“Tough guy” Hussein Obama told reporters in the White House that he “told Russia to stop it.” He said, “The intelligence that I’ve seen gives me great confidence in their assessment that the Russians carried out this hack.” He’s just not willing to share that information with anyone, the CIA isn’t willing to defend those claims to Congress and there is no evidence of any kind being put forward. Just claims made by anonymous sources inside the intelligence community. That’s hardly a smoking gun or the kind of evidence you’d need to raise tensions between two of the most powerful nuclear nations on earth.
Pro-Muslim operative and CIA Director John Brennan said, “There is strong consensus among us on the scope, nature and intent of Russian interference in our presidential election.” The analysis by these geniuses is then highlighted as “multiple possible motives,” the only ones imaginable. There are three possibilities, to undermine confidence which would require a compromise of the totals, which did not happen and which, in our decentralized system, is nearly impossible. The objective could also be to help Mr. Trump or defeat Clinton. How much do we pay these experts to come up with such basic observations and why do they insist on pressing us towards the brink of war based upon such thin evidence? What’s in it for them?
Obama doesn’t seem to understand that sometimes he makes himself just look worse by running his mouth. He claims that back in September he delivered a “stern warning” to President Putin at the G20 in China, the same gathering where Obama “self-ratified” the Paris climate treaty in violation of the Constitution.
Obama said, “When I saw President Putin in China, I felt that the most effective way to ensure that that didn’t happen was to talk to him directly. And tell him to cut it out, there were going to be some serious consequences if he didn’t.” Obviously his threats were seen as the empty words of a girly man that they are, as Putin, according to the report, “continued unabated.”
The biased report paints Trump as being in denial for not believing the Russians are behind it, for interpreting the intel differently. The reporter declares that Trump referenced in his comments information “gleaned from one of the emails stolen by Russia.” So the reporter is going to go with what Brennan and Obama said, based upon no evidence and declare that Mr. Trump is just wrong.
It’s more evidence that we have no free press, just free license among the CFR media to fabricate and propagandize to their hearts’ content.
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