,who considers Trump as the occupant .

                    Conclusion : A ordered the security services to go after C to help B .

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                    • #11
                      Comey Said He Tried to Reveal Russian Election Tampering Last Summer. You Will Never Guess Who Stopped Him

                      EXCERPT:
                      ...
                      However, new reports have been released stating that FBI Director James Comey attempted to reveal Russia's involvement in the 2016 election, but he was turned down by former President Barack Obama's administration.

                      According to Newsweek, Comey had considered drafting an op-ed, and he presented the idea to top White House officials of the Obama administration last summer.

                      Those officials included Secretary of State John Kerry, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and National Security Adviser Susan Rice.

                      Comey reportedly wanted to attempt to publish the op-ed in the New York Times, where it allegedly contained the same information that was released on January 6 concerning intelligence about Russian President Vladimir Putin and his involvement in the 2016 election.

                      According to a source interviewed by Newsweek, who claims to have knowledge of the meeting:
                      “He had a draft of it or an outline. He held up a piece of paper in a meeting and said, ‘I want to go forward. What do people think of this?’"
                      The Obama administration allegedly shut the op-ed down, stating it felt the announcement should be a coordinated message backed by multiple agencies.
                      ...
                      http://ijr.com/2017/03/836049-comey-...o-stopped-him/

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                      • #12
                        What did she know and when did she know it?
                        Ever hear that question asked before?
                        First what is her background ?

                        Evelyn N. Farkas is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Russia/Ukraine/Eurasia.

                        Hmmmm.

                        She resigned in 2015,

                        hmmm.
                        Something smells fishy here...how did she know all of this stuff?

                        Unless there was someone investigating Trump in 2015.
                        Last edited by Urban hermit; 30 Mar 17, 21:16.
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                        • #13
                          It's now known that the only way to view what Chairman Nunez saw was either by going to the Intel source computer.,'or on the White House grounds @ the Ike office complex.

                          He's been aware of the evidences existence since January.

                          Last edited by Admiral; 31 Mar 17, 12:17.
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                          • #14
                            If it weren't so heinous & totally against all Americans civil rights, the unmasking & wide dissemination of reverse gathered political intel would be hilarious! And the lame streams medialogical attempts to ignore it will not allow it to go away. When it finally blows, and it is now quite certain it will, their calculated bias will be undeniable because they won't be able to paint over it. This makes Watergate look like a 2 bit breaking... oh, wait, that was a 2 bit breaking., its the coverup that gott em.

                            Anyway, the ID of who approved the unmasking of incidental Americans gleaned by reverse gathering from unrelated surveillance operations is known. And they ain't a lowling. The whistleblowers are intel community operatives that are sick of the engrained political insiders in their midst.

                            The plot thickens... really!

                            Wes
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                            • #15
                              National Security Adviser Susan Rice sought/ordered the unmasking in all likelihood!

                              Not surprising, if true!

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