In a story that is getting more surreal by the minute, a post on 4Chan now claims that the infamous "golden showers" scene in the unverified 35-page dossier, allegedly compiled by a British intelligence officer, was a hoax and fabricated by a member of the chatboard as "fanfiction", then sent to Rick Wilson, who proceeded to send it to the CIA, which then put it in their official classified intelligence report on the election. Here is 4Chan´s explanation of how the story came to light: >/pol/acks mailed fanfiction to anti-trump pundit Rick Wilson about trump making people p*** on a bed obama
Comments: Fake as it gets. It´s completely fallen apart now. Buzzfeed looks idiotic.
Is it even possible the CIA could be this inept? This is the gang responsible for intelligence that protects the entire country. We are in trouble.
It is not like they were conned by a sophisticated scheme pulled off by an ingenious foreign enemy. It is not like they passed on an unverifiable report on Joe the plumber. They failed to check on a baseless disgusting hit piece on the president the most powerful man on earth.
Our intelligence nissed the fall of the Soviet Union, found nonn existent WMDs in Iraq, missed NK nuclear run up, missed Iran´s nuke run up. Thet gatnled the Russia/Ukraine problem. Do any of you people find Clapper, and the others, competent? I don´t.
It is extremely interesting that Rick Wilson´s name came up. I do remember him being really active in destroying Trump. He supported the pathetic McMullin. The link below contains an interview where Wilson states the following:
"While Wilson says there’s almost “never a silver bullet in oppo,” he believes what’s coming out on Trump is as close as you get."
FTA: “There are a couple of things out there on Trump that I think would end the race and I don’t have access to all of them but I am one of these people that spends my life on the phone talking to people and talking to oppo guys and talking to researchers” he said. “And there are some things out there that I think would cause even his most passionate supporters to go, ‘Whoa, wait a minute.´”
It is absolutely stunning how people in your own party would behave so horrifically. I too believe McCain has dirty hands in this fiasco.
That our trusty CIA swallowed this load of BS lock stock and barrel means the head man should be dismissed immediately without pension. Many others to follow. This informs us of how trustworthy their intelligence is...a fitting exclamation point on Hussein´s Legacy.
This is an "epic troll" by the gamers at 4Chan (home of Pepe the Frog), and was discussed at length on their political boards in October, 2016. It was intended as a troll on Rick Wilson, the loudmouthed neverTrumper. The 4Channers scored bonus points in the game when Wilson swallowed the bait, and then turned the "report" over to an equally gullible Sen. John McCain, who in turn passed it on to the wizards in Obama´s CIA.
Makes Schumer and his intelligence pals and the lefties who hate Trump and McPain and Miss Lindsay and CNN all look like foolish little liars, doesn´t it?
Why do we tolerate so many liars in America now?
Is there no punishment for liars?
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Fiesta del sol, 1/12/2017 6:25:13 AM (No. 11105500)
Rick Wilson´s Trump hatred is something to behold. Now he´s out there denying he´s involved....even though he (effectively)served as McMullins campaign manager...McMullin is ex CIA. Just a coinky dink, I´m sure!
Since at least a year ago, Wilson has been referring to "The Thing" that will bring Trump down. Wilson has repeatedly pleaded for people to release details of "The Thing." One would hope this behavior would make him radioactive, but Steve Schmidt and Nicole Wallace still have gigs, so who knows?
While this entire incident is laughable, and even more so if the 4Chan account is accurate, what makes it quite tragic, is that it is no longer possible to dismiss the "fake news" angle to an intelligence report. And if the CIA is compromised, what is left for "news outlets" like CNN and BuzzFeed, which were all too eager to run with the story without any attempt at verification?
Well, Fight Club character Tyler, a couple things are left and not just for "news outlets" like Buzzfeed and CNN.
1. Michael Goodwin at the NY Post can keep his job performing Howie Kurtz acts of explaining the ridiculously obvious to us flyover morons, because there´s just no way we could figure it out by having read all your ZH stuff before it hit Drudge.
2. 4Chan´s, CNN´s and Buzzfeed´s credibility will go stratospheric to most members of Congress, college and Millennial snowflakes, and most of the MSM as well as the Marxists embedded in all US Intel services. We flyover, grits eating doofus heads will still be able to click over to ZH to find out Buzzfeed, 4Chan, CNN are actually still fake LONG before the NY Post´s Goodwins can phone in the obvious.
3. It will be a blast to watch Trump and company totally and completely eviscerate CNN, Buzzfeed, 4Chan, US Intel, the McQueegs in Congress, and the clueless press.
4. It will be fun to watch the never ending and now public for all to watch, Atomic Situps that CNN, 4Chan, Buzzfeed, the McQueegs in Congress and the clueless press will never fail to perform publicly from now on, each trying to out-do the other with bigger and nastier smelling brown glops on their collective noses.
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