The Russian hacker Hillary hallucination

The CIA and its friends would have us believe Russian plots, not voter disgust with the political and economic status quo, were behind Hillary Clinton’s loss.

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WASHINGTON, March 8, 2017 — Well, well, well. It looks like the CIA has some explaining to do.

WikiLeaks released a trove of CIA documents it calls “Vault 7” that provides interesting insights into the mainstream media narrative that Russians “hacked” the recent election, making Donald Trump President of the United States.

The aforementioned narrative is based on unnamed sources within the U.S. intelligence community, with said allegations remaining unproven.

The most interesting aspect of the CIA document dump concerns the agency’s Remote Devices Branch, UMBRAGE group, which WikiLeaks says:


“Collects and maintains a substantial library of [cyber] attack techniques ‘stolen’ from malware produced in other states including the Russian Federation… With UMBRAGE and related projects the CIA cannot only increase its total number of attack types but also misdirect attribution by leaving behind the ‘fingerprints’ of the groups that the attack techniques were stolen from (emphasis added).”

Apple iPhone.

Another notable revelation concerns the CIA’s ability to hack into every Apple iPhone, Android device, and smart Samsung TV, thus turning said ubiquitous technologies into listening devices.

There is little doubt a cabal within the CIA is unhappy with the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, as are the mainstream media.

This may explain why the Washington Post greeted Tuesday’s WikiLeaks document release with skepticism:

“U.S. officials [unnamed, of course] also allege WikiLeaks has ties to Russian intelligence agencies. The website posted thousands of emails stolen from Democratic Party computer networks during the 2016 presidential campaign, files that U.S. intelligence agencies concluded were obtained and turned over to WikiLeaks as part of a cyber campaign orchestrated by the Kremlin.”

The Post conveniently forgot to mention one of the revelations to come out of that “cyber campaign”: the Democratic National Committee rigged its primaries in favor of Hillary Clinton, which forced the resignation of DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on the opening day of the 2016 Democratic Party National Convention.

It was a bombshell you would expect from an investigative news team. Instead, it was brought to the attention of the American people thanks to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spies.

In other words, Russian cyber warriors helped break the continuity of the DNC, Hillary Clinton, CIA and mainstream media narrative – all of it lies.

“And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed – if all records told the same tale – then the lie passed into history and became truth. ‘Who controls the past’ ran the Party slogan, ‘controls the future; who controls the present controls the past.’”

So wrote George Orwell in his novel “1984.”

Today, the American dystopia has its own “Ministry of Truth.” And the Democratic Party, many Republicans and the bulk of the mainstream media takes what it says as gospel.

From 1953 to 1964, the CIA ran a covert domestic operation called MK-ULTRA. They tested narcotics, like LSD, on hundreds of unknowing Americans in an attempt to discover if drug-induced brainwashing was possible.

The CIA even recruited prostitutes to slip these drugs into the drinks of their patrons.

Talk of Justice Department FISA warrants filed against Trump associates last summer, coupled with the WikiLeaks revelations, suggest a covert campaign was waged by the outgoing Obama administration and its minions in the intelligence community against the unexpected presidential winner and quintessential political outsider.

The CIA and its friends would have us believe Russian plots, not voter disgust with the political and economic status quo, were behind Hillary Clinton’s loss.

That is likely a CIA drug-induced hallucination, brought on by something slipped into our drinks by the mainstream media’s painted ladies.

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