FBI Refutes CIA’s Fuzzy Claims of Russian Influence on Presidential Election

What should be frightening to everyone is that rogue elements in the United States government clearly wish to see Donald Trump removed from the presidency before he ever takes the Oval Office.

At least with JFK, they had the decency to wait a while before removing him.

The good news for us is that the politicized institutions of government are not all on the same page. I infer there are some in government still devoted to the idea of a Constitutional Republic rather than a globalist empire.

#noworldwar3. I don’t know if that’s a Twitter hashtag, but if not it should be.


Since election day, Democrats have engaged in a panicked attempt to leverage their last couple of weeks in control of the executive branch to delegitimize the Trump presidency. Obama has even gone so far as to order a “full report” on Russian tampering in the 2016 election cycle to be completed before he leaves office (see “A “Soft Coup” Attempt: Furious Trump Slams “Secret” CIA Report Russia Helped Him Win”). Of course, we should simply ignore the fact that a true investigation of such allegations would take much longer than the one month that Obama has left in office because any delay could run the risk of a bipartisan/independent review and that’s just not how the Obama administration plays the game.

But at least one investigative agency, the FBI, isn’t buying the “fuzzy and ambiguous” assertions from the CIA that Russia “quite” clearly meddled in the U.S. elections on behalf of the Trump campaign. Meanwhile, the FBI’s unwillingness to play along is infuriating Democrats. Per the BizPac Review:

The FBI did not corroborate the CIA’s claim that Russia had a hand in the election of President-elect Donald Trump in a meeting with lawmakers last week.

A senior FBI counterintelligence official met with Republican and Democrat members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in order to give the bureau’s view of a recent CIA report. The official did not concur with the CIA, frustrating Democrats.

The CIA believes Russia “quite” clearly intended to send Trump to the White House. The claim is a bold one and concerned Democrats and some Republicans who are worried about Trump’s desire to mend relations with an increasingly aggressive Russia. The CIA report was “direct, bold and unqualified,” one of the officials at the meeting told The Washington Post Saturday.

The FBI official was much less convinced of the claims, providing “fuzzy” and “ambiguous” remarks.

Meanwhile, the Washington Post also points out that the whole disagreement likely comes down to “cultural” differences between the FBI and CIA. Apparently the FBI “wants facts and tangible evidence to prove something” while the CIA is “more comfortable drawing inferences.”

Well, that certainly seems reasonable…who needs “facts and tangible evidence” when the CIA can just “draw inferences”…they’re supposedly really smart so we should probably just believe them.

Muh Russians is a psy op intended to either disempower Donald Trump or set him up for impeachment and/or assassination.

These are dangerous times. Be alert to how these psy ops play out. Things just keep getting uglier and uglier and whether it all leads to World War 3 no one can say.

One thought on “FBI Refutes CIA’s Fuzzy Claims of Russian Influence on Presidential Election

  1. “CIA is “more comfortable drawing inferences,”
    Are they the same guys that inferred that Saddam jad WMDs, leading to trillions of dollars borrowed at interest from the Fed, the interest payable forever, going up in smoke, and in to many crooks pockets?
    Does inference mean the same thing as lying?
    E.f. I find some deer sized brown poo in the forest. From this, I infer that Unicorns exist and they are colored with all the colors of the rainbow. They are all Gay and Lezzo but somehow new Unicorns are born.

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