This post is a response to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence’s – Report on Russian Active Measures, issued on March 22, 2018 (released to the public on April 27) – the so called Nunes Final Report. The report may be confusing to some, so the Anonymous Patriots decided to elucidate and clarify the findings of the report. It is hard to tell what you are reading without accurate backstory.
First, we salute the congressional aides who worked tirelessly to read through the thousands of pages made available to the House Permanent Selection Committee on Intelligence. They have did a great job writing the Nunes Memo and this new report, Nunes Final Report, which is the completed product of their efforts. Other investigations of the committee continue to develop, but this final report is important to get out to the public before election season gets in to full gear.
Devin Nunes has been under fire from the Democrats and the main stream media over his committee’s investigative activities to follow through on his personal discovery that the Obama White House unmasked people in the Trump campaign during and after the election. This discovery and its release to the press caused the committee to question his ethics and even remove him as the chairman for a while.
Eventually, after significant revelations in the first Nunes Memo, Nunes resumed the leadership of the committee. When the impact of the Nunes Memo had settled on the American people, Adam Schiff attempted, but failed miserably, to write a counter response to the Nunes Memo. It was completely rejected due to having to be completely redacted. The Nunes Final Report is another exoneration of Trump in the “Trump/Russian Collusion” witch hunt.
Often, congressional investigations are election-year virtue-signaling that is staged to discredit the “other” side with some wrongdoings or to simply grandstand for political favor before the press. For example, Goodlatte’s committee called for an investigation of Christopher Steele, the foreign agent who worked with Russians to create the fake Russian Dossier. What was Jeff Session’s response? Crickets.
Or, what about the congressional demand for Department of Justice investigations into “leaks”? There are currently 27 investigations into leaks that have been handed over to Inspector General Michael Horowitz and only Andrew McCabe has been recommend for possible indictment. What was Jeff Session’s response? Crickets.
Or, what about the unmasking that Susan Rice was caught doing in the White House SCIF? What about the huge number of unmaskings that Samantha Power did when she worked at the United Nations under Obama? What was Jeff Session’s response? Crickets.
Congress demands the 55,000 Peter Strzok/Lisa Page text messages. First, they all “come up missing” and then they are found again but only 232 of them are released, and then only after they are scrubbed of all “personal references, SES members, attachments, and any texts that may not address governmental business.” What was Jeff Sessions response? Appoint more people to help release documents for congressional oversight. Essentially: Crickets
Good ole “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil” Mr. Magoo (Sessions) truly has NO plan, and obviously NO clue – or, he is as corrupt as Rosenstein, Mueller, Comey and the gang.
Devin Nunes’ Final Report exonerates Trump from any Russian collusion. Even Rod Rosenstein recently announced publicly that the Mueller investigation has found NO Trump/Russian collusion. Then why does Mueller continue his investigation seeing that the fake “criminal intent” or “crime” has not been found and no evidence or witness indicates any collusion, conspiracy, or corruption?
This is the same question you will arrive at after reading this Nunes Final Report. Why was there ever an investigation into Trump and Russia? Especially, after a very expensive report was already concluded in January of 2017 that exonerated Trump and his team from any wrong doing concerning Russia, the election, the DNC server, or any of the other “Comey Created Crimes” that were used to attempt to frame Trump with any kind of crime that could be manufactured.
The Intelligence Community Assessment: Assessing Russian Activities and Intentions in Recent US Elections, January 6, 2017 is the basis for much of the intelligence provided to the House Intelligence Committee and, therefore, had to be part of the final report, even though those highly partisan and political findings were controversial and clearly not substantiated with evidence of any kind. You will find those lies woven throughout this report because the report is quoting the prior “fake” investigation which had no evidence to make incorrect judgments about the “election meddling.”
This is obvious because the evidence that has come out since this report abnegates most of the findings of the January 2017 Intelligence Community’s report. This is very confusing and is one of the reason we would like to go over each of the Nunes Final Report findings to clarify and elucidate what the reality truly is.
Reality Checks of the Findings
Finding #1: The Kremlin exploits free or independent media spaces and open democracies to conduct active measures in Europe.
Reality: The U. S. Department of Defense does the same thing throughout the entire world through the direction of the Board of Broadcasting Governors.
Finding #2: Russia supports fringe political parties and non-governmental organizations in Europe to further the Kremlin’s agenda while also disparaging or discrediting politicians and groups seen as hostile to Moscow.
Reality: The CIA conducted active measures against Putin in the recent presidential elections in Russia as reported by many news agencies and many Russian Orthodox clergy. US sanctions imposed by Obama against Russia were intended to harm Putin during the election.
Finding #3: Russia conducts increasingly aggressive cyber operations against European governments; a tactic that will continue to present a profound threat.
Reality: These were based upon the false reports in France and throughout Europe.
Finding #4: Russia targets disaffected European populations and exploits social, political, and racial divisions in an effort to sow discord, encourage unrest, and incite protests.
Reality: Europe is being invaded by radical Islamic terrorists and Russia has nothing to do with the unrest.
Finding #5: Russia leverages business and economic ties in Europe to achieve the Kremlin’s goals, message displeasure, or inflict punishment.
Reality: These false allegations were used during recent elections in numerous European countries to bolster support for far-left candidates.
Finding #6: European governments and media outlets are conducting a variety of activities to combat Russian influence campaigns.
Reality: Freedom of speech is being killed in Europe even faster than in America.
Finding #7: Russia conducted cyber-attacks on U.S. political institutions in 2015-2016.
Reality: There are constant cyber-attacks from Russia, China, Pakistan, Iran, and many other countries. It is next to impossible to know who the attack was from due to the ability to leave the “footprints” of anyone you want. The Vault 7 Wikileaks demonstrated that fact.
Finding #8: Russian-state actors and third-party intermediaries were responsible for the dissemination of documents and communications stolen from U.S. political organizations.
Reality: This is nonsense, Dmitri Alperovitch left Russian footprints of the DNC server and there was no “hacking” of the DNC by Russia, it was a breach from the inside of the DNC as evidenced by Podesta’s emails stating this fact. Comey tried to blame it on Alexey Gubarev, Guccifer 2.0, Kim.com, and numerous others without any evidence whatsoever.
Finding #9: The Russian government used RT to advance its malign influence campaign during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Reality: The January 2017 U. S. Intelligence Community report harped on old intelligence reports on election influence that was dressed up in new clothes that attributed the news agency Russia Today (RT) with having a great influence on the U. S. presidential election. This is nonsense. Few people watch RT and it had little effect upon the American electorate even though the expensive intelligence report had lots of color charts and diagrams alleging RT got Trump elected and Hillary hated.
Finding #10: Russian intelligence leveraged social media in an attempt to sow social discord and to undermine the U.S. electoral process.
Reality: The pathetic attempt of Mueller to take a New York Times article that was three years old and concoct a story about the Putin sponsored Internet Research Agency that trolled and rigged the U. S. presidential election was completely incorrect. Also, there was no evidence presented in Mueller’s indictment of these 13 Russians who he cannot prosecute. They allegedly spent $100,000 on Facebook ads to win the election for Trump. The allegedly “powerful ads” that spread this discord during the election are laughable and were ran primarily after the election was over and could have had zero effect on the election.
Finding #11: The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s notification to numerous Russian hacking victims was largely inadequate.
Reality: This must be a lie because the extensive prior investigation of January 2017 found no such “hacking victims.” Mueller imaginative Russian trolls supposedly had contact with Americans but no one was informed. That’s because Mueller’s lies don’t hold water.
Finding #12: Communication between the Department of Homeland Security and state election officials was impeded by state officials’ mistrust of federal government overreach coupled with a unprecedented level of Russian cyber intrusions.
Reality: There was little or no Russian cyber intrusion; this has been proven and publicly stated repeatedly by multiple U. S. federal agencies. The lies about Russians hacking voting poles is nonsense according to Homeland Security who was ultimately responsible for the election. Even Obama, Mueller, Comey, Clapper and others all say that Russian’s did not “change a single vote.”
Finding #13: The joint Office of the Director of National Intelligence and Department of Homeland Security public statement attributing election interference to Russia was ineffective.
Reality: That is because there were multiple reports that did not agree with one another.
Finding #14: The Executive Branch’s post-election response was insufficient.
Reality: Obama said the Russian’s meddled, then he said they did not meddle – which story do you want to believe? Obama meddled in the election a great deal through Google, Facebook, and the U. S. Digital Service.
Finding #15: The majority of the Intelligence Community Assessment judgments on Russia’s election activities employed proper analytic tradecraft.
Reality: If you look at the ICA report, the evidence and analysis is weak at best and simply covered up the Hillary/Podesta crimes during the election while pointing at RT – a news agency no one knows exists. The Democratic primary rigging, campaign finance fraud, and paying for the Russian Dossier are all swept under the rug by the corrupt Department of Justice (Magoo-land), FBI, CIA, and the rest of the “17 Intelligence Agencies” that were part of the deceit.
Finding #16: The Intelligence Community Assessment judgments on Putin’s strategic intentions did not employ proper analytic tradecraft.
Reality: The report failed miserably, I we said above.
Finding #17: The Federal Bureau of Investigation opened an enterprise counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign after receiving information related to Trump.
Reality: This is when John Brennan lied about the George Papadopoulos counter-intelligence investigation and pushed the “framing” up to the FBI counter-intelligence department under Bill Preistap, Peter Strzok, Andrew McCabe and the Comey gang.
Finding #18: As part of the enterprise counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign, the Federal Bureau of Investigation opened an individual counterintelligence investigation into Carter Page.
Reality: This is the fake FISA 702 (Title 1) warrant gained with the fake Russian Dossier signed off by the following people who lied and committed multiple felonies: Comey, Rosenstein, Boente, McCabe, Yates, and perhaps others.
Finding #19: The dossier compiled by Christopher Steele formed an essential part of an application to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to obtain electronic surveillance on Carter Page.
Reality: This Dossier was added to by Russians, Brits, FBI, DNC, CIA, NSA, and was completely fake and was used to frame Trump the candidate and impeach Trump the president. Most of the people named in the Dossier are currently suing Christopher Steele. Using foreign agents to meddle in an election is a felony.
Finding #20: Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicted Paul Manafort on several charges, none of which relate to allegations of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
Reality: Manafort was under four investigations by the FBI, CIA, Treasury Department and the ODNI before he ever joined the Trump Team and it was the obligation of those agencies to inform Trump which they did not do for a considerable amount of time. When Trump was informed about Manafort being investigated, he fired him. Same with General Michael Flynn.
Finding #22: General Flynn pleaded guilty to making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding his December 2016 conversations with Ambassador Kislyak, even though the Federal Bureau of Investigation agents did not detect any deception during Flynn’s interview.
Reality: This is the standard trick of a Grand Jury. Record someone who is not aware of the recording and then use it to trick them into a false statement. Standard operating procedure for criminal lawyers.
Finding #23: Executive Branch officials did not notify the Trump campaign that members of the campaign were assessed to be potential counterintelligence concerns.
Reality: This is true about Carter Page, George P., Michael Cohen, Manafort and others. No agency informed him that he was being illegally surveilled or falsely investigated by the FBI Counterintelligence Department, NSA, CIA, and the other 17 intelligence agencies.
Finding #24: The February 2018 indictment of the Internet Research Agency and Russian nationals exposes Russian actors and their intent to spread distrust towards the candidates and the political system in general.
Reality: Mueller’s indictments were completely fake and shows the desperation of Mueller to find anything Russian – especially since he will never have to convict them.
Finding #25: When asked directly, none of the interviewed witnesses provided evidence of collusion, coordination, or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
Reality: Trump is again exonerated of any Russian collusion. Duh…
Finding #26: The Committee found no evidence that President Trump’s pre-campaign business dealings formed the basis for collusion during the campaign.
Reality: The FBI had already done a thorough background check on any Trump connections to Russian and found none.
Finding #27: The Republican national security establishment’s opposition to candidate Trump created opportunities for two less-experienced individuals with pro-Russia views to serve as campaign advisors: George Papadopoulos and Carter Page.
Reality: George and Carter actually never served the Trump Team at all. Carter Page had a restraining order put on him to keep him away from the Trump Team. George was completely incidental and never spoke with Trump.
Finding #28: The change in the Republican Party platform regarding Ukraine resulted in a stronger position against Russia, not a weaker one, and there is no evidence that Paul Manafort was involved.
Reality: The Paul Manafort accusations concerning Ukraine are all false and have been demonstrated to be opposition propaganda created by Alexandra Chalupa, a member of the Democratic National Committee. Trump has been much harder on Putin than Obama or Hillary ever were.
Finding #29: There is no evidence that Trump associates were involved in the theft or publication of Clinton campaign-related emails, although Trump associates had numerous ill-advised contacts with Wikileaks.
Reality: Trump had nothing to do with the DNC server and the lies created around it that were meant to be the cover story for Hillary’s Uranium One pay-off deals that were found to be her weakest point in the election. Thus, the Trump/Russian story was born in the DNC as a distraction from Hillary’s crimes that might lose her the election. Hillary accused Trump of her crimes.
Finding #30: Carter Page did not travel to Moscow in July 2016 on behalf of the Trump campaign, but the Committee is concerned about his seemingly incomplete accounts of his activity in Moscow.
Reality: Carter Page was a FBI asset of Mueller and Comey (well-known from court proceedings) and was sent to Russia to strengthen Comey’s Russian Dossier story. Page was supposed to be the go-between for billions in Russian funds coming to Trump.
Finding #31: George Papadopoulos’ attempts to leverage his Russian contacts to facilitate meetings between the Trump campaign and Russians was unsuccessful.
Reality: George had no Russian connections, just the lies of Hillary’s good friend Alexander Downer. George’s investigation started in July of 2016, but George was not picked up for questioning until July of 2017. He was surveilled the entire time and so was the Trump Team under false pretenses.
Finding #32: Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort attended a June 9, 2016, meeting at Trump Tower where they expected to receive-but did not ultimately obtain-derogatory information on candidate Clinton from Russian sources.
Reality: This meeting with a known spy was arranged by the State Department that granted a special visa for this Russian agent to enter the country. Manafort was already being surveilled and Felix Sater was the Russian who arranged the entire meeting. Sater is another Comey FBI asset who helped arrange many of Comey’s attempts at framing Trump.
Finding #33: Donald Trump Jr. briefly met with a Russian government official at the 2016 National Rifle Association annual meeting, but the Committee found no evidence that the two discussed the U.S. presidential election.
Reality: Nothing burger. Sad attempts at smearing.
Finding #34: The Committee found no evidence that meetings between Trump associates-including Jeff Sessions-and official representatives of the Russian government including Ambassador Kislyak-reflected collusion, coordination, or conspiracy with the Russian government.
Reality: Session never needed to recuse himself from the Russian nonsense and he knew it. Sessions is “in on” the Uranium One deal though, and this is his “Russian Collusion.”
Finding #35: Possible Russian efforts to set up a back channel with Trump associates after the election suggest the absence of collusion during the campaign, since the communication associated with collusion would have rendered such a “back channel” unnecessary.
Reality: This was one of the saddest attempts at “creating a Trump crime.”
Finding #36: Prior to conducting opposition research targeting candidate Trump’s business dealings, Fusion GPS conducted research benefitting Russian interests.
Reality: When we see Fusion GPS’s records, we will see the list of criminals behind many of the biggest crimes in Washington D. C. and the world. Fusion propagandizes for criminals; that’s their job.
Finding #37; The law firm Perkins Coie hired Fusion GPS on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee to research candidate Trump’s Russia ties.
Reality: Finally, a Federal Elections Commission investigation into these gross crimes has begun. This is typical for a Clinton – hide behind a lawyer and attorney/client privilege – which doesn’t seem to exist for Trump and Cohen. This is clearly election meddling with a foreign country’s intervention.
Finding #38: Christopher Steele claims to have obtained his dossier information second and third-hand from purported high-placed Russian sources, such as government officials with links to the Kremlin and intelligence services.
Reality: If this is true, Russians, through Christopher Steele and the Democratic National Committee (Hillary and Podesta) interfered in the U. S. presidential election. This is a crime.
Finding #39; Christopher Steele’s information from Russian sources was provided directly to Fusion GPS and Perkins Coie and indirectly to the Clinton campaign.
Reality: The opposition research was also provided to the main stream media and spread throughout the world as if it were truth – instead of politically created lies.
Finding #40: Leaks of classified information regarding Russian intentions to sow discord in the U.S. presidential election began prior to the election day-November 8, 2016.
Reality: Where is Michael Horowitz who is investigating these leaks? Exactly who are these leakers? We know who they are but they haven’t been indicted yet.
Finding #41: Leaks of classified information alleging Russian intentions to help elect candidate Trump increased dramatically after the election day- November 8, 2016.
Reality: The election meddling and attempted framing of Trump with a “November Surprise” (Dossier, Trump Tower server, etc.) by the FBI and DoJ then turned into an attempt to impeach a sitting president.
Finding #42: The leaks prior to the classified Intelligence Community Assessment’s publication, particularly leaks occurring after the U.S. presidential election, correlate to specific language found in the Intelligence Community Assessment.
Reality: Yes, it was intelligence community members who continued to leak after the election in an attempt to discredit and impeach Trump. Clapper the “Lying Machine”, Corrupt Comey and his friend Daniel Richman (NYT institutionalized leaker-Special Government Employee-with a clearance), John Brennan, Sally Yates, Samantha Powers, Susan Rice, etc.
Finding #43: Continued leaks of classified information have damaged national security and potentially endangered lives.
Reality: Has anyone seen Jeff Sessions, Michael Horowitz and his new SES buddy John Huber, or anyone in the DoJ or FBI? Perhaps they are just busy stopping those leakers.
Finding #44: Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, now a CNN national security analyst, provided inconsistent testimony to the Committee about his contacts with the media, including CNN.
Reality: Clapper is a notorious liar who will go down in the annals of time as the biggest liar in the U. S. Intelligence Community’s history. Every word that Clapper says in public about his interactions with President Trump is a separate crime. Is anyone counting?
We hope that our scathing review and translation of the Nunes Final Report document is helpful in decoding the doublespeak of politicians. In general, the report is great news because it again backs up the fact that the witch hunt was concocted as a continuation of “Comey and the Gang’s” intent on stopping Donald Trump from becoming president, and later attempting to impeach or depose him through a coup d’etat — a good old-fashioned CIA/Soros color revolution that hopes to keep globalists, like Hillary, in key political positions that can continue the overthrow of the U. S. Constitution by transnational corporations who are intent on the complete raping and fleecing the American Republic.