Bit of inside baseball for Russiagate researchers.

There's a guy called Rtskhiladze who is suing Mueller and DOJ for defamation. His case features the usual Mueller distortions. Also interesting that the FBI has failed to release his April 4, 2018 302.… Image
A key part of Rtskhiladze's case is that he was misquoted by Mueller. We know Mueller likes using selective quoting to misdirect. What's interesting about this case is that it's a misquote with no ellipsis.

There is a "some" between "of" and "tapes". Changes meaning altogether. Image
Another common Mueller tactic. Just call everyone a "Russian". Image
Something else I was reminded of reading the Rtskhiladze case. The Trump Tower project in Georgia was called off after Trump was elected. This is the exact opposite of one of the media's favorite tales, i.e. that Trump's business is profiting off of the presidency. Total garbage. Image

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13 Jan
This is McGoverns tweet from the day when he objected. Just a "protest vote", right.

Check out this guy's timeline. A treasure trove of tweets pushing Russiagate conspiracy theories. Image
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18 Dec 20
"Mr. Mueller’s investigation should have exposed FBI malfeasance. Instead, “the Mueller team seems to have been ready to blindly accept anything fed to it by the system,” Mr. Barr says, adding that this “is exactly what DOJ should not be.”"

Wrong. Mueller *is* the system.
"But even prior to naming Mr. Durham special counsel, Mr. Barr had come to the conclusion that he didn’t “see any sign of improper CIA activity” or “foreign government activity before July 2016,” he says. “The CIA stayed in its lane.”"

Interesting, especially the word *before*.
"Mr. Durham’s probe is now tightly focused on “the conduct of Crossfire Hurricane, the small group at the FBI that was most involved in that,” as well as “the activities of certain private actors.” (Mr. Barr doesn’t elaborate.)"

cc @OrbisBIOfficial
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15 Dec 20
The most appalling aspect of Dr Jill's thesis isn't even the dreadfully poor scholarship but the insight it gives into her thinking. The thesis is littered with statements like this, pigeonholing everyone and presupposing that because people look different, they cannot connect.
Developmental learners are low IQ. The college is unfortunately forced to admit them due to policy.

For all her virtue signaling, it seems like Dr Jill has some pretty strong prejudices.
Dr Jill has obviously not been out of her basement much.
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14 Dec 20
About those "long-established standards for handling classified information", here's the Christopher Steele interview, all 26 pages of it.
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8 Dec 20
The latest Ukraine document drop is really something (h/t @15poundstogo).

For starters, Ciaramella ("Yikes") and Ambassador Pyatt ("Buckle in") were astonished that the media got wind of Biden's scheme to extort the Ukrainian president.…
Someone forwarded a news article on how the Biden family were scamming the Ukraine to Ambassador Pyatt. His reaction? Blame the Russian news outlet.

PS how is it possible that Pyatt is still a **current** United States Ambassador?
Here's Pyatt spreading the lie that the Ukrainian Prosecutor (who at the time was not Shokin anyway) was responsible for thwarting Burisma case in the UK.

@ClimateAudit has written extensively on this. It was the UK authorities who dropped the ball, nothing to do with Ukraine.
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3 Dec 20
Here's something interesting. The latest State Department FOIA dump includes some highly redacted stuff from Steele's 2014 Ukraine dossier. Looks like his usual anti-Russia stuff. Interestingly, he was sharing it with Winer at State "unilaterally". Who was paying him to do this?
Check out the subject line for one of Steele's Ukraine dossier reports. The guy is a one-trick pony.
Haha, even Victoria Nuland had doubts about Steele's "reporting".
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