The Declassified Russian Hacking “Intelligence” Report is Devoid of Any Evidence and Apparently Based on Previous Lies

by Scott Creighton

Yesterday (Friday Jan. 6th 2017) around 1pm, the Department of National Intelligence released their declassified report (PDF) on the Russian hacking story or the Russian “influence” story that has been taking shape here in the States surrounding Hillary Clinton’s crash and burn presidential campaign of 2016. At about the same time, a man got off a plane in Florida and took a gun from his checked bag and opened fire on people in the baggage claim area of an airport, emptying 3 clips before lying down on the ground and waiting to be arrested. That man claimed earlier that the CIA had been trying to force him to watch “ISIS” videos.

Each and every page of the declassified report contains in the top header an official disclaimer of sorts which reads:

“This report is a declassified version of a highly classified assessment; its conclusions are identical to those in the highly classified assessment but this version does not include the full supporting information on key elements of the influence campaign.”

Key here is the fact that the report contains no facts. None. Zip. Zilch. No evidence reported in the report whatsoever.

Also key is the word “assessment” and in the beginning of the declassified report, they take the time to explain that term:

“When Intelligence Community analysts use words such as “we assess” or “we judge,” they are conveying an analytic assessment or judgment. Some analytic judgments are based directly on collected information; others rest on previous judgments, which serve as building blocks in rigorous analysis

“(O)thers rest on previous judgements”. Got that? No evidence reported in this report and they tell you right off the bat that in all likelihood, this “assessment” is based on “previous” assessment, which as we all know, were bullshit. “Grizzly steppe” anyone?

Here is a little glimpse into some of those “previous judgements”:

this report is provided “as is” for informational purposes only. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) does not provide any warranties of any kind regarding any information contained within.”

The current assessment based in part on previous assessments which the intelligence services provide no “warranties of any kind” regarding the information they provided.

Got that? New bullshit based on piles of older, baseless bullshit.

Buried deep in various articles about the new release we find a little rational thought on this evidence. That of course is buried under tons of regurgitated, unsubstantiated accusations leveled at Vladamir Putin, Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks.

The report contains scant information on attribution
That may not be enough for some critics, who have been publicly calling on the intelligence community to release more information explaining how it linked hacking operations to Russia” The Verge

And by “scant information” they mean “no information”

“Some critics” may not find their baseless accusations to be “enough” to jump on the New McCarthyism bandwagon. How unfortunate. But apparently the Verge doesn’t mind Megaphoning Mockingbird fake news:

“The report also publicly names Guccifer 2.0 and DCLeaks.com, two sources of stolen information released to the public, as Russian operatives working on behalf of the country’s military intelligence unit, the GRU.” The Verge

This “intelligence” report is not a report. If you produced something like this in high school for your final essay in your political science class, you would be given an “F” because it is baseless and throws around completely unsubstantiated, antagonist accusations without a single shred of evidence to support any of it.

Not only that, but it’s apparent foundation is the lies and deception that has come before it. Talk about building a castle in a swamp.

Yet, the media is out there right now, on both sides of the artificial divide, reporting on this bloated Red Scare propaganda effort as if it is the gold standard in U.S. intelligence efforts.

Unfortunately, it is. And that says a lot about our “intel” services today.

Hillary Clinton lost to the most unpopular presidential candidate in U.S. history because she was a corrupt war-mongering fake leftist running on a base of fear-mongering and lies. Her career of corruption lost her the election, not Vladamir Putin.

She stole the nomination from Bernie Sanders, a FACT that was exposed by the DNC LEAK (not “hack”)

She had the general election won after that ridiculous video of Trump talking about “grabbing women by the pussy” came out and yet she still managed to lose when the Director of the FBI announced they had found a laptop in the possession of Anthony Weiner that had all her erased emails still on it. That’s when she finally lost.

Are we to believe James Comey is also a Russian agent?

The reality is, this disinformation campaign is being run for two reasons: to keep the new cold war of the New McCarthyism alive and well and … to exonerate the establishment’s candidate, Hillary Clinton, of the crimes she committed which were exposed during her campaign.

In all likelihood, the original emails released by Guccifer and published by Wikileaks came from our own intelligence services. Wikileaks is, after all, a psyop conducted by them.

And in case anyone forgot, the slow drip, drip, drip of emails released during the entirety of the general election process were coming from the FBI… not Guccifer 2.0, not DCLeaks and not Vladamir Putin.

Are we to assume the FBI is also an agent for the Kremlin?

This is the most ridiculous historical rewrite I have witnessed from our government in quite sometime and I have to wonder about the shooting down here in Florida that just happened to take place an hour before the release of this baseless drivel being spoonfed to willing apologists in the corporate media.

Not only was it released on a Friday afternoon in order to kill it in the news cycle… but it also just HAPPENED to coincide with YET ANOTHER mass casualty event featuring a guy with ABSOLUTELY NO MOTIVE and one this time who says he had been receiving messages from the CIA to watch “ISIS” propaganda videos.

CIA? Mentioned in his story? And the CIA “intelligence” report… all on the same day?

Makes you think, doesn’t it? Or… does it? It’s pretty damn obvious and takes a highly “educated” form of journalist to miss it.

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20 Responses

  1. That fake report supports the biggest lie, that Russia is opposition to NATO, not part of the NWO.
    The filthy swine who work at the willyloman site also support that same big lie. Scum!

    • oh look, it’s ben the greasy troll — and you’re back with another stupid comment. how do you come up with these gems?

  2. What was really shocking was that 95% of the report was filled, not with hacking info, but with the kind of accusatory rhetoric I hadn’t heard since the bad old days of Joe McCarthy’s Red Scare strategy. Those of us critical of Hillary and our corporate owned and operated government were accused in the report of being either duped by Russian propaganda indirectly or of being conscious trolls or “Russian government linked actors.” Most of the report singled out RT (formerly Russia Today) as being the main disseminator of this disinformation with their stories critical of the treatment of Occupy, their reports on the fracking epidemic, and their critique of our demonstrably corrupt election process.

    Just imagine the audacity of those devious Russians—feeding us a news network that tells the truth about our government and the power elite who rule us! I must admit myself to being duped by the likes of such esteemed reporters and columnists as Larry King, Abby Martin, Tom Hartmann, Chris Hedges, Ed Schultz, Mike Papantonio, Lee Camp, and Peter Lavelle, all of whom are now revealed by this report as being conscious propagandists for the Putin Party line!

    (This is the Internet after all, so I have to announce for the more gullible, literal readers that the previous paragraph was intended satirically.)

    It won’t be much of a stretch to go from the accusations in this report to a bipartisan program of investigations and purges of individuals identified as un-American. The shade of Joe McCarthy must be smiling broadly this week end. I bet the Devil will even give him Sunday off to celebrate!

  3. They’re scapegoating Russia to take attention off of Ms. Clinton’s crime(s) and fake media fell for it. I am waiting for city-goats and hill-billies to wake up and ask, “Wha’ di’h thoze ee’mails say? ineeway.”

    • I made this comment earlier and later failed to see it appear under comments. I am reposting it here. If my comments do happen to appear twice I would appreciate it if the administrator would delete one of them.

      What no one seems to be noticing about the “Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections” and what for me was really shocking was that 95% of the report was filled, not with hacking info, but with the kind of accusatory rhetoric I hadn’t heard since the bad old days of Joe McCarthy’s Red Scare strategy.

      Those of us critical of Hillary and our corporate owned and operated government were accused in the report of being either duped by Russian propaganda indirectly or of being conscious trolls or “Russian government linked actors.” Most of the report singled out RT (formerly Russia Today) as being the main disseminator of this disinformation with their stories critical of the treatment of Occupy, their reports on the fracking epidemic, and their critique of our demonstrably corrupt election process.

      Just imagine the audacity of those devious Russians—feeding us a news network that tells the truth about our government and the power elite who rule us! I must admit myself to being duped by the likes of such esteemed reporters and columnists as Larry King, Abby Martin, Tom Hartmann, Chris Hedges, Ed Schultz, Mike Papantonio, Lee Camp, and Peter Lavelle, all of whom are now revealed by this report as being conscious propagandists for the Putin Party line!

      (This is the Internet after all, so I have to announce for the more gullible, literal readers that the previous paragraph was intended satirically.)

      It won’t be much of a stretch to go from the accusations in this report to a bipartisan program of investigations and purges of individuals identified as un-American. The shade of Joe McCarthy must be smiling broadly this week end. I bet the Devil will even give him Sunday off to celebrate!

  4. “Department of National Intelligence”? You have to laugh at the mere idea that there is any intelligence at all in this nation. National Intelligence? Now that’s a subject wherein the proof of the truth abounds …
    I guess we’re going to have to wait another coupla weeks to be able to judge the efficacy of this Keystone Kops-ish psy-op.

    • Heydan just said the intel was “a brick short of a load”. lol. A load? It’s all the bricks short of a load. There is no load. There is no evidence. none at all. I bet Michael was never a mason’s laborer if he thinks that qualifies as any sort of a “load”

  5. It’s even worse than that, Scott. Annex A, which constitutes pages 6-12 of the 14 pages (page 14 is blank),has the following disclaimer:
    “*This annex was originally published on 11 December 2012 by the Open Source Center, now the Open Source
    Enterprise.”

    Got that? The Annex was written in 2012! WTF?

    My favorite though, is thispart -among RTs dastardly deeds itemized in the (ahem) report:

    “In an effort to highlight the alleged “lack of democracy” in the United States, RT broadcast, hosted, and advertised third-party candidate debates and ran reporting supportive of the political agenda of these candidates.”

    Those evil Russkies!

  6. What happened to my response? I submitted it twice?

  7. No one ever denied what was in the “stolen information.” It’s always just about blaming people for letting the truth get out of “hacked emails,” etc.

    Russia ruined our elections by letting the truth get out. These people are too funny.

    • they spoiled our democracy by telling the truth. kinda makes sense when you think about it. except.. Russia wasn’t behind the leaked info. their news outlets just reported on them.

  8. but hey this could get “serial sic ” .
    the treasonous ” intelligence ” murderers are so brazen,
    they don’t even care anymore that their crap lies are so obvious.
    We the sheeple are so brain-ded that they might judge us all set up
    for The Big Kill

  9. In the video below, which is a compilation of videos and witness accounts, there is a part at the 2:20 mark with some footage shot from a hilltop location. The light flashes do not seem like gunshots, and are more likely to be disco lights continuing their flashing even after the presumed shooting starts. (that is, of course, provided that this video is indeed at the time of the actual shooting and not some generic shot of a nightclub from a distance)

    But if you put the volume up slightly, you can hear a pattern of gunshots that are so regular in their sequence that it almost sounds like a looped soundtrack to my very uneducated (for gunshots) ears. I am having trouble counting the shots in each cluster, but in general, it sounds like 3 consecutive bursts of 5 shots each with a slight pause between every burst, and then a longer pause, and repeat pattern.

    I would really appreciate if someone knowledgeable about and experienced with such guns (AK47s and Kalashnikoffs) could help me determine:

    1. Whether or not the rhythmic ratatattat we hear are actual gunshots…
    2. And If they are, is this a regular pattern of shooting with such guns?

    Thanks in advance to anyone who’d care to answer.

    • I find it odd that it starts blurry and remains so. cell phone cameras wont do that.

      • Hi Scott. I am not sure how I did this, but when you replied to my comment I am realizing I posted it in the wrong thread. I’m sorry.

        If it is possible, and not a huge hassle, do you think we could move it to an Istanbul related thread?

        • if you want your icon shown along with your name, you can just copy and paste it over there and I will delete the original afterward. then I will move my comment over as well. if i do it, because i have a different ip address, it wont show your icon (avatar?).

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