Russia-Trump Narrative Destruction

To start, the Democrats took a bad story for Hillary with her emails being leaked and spun it into a misdirection of Russian hysteria. Their followers as usual then ate it up and ignored all the evidence on Hillary like the zombies they are.

Democrats have repeatedly used the Russian narrative as a political weapon that can be pointed at anyone who has ever been seen with a Russian, unless they are Democrats of course. With no evidence ever brought forward and so many of the investigators such as James Clapper, Sally Yates, and James Comey say they have no evidence of collusion, this narrative is laughable.

The DNC has obstructed the investigation by not allowing the FBI to have access to their servers and forced them to go through a third party (CrowdStrike). The validity of this third party should be highly questioned and the reason for the DNC denying access should be questioned as well as why the DNC denied FBI access. My suggestion is an investigation on the DNC and its high ranking members.

Comey has now confirmed that he told Trump he was not under investigation, during this same testimony he says Trump was never under investigation to begin with.

Why would such a ground breaking statement not be said to the public during the many months of investigation and defamation of Trump. Easy, keeping the narrative going and keeping the people in the dark. Comey should be jailed for his perjury and leaking as well as being investigated for collusion with Democrats against Trump.

Mike Cernovich made a video showing key points in the hearing.

Mike Cernovich has made a YouTube video possibly showing Comey lying under oath as well, another crime.

The story of Seth Rich is also a possibility, with it being a developing story and investigation into the claim that he was the leaker of the e-mails from the DNC. This story is a very highly possible theory with him having the ability and opportunity to do such a thing as well as a motive. Being a Bernie supporter and very anti Hillary; he would have been very upset finding out about how the DNC was handling donations by giving a majority to Hillary and giving obvious special treatment to her and helping make sure she won.

Kim Dotcom has also come out and said that he knows Seth Rich was the leaker because he helped him get the leak to Wikileaks. Unfortunately he needs to testify in order to get more recognition but he would be arrested if he came into America. He has warrants for his arrest due to creating his file sharing site that has been used to pirate online property; regardless if this is why he made such a site, he would be arrested.

Kim Dotcom has asked for safety from an arrest if he entered America in order to testify but has yet to be given such safety. He has since stated “If Congress includes Seth Rich case into their Russia probe I’ll give written testimony with evidence that Seth Rich was Wikileaks source.”

The FISA courts have accused FBI and NSA of illegal spying on American citizens and mishandling information. Here is a run down done by Red State on the report done by Circa:

Illegal accessing of information

The FBI’s very first compliance report in 2009 declared it had not found any instances in which agents accessed NSA intercepts supposedly gathered overseas about an American who in fact was on U.S. soil.
But the IG said it reviewed the same data and easily found evidence that the FBI accessed NSA data gathered on a person who likely was in the United States, making it illegal to review without a warrant.
“We found several instances in which the FBI acquired communications on the same day that the NSA determined through analysis of intercepted communications that the person was in the United States,” the declassified report revealed.

Disregard of purpose of FISA

Amy Jeffress, the former top security adviser to former Attorney General Eric Holder, was appointed by the intelligence court in 2015 to give anindependent assessmentof the FBI’s record of compliance.
Jeffress concluded agents’ searches of NSA data now extend far beyond national security issues and thus were “overstepping” the constitutional protections designed to ensure the bureau isn’t violating Americans’ 4th Amendment protections against unlawful search and seizure.

Data sharing with entities not authorized to receive the data

The most serious involved the NSA searching for American data it was forbidden to search. But the FBI also was forced to admit its agents and analysts shared espionage data with prohibited third parties, ranging from a federal contractor to a private entity that did not have the legal right to see the intelligence.

The pattern of deception and overreach resulted in the usually timorous and compliant rubber stamp operation FISA court making this declaration:

Since 2011, NSA’s minimization procedures have prohibited use of U.S.-person identifiers to query the results of upstream Internet collection under Section 702. The October 26, 2016 Notice informed the Court that NSA analysts had been conducting such queries in violation of that prohibition, with much greater frequency than had previously been disclosed to the Court.”
“At the October 26, 2016 hearing, the Court ascribed the government’s failure to disclose those IG and OCO reviews at the October 4, 2016 hearing to an institutional ‘lack of candor’ on NSA’s part and emphasized that ‘this is a very serious Fourth Amendment issue.

Here is a compilation of links to FISA declassified documents done by The Washington Post

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