Let’s Talk About The Piss

You don’t really want to talk about piss an neither do I. Unfortunately I believe our President does have a piss fetish. Not that that necessarily makes him a bad guy. No, most of the rest of his personality is what makes him a bad guy. The piss really wouldn’t be worth talking about,….except for the fact that it’s the most salacious part of the Steele dossier and the least likely part of it to be proven true. Of course the Republican clown three. Nunes, Jordan and Gaetz like to claim that it’s all been proven untrue. In fact NONE of it has been proven to be untrue. A great deal has actually been proven to be true. The committee to protect the president wants you to believe that which has yet to be corroborated has been thoroughly debunked.

The dossier is composed of a several short reports produced between June and December 2016 by Orbis Business Intelligence, a London-based commercial intelligence firm. The dossier was was just another in a long line of things that would have destroyed any other presidency when it was published online by BuzzFeed just 10 days before Donald Trump’s inauguration. the reports illustrate a picture of active collusion between the Kremlin and key Trump campaign officials based on years of Russian intelligence work against Trump and some of his associates. This corroborated general statements from U.S. intelligence officials about Russia’s efforts to undermine the 2016 election. The first report, which conveyed salacious claims about Trump hiring prostitutes in Moscow in 2013. Trump himself publicly refuted the story, while Trump associates denied reported details about their engagement with Russian officials. The most outrageous claim was that Trump asked for a hotel room that Barrack Obama had used and had the hookers piss on the mattress Obama slept upon. Obviously that claim would take a huge disclosure to be proved. Putin, if he has tapes, is not inclined to place his ace until he absolutely must. It is highly unlikely anyone with direct knowledge of the piss show is going to give that testimony up to Robert Mueller.

After you get past the piss, the dossier describes a multi-year effort by the Russians to cultivate, support, and become very helpful to Donald Trump. According to the reports, the Kremlin provided Trump with intelligence on his political primary opponents and access to potential business deals in Russia. More importantly, Russia offered to provide potentially compromising material on Hillary Clinton, including bugged conversations during her travels to Russia, and evidence of her of actions she had taken as Secretary of State that conflicted with her campaign rhetoric.

Other reports give additional detail about the conspiracy, including information about cyberattacks against the U.S. They allege that former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort managed the plot to exploit political information on Hillary Clinton in return for information on Russian oligarchs outside Russia, and an agreement to look the other way on the Ukraine as a campaign issue. Carter Page is also claimed to have shuttled information to Moscow, while Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, took over efforts after Manafort left the campaign, providing cash payments for Russian hackers. According to the report, Putin and his aides expressed concern over kickbacks of cash to Manafort from former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, which they feared might be discovered by U.S. authorities. The Kremlin also feared that the U.S. might stumble onto the conspiracy through the actions of a Russian diplomat in Washington, Mikhail Kalugin, and therefore had him withdrawn.

Around Halloween of 2016, the Orbis team reported that a Russian digital marketing firm had been “using botnets and porn traffic to transmit viruses, plant bugs, steal data and conduct ‘altering operations’ against the Democratic Party leadership.” Hackers recruited by the FSB under duress were involved in the operations. Cohen insisted that payments be made quickly and discreetly, and that cyber operators should go to ground and cover their tracks.

So how much of this is true? Well, Christopher Steele, the former MI-5 agent with an impeccable reputation that authored the dossier could not have known Trump would win. so we start by looking for evidence in behaviors as predicted. Is the information we have learned since June 2016 more less credible in hindsight? Were the people mentioned in the report verified to be real? Were their connections correct? Did any of the events reported happen as predicted? Yeah, a lot of it has.

Russia coordinated a massive effort to disrupt the 2016 election to help Donald Trump, as the U.S. intelligence community itself later concluded. That wasn’t known before Steele created the dossier Well before any public knowledge of these events, the dossier identified multiple elements of the Russian operation including a cyber campaign, leaked documents related to Hillary Clinton, and meetings with Paul Manafort and other Trump affiliates to reportedly discuss the receipt of stolen documents.Steele should not have known any of it but it turned out to be 100% accurate!

The New York Times published Donald Trump Jr.’s emails in July arranging for the receipt of information held by the Russians about Hillary Clinton in a meeting that included Manafort. The Steele dossier had the information that Russians were working actively to elect Donald Trump and damage Hillary Clinton in early 2016. How could Steele have known about the Russian talks with Don Jr, manafort, etc., involving derogatory information on Clinton?

We have also learned of Trump’s many dealings in Russia with Russians. A New York Times article in February 2017, reported that phone records and intercepted calls show that members of Trump’s campaign and other Trump associates had repeated contacts with senior Russian officials in the year before the election. The Times article was corroborated by several independent reports. Even Russian officials have acknowledged some of these and other repeated contacts. Trump has denied the connections but both he and Manafort have long-standing relationships with Russians, and pro-Putin groups. US intelligence agencies collected intercepted communications among suspected Russian operatives discussing their efforts to work with Manafort … to coordinate information that could damage Hillary Clinton’s election prospects” including “conversations with Manafort, encouraging help from the Russians.

We know that Carter Page traveled to Moscow in July 2016, and met with close Putin friend and chairman of the Russian state oil company, Igor Sechin. The dossier claimed that he met with parliamentary secretary Igor Divyekin while in Moscow. Investigative journalist Michael Isikoff reported in September 2016 that U.S. intelligence sources confirmed that Page met with both Sechin and Divyekin during his July trip to Russia. What’s more, the Justice Department obtained a wiretap in summer 2016 on Page after satisfying for a court that there was sufficient evidence to show Page was operating as a Russian agent.

While Steele had no way of knowing it, later reports citing U.S. officials claimed that Washington-based diplomat Mikhail Kalugin was an undercover intelligence officer and was pulled out of the Embassy and sent home in summer 2016.

I could go on and on detailing much more that the dossier got right and should not have been able to guess if the source Steele cited weren’t reliable. The point here is that virtually the only things that have been borne out are the things you would least expect the evidence to surface on short of a nuclear option for someone capable of delivering it….THE PISS!

the clown 3 of the GOP claim the dossier is “all garbage” in a desperate attempt the protect president “shithole” from the shit storm that is heading his way, but in the end Putin will never need to play the piss card because Trump will lose all his value to Russia after he’s impeached.

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