Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia



  • https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/house-senate-russian-meddoing-dueling-reports-fred-fleitz

    House Intelligence Committee staff members found the opposite. They told me there was conflicting intelligence evidence on Russian motivations for meddling in the 2016 election.

    More gravely, they said that CIA Director Brennan suppressed facts or analysis that showed why it was not in Russia’s interests to support Trump and why Putin stood to benefit from Hillary Clinton’s election. They also told me that Brennan suppressed that intelligence over the objections of CIA analysts.

    House Intelligence Committee staff told me that after an exhaustive investigation reviewing intelligence and interviewing intelligence officers, they found that Brennan suppressed high-quality intelligence suggesting that Putin actually wanted the more predictable and malleable Clinton to win the 2016 election.
    Instead, the Brennan team included low-quality intelligence that failed to meet intelligence community standards to support the political claim that Russian officials wanted Trump to win, House Intelligence Committee staff revealed. They said that CIA analysts also objected to including that flawed, substandard information in the assessment.



  • All this is sufficient reason to vote for Trump in November. If Joe is elected none of this will ever see the light of day. As if SCOTUS wasn't enough.

    What needs to be out together is Corrpution 2016 for Dummies. Some simple but compelling narrative for the election.

    I am admittedly weary of Trump's performance in this COVID time. But I cannot help but think it will be worse with Biden.



  • @Mik said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    All this is sufficient reason to vote for Trump in November.

    Seriously? Are you really that gullible? One op-ed with a bunch of anonymously sourced "they told me"s is enough to convince you to throw away the Senate report on the matter that has extensive quotations and citations of supporting material?



  • No, Ax. Not one article. It is just one more straw in the ever increasing mountain of evidence of corruption from 2016 on.

    And fuck you very much for calling me gullible, Captain Obtuse.



  • @Axtremus said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    @Mik said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    All this is sufficient reason to vote for Trump in November.

    Seriously? Are you really that gullible? One op-ed with a bunch of anonymously sourced "they told me"s is enough to convince you to throw away the Senate report on the matter that has extensive quotations and citations of supporting material?

    More like a tsunami of ignored evidence.



  • You should stay out of politics, Ax. It's all more than you can handle.



  • @Mik said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    All this is sufficient reason to vote for Trump in November. If Joe is elected none of this will ever see the light of day. As if SCOTUS wasn't enough.

    Yes

    I might have to consider supporting Mr Trump



  • @Axtremus said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    @Mik said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:

    All this is sufficient reason to vote for Trump in November.

    Seriously? Are you really that gullible? One op-ed with a bunch of anonymously sourced "they told me"s is enough to convince you to throw away the Senate report on the matter that has extensive quotations and citations of supporting material?

    That the Senate report found Russia favored Trump should be taken in light of the fact that Brennan actively suppressed information that Clinton was favored.

    And no, it's not anonymously sourced. The writer was told by House Intelligence Committee staffers .

    " I am a former CIA analyst and House Intelligence Committee staff member."

    House Intelligence Committee staff members found the opposite. They told me there was conflicting intelligence evidence on Russian motivations for meddling in the 2016 election.

    More gravely, they said that CIA Director Brennan suppressed facts or analysis that showed why it was not in Russia’s interests to support Trump and why Putin stood to benefit from Hillary Clinton’s election. They also told me that Brennan suppressed that intelligence over the objections of CIA analysts.



  • I totally trust the luminaries of virtue on the left when they tell me that my very soul is in peril if I think Trump is better for the country than his opponent. But as an extraordinarily courageous and decent person, I am willing to risk my very soul and support the man, if I think it's best for the country.



  • @Axtremus said in Brennan suppressed evidence about Russia:
    a bunch of anonymously sourced "they told me"s

    You mean like what we've seen for the last 4 years regarding Trump as a "Russian asset"?

    Personally, if you're (the media sources) going to throw dirt, at least have the balls to stand up and say I threw it. Otherwise, you're just a bullshit asshat.


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