By Moon Of Alabama
December 16, 2016
… First keep in mind that there is no public evidence, ZERO, that Russia indeed had anything to do with the DNC or Podesta or other leaks and the publication of emails by various outlets like Wikileaks.
Craig Murray assures us that he knows that these were not hacks but insider leaks and that he knows the leaker(s). Indeed he now tells us that the emails were handed over to him during a visits in Washington. Former intelligence officials including the technically very knowledgeable former NSA official William Binney concur that the hacking story is false.
All we have heard or seen so far are hearsay rumors and allegations of evidence. To me as experienced IT professional the case is technically laughable just as Murray explains here. If the claimed hacks occurred at all the alleged methods were so common that anybody could have done these. …
But still the NYT runs a big package of pieces telling us that “Russia did it” based on the non-factual CIA rumors and unprofessional IT assertions by Crowdstrike, the self-promoting IT security company the DNC hired and paid. Before that the Washington Post published major claims of Russian interference by anonymous officials. NBC News now tops that with “intelligence officials” saying Putin himself ran the hacking campaign. Authors of the story are the long time insider hacks Bill Arkin and Ken Dilanian known for clearing his stories with the CIA before publishing. (“The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media.” So says William Colby, former director of the CIA.)
There is an “elite” coup attempt underway against the U.S. President-elect Trump. … orchestrated by the camp of Hillary Clinton in association with the CIA and neoconservative powers in Congress. … He is too independent and a danger for several power centers within the ruling U.S. power circles. ..
The institutional Trump enemies are: the CIA … the weapons industry … the neoconservatives and Likudniks … the general war hawks, military and “humanitarian interventionists” … .
The current CIA director Brennan… is in the Clinton/anti-Trump camp. The former CIA heads Hayden and Panetta are public Clinton supporters as is … former CIA deputy director Michael Morell.
It is thereby no wonder that the CIA is leading the anti-Russian campaign … to implant the idea in the U.S. public that Russian intervention skewed the U.S. election towards Trump. The purpose is the delegitimization of the Trump victory in the eyes of the media and public but even more so in the eyes of the electors within the electoral college.
The CIA is heavily supported by the same mainstream media that pushed for Clinton during the election. (These are, not by chance, also the same media that pushed the CIA’s earlier “Saddam’s Weapon of Mass Destruction” campaign.)
Could (Trump) miss the needed 270 votes, the whole election of the president would then by kicked up to the House of Representatives (and/or) cause delays or Congressional probes and legal challenges. …Whatever the outcome there surely would be intense legal challenges and I expect the case to go up to the Supreme Court.
As an alternative to legal shenanigans Trump’s inauguration could be delayed by Obama’s order to the intelligence community to create a formal review of Russian intervention in the election by January 20. …
If the congressional or legal process around the Trump election gets delayed, … the ruling Washington blob or borg could well live with an acting President Pence … .