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  1. #1 How Did Russiagate Begin? 
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    How Did Russiagate Begin?

    It cannot be emphasized too often: Russiagate—allegations that the American president has been compromised by the Kremlin, which may even have helped to put him in the White House—is the worst and (considering the lack of actual evidence) most fraudulent political scandal in American history. ...

    Rational (if politically innocent) observers may have thought that when the Mueller report found no “collusion” or other conspiracy between Trump and Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin, only possible “obstruction” by Trump—nothing Mueller said in his May 29 press statement altered that conclusion—Russiagate would fade away. If so, they were badly mistaken. Evidently infuriated that Mueller did not liberate the White House from Trump, Russiagate promoters—liberal Democrats and progressives foremost among them—have only redoubled their unverified collusion allegations, even in once-respectable media outlets. Whether out of political ambition or impassioned faith, the damage wrought by these Russiagaters continues to mount, with no end in sight.

    One way to end Russiagate might be to discover how it actually began. Considering what we have learned, or been told, since the allegations became public nearly three years ago, in mid-2016, there seem to be at least three hypothetical possibilities:
    3. The third possible explanation—one I have termed “Intelgate,” and that I explore in my recent book War With Russia?: From Putin & Ukraine to Trump & Russiagate—is that US intelligence agencies undertook an operation to damage, if not destroy, first the candidacy and then the presidency of Donald Trump. More evidence of “Intelgate” has since appeared. For example, the intelligence community has said it began its investigation in April 2016 because of a few innocuous remarks by a young, lowly Trump foreign-policy adviser, George Papadopoulos. The relatively obscure Papadopoulos suddenly found himself befriended by apparently influential people he had not previously known, among them Stefan Halper, Joseph Mifsud, Alexander Downer, and a woman calling herself Azra Turk. What we now know—and what Papadopoulos did not know at the time—is that all of them had ties to US and/or UK and Western European intelligence agencies.

    US Attorney General William Barr now proposes to investigate the origins of Russiagate. He has appointed yet another special prosecutor, John Durham, to do so, but the power to decide the range and focus of the investigation will remain with Barr. The important news is Barr’s expressed intention to investigate the role of other US intelligence agencies, not just the FBI, which obviously means the CIA when it was headed by John Brennan and Brennan’s partner at the time, James Clapper, then director of national intelligence. ...
    "The Nation" is pretty far from being a right-wing source, so this is pretty much a confirmed sighting of porcine aviators.
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    You know how it started.

    Hillary and her staff were IRATE… seething with rage and crowd-size envy...

    when TRUMP taunted Putin to find her emails.

    You know that's when they concocted the creepy plot... right after. AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!

    The key is urine, of course. It had to be urine. Anything else wouldn't resonate the correct tenor of believability. Remember, it had to be continually repeated on tv and in newspapers. So Hillary had to go with urine.

    And Trump couldn't be the one urinating. It had to be whores. The concept of Trump doing the pissing wouldn't resonate with believability over long lengths of time either. But they couldn't use the slang: 'whore'. It's always been 'prostitutes'. Prostitutes did the pissing. -So they can continually not say 'whore' on tv and in newspapers.

    Men don't think like that, when it comes to 'getting back' at some man that 'wronged' them. Women do.

    Specifically, Hillary. A raging woman. Thus the plan was ponderously top-heavy... overwrought.

    I think that sums-up the gist of how Russiagate began.
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