How 4Chan McFooled Walnuts McCain, Buzzfeed, and the CIA
The_Real_Fly, ZeroHedge, Jan 11 2017
Ok, there is a lot to go through with this story, which is going to end up being one of the biggest embarrassments for Buzzfeed, the CIA, and Walnuts McCain ever. First let’s go over what happened, in reference to the pesudo intelligence report aka ‘dossier’ published by the high level retards over at Buzzfeed.
I know this appears to be unbelievable, but it’s all verifiable. The neocon shill of a reporter from Buzzfeed, Rick Wilson, was catfished by some autist from the Hitler-loving 4chan message boards and made to believe Trump enjoyed getting urinated on and all sorts of outlandish stuff. Truly, this is incredible. Let me post some screen shots.
That right there is the head of Buzzfeed explaining why he published a dodgy report of utter nonsense that was, apparently, fished around to other news agencies and summarily rejected, because its retard level was too high even for the NYT.
Since the 4chan ruse was revealed, Rick Wilson has been made out to be a top moron with a propeller helmet, laughed at and derided as a person of very low standing. The heat is, apparently, getting to him.
Wikileaks calls bullshit on the report.
What sort of nonsense is in this top secret dossier? How about this?
And now to the curious case of John McCain, war shill, neocon lover of death of agony. Source: Guardian
Senator John McCain passed documents to the FBI director, James Comey, last month alleging secret contacts between the Trump campaign and Moscow and that Russian intelligence had personally compromising material on the president-elect himself. The material, which has been seen by the Guardian, is a series of reports on Trump’s relationship with Moscow. They were drawn up by a former western counter-intelligence official, now working as a private consultant. BuzzFeed on Tuesday published the documents, which it said were “unverified and potentially unverifiable.” The Guardian has not been able to confirm the veracity of the documents’ contents, and the Trump team has consistently denied any hidden contacts with the Russian government.
The media ran with the ‘explosive news’ and will now get to enjoy its explosion, as they hold it near their tiny little hearts.
Trump is now pissing all over these guys.
Archived Posts Prove 4Chan Trolled CIA With Trump Golden Shower Story – Entire Russian Hack Narrative Imploding?
The entire Russian Hacking narrative may have just been destroyed by trolls on the internet, after the 35-page hoax dossier on Trump’s relationship with Russia was “leaked” by Buzzfeed today, after being heavily fluffed by CNN. If you’re not up to speed on the 35-page report released today, and its same-day deconstruction, below is a recap straight from ZeroHedge, since they’ve been all over this thing. If you’re up to speed already, scroll down for 4chan proof. First, CNN put out a new anti-Trump hit piece today, alleging that a former British MI6 officer compiled and delivered a 35-page report to the CIA:
In a report that will likely set much of the liberal media on fire in the coming days, CNN reports, citing “multiple Pindo boxtops,” that top intel boxtops last week briefed Trump about Russian operatives’ claims that they had compromised Trump’s personal and financial information. The two-page document, which was presented to Trump as an appendix to last week’s briefing, also noted allegations that there was an exchange of information between Trump surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government during the campaign.
Then, Buzzfeed published the entire 35-page report, which began to unravel immediately. Note that Buzzfeed was one of the early adopters of the phrase “Fake News, in April” parroting the newly-minted phrase days after the WaPo used it to discredit Trump supporters. To return to ZeroHedge:
As reported moments ago, CNN is leading with a story about a 35-page dossier compiled by a former MI6 officer, which had been distilled into a 2-page appendix, presented to Trump last Friday by the Pindo intel boxtops, which contains “explosive but unverified allegations” that the Russian government has been “cultivating, supporting and assisting” Donald Trump for at least 5 years and “endorsed by Putin” has gained compromising information about him with the aim of “encouraging splits and divisions in the western alliance.” The memo has allegedly been circulating among Congress critturs, spooks & journos for weeks.
Trump chimed in, calling it FAKE NEWS.
As the lascivious details and inconsistencies in the report began to emerge, Buzzfeed editor in chief Ben Smith distanced himself, citing “clear errors.”
And in a bizarre twist, a 4chan user claims to have fabricated the claims in the 35-page report. Here from a subsequent ZeroHedge post):
In a story that is getting more surreal by the minute, a post on 4Chan now claims that the infamous “golden showers” scene in the unverified 35-page dossier, allegedly compiled by an MI6 officer, was a hoax and fabricated by a member of the chatboard as “fan fiction” & sent to Rick Wilson, who proceeded to send it to the CIA, which then put it in their official classified intelligence report on the election. Here is 4Chan’s explanation of how the story came to light: pol/acks mailed fan fiction to anti-Trump pundit Rick Wilson, about Trump making people piss on a bed the Obamas slept in. He thought it was real and gave it to the CIA, who put it into their official classified intelligence report on Russian involvement in the election. Trump and Obama have both read this pol/acks fan fiction. The CIA has concluded that the Russians plan to blackmail Trump with this story we made up. Just let that sink in, what we have become.
OK, so some guy just said that, but where’s the proof? RIGHT HERE, thanks to the 4chan archive of the original post from Nov 1, talking about the whole plan to give the #FakeNews to Rick Wilson. First post:
These 4chan users had clearly discussed OP giving Rick Wilson fake information prior to Nov 1, which was partially or entirely included in the 35-page report linking Trump directly to Russia. From here on out, assuming this is all true, it doesn’t matter how “legit” any report, document or declaration is from any agency regarding Russian involvement in the Pindo elections. Even if there were credible evidence in the case, which there is not, it simply won’t matter after today. On Tuesday, CNN reported that Trump and Obama had been briefed by the intel community on memos alleging there was communication between Trump’s campaign and Russian officials. CNN suggested the existence of highly-compromising material targeting Trump which had been compiled by a former British MI6 officer, writing:
CNN has reviewed a 35-page compilation of the memos, from which the two-page synopsis was drawn. The memos originated as opposition research, first commissioned by anti-Trump Republicans, and later by Democrats. At this point, CNN is not reporting on details of the memos, as it has not independently corroborated the specific allegations. But in preparing this story, CNN has spoken to multiple high-ranking intel, admin, congress & law-enforcement boxtops, as well as foreign boxtops and others in the private sector with direct knowledge of the memos.
The Clinton News Network (as some call it) noted that while the former British intelligence officer’s work is credible, the specific allegations presented in the document have produced inconsistencies and have yet to be confirmed.
Among the unverifiable claims (above), Trump is accused of participating in extremely graphic sexual fetishism in the Moscow Ritz-Carlton. While CNN did not publish the report, BuzzFeed did, knowing full well that the unverified memos would off a media frenzy of unsubstantiated rumors. Ben Smith, BuzzFeed’s editor-in-chief, explained the decision to publish the unsubstantiated claims by saying:
Pindosis can make up their own minds.
These senior intelligence officials also included the synopsis to demonstrate that Russia had compiled information potentially harmful to both political parties, but only released information damaging to Hillary Clinton and Democrats.
Both MoJo and Newsweek published similar reports over the course of the election, suggesting a British intelligence officer, who specialized in Russian counter-intelligence, had produced the report. However, it was BuzzFeed that took the dive and opted to publish the memo on Tuesday. MoJo’s Faschingstein Bureau Chief David Corn noted that he did not even publish the full memos due to the uncertainty of their validity:
Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic echoed his sentiment:
In response to the allegations, Trump tweeted that the BuzzFeed story was “fake news” and “a total political witch hunt.”
The report also alleges that Michael Cohen, Trump’s attorney and legal counsel, was central to “the ongoing secret liaison relationship between the New York tycoon’s campaign and the Russian leadership” and that he met secretly with Kremlin officials in Prague in Aug 2016. However, Cohen has vehemently denied these allegations and noted that he has never been to Prague in his life:
The Atlantic‘s Rosie Gray reported that Cohen was with his son, visiting the University of Southern California and meeting with the school’s baseball coach during that time.
Gray previously worked for BuzzFeed. Cohen told The Atlantic:
I’m telling you emphatically that I’ve not been to Prague, I’ve never been to Czech, I’ve not been to Russia. The story is completely inaccurate. It is fake news meant to malign Mr Trump.
Other websites had also reportedly been pitched with the memos but decided against running with them:
The timing of the questionable BuzzFeed and CNN reports is notable, considering Trump is holding his first-ever press conference as president-elect on Wednesday in New York, and it is more than likely the Democrats and his Republican nemeses will almost certainly ask him questions about the baseless claims in the memos.
Here’s the MI6-originated drivel, all 35 pp of it – RB
Leaked Dossier Claims Russia Has ‘Blackmail Videos’ on Trump
Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com, Jan 10 2017
CNN is reporting that Russia has “compromising personal and financial information” about Trump, claiming that a summary of the source document was presented to Trump during Friday’s intelligence briefing. There has been no verification of any of the claims in the dossier, which supposedly came from a former British intelligence (MI6 – RB) agent. The allegations were said to be so explosive that the summary memo itself was only shared with a handful of top boxtops, and deliberately excluded from even the classified reports on Russia’s election hacking. The narrative on the anti-Hillary hacking was mostly the same as was presented by the same boxtops previously, but it included several new details. The summary memo that Trump was reportedly shown, did not detail the dirt Russia had on him, but the dossier itself claims multiple sex tapes as the substantive part of it. It advanced the following claim, among others:
- Several figures in the Trump campaign were in league with the Russian government during the campaign, and that Russia had been conspiring with them to groom Trump as an ally for “at least five years.”
- Exchanges of information between Trump and the Kremlin for “at least eight years,” meaning the ties would have gone back as far as the last year of the Bush 43 administration.
- Former Trump adviser Carter Page, his personal lawyer Michael Cohen, and incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, personally and repeatedly met with Kremlin officials on anti-Clinton leaks.
- Russia is “trying to move the international order back to nineteenth-century Great Power politics.” No evidence of any of this exists.
- Trump went out of his way during a 2013 visit to Moscow to rent out the presidential suite in the Ritz Carlton, knowing that the Obamas had stayed there (in order to “defile” the bed the Obamas had slept in by hiring prostitutes to piss on it in front of him, the phrase used being “golden showers” – RB). The FSB reportedly had multiple concealed cameras and microphones in the room at the time.
- Trump had repeatedly gone to Moscow and St Petersberg on business and “had to settle for the use of extensive sexual services from the local prostitutes rather than business success.”
- Trump held “wild sex parties” in St Petersberg, but that Putin’s goons had had the direct witnesses to such parties “silenced,” either bought off or coerced into leaving the city.
- An alleged former Russian intelligence officer claims that Trump’s “unorthodox behavior” over the years during his many visits to Russia had left them with more than enough dirt with which to blackmail him.
- Russia had a deal with Trump’s campaign to leak the DNC emails to WikiLeaks in return for Trump questioning Pindosi support for NATO, particularly in the Baltic states, the idea being that Russia expected this to distract from Ukraine.
- Russia routinely swapped dirt on Clinton with the Trump campaign in return for information the Trump team had gathered on Russian oligarchs and their families living in Pindostan.
- Russia had repeatedly tried to bribe Trump with juicy real estate deals related to the 2018 World Cup, but Trump had “for reasons unknown” not accepted them.
- Russia had decided not to publicize the dirt they had on Trump so far, or directly threaten to blackmail the Trump team, because they were getting such good voluntary cooperation.
The two-page summary memo of all these allegations, which included none of the details, was reportedly only shared with a handful of officials, though CNN speculated that this was the source of Harry Reid’s accusations that the FBI had “explosive” intelligence on Trump that they were withholding in the lead up to the vote. The story is already falling apart. The following post from 4chan asserts that the whole thing is a hoax. On Jan 10, Buzzfeed posted a story under the byline of Ken Bensinger, Mark Schoofs and Miriam Elder titled “these reports Allege Trump Has Deep Ties To Russia” and posted a link to a document alleging among other things that Russia has been cultivating Trump for 5+ years, that Trump has been in constant contact with the Kremlin for information on his opponents, and that there are many recorded instances of blackmail of Trump over sexual misconduct. A prominent claim is that Trump rented the presidential suite of the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Moscow, where he knew that the Obamas had slept, and then hired a number of prostitutes to perform a ‘golden shower’ on the bed and in the room. The noted #nevertrump voice Rick Wilson later Tweeted that the report “gave a new meaning to Wikileaks” and that the report was the reason everybody was fighting so hard against the election of Trump:
The remarkable thing? It’s all a prank perpetuated by 4chan on Rick Wilson himself. A post on 4chan on Oct 26 stated under a picture of a smug face with a hash name:
mfw managed to convince CTR and certain (((journalists))) on Twitter there’ll be an October surprise on Trump this Friday.
On Nov 1, a person without a picture, presumably the same person, posted:
So they took what I told Rick Wilson and added a Russian spy angle to it. They still believe it. Guys, they’re truly fucking desperate – there’s no remaining Trump scandal that’s credible.
On Jan 10, moments after the story broke and began to gain traction on social media, a person with the same smug grin fac, and the same hash title for the picture posted:
I didn’t think they’d take it so far.
This story has taken on something of a life of its own. Going through Rick Wilson’s Tweets, you can find many (claiming) that he had shown the story to a wide number of anti-Trump news sources, trying to find a news organization that would actually publish the story. During that time period, he referred to it often as ‘the thing’, and often playing coy with followers on the content with the story with anybody who was not also a #Nevertrumper. Unconfirmed sources has people as high up as Walnuts McCain giving the story to Comey to attempt to verify it. Given that Rick Wilson runs in Establishment circles, it is not impossible that long-serving senators are falling for a 4chan pro-Trump troll creating an ironic October Surprise out of wholecloth to punk Walnuts McCain, who once derogatorily referred to them as single men who masturbate to anime.
Intel chiefs presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him
Evan Perez, Jim Sciutto, Jake Tapper, Carl Bernstein, CNN, Jan 10 2017
Classified documents presented last week to Obama and Trump included allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Trump, multiple boxtops tell CNN. The allegations were presented in a two-page synopsis that was appended to a report on Russian interference in the 2016 election. The allegations came from memos compiled by a former MI6 officer. The FBI is investigating the credibility and accuracy of these allegations, which are based primarily on information from Russian sources, but has not confirmed many essential details in the memos about Trump. The classified briefings last week by DNI Clapper, DCI Brennan, FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Rogers included the synopsis to make Trump aware that such allegations involving him are circulating in Faschingstein, and to makre it seem that Russia had compiled information potentially harmful to both political parties, but only released information damaging to Hillary & the Demagogues. This synopsis was not an official part of the report from the intel community case about Russian hacks, but it augmented the evidence that Moscow intended to harm Clinton’s candidacy and help Trump’s. The two-page synopsis also included allegations that there was a continuing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government. These allegations about communications between the Trump campaign and the Russians, mentioned in classified briefings for congress critturs last year, prompted Harry Reid to send a letter to Comey in October, in which he wrote:
It has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government, a foreign interest openly hostile to Pindostan (sic – RB).
CNN has confirmed that the synopsis was included in the documents that were presented to Trump, and reviewed a 35-page compilation of the memos from which the two-page synopsis was drawn. The memos originated as opposition research, first commissioned by anti-Trump Thugs and later continued by Demagogs. Some of the memos were circulating as far back as last summer. What has changed since then is that the Pindo intel agencies have proclaimed that the former MI6 officer has a vast network throughout Europe credible enough to make him saleable to Obama & Trump. The same day that Trump was briefed, the “Gang of Eight” in Congress were also provided a summary of the memos regarding Trump, written without the detailed specifics and information about sources and methods included in the memos by the former British intel boxtop. The synopsis was considered so sensitive it was not included in the classified report that was more widely distributed, but rather in an annex only shared with Obama, Trump and the eight Congressional leaders. CNN has learned that on Dec 9, Walnuts McCain gave a full copy of the memos, dated from June 2016 through Dec 2016, to Comey. Walnyts got the memos from a former British diplomat who had been posted in Moscow. But the FBI had already been given a set of the memos compiled up to Aug 2016, when the former MI6 agent presented them to an FBI official in Rome. The raw memos on which the synopsis is based were prepared by the former MI6 agent, who was in Russia in the 1990s and now runs a private intel firm. His investigations related to Trump were initially funded by GOP groups and donors opposing Trump during the GOP primaries, but once Trump became the nominee, further investigation was funded by groups and donors supporting Clinton. Some of the allegations were first reported publicly in Mother Jones one week before the election. One senior admin boxtop told CNN:
I have a sense the outgoing admin & intel community is setting down the pieces, so this must be investigated seriously and run down. I think concern was to be sure that whatever information was out there is put into the system, so it is evaluated as it should be and acted upon as necessary.
FBI chief given dossier by Walnuts alleging secret Trump-Russia contacts
Julian Borger, Graun, Jan 11 2017
Walnuts McCain passed documents to Comey last month alleging secret contacts between the Trump campaign and Moscow, and that Russian intelligence had personally compromat on Trump himself. The material, which has been seen by the Guardian, is a series of reports on Trump’s relationship with Moscow. They were drawn up by a former western counter-intelligence official, now working as a private consultant. Late on Tuesday, Trump tweeted:
An official in the Pindosi administration who spoke to the Guardian described the source who wrote the intelligence report as consistently reliable, meticulous and well-informed, with a reputation for having extensive Russian contacts. Some of the reports, which are dated from Jun 20 to Oct 20 last year, also proved to be prescient, predicting events that happened after they were sent. One report, dated Jun 2016, claims that the Kremlin has been cultivating, supporting and assisting Trump for at least five years, with the aim of encouraging “splits and divisions in western alliance.” It claims that Trump had declined “various sweetener real estate deals offered him in Russia,” especially in developments linked to the 2018 World Cup finals. The report alleges explosively:
He and his inner circle have accepted a regular flow of intelligence from the Kremlin, including on his Democrat and other political rivals. FSB has compromised Trump through his activities in Moscow sufficiently to be able to blackmail him.
CNN reported on Tuesday that the FBI was still investigating the credibility of the documents but that the intelligence chiefs had included a summary of the material in their briefings last week to Obama and Trump. The emergence of the documents is potentially explosive, 10 days before Trump’s inauguration and on the eve of his first planned press conference since July last year. Despite glowing references from Pindo & foreign boxtops who have worked with the source, there are some errors in the reports, such as describing the Moscow suburb of Barvikha as “reserved for the residences of the top leadership and their close associates,” and misspelling the name of a Russian banking corporation. The FBI does not normally make any comment on ongoing counter-intelligence investigations, but was under increasing pressure from Democrats and some Republicans to act before the inauguration, making up for for Comey’s public resumption of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server eleven days before the election, which many of her supporters believe cost her the presidency. The reports were initially commissioned as opposition research during the presidential campaign, but its author was sufficiently alarmed by what he discovered to send a copy to the FBI. It is unclear who within the organisation they reached and what action the bureau took. Harry Reid has lambasted Comey for publicising investigations into Hillary Clinton’s private server, while allegedly sitting on “explosive” material on Trump’s ties to Russia. Ron Wyden questioned Comey insistently at a Senate intelligence committee hearing on Tuesday on whether the FBI was pursuing leads on Trump campaign contacts with Russia. Wyden asked:
Has the FBI investigated these reported relationships?
I would never comment on investigations … in a public forum.
The Guardian can confirm that the documents reached the top of the FBI by December. Walnuts McCain was informed about the existence of the documents separately by an intermediary from
a western-allied state Ukraine and decided to present the material to Comey at a meeting on Dec 9, according to a source aware of the meeting. The documents, which were first reported on last year by MoJo, are also in the hands of White House boxtops (Obama boxtops – RB). Walnuts was sufficiently impressed by the source’s credentials to feel obliged to pass them to the FBI. The Senate armed services committee, which McCain chairs, launched an inquiry last week into Russian cyber-attacks during the election. Walnuts pushed instead for the creation of a Senate committee to look into connections between campaign staff and Moscow, but the proposal was blocked by the GOP leadership. McCain told the NBC Meet the Press on Sunday:
I would like to see a select committee. Apparently that is not in agreement by our leadership. So we will move forward with the armed services committee and I’m sure foreign relations and intelligence committee will as well. It is possible if enough information comes out, that that decision could be reversed. I still think it’s the best way to attack the issue.
Asked on the same programme on whether an investigation was ongoing into campaign links to Moscow, Lindsey Graham said:
I believe that it’s happening.
According to the report passed to Comey, Russian intelligence allegedly gathered compromising material during Trump’s stay in Moscow in Nov 2013, when he was in the city to host the Miss Universe pageant. Another report dated Jul 19 last year said that Carter Page, since named by Trump as one of his foreign policy advisers, met Igor Sechin, head of Rosneft that month, as well as Igor Divyekin, an internal affairs official with a background in intelligence, who is said to have warned Page that Moscow had “kompromat” on Trump. Two months later, allegations of Page’s meetings surfaced in the Pindo media, attributed to intelligence sources, along with reports that he had been under FBI scrutiny. Page, a vociferous supporter of the Kremlin line, was in Moscow in July to make a speech decrying western policy towards Russia. At the time he declined to say whether he had been in contact with Russian officials, but in September he rejected the reports as “garbage.” The FBI applied for a warrant from the FISA court over the summer to monitor four members of the Trump team suspected of irregular contacts with Russian officials. The FISA court turned down the application. According to one report, the FBI was finally granted a warrant in October. It is not clear whether any warrant led to a full investigation. A month after Trump’s surprise election victory, Page was back in Moscow saying he was meeting with “business leaders and thought leaders”, dismissing the FBI investigation as a “witch-hunt” and suggesting the Russian hacking of the DMC + Podesta alleged by Pindo intelligence agencies, could be a false flag operation to incriminate Moscow. Another of the reports compiled by the former western counter-intelligence official in July said that members of Trump’s team led by campaign manager Paul Manafort, a former consultant for pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine, had knowledge of the DNC hack. It also claimed:
(Manafort) had agreed to sideline Russian intervention in Ukraine as a campaign issue and to raise Pindo/NATO defence commitments in the Baltics and Eastern Europe to deflect attention away from Ukraine.