Background: In part one of this assessment, I wrote, “If the defiled-bed narrative in the Steele dossier is, indeed, a […]
Standing on the shoulders of this methodical evidence, it seems at this point that no amount of contrary evidence, exposure or implosion will ultimately kill the undead Russiagate monstrosity. If that were possible, the Thing would have been put irrevocably into the ground over a year ago. And six months ago, and a few weeks ago.
Disobedient Media previously reported our conversation with UK political analyst Chris Blackburn, whose research raises serious questions regarding the media’s portrayal of the Maltese ‘scholar,’ as a central pillar of the Trump-Russia collusion scandal. This article continues the conversation between this writer and Blackburn, focusing specifically on the media response and lack thereof to the information presented by Chris in our previous report.
Reports casting Mifsud as a Russian intelligence asset do not object to the concept that Mifsud worked as a spy. Their claim simply depicts him as working for the wrong master, and in so-doing, rests the beating heart of the Trump-Russia-collusion scandal on a single inaccurate premise.
Can we trust the judgement of think-tanks who have labeled Twitter users as part of a ‘Russian influence campaign’ as sound when those same entities provide little evidence, and their high-level members include former Clinton supporters?
Over the course of the last year, the ‘Russian hacking’ narrative has steadily deteriorated into accusations of nebulous Russian “collusion,” before changing into claims of nefarious ‘Russian trolling.’ By the end of the year, the investigation into Russian meddling had devolved into an outright retaliatory witch-hunt, and the subversion of Democracy shown by the DNC had gone largely unaddressed.
California Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher has released a statement on Thursday calling for hearings regarding possible collusion between the Clinton Foundation and Russia. Rohrabacher had sent a letter to House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce on Wednesday.