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Monday, November 16, 2020

Larry Johnson On The Scytl "Raid"

Briefly, here's what I maintained regarding the purported "raid" in Germany in which servers said to be relevant to the 2020 US election were seized from a Scytl facility in or near Frankfurt. My view was that such an operation--in which private property on German soil was seized--would have had to have been handled through legal channels between the US government and the German government. Since the private property would have been seized for use as evidence in a criminal investigation, proper US warrants would have had to have been obtained and those warrants would have had to conform to German law, as well. To me, that meant that DoJ/FBI--both of which have considerable expertise in such matters--would have taken the lead, which possible assists from DoS. 

The question remaining, of course, was: Did any of this actually happen in the real world? The persons supporting the narrative that this did happen--including Sidney Powell--appeared to me to be credible, yet one would have expected some further confirmation. So far there really hasn't been any.

This morning Larry Johnson, former CIA analyst, has weighed in with a thought provoking account in which he claims he was "reliably informed" of what he says--presumably by former colleagues: Unraveling the Deep State Coup. (h/t "j") I refer you to the full blog for all details, but here's the short version.

The core of Johnson's account is that the servers in question were not owned by private companies: Dominion or Scytl, or anyone else. Rather, they were owned by CIA. That, of course, would put an entirely different light on the legalities that would have been in play. If the Scytl facility were US government property, and if the personnel effecting the seizure of the servers were proceeding in accordance with valid orders, there would have been no need for German government involvement. Here's how Johnson puts that:


I am reliably informed that a unit under the command of USEUCOM (i.e., United States European Command) did in fact conduct an operation to take control of computer servers. But these servers belong to the CIA, not Dominion or Sctyl. The U.S. military has full authority to do this because any CIA activity in the European theater is being conducted using military cover. In other words, CIA officers would be identified to the German government (and anyone else asking) as military employees or consultants.


This is, in concept, absolutely true. Again, the question remains, did this actually happen in the real world? Johnson says he has been "reliably informed" that it did.

If this did happen, like me, Johnson maintains that US law enforcement would have been involved to take custody--in order to maintain the chain of custody of the evidence for possible use in a US court:


Such an operation would have been carried out with U.S. law enforcement present to take custody of the evidence. That means that the evidence will be under the control of the Department of Justice through US Attorneys and can be used in court or other judicial proceedings.


So far, so good. All bases are covered from a legal standpoint. However, Johnson goes further. Much further:


I also have confirmed what Jim Hoft reported the other night–the CIA’s Gina Haspel was not informed in advance of this operation. Based on this fact, I think it is correct that action was taken in Germany on territory under U.S. control and that a CIA facility was targeted.

I also have learned that FBI Director Christopher Wray was excluded from this operation. Wray, more than Haspel, has been working aggressively to undermine and sabotage Donald Trump. This means that some other U.S. law enforcement agency (e.g., US Marshals, DEA, Secret Service, etc) had the lead in collecting the evidence.


Quite frankly, I don't have knowledge of what legal issues would be involved here when it came to circumventing the normal chain of command. I assume that there are provisions for doing so. If I'm correct, that would mean that there would not necessarily be a need to use other law enforcement agencies than the FBI. The shorter chain of operational command and custody is always preferable.

Be that as it may be, the real bombshell in all this would be the exclusion of the Directors of the CIA and FBI from advance knowledge of the operation.

Having gone this far, Johnson then appeals to the credibility of Sidney Powell--as I have done. It is a fact that Powell told Maria Bartiromo yesterday: "I never say anything I can't prove." Moreover, both Powell and Giuliani have repeatedly hinted that they know something about actions taken by components of the US Intel Community which they are not at liberty to discuss. That stance by the two Trump lawyers has been consistent, and in a sense Powell doubled down yesterday when she called for Haspel's immediate firing--for unspecified reasons, although one assumes those reasons relate to the election. Which would fit perfectly with Johnson's reports. So, Johnson adds:


Sidney Powell is a serious lawyer. She is not going to make a false claim. Period. She embodies honesty and integrity. Given her recent statements on Maria Bartoromo and Lou Dobbs and Eric Bolling, she clearly knows that evidence is being collected that will prove beyond reasonable doubt (i.e., the type of evidence required to obtain a criminal conviction) that the CIA had some sort of nefarious relationship with Dominion Software and that Dominion Software was being used abroad and in the United States to conduct voter fraud.


It's also worth noting that Powell yesterday stated that the evidence the Trump team will assemble is "going to blow the mind of everyone in this country." The blowing of minds is a relative concept. Learning that election fraud takes place in the United States would not blow my mind. Learning that it took place on the scale alleged would certainly shock me deeply. Mind blowing? That's hard to say. Learning that the top leadership of the Intel agencies may have been complicit ... beyond doubt that gets me, at any rate, into the realm of the mind blowing.

Final question: Did this happen in the real world? That's what we're all waiting to find out. It remains difficult for me to believe that Giuliani and Powell would be making reckless suggestions that would certainly come back to bite them in court. The shuffling of management at key agencies, the consultations that have taken place, all point to something far out of the ordinary taking place behind the scenes. So, too, does Trump's calm demeanor.

ADDENDUM: From a comment at the link:


Germany, along with most other countries around the world prohibit or severely limit "electronic voting" Declared it was too vulnerable to fraud and hacking after trying this method - now paper ballots only.

So why for 2020, suddenly the big push in the US to get everyone to vote electronically, after decades of failed practices elsewhere in the world? Purveyed by many of the same player foisted on the US election systems.

This voting process was rejected elsewhere because it undermined trust in these country's election integrity:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_voting_by_country

We got sold a pig in a poke this year. Or a donkey's rear end.


75 comments:

  1. The vehemence with which Powell makes her statements is what gives me pause. I'd otherwise be ready to move on.

    Powell's on-boarding to the Trump legal team is for a reason. Some individuals have an innate talent for understanding and working with extremely complex problems. Trump, and I think Powell as well, has a genius level of this talent. Powell has the added talent of being able to boil down the complex into its relevant details so that normal people can understand it, which also makes her an excellent attorney.

    Powell is exactly the attorney you want when the problem is unravelling a large government conspiracy. And although Powell is clearly a conservative partisan, I have no doubt an offer of proof had to be made to her to convince her to take this on. And she would not likely go on national television to double down on something without becoming more convinced she has a successful case to present.



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    1. I can accept that. Certainly in the Flynn case she has seen a level of government/legislative/judicial dishonesty that few others have been exposed to.

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    2. Speaking of the Flynn case, Sullivan has really acted with "dispatch" in accordance with a court directive, hasn't he? Rather revealing of the DC Circus, and Sullivan, as the judicial jokes they are.

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    3. Presuming that all she says is correct, I have yet to hear her or Giuliani pressed on how this works itself out so that electors end up voting for Trump rather than Biden. What is the process by which we get from mad to glad?

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    4. If corruption is proven, the states will not certify the votes and won’t choose electors. The president will have to be chosen by congress. The House will choose the president. There will be one vote cast from each state and considering there are more states represented by republicans, Trump will most likely win. I’ve read that they legally have to vote for their party, but I’m not sure if that’s true.

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  2. Perhaps why Haspel was seen making the rounds on Capitol Hill?

    I've heard both "voter fraud" and "election fraud". Seems they're used interchangeably. I believe Sydney Powell refers to it more as "election fraud". Are they the same thing?

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    1. "Voter" fraud refers to physical actions, like dead people voting, stuffing ballot "boxes", etc., and all the traditional types of fraud. Election fraud refers to the manipulation of tabulations beyond the stage of voter involvement.

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    2. "Voter fraud" can be an element of "election fraud," but the latter refers generally to corrupting results.

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    3. "Perhaps why Haspel was seen making the rounds on Capitol Hill?"

      Or...

      https://www.republicanleader.senate.gov/newsroom/remarks/premature-afghanistan-exit-would-jeopardize-trump-administrations-record-of-success

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    4. Yeah, I noticed that. Interestingly, Putin has said he'd like the US to stay in Afghanistan.

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    5. Maybe Haspel, the democrats and Cocaine Mitch are colluding with Putin.

      Do the nitwit grifters at the Lincoln Log Project support the US staying in A'stan? I mean, I'm aware that the Russia Hoax "dossier" pushers at the Atlantic Council were courting Alfa Bank, but I was just curious about other areas of actual Russia collusion by the Russia hoaxsters.

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  3. Once again, was a US presidential election allowed to be used in a Mother of All Stings operation in which a covert investigative team was secretly collecting incriminating evidence on suspected criminal activity related to election fraud? Do you remember how James Wolfe was caught funneling the Classified FISA application to his lover/reporter? Did the Deep State take the bait and hook themselves? If this raid really happened, then the Deep State is now in Deep DooDoo.

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  4. I still remain VERY skeptical of this entire story. The irony for me is that I fully believe we've been had by a combination of our own intelligence and foreign entities, but that it is unbelievably unlikely we will catch it in any sort of red-handed manner soon, if ever.

    If there is some "mind-blowing" element to come, I am all ears, but thus far, each time either Powell or Rudy has produced a "whistleblower" or definiteive evidence, it has been of the sort that is not even remotely able to count in a court of law. IT workers who happened to be in a room and witnessed some untoward things - and twitter sleuths who run algorithms on an NYT data set do not hard evidence make.

    However, I agree that one US agency seizing property from another US agency on US property makes more sense than one of the other recent suggestions:

    When Scytl weasel-worded some statement about not being physically present in Germany, the other suggestion was that AWS has their primary compute/storage farm in Frankfurt for all of central Europe, and Scytl was a known customer of Amazon's.

    The issue here would have been the extreme political difficulty in securing warrants, the EU's stringent GDPR regs, and the actual difficulty of identifying a specific piece of hardware where data would reside in a cloud scenario.

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    1. Failing to understand the money on the line here is something that some posters maybe refuse to understand. This one is for all the marbles. Follow your common sense and follow your emotions. All of the $$$$ money points to a coup d'tat from the inside with willing accomplices.

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    2. That's why I say what I say on the new post.

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  5. Ron Coleman is one of the Trump campaign attorneys.

    https://twitter.com/RonColeman/status/1328330177219350530

    This is the original tweet he refers to:

    https://twitter.com/trustrestored/status/1328294830125043714

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  6. I wonder how John Brennan is feeling these days.

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  7. Ok, i will leave it to Mark's judgment to decide whether to pass along this linked article. It was contained in the comments to the Johnson article.

    https://distributednews.com/474016.html

    As always a grain of salt is prudent. That said...does anyone doubt that the Deep State, Big Tech, Big Media, CCP et al have been plotting to take down the President since Day 1? In that light, the linked article may have more than a few nuggets of truth.

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    1. The trouble I have with the EO angle is that, in my understanding, the EO targets "foreign powers". Companies located overseas are not ipso facto "foreign powers", which is a technical term I've gone over in some detail in re FISA. Nor are US agencies "foreign powers". There can be de facto foreign powers, i.e., entities in fact that are not state actors, but that gets involved for our purposes. And, of course, there can be individuals or groups of individuals acting as AGENTS of foreign powers. But my understanding is that the EO targets actual foreign powers.

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    2. Quite possible your take is correct. However it is also plausible that foreign powers are involved. There are hints that CCP, Venezuela, Iran and others may have provided funding or other resources. If so, that would seem to qualify and trigger the penalty provisions of the EO.

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  8. I still think that the poisoning of Sergey and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury, England, on March 4, 2018, was related to Christopher Steele's Dossier. I think that Sergey Skripal was one of Steele's "sources" and that Skripal intended to return to Russia and to expose the Dossier.

    At the time of the poisoning, Gina Haspel was the CIA Chief of Station in London.

    After she became the CIA Director, Haspel misinformed President Trump about the poisoning in order to convince him to expel 60 Russian diplomats from the USA.

    I think that the Skripal poisoning is a landmine that is just waiting to blow up.

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    1. Correction:

      Haspel was the CIA Deputy Director when the Skripal poisonings occurred.

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    2. Haspel was CIA Station Chief in London. Think about that. Dominion and Smartmatic both in UK. Lord Mark Maloch Brown and Sir Nigel Knowles both agents of British interference in elections.

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  9. This is more rational, if we still live in a world where rationality is a thing, than the first accounts. If the facility is on U.S. Army property then Army CID would have all the authority required to take custody of the material under consideration.

    I wonder if this is part of the reason for the timing of the shake up at DoD. I will go further and say it would be perfectly legal for Trump, as CinC, to call the base commander directly and instruct him to execute the seizure without notifying his chain-of-command to reduce the likelihood of warning or delay that might allow the erasure or removal of the servers prior to the raid. If so then Trump is finally learning how to handle the DS. Go directly to the lowest level required: force immediate action, without time for consultation, conferencing, etc.
    Tom S.

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  10. After reading Johnson's piece, a few takeaways:

    1. If his piece is at all true, the President needs to go all in on this. The magnitude of the betrayal--- indeed this seems to fit the textbook definition of treason, colluding with a foreign power-- is so great, the national security implications are so dire that tbe President would be justified in sending in federal agents or even military to take immediate control of CIA in Langley as well as other locations implicated in what can only be termed a real and ongoing coup attempt. Martial law may be needed in some cities as the Democrats and their storm troops will certainly react with fury.

    2. This is nothing short of a 2nd American Revolution that could involve seizures of all media and tech entities shown to have materially participated in the foreign interference operation per the President's September 2018 Executive Order declaring a national emergency. The Order provides sweeping powers and penalties against evryone, *everyone* who aided and abetted the interference, including seizure of all assets. Think seizure of domain names, broadcast licenses, congressional offices.. the implications are staggering.

    3. This is indeed "mind blowing." It would indeed be the equivalent of The Kraken.

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    1. Complete agreement.
      Revolution in the air.

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    2. If it is revealed that CIA was in any way involved in manipulating US election results, the Agency as we know it is done. Finished. Kaput. No mas. Game over.

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  11. 1 of the commenters of this article suggests this:

    https://distributednews.com/474016.html

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    1. Mark, Can you comment on the distributednews.com article referenced by AmericanCardigan? Thanks, I know you are working overtime for all of us. Your insight helps us maintain our sanity.
      BH

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    2. I responded to it earlier when the link was first posted:

      https://meaninginhistory.blogspot.com/2020/11/larry-johnson-on-scytl-raid.html?showComment=1605544860709#c3559881142546403840

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  12. This is interesting. Haspel was not included in Friday's intelligence briefing of POTUS.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/live-blog/2020-11-13-trump-biden-transition-n1247607/ncrd1247789
    The "raid" appears to have happened on Thursday or Friday.

    Andy S.

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    1. If there was a raid in Germany, Trump didn't want to give Haspel a heads up on it.

      Haspel may be making the rounds on Capital Hill to to either warn the Democrats about what has been discovered, or how Democrats can spin it.

      If the evidence from the raid, again if it happened, is so strong, that would be a good reason to drop the current lawsuits. They can always be refiled.

      This could the huge game changer.

      If there was a raid, and proof of changed ballots, added ballots has been discovered; there will be a lot of very nervous/scared people involved.

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    2. WikiLeaks called US Consulate in Frankfurt a "CIA Hacker site"

      https://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/neue-wikileaks-enthuellung-cia-spioniert-von-frankfurt-aus-14914346.html

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    3. That was pretty much an open secret for a long time.

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  13. Here is what Scytl says it did during our 2020 elections. How did they fit in with the overall exertion of fraudulent activity? I am not a techie, so forgive my ignorance…

    https://scytl.us/scytls-role-in-2020-us-general-election/

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  14. Another piece of the puzzle........fast-forward to the Bartiromo/Powell segment. Powell implies--strongly--that the software was written specifically for manipulation purposes. Well.....this s/w was utilized in a number of 3rd-world and/or 2nd-world countries; CIA is known to interfere with elections worldwide, so.......https://www.theeponymousflower.com/2020/11/if-voting-was-capable-of-changing.html

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  15. Deep State Will Be Defeated - Very Interesting News. Interview with attorney L. Lin Wood. (Howie Carr)

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/qeNZJ2aDFRI?fbclid=IwAR1-hwuVrvIMrWBlwmOlD3jtvRzvtRjnodfkHacAsj-Lq1PUK2iqhHj47ug

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    1. Wow. L. Lin Wood makes some incredible claims in that interview. And he sounds supremely confident. I'm trying not to drink the hopium, but that blew my socks off. Well worth a listen.

      Andy S.

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    2. @Anon - thanks for the word hopium; that will get a lot of use.

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    3. I can't claim credit for "hopium." I think I first saw it used by another commentator at this site. But it is apt.

      Andy S.

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    4. Same URL except showing the usual youtube layout:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeNZJ2aDFRI

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    5. Just listened to L. Lin Wood. Confidence is infectious. Listening with interest. Carr asks more than once about timing. Wood says I don’t
      know about timing. I am hopeful but very skeptical. We are not dealing with “fair minded Americans” on the other side. They will blow through
      whatever allegations, however strongly supported, as nonsense. I am particularly concerned about the state legislatures acting as he describes. Very weak group-dealt with Pa. guys. Hopium it is!

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    6. I agree with all who have listened to Howie Carr's interview with Lin Wood and find Wood's point of view compelling.

      The one aspect of the interview which is a continuing cause for concern is the timing aspect. Carr asked Wood whether there was time before the impending election deadlines to prove the various frauds. Wood couldn't give any assurances about timing...my takeaway is that the legal efforts to obtain justice will take as long as they take...and they may not move as quickly as we'd like.

      The wildcard is PDJT. We still really don't know his game plan. I, for one, cannot underestimate him.

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  16. Carter Center has been certified by Georgia’s Secretary of State Raffensberger to monitor the senatorial election in January. That does not sound like a good idea for many reasons. Here, for example:

    After the presidential recall referendum of 2004 in Venezuela, some controversy was raised about the use of electronic voting (SAES voting machines) in that country. Studies following the 2004 Venezuela recall elections found that Smartmatic's network was "bi-directional" with data being able to be transferred both ways between Smartmatic devices and the telecommunications company CANTV, with alleged irregularities found between the Smartmatic and Venezuela's National Electoral Council election results.[9][124] Other independent election monitors claimed fraud and submitted appeals, and statistical evaluations including a peer-reviewed article in 2006[125] and a special section of 6-peer-reviewed article in 2011[126] concluded that it was likely that electronic election fraud had been committed. The analysis of communication patterns allowed for the hypothesis that the data in the machines could have been changed remotely, while another of the articles suggested that the outcome could have been altered from about 60% against the sitting president, to 58% for the sitting president.

    Representatives from international election observation agencies attested that the election conducted using SAES was at that time fair, accurate and compliant with the accepted timing and reliability criteria. These agencies included the Carter Center,[127] the Organization of American States (OAS),[128] and the European Union (EU).[129][130][131][132][133] Jennifer McCoy, Carter Center Director for the Americas, stated that several audits validated the accuracy of the machines. “We found a variation of only 0.1% between the paper receipts and the electronic results. This could be explained by voters putting the slips in the wrong ballot box”.[134][135]

    Dr. Tulio Alvarez, who had performed an independent observation of the election which detailed the networks between CNE and Smartmatic, described the Carter Center's findings as "insufficient, superficial and irresponsible".[136]


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smartmatic#Alleged_affiliations_with_government

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    1. Carter Center never saw an election where the Socialist/Dictator won that they didn't like.

      I remember the Carter Admin. A dry run for Obama's nation destruction.
      Tom S.

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  17. Mark, I mentioned the possibility that the server was at a CIA facility in Germany on Sat night after I read a link sent to me by a friend. At the time, I was skeptical, but here is the link:https://yournews.com/2020/11/14/1925250/bombshell-the-2020-election-took-place-under-a-trump-declared-national/

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  18. The foreign angle I feel is making us look ridiculous--almost like Russia truthers.

    As I said in 2016, why the foreign interference narrative trips every common sense alarm on very simple Occam's Razor grounds. The GOP & Democratic Party have more than sufficient means, motive, and opportunity to spread misinformation and false advertising, engage in dirty tricks, and otherwise try to rig an election without us needing to posit the existence of a foreign conspirator.

    Indeed the "Russians" that my Clinton supporting friends I don't talk to anymore insisted Mueller would find turned out to be randos barely fluent in English that Mueller couldn't tie to the Russian government without getting himself a criminal contempt charge, let alone the Trump campaign.

    We are falling into the same trap, and it is distracting us from the overwhelmingly documented evidence of cyberfraud related to vote tabulation.

    Why would it be necessary for hackers who are aware of Dominion voting machines vulnerabilities documented amongst others by the State of Texas and MIT computer scientists to attempt to hijack the vote count from servers in Europe? Or for that matter servers anywhere at all? Sounds like thumb drives or wifi networks could have handled this task.

    So why are we getting sidelined? Theory--because it's attention grabbing, and foreign interference somehow sounds more nefarious to a lot of Americans than run of the mill American made voter fraud? Vengeance for Russiagate?

    With respect, we need to keep our shot groups tight on this one.

    P.S. Mike Sylwester, I have no idea what happened in Salisbury. I can only say that 3 people exposed to Novichuk would not be alive today, let alone alive with no permanent neurological damage. Skripal doesn't seem to have ever met Danchenko or any of his "sources," ie drinking buddies and slam pieces, however. Best theory I've seen is that Julia was homesick and that Russian authorities were open to giving her a visa. Fake a murder attempt on her to avoid an embarrassing redefection, use the occasion to cause a Russian outrage around the time Nunes is figuring out what the CIA and Mi6 did in 2016... Win, win, win...

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    1. I too am skeptical but will keep an open mind. The CIA keeping dirty mat'l on a server OUTCONUS makes sense for the same reason that terrorists are locked up in Gitmo, legal technicalities. That they would actively subvert a U.S. election themselves would not surprise me in the least; nor would I be surprised if they used servers in Germany as the originating site of all the electoral cyber interference they have engaged in over the last twenty years. Once again, legally/technically advantageous.

      I await developments, as they say.
      Tom S.

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  19. What is Pompeo's role in all this?

    He recommended Haspel in the first place, he is former CIA himself, State Department on his watch is swamp incarnate.

    On the flip side, he throws us a bone by mentioning transition to 2nd Trump term.

    IMO, Sundance may be right - perhaps Pompeo was the Deep State's 'handler' of Trump all along.

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    1. Pompeo, who graduated first in his West Point Class, was an Army officer. He was a member of the Tea Party. He was Representative from Kansas for three terms. During that time I saw him handle himself in contentious House hearings in a way that we would agree with. He was in the CIA for only a little more than a year.

      Haspel has been in the CIA since 1985. Did Pompeo recommend her or did she move up to Acting Director because she had been there for so long, including holding senior management positions in which at times she was controversial due to her perceived connection with torture.

      Haspel would be more apt to have a strong connection to Brennan than to Pompeo, IMO. Maybe that’s her problem.

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  20. Having served in Europe, this is total BS. The US military raiding a CIA site is preposterous. It’s illegal, the Status of Forces Agreement with Germany specifically prohibits the US Military from police operations in Germany, hell, US law prohibits that. And if you think the German government, an ally of Obama, who hate Trump with a passion, is going to do something that interferes with their buddies getting rid of Trump, you are smoking something. The guys who wrote this article are blowing that something up our collective rears.

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    1. OK, so apparently in the Old Army literacy wasn't a requirement.

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    2. For starters, the SFA would have no bearing on US law enforcement actions on US bases. So it's not "police operations in Germany". I get what you're referring to based on the initial reporting regarding the Army allegedly raiding a private company in Frankfurt, but it was seemingly wrong. Surely you're not under the impression CIA is some sort of foreign entity not subject to US laws. I realize they act like it, but they're not.

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    3. Beat me to it possible watery spook, ha!

      From a former Electronics Technician 2nd Class with Commander of 7th Fleet.

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  21. The problem I have with Sydney Powell is, "How's that Flynn case going?"

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    1. Brilliant. As if Sydney Powell controls that.

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    2. Yeah. She really screwed up when she chose a deep-state operative for a judge. I mean, what was she thinking?!?

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    3. Anonymous, you should really redirect any questions about the lack of appropriate dispatch in the Flynn manner to the wanna be Postmaster General rather than Sidney.

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    4. @Michael Are Sullivan's duties as Postmaster General done now that the election is over? Or are his skills still needed for the GA election? Possibly he could get around to that appropriate dispatch between now and then, but I'm not counting on it.

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    5. It would be nice to know which Anonymous is talking. How about including some initials or something to set yourself apart from all the others.

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    6. Postmaster Emmet Sullivan will not have time to comply with the DC Circuit order in the Flynn case just yet. He must first assist thousands of California residents to expedite change of address forms so they can temporarily relocate to Georgia to commit voter fraud. He expects to be able to return to the Flynn matter sometime in the latter part of January.

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  22. From the Letting the Inmates Run the Asylum department:

    Dominion Part of Council That Disputed Election Integrity Concerns in DHS Statement

    After allegations emerged that called into questioned the integrity of voting machines produced by Dominion Voting Systems, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)—part of the Department of Homeland Security—issued a statement on Nov. 12 disputing the allegations, saying “the November 3rd election was the most secure in American history.”

    What the agency failed to disclose, however, is that Dominion Voting Systems is a member of CISA’s Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council, one of two entities that authored the statement put out by CISA.

    In addition, Smartmatic, a separate voting machine company that has been the subject of additional concerns, is also a member.

    The agency did not immediately respond to a request for comment on whether Dominion and Smartmatic had input or were otherwise involved in CISA’s Nov. 12 statement.

    The joint statement on the integrity of the Nov. 3 election was issued by the Executive Committee of the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council (GCC), an Executive Committee representing a coalition of certain state & local government officials and government agencies, and the Election Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Council (SCC), a coalition primarily composed of voting system manufacturers that also includes Democracy Works, an organization which promotes the use of technology to increase voter participation


    More here, including a list of the members of the SCC (screenshot).

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/dominion-part-of-council-that-disputed-election-integrity-concerns-in-dhs-statement_3581659.html?utm_source=news&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2020-11-16-5

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    1. Included in that group that was involved in attesting to the integrity of the November 3 election was something called Democracy Works. I looked it up.

      Democracy Works is a nonprofit corporation that promotes the use of technology to increase voter participation. The group also provides information on candidates, voting precinct locations, and means of transportation for voters who need it. The main component to Democracy Works is a project called TurboVote, which was launched in 2012. [1] [2] The groups major donors are prominent left-of-center private foundations, such as the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Democracy Fund, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. [3]

      Democracy Works is a member of Bridge Alliance, a left-leaning social welfare coalition that supports numerous left-of-center election reform policies and is partnered with the left-of-center PAC Unite America.


      https://www.influencewatch.org/non-profit/democracy-works/

      Just what you want minding the store...

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    2. Lol...that's so deep state. Dominion authenticates its own BS.

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  23. "Executive Committee of the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council"

    Not to be a stick in the mud but I liked the old days better, when they just called themselves the Central Committee of the Patriotic Vote Soviet. It has a slightly more poetic quality as it rolls off the tongue, and they still have a lot of old, hand printed in the camps, Vote for Joe posters laying around, though they're no doubt sad that there'll never be another Papa. On the other hand we can all look forward to Ma Kamala. Isn't gulag Russian for "with love, from the muthaland"?
    Tom S.

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  24. Could this be one of the reasons that they want us in lock down right now?????

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  25. If the CIA has used his software to change elections in other countries, there is every reason to believe the would use it in an attempt to change the Presidential election in the U.S.

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  26. I tried to search for a German newspaper with English translation. I’m not seeing any story related to a US Army rate.

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  27. I think this may be another trickle of the pieces as to why we are seeing so much emphasis on foreign power interference.

    Smartmatic CEO
    https://mobile.twitter.com/TracyLConnors/status/1328699431617781762

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  28. I remember in late 80's Gorbachev went
    out of capital of then USSR for a short
    vacation and hardline communists who
    hated him for his reforming that evil
    Empire managed to remove him from power
    but only temporary.
    Long story short,being born there and
    witnessing it my advice to Trump now is
    to never leave the capital until this is sorted out.

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